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Giving Thanks to Kick Ass Books of 2011 International Giveaway!

I did promise you a big giveaway, peeps, so here it is!

I'm incredibly grateful for all the mind blowing books I've read this year, and as 'tis the season I would like to share them with you.

Every book mentioned in this post (or any previous books in the series) will be up for grabs!

Here we go...

(links either redirect to my reviews or Goodreads descriptions)

The Informationist by Taylor Stevens

“The aloneness. The invisible walls. Always the outsider looking in. Different. Unusual. I despise their world and the superficiality of it all and yet still want to be a part of it. I wonder sometimes how much simpler a life of naïveté and unawareness would be. I have on occasion found people I could trust with who I really am, and when that happens, I walk away....

It’s safer that way-- for them, for me. It’s far easier to bear personal pain than the responsibility of someone else’s. I feel safe around people as tough as I am, but they don’t come along that often.”
 An absolutely incredible, brutal, explosive book. Although not UF, this thriller is a MUST READ for any fan of kick ass heroines.

 Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning

“The moment I laid eyes on you, I knew you were trouble."
"I wanted to drag you between the shelves, fuck you senseless, and send you home."
"If you'd done that, I never would have left."
"You're still here anyway."
"You don't have to sound so sour about it."
"You're upsetting my entire existence."
"Fine, I'll leave."
"Try and I'll chain you up.”
 How do you sum up the awesomeness that is Jericho and Mac? You can't. You have to catch the fever. Enough said.


Feed by Mira Grant

“There comes a point when you need to get over the fear and get on with your life, and a lot of people don’t seem to be capable of that anymore. From blood tests to gated communities, we have embraced the cult of fear, and now we don’t seem to know how to put it back where it belongs.”
Extremely provocative, political and heartbreaking, Feed is not mere dystopia, to me this is a modern day equivalent of 1984.

 Every Other Day by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

“Sometimes, there aren't any good choices. Sometimes, making the right one is hard... It's funny, but when you think about it, we're all broken. That's what life does. It knocks you down and breaks you and you either get back up again, or you don't. You either do things on your terms, or you don't. You let the bad things win, or you don't."
"You either let it break you, or you don't.”
 Nobody writes a kick ass young heroine quite like Jennifer Lynn Barnes. Kali was inhumanely awesome. Like a cute gruesome mini version of Barrons's beast.

Haunted Honeymoon by Marta Acosta

“That’s why I adore you. You’re as mature as an excellent wheel of Parmigiano-Reggiano,” Nancy said. “How are things going with Sir Sexalot? Is his new house party-worthy?”
“It would be excellent if you were throwing a Scarface party,” I said. “It has a mirror ball and a pool. Ian is …”
“Sexeriffic?” “Yes, but also too much the continental roué, I think. All mysterious and imperturbable and debauched and pleased with being Ian Ducharme.”
If you haven't read Marta, you really don't know what you're missing. Funny, sharp, sexy. The quips are to die for. Ian Ducharme is a vampire in a league of his own, - dark, gorgeous and wickedly charming. In fact, I would say, he is a book version of Ian Somerhalder. *wink*

 The Reapers are The Angels by Alden Bell

See, it’s a daily chore tryin to do the right thing. Not because the right thing is hard to do—it ain’t. It’s just cause the right thing—well, the right thing’s got a way of eluding you. You give me a compass that tells good from bad, and boy I’ll be a soldier of the righteous truth. But them two things are a slippery business, and tellin them apart might as well be a blind man’s guess.”
Like in Feed, zombies in this book serve as a background to a personal journey. Sad, powerful, wistful, full of emotions, this book is not to be missed.

City of Ghosts by Stacia Kane

Chess lied to herself every day; it was just something she did, like taking her pills or making sure she had a pen in her bag. Little lies, mostly. Insignificant. Of course there were big ones there, too, like telling herself that she was more than just a junkie who got lucky enough to possess a talent not everyone had. That she was alone by choice and that she was not terrified of other people because they couldn’t be trusted, because they carried filth in their minds and pain in their hands and they would smear both all over her given half the chance.
Another one of those extremely powerful series. Chess and Terrible, a junkie and a thug, their love against all odds, - it is unforgettable.

 Angel's Blood by Nalini Singh

“He was trying to make me his bed buddy. I declined. He gave chase."
... "How, exactly, did you 'decline' his offer?"
"By slitting his throat."

