Jan 2, 2015

My Top Books of the Year 3


 
I'm very happy with the books I've read in 2014. This is my third list, but instead of eight I now have ten books on it, because in the last days of the year I've read two amazing books. You can win one or more books from this list worth $17 in total either from The Bookdepository or Amazon. Good luck!


I will contact the winner on twitter or via Facebook. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international.

37 comments:

  1. looks like some mor ab books to add to my list

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  2. I really like Isla and the happily ever after, Anna dressed in blood and Dr SLeep


    thanks!! have a great year!!

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  3. I haven't read any of those apart from One Hundred Names (which I loved!), I'll have to check them out :)

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  4. My biggest surprise book wise in 2014 was receiving some awesome autographed books from some of my favorite authors!

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  5. These all look really wonderful

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  6. The Raven Cycle was my biggest surprise series, I didn't expect to love it as much as i did but I absolutely adore the characters, story and setting.

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  7. I discovered the Allie Beckstrom series by Devon Monk and got blindsided by how good Witch Hunter Olivia
    by T.A. Kunz was!

    Happy New Year and thanks for the amazing giveaway!

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  8. I love reading. Thank you fr the chance. :)

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  9. Gotta say Florence Gordon was a surprise for me.

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  10. From your list, The House at the End of Hope Street seems to be fantastic xD


    Surprise... Howl's Moving Castle! I had not expected to like it so much, since I loved the movie and all... but loved the book in a different and tender way :3 Now moving to Castle in the Air <3

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  11. I loved a The Book Thief

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  12. My biggest surprise was reading a few Shakespeare plays and discovering that they're really not hard to read and very entertaining. I've never been huge on reading the classics before now, so that was fun to discover.

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  13. One surprise was finding out the ending to a story that I was sure was going to turn out one way and it ended another way :) This was Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn :)

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  14. The Ocean at the End of The Lane, it was the first book by Neil Gaiman I read :)

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  15. I don't read a lot, so I couldn't answer to your question :)

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  16. Shelby Straate NeuzilJanuary 3, 2015 at 3:55 AM

    My biggest surprise was All You Could Ask For by Mike Greenberg. Mike Greenberg is a ESPN sports guy...he hosts a daily sports show and he wrote women's fiction. It was really good! I couldn't believe it!

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  17. Last year, I reluctantly listened to Dying for a Living by Kory M. Shrum and it turned out to be one of my favorite books of the year.

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  18. The Drowning Girl! I did like it.

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  19. I was surprised how much I liked The Fault in our Stars. It was really a great book.

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  20. I really liked Divergent.

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  21. I was surprised that I didn't enjoy Eleanor and Park after how much I'd heard about Rainbow Rowell's work! Sorry to be so negative but I wasn't surprised by any other books - I usually read books that I'm already expecting to love!
    Thank you for the giveaway :-D

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  22. Margaret Atwood's books. Great author.

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  23. THE NIGHT GUEST by FIONA MCFARLANE

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  24. Ein by Sorcha Black and Rough Surrender by Cari Silverwood. Both those books left me with this amazing feeling of awe after finishing.

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  25. The biggest surprise was Code Name Verity. I didn't expect the twist at all and was blown away. Love love loved it!

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  26. The Marriage Trap by Jennifer Probst :)
    Amazing story!

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  27. I honestly abandoned A Game of Thrones by George R R Martin a while ago because 1. The font is sooo small. 2. The vocabulary is quite high to me. but then I was so bored I had nothing to read and boom! The book is actually amazing!

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  28. I discovered that Seanan McGuire was also Mira Grant, so read my very first Zombie Apocalypse triology: Feed/Deadline/BlackOut which I really enjoyed!

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  29. desert god of wilbur smith

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  30. The Fault in our Stars.

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  31. One night in winter by Simon Sebag Montefiore....beyond amazing!

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  32. The first two books in the Splintered series by AJ Howard!

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  33. Laura Anne FarnworthJanuary 9, 2015 at 4:07 PM

    I loved Adele park - Spare brides. her first novel set in the past.

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  34. Rites of Passage by Joy N. Hensley. Amazing debut book. :)

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  35. I finally read the LUX series from JLA (after jumping on the bandwagon after reading and loving DON'T LOOK BACK), and holy cow was I blown away by how good it was!!! Daemon was as hawt as everyone had said, the writing was stellar and seasoned (the scenes of sexual tension that woman can write - yowsa!), and I just completely fell in love. There aren't ma.y books I read more than once - I mean, there's so much I want to read and not enough time already, without REreading books - but this series will go in the "forever re-read" pile for sure!!!

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  36. I really loved Chanel Bonfire, a memoir by Wendy Lawless.


    Thanks for the chance to win!


    (On the Rafflecopter, I accidentally put the wrong link for my Bloglovin profile: it's actually bloglovin.com/amberterry87)

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