Aug 14, 2015

Giveaway: Young Adult Hop


I'm a big supporter of Young Adult books. I definitely have my favorites and one of them is Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson. I'm giving away a paperback copy of this amazing book and will also let the winner choose a second YA book worth $10.


Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
I will contact the winner via e-mail. If I don't get a reply within 60 hours the prize will go to someone else. All of my giveaways are international, you can find the official rules here.


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64 comments:

  1. The book I would recommend to read is Alanna The First Adventure by Tamora Pierce, it's a fun fantasy non-traditional girl adventure .

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  2. I would recommend any of Keira Cass Selection series books. I read through all books and could not put them down. Great author and must read books.

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  3. I adore and recommend the three books by Stephanie Perkins. Great contemporary reads! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  4. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger will forever be the first recommendation I'll ever give anyone. With the author's death, the classic novel about young Holden Caulfield's disillusionment with the adult world and its "phoniness" will only rise in popularity — and controversy, since it is a favorite target of censors, who often cite profanity and sexual references in their efforts to ban the book.

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  5. The Selection by Kiera Cass; thanks for the giveaway. :)

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  6. Compulsion by Martina Boone. Such an interesting story and love the southern plantation aspect.

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  7. Think you should read Vampire academy - it is my favorite from YA genre!

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  8. I think you should read Bloody Jack by L A Meyer. I've read it quite a few times and enjoyed it quite a bit.

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  9. The Hunger Games series were made into movies because they're so good!!

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  10. Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson.It's a really fun read and it also makes you wanna get out of your comfort zone a bit.

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  11. Eon by Alison Goodman. The writing is gorgeous and you get everything you need in a fantasy novel in the book.

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  12. THE HUNGER GAMES comes first to mind. I just found it exciting & horrific in equal parts.

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  13. You should definitely read Trouble From The Start by R. Hawthorne! It's so swoony! ;)
    Carolina M on rafflecopter

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  14. before i fall by lauren oliver,made me cry:)

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  15. Read anything by Hannah Moscowitz! Her books are so creative and unique and wonderful

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  16. I don't really have a book to recommend. I haven't been doing as much reading either this summer. Maybe you could recommend something for me.

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  17. Something by Morgan Matson. I love her books so much, the characters feel so relatable. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  18. The Mortal Instruments Series is really engaging.

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  19. You should really read Oliver and Emmy by Robin Benway. It's such a great book, and the romance is so adorable.

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  20. I've only read her novel Speak, but it was very moving! I highly recommend Libba Bray's Going Bovine. All of her books, in my opinion, are excellent, but Going Bovine is my favorite (for social commentary as well as story).

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  21. The Sin Eater's Daughter because it's super fantastic and twisted and exciting!

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  22. TINA'S MOUTH: AN EXISTENTIAL COMIC DIARY by Keshni Kashyap has a really great heroine!

    --Trix

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  23. You should totally read the twilight series. They are hard to put down, and lucky for you all the books have been released so you won't be waiting for the next book!

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  24. Winger by Andrew Smith because it is hilarious!!

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  25. I'm going waaaaaay back. I would still recommend anything Jane Austen, especially Pride & Prejudice.

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  26. I really enjoyed Goodbye Rebel Blue by Shelley Corriell. I don't think it's received a lot of attention but it's about this girl who's put on a tough façade and isolated herself from other people in order to not really deal with loss of her mom, and fulfilling another girl's bucket list ends up drawing her back into the world. There's a cute romance in it, too.

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  27. Anything by Cassandra Clare, Julie Kagawa, Laini Taylor, and Jennifer L Armentrout

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  28. Invisibility by Andrea Cremer and David Levithan! It was a book that really surprised me in a positive way. It's contemporary but has some fantasy elements, it was different from anything I've ever read.

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  29. written in red by anne bishop once you start you need to finish it and you will cringe at some part, laugh at other all while falling in love with teh story

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  30. any of the Harry Potter ones because of the stories

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  31. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (Fantasy): Assassin heroine who was betrayed and sentenced to work in the harsh salt mines for her crimes. Later, she is given a chance to win her freedom by competing in a dangerous competition.

    The Wrath & The Dawn by Renee Ahdieh (Fantasy/Retelling): A re-imaging of A Thousand and One Nights.

    The Selection by Kiera Cass (Dystopia/Fantasy): 35 girls compete in the Selection for the heart of the prince and the chance to be crowned queen.