Elena would've kicked him, except he'd probably use the chance to pull her down with him. "Shut up before I do the same to you."
He tried to stop laughing. Failed. "Jesus, Ellie. You are awesome!”
Nalini has an incredibly descriptive and vivid style, plus both Elena and Raphael raised angels' level of hotness to a point whereI was glad Nalini's angels have nothing to do with religion and concept of God.

Silk is for Seduction by Loretta Chase

I have a plan," he said.
"Yes," she said.
"Let's get married," he said.
"Yes," she said.
"Let's conquer the world," he said.
"Yes," she said. No one in her family had ever been accused of dreaming small.
"Let's bring the beau monde to its knees."
"Let's make them beg for your creations."
"Yes," she said. "Yes, yes, yes."
"Is tomorrow too soon?" he said.
"No." she said. "We've a great deal to do, you and I, conquering the world. We must start at once. We've not a minute to lose."
 One of the very few historical romances I've read this year. Loretta created exquisite, unconventional, sharp and very powerful couple. Her best book so far.

Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews

“Did he just rip out the engine?" I asked.
"Yes", Saiman said. "And now he is demolishing the Maserati with it."
Ten seconds later Curran hurled the twisted wreck of black and orange that used to be the Maserati into the wall.
The first melodic notes of an old song came from the computer. I glanced at Saiman.
He shrugged. "It begged for a soundtrack.” 
Another one of the top urban fantasy series out there. How come every new Kate Daniels book that comes out is better than the previous one? Series you shouldn't miss. Trust me.

Lovers and Beloveds by Meilin Miranda

Beautiful epic erotic fantasy with a strong Kushiel vibe. It rocked my socks off. 18+ only.


Etched in Bone by Adrian Phoenix

“I know what love feels like, but this, this man... fuck me. Steals my breath. Knots me up. Torches me."
"No, this is what denying love feels like, man. Why you denying your heart?”
Adrian Phoenix is Dan Brown of urban fantasy, and this series following FBI agent Heather Wallace and rock star half-vampire half-fallen angel Dante Baptiste is out of this world.

White Tiger by Kylie Chan

As I said before any fan of Hong Kong movies and in particular martial arts will love this book.

Unusual, full of Asian culture and mythology, complex and beautiful. Absolutely loved it.


Dragon Bound by Thea Harrison

“A dragon just gave me a piece of jewelry,” she said. She took another swig and handed the bottle back to Graydon. “Have I been added to his hoard?” He shook his head and drank too. “No, cupcake,” he said. “I’m pretty sure you’ve replaced it.”
Another of the few paranormal romances I found absolutely delightful. A couple that truly sparkles with wit and irresistible attraction, and not in a weird Cullen-way. Plus amazing world-building and dragons.

Blood Rights by Kristen Painter

A woman after my own heart, fragile, beautiful and deadly with a sword in her hands. Fantastic world-building, hugely entertaining storyline.

How could I resist? How can you?


A Hidden Fire by Elizabeth Hunter

This self-published book continues to get five star rave reviews not because we are all friends of the author, but because it's that good.

Believe me, you really really don't want to miss it. A paranormal mystery with romantic elements, it introduces you to a complicated world of vampires with elemental powers.


Fifty Shades of Grey

I've said all I could about this mind blowing book, and now I'm exhausted. You either love it or you can't stand it, but Grey is unforgettable.
18+ read only.


The Black Hawk by Joanna Bourne

I can not even begin to tell you just how good is Joanna Bourne.
I can't choose a quote, because the whole book is pure poetry.
I loved, loved, loved it.

It's one of those books where love shines through things unsaid. It's deeply moving.


Giveaway Rules

1. Giveaway is open worldwide. If Book Depository doesn't ship directly to you, I'll ship the books myself.

2. Giveaway ends 7/01/2012.

3. There will be three winners:

First prize is a book of your choice from the list (or any other book in the series). Elizabeth Hunter also graciously contributed two of her Elemental Mysteries books as well: A Hidden Fire and This Same Earth (ebooks) = 3 books in total.

Second prize is a book of your choice plus an ebook A Hidden Fire from me = 2 books in total.

Third prize is one book of your choice from the list.

