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Monday, March 19, 2012

Spring Cleaning Hop



Welcome to the Spring Cleaning Hop!  You are at stop #9

You can find the full list of participating blogs HERE


We are giving away:

Adult Box #1:

The Story of Beautiful Girl by Rachel Simon (HC)
Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones (HC)
Left Neglected by Lisa Genova (PB)
Dominance by Will Lavender (PB)

YA Box:

Fat Vampire by Adam Rex (HC)
Ruthless (Pretty Little Liars Series) by Sara Shepard (HC)
Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl (PB)
Putting Makeup on Dead People by Jen Violi (PB)
Dirty Little Secrets by CJ Omololu (PB)


Adult Mystery/Thriller Box:

Code Blood by Kurt Kamm
Promissary Payback by Laurel Dewey
Unrevealed by Laurel Dewey
Cold River by Liz Adair

We are shipping to US addresses only!  Sorry...these are heavy boxes!
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8 comments:

Denise Z said...

Thank you for the awesome opportunity to win a good book :)

bookbitereviews said...

Thanks for the giveaway!!

Amy S. said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I read Dirty Little Secrets a few months ago and just loved it. I read a library copy and would just love to own it!

Pabkins said...

thats some good spring cleaning

Beth S. said...

Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Your YA pack has a lot of awesome books on it! I've been wanting to read Fat Vampire for a while now. Adam Rex is one of my favorite authors (The True Meaning of Smekday is absolutely hilarious!) so I need to get around to reading that one. *Fingers crossed* :)

DogsMom said...

Honestly all the titles sound interesting. I have been able to do more reading over winter and hope to continue to explore new genres this year.

Kate @ Musings said...

What a neat way to do your clean-up! I might have to do that next time, as I hope to get through more 'real' books!

Thanks for the chance. All of the books sound amazing!

UK said...

Silver Sparrow was a decent read. I bought it after the author's interview on NPR. Although the storyline of the book started out strongly, it fizzled in the middle and especially near the ending. In other words, the beginning of the book was rather believable, but then quickly became unrealistic. I would have preferred that the characters, especially the "outside" daughter, be more developed, so that it centered on her life as a result of her situation. Instead, it slowly lingered on her perceived obsession with her present situation.