Saturday, 3 May 2014

WBN competition - Tales Of The City by Armistead Maupin x2 copies

I am a bit late so apologies, this was meant to run the day after World Book Night (WBN) however with the exam and holiday, WIFI wasn't great there, it got a bit behind.

This is the first book in a series, I liked it so much that when I read it the first time I went off and bought up the others, as well as watching the show. I reread it on holiday and, with my tons of others, you can find my review here http://www.alwaysreading.net/2014/05/review-tales-of-city-by-armistead-maupin.html

There are two copies to give away and I haven't restricted it to the UK so anyone can enter. I have set it to run to the end of the month and the same rules apply as with the pre-loved giveaway. I will also get that listed asap so bear with me and good luck people. a Rafflecopter giveaway

19 comments:

  1. Another great giveaway, you do spoil us.

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  2. Looks like another great read - thanks for sharing.
    Ann

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  3. I did not know too much about this series but I looked it up on Wikipedia and it really looks to be creative, interesting and fun. I have not seen the screen adaptions.

    No need to apologize over your blogging schedule. Life gets so busy!

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  4. This one sounds good and you are very nice to do these awesome giveaways! Like Brian says above, no need to apologize!

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  5. An interesting choice thank you.

    I probably recommend OUTLANDER more than any other book.

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  6. the great gatsby as its such a good read with a moral about life

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  7. The Gunslinger by Stephen King, just because I'm such a huge fan I guess:D

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  8. i like true story books and i recommend a lot of those to friends and family

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  9. Lolita - because the writing is so exuberant.

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  10. I recommend I Capture the Castle because I read it with no expectations whatsoever as it was a gift from another reader at the airport and I thoroughly enjoyed it, took me totally by surprise.

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  11. flowers in the attic x just an emotional story x

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  12. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is my favourite at the moment. I wish everyone could read it.

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  13. As most of my friends are horsey I recommend the Jenny Pitman - Jan Hardy series

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  14. Thanks for the fantastic book giveaway!

    I would recomend "Harry Potter & the philosipher's stone" as it is a book that's universally loved by both adults and children, regardless of whether you like fantasy or even read books much!

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  15. Delirium, very underrated yet gripping story!

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  16. Any of the Terry Pratchett books , they really open one's eyes to reality

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  17. I always recommend The Beach by Alex Garland. A true classic.

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  18. The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

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