NB: I can only offer Fifty Shades of Grey on Kindle. Cost of the paperback is too high. As I'm from UK I can not gift kindle books, but I can send you a Kindle gift card from Amazon in your country for you to buy the book yourself. Hope it makes sense ;)

4. Mandatory entry:
+1 tell me of the book/books that truly rocked your world this year and leave your email address.

5. Extra entries as usual:
 +1 GFC follower/Networked Blogs Follower
+1 spread the word through social media (Facebok, Twitter, your blog, etc.)
+2 grab my giveaway button

Good luck!

This is my way to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year (plus Happy Orthodox Christmas, which is on the 7th of January in Russia) to you, me dears!

Thank you for all your love and support, and may all your wishes come true!


SandyG265 said...

Two of my favorite books this year were Feed and Divergence.

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Sofija Kapranova said...

This year had so many great books. Shadowfever and Magic Slays were awesome! But this series were always good. From the new series I really liked The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams and Angelfall by Susan Ee.
Thanks for giveaway!
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Yiota said...

I've read many good books this year from many different genres! And most of them weren't the ones i was expecting to like. What i liked most was, Eona by Alison Goodman <3

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Na said...

Many books have rocked my world this year and I am so thankful. A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness was one of them.

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Mel said...

Oh, so many fab books I've read this year. Lots of love for Magic Slays, Every Other Day, Embers by Laura Bickle and Deadtown by Nancy Holner, but the ones I haven't stopped raving about since I finished it are Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry and Aftertime by Sophie Littlefield - both zombie books but sooo good. The focus is mostly on people just like Feed (which I readin in 2010 and adored!)

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M.A.D. said...

Since 2011 was the year I discovered the amazing genre of *Dystopian* fiction, I've literally fallen in love with so many incredible books ... BUT, in all honesty, Delirium rocked me to the core of my dystopian-loving soul!! From the believable but chilling *procedure, to the wrenching heartache of Lena & Alex - it was a sucker punch to the gut and the book had me bawling. Epic read!

Thank you for such a wildly-awesome giveaway :D
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M.A.D. said...

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donnas said...

Shadowfever was one of my favorites this year. I also just finished 11/22/63 which was really good. The book that surprised me the most this year was Matched. It is not a genre I will typically read but it was really good and well done.

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Anonymous said...

Thankss so much for thegiveaway! My favorite books this year included The Near Witch, Brooklyn Burning, and Hate List.


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Lisa Richards/alterlisa said...

My top fave reads this year have been Hourglass and Blood Rights
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Maegan Morin said...

One of the books that I really loved this year is Paradox: The Angels Are Here by Patti Roberts! I LOVED it!
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Unknown said...

My world was rocked by a lot of books this year. Georgina Kincaid series and Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead, Delirium by Lauren Oliver, Where She Went by Gayle Forman, Across the Universe by Beth Revise, Divergent by Veronica Roth and Soul Screamers series by Rachel Vincent. Also Fifty Shades was definitely one of them!
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Unknown said...

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BookandmovieDblogger said...

Book that rocked my world?
Seven Point Eight by Marie Harbon

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Hannah @ Dragons and Whimsy said...

You are followed, here is my tweet: https://twitter.com/#!/jaediasrantpage/status/144788259183149056
And I shall go add your button later (promise).
So I could choose either.. Darkfever, Feed, The Reapers are the Angels, Unholy Ghosts, Angels Blood, Magic Bites, White Tiger, Dragon Bound, Blood Rights, A Hidden Fire... O_o I don't knoww. Ha. Your giveaways are le evil.
Books that rocked my world this year? Well, Bitten, that was freaking awesome. Still need to pick up the others after Stolen! Did love Deception by Lee Nichols and Dearly Departed, and my current read, actually, is making me so so happy. Miracle on Regent Street. It's so lovely and cheerful! Then everything I've read by Rachel Caine which is Working Stiff and the first three Morganvilles, Soulless of course! Ooh I found Blameless in The Works yesterday, only need Heartless now :D Okay I'm going to stop but I've read some amazing books.
Thanks for the fabulous giveaway, as always, lovely. <3
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Dovile said...

So Yesterday by Scott Westerfeld - a real eye-opener about the world of marketing and how things are made 'cool', and a really fun read.

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Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Really an amazing giveaway! Thank you.

I don't even know which one I would go for. ;D

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Anonymous said...

Hi - Thanks for the contest and Merry Christmas

My favourite UF book release this year would be Hounded (and Hammered) by Kevin Hearne. Loved them!

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out
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GFC: Shelleyrae
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primrose said...

Hi, there! I think Daughter of Smoke & Bone really rocked my year. It was amazing! Karou is so kick-ass.
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Unknown said...

This year I've read quite a lot amazing books!On the top of my mind comes Half-Blood by Jennifer L. Armentrout and Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning

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mimz said...

+1 One of the books that really rocked my world this year was The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova. I don't know why it took me so long to get round to it but once I started reading, I just couldn't stop.

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MamaMunky said...

I loved all of Michelle Moran's historical fiction books. There was Nefertiti, Cleopatra's Daughter, and a few others. So good!


Books for Company said...

Lots of books have rocked my world this year!
Delirium, Unearthly, Nightshade and so many more! =)
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Natalie @ Book Lovers Life said...

Great pick of books. My favorite this year were Divergent By Veronica Roth and Angel Fire by L A Weatherly.
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Unknown said...

Wah! So many great choices!
This year my favorite book was Hushed by kelly york, but I really likes Girl of fire and thorns, too.
thanks a lot!

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ebaker said...

I really like Delirium!
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Reading Mind / The Loyal Book said...

So, well, there are so many books I cannot decide where to start, BUT...truly amazing book was the demon's surrender by Sarah Rees Brennan. Loved it!

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Reading Mind / The Loyal Book said...

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oriana said...

this year i read the autobiography of steven tyler, im a huge fan of Aerosmith so I love that book, I love Speak...its not a new book but i never read it before...
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Aik said...

+1 Books that truly rock my world this year: Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkeles
Fire Study by Maria V. Snyder
Magic Study by Maria V. Snyder
Shift by Em Bailey

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Mary Preston said...

NEVERWHERE by Neil Gaiman was such a brilliant read. He created a world I wanted to dive right into.

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Julie S said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway.
I really enjoyed reading Divergent and A Discovery of Witches. Those were really good debuts.
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Simcsa said...

Mockingjay really rocked my world this year. The Hunger Games books are my absolute favorites!! Thanks for this amazing giveway!! :)

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Jana said...

I read so many awesome book this year that I don´t know which i should choose xD So some of them:
A Girl Like You by Gemma Burgess (great romance)
Fifty Shades Darker by E.L. James (I didn´t expect this, but I love this series xD)
Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning (AMAZING!)
Magic Slays by Ilona Andrews (Curran ♥)
Beautiful Malice by Rebecca James (unforgettable)

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Thank you so much for the chance to win!

Gisele said...

Thank you so much for the giveaway!
My favorite books were Hunger Games and Divergent! Love them both!
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Maidenveil said...

this is an awesome giveaway!! thanks! the book that truly rocked my world this year was Divergent. Then there's also Angel's Blood. They are awesomely kicked ass!

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Unknown said...

+1 GFC : Anjana Vasan

+1 Fav books of 2011 : Divergent, Shadow Fever, Succubus Revealed, Enclave, That Boy, A Girl Like you and loads more :P

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Laura said...

Thanks for the great giveaway!
Some of my favorites this year were Discovery of Witches, ShadowFever, The Scottish Prisoner-Lord John, Awaken the Highland Warrior, Embrace the Highland Warrior, The Language of Flowers, Blue Bells of Scotland, and more.


Unknown said...

I have just finished DARK INSIDE by Jeyn Roberts and it is one of my best reads this year - loved it!

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Arianne said...

Hunger Games really rocked my world :D
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melannie (: said...

The book that rocked my world the most this year was Ther You'll Find Me by Jenny B Jones.
it was so amazing I can see myself re-reading it for all the years of life I have left :)

email. lovebug[dot]mel[at]gmail[dot]com

Nidhi Upadhyaya said...

My favorite book this year was Daaughter of smoke and bone by Lani Taylor.
It was something entirely new and the characters and the atmosphere the book created was amazing.
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Unknown said...

One of my fav books of the year was Blood Bound by Rachel Vincent. Just awesome!

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Linda said...

I recently started reading PNR & the 2 bks that made me decide i LIKE this genre (lots) were Thea Harrison's Dragon Bound & Soulless by Gail Carriger (don't let the cover put you off).

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Vivien said...

One of my kickass books from this year was Deadline by Mira Grant. Definitely Epic.

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Lecea said...

Tahereh Mafi's Shatter Me rocked my world this year :)


Anonymous said...

My favorite books this year Blood Rock by Athony Francis, Hounded by Kevin Hearne and Pale Demon by Kim Harrison

Thanks for the giveaway

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Anonymous said...

The thirteenth tale. GFC follower


Unknown said...

The book that truly rocked my world this year is Dark Prince by Christine Feehan.

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Unknown said...

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Unknown said...

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Tasnim said...

Thanks for the great giveaway! I'm an old GFC follower - Taz
We're already friends on GR because of swap shop ;) - Tasnim

My fave books of 2011 -
1. Rachel Vincent - Blood Bound (adult UF series)
2. Jennifer Armentrout - Half-Blood (YA series)
3. Sarah Alderson - Hunting Lila (YA series)
4. KMM - Shadowfever (Adult UF series)
5. Kim Harrison - Pale Demon (Adult UF series)

Hope you have a good Xmas!

Tasnim xx

Melliane said...

thanks for this great giveaway! I think there will be Shaedes of Gray by Amanda Bonilla, Magic slays by ilona andrews and deceived by the other by Jess haines.

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Evk said...

Thanks fot the giveaway.
I absolutly love the Hunger Games trilogy this year. It is my favorite dystopian.

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Angela @ Reading Angels said...

Book that rocked my world this year - Lola and the Boy Next Door :)

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Sophia Rose said...

Wow! That's quite a list. I've read some and have others on my wish list. Thanks for this fab giveaway opportunity.

I would have to say the Fever Series, the two Fifty Shades books, Immortals After Dark Series, latest Cassie Palmer series book and several others rocked my world.

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Unknown said...

This year was pretty awesome for me so far as great reads were concerned....The Great Lenore by J.M. Tohline was one of my favorites.

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Anonymous said...

Well, it's One Grave at a Time by Jeaniene Frost. It's amazing that she always has something new to show us, and I can't get enough of Bones and Cat. They're my favorite couple ever and I can't wait to read more of them.

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Keetra said...

One of my favorites was Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare. It's just come out and I wasn't disappointed in Clare - it was awesome!

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Veronica W. said...

One of my favorites this year was "The Faerie Ring".

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FireStarBooks said...

My fav book this year was ATU by beth revis.
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Darlene said...

Thanks for the giveaway!

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One of my favourite books this year was Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor. I also loved the Black Dagger Brotherhood series by J.R. Ward!

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LMcLendon said...

Mine were "White Tiger" and "The Black Hawk". They were both YUMMY in their own way!! :)

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Unknown said...

Thank you for the awesome giveaway!
First of all, I tweeted: TWEET HERE
Second, the button is on my blog, right sidebar - CLICK HERE
And I am also following as Pen to Paper.

Please head over to my blog to follow and enter my awesome giveaways. Two running at the moment, and a third will be up on Friday!

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Unknown said...

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Sonia said...

Thanks for this international giveaway!
My world was rocked by so many books. One of them is Drink, Slay, Love!


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Veronika said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
my favorite book was Fifty Shades of grey and actually I read the second book too. The totally blew me away, I loved every word of them.

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Cayce said...

I loved the The Disillusionists Trilogy by Carolyn Crane. Thanks for the great giveaway!
+1 GFC - Cayce
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Kelly said...

I enjoyed Delirium, The What if Guy, and significance.
thanks for the awesome giveaways!!
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Yto said...

happy new year ^^

2011 i enjoyed one book: Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma - though it really wasn't one of my favourite genres i gave it a chance and i didn't regret it ^^

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Kendra said...

Followed via GFC (KB or Kendra Boddy) and posted your button (inmybooknook.blogspot.com). My favorite book was Hunger Games!

JessS said...

Thanks for the giveaway! Some of the books I absolutely loved in 2011 include Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning (though pretty much the whole series as well), Succubus Revealed by Richelle Mead and The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I follow by GFC as JessS.


Babel said...

I'd love to take part in this giveaway, thanks you :o)
One of the books that really grabbed my imagination was Low Town by Daniel Polansky, great fantasy/noir novel.
GFC follower + tweet
Thank you and happy new year!

Babel said...

Sorry, I forgot to leave my email address, it's Tdbabel at gmail dot com
Thank you again :o)

FairyWhispers said...

I liked Divergent by Veronica Roth

GFc Follower FairyWhispers

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I would put up the button, but I can't find the coed, sorry!



Darmaris said...

"Slave to Sensation" by Nalini Singh )))
И с Рождеством!

Spav said...

In 2011 I loved Lola and the Boy Next Door.

+1 GFC: Spav


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