    The Young Elites by Marie Lu (Fantasy): The main character has survived the blood fever, an illness that killed off many, but she is now marked and has a powerful gift that some other survivors have. After a tragic accident, she sets out to find others with similar abilities to hers.

    To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han (Contemporary): The main character keeps a box of letters she wrote to all her previous crushes, but one day, she discovers that someone mailed all her letters.

    Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian (Contemporary): Three girls form an alliance to get revenge on those who wronged them.

    Doon by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon (Fantasy): Two best friends travel to Scotland on vacation where they find a magical land called Doon. There, they discover that a great evil has reawakened and help fight it off.

    Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (Dystopia/Fantasy): There are two types of people: Reds and Silvers. Reds have red blood, and are poor commoners or servants who are looked down upon by the Silvers. Silvers have silver blood, and make up the upper-class, complete with magical powers. However, when the main character, a Red, ends up working in the Silver Palace, she soon finds out that she has a deadly power of her own-one that might undermine the Silver's control.

    These books are listed in no particular order, and I like all of them for many different reasons. Also, I put the genre that I thought the book fell into... Others may disagree. These are some great books!

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  32. The Wrath and the Dawn--it has suspense, romance, and intrigue (and it's set in a lush, vivid Persian atmosphere)

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  33. love the hunger games trilogy :) Action, drama and love!

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  34. If you haven't read The Wrath and the Dawn yet YOU REALLY NEED TO IT'S SO BEAUTIFUL. <3

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  35. I have been reading the Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi and have found them to be very good! I had never read anything by her before.

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  36. Oh there are so many! But please check out Divergent by Verconia Roth. They are so very different and amazing and engaging!

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  37. The Hunger Games series if you haven't already.

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  38. Paper Towns by John Green. Great writing, great characters and funny.

    Raffle name: Artemis Giote

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  40. You should read The Luxe by Anna Godbersen. It's a great historical fiction book with mystery and romance.

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  41. Depending on what you like, I love Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. This is the first book in a series and the third book is coming out soon :)

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  42. The Divergent Trilogy (and the companion book, Four), The Hunger Games Trilogy, The Maze Runner Trilogy (and the prequel)... all amazing amazing books that are hard to put down. (Andrea amy)

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  43. I recommend The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze. It's a dystopian, but it could very easily become real.

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  44. I recommend Seraphina by Rachel Hartman - such an amazing fantasy book! Lots of historical fiction-esque world building and wonderful characters! :-D thank you for the giveaway!

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  45. My daughter loves the hunger games she's 18

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  46. Tammara Webber`s Between th lines series!

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  47. Throne of glass series by sarah j maas. It has magic, strong heroine, and mystery :D

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  48. The Piper's Son by Melina Marchetta because it's amazing that a book can make you cry 3 or 4 times in one go and this one makes you feel joy, love, loss and whole lot more!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  49. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is really great, mostly because of the awesome characters. It feels as if they could be actual people you know.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. I always recommend the lux series by jennifer armentrout. It's light hearted, paranormal and the characters are amazing. The main girl is a book blogger so she is really relatable, and the main boy is just the right blend of arrogance, protective caring and humor. I love it.

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  51. I would recommend reading anything by Sarah Daltry. Her writing is achingly beautiful. She is a wonderfully talented author who understands the issues pertinent to today's youth. Another book that I would recommend to EVERYONE is BEING EMILY and JUST GIRLS by Rachel Gold. These books are NOT just for females! I believe these books should be recommended reading for everyone.

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  52. I recommand Anna and the french kiss because it has it all: a lot of romance, humor, Paris, interesting characters and it reminds me of my teenage years.

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  53. Heart's Blood by Juliet Marillier, because Juliet is an extraordinary writer, and her heroines are so strong and vulnerable at the same time, the romance is always to die for, and she makes me feel all the things---hopefully she could make you feel all the things too. :)

    Thank you for the giveaway, and I'm sorry I only left my bloglovin follower name (jen7waters) on the rafflecopter instead of my profile link, here it is: https://www.bloglovin.com/people/jen7waters-1474733

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  54. It's been some years now, but I really enjoy Michael Grant's "Gone" series - everyone over the age of 15 mysteriously disappears and some people develop strange abilities. It may sound typical but I have very fond memories of it - eagerly awaiting the next title!

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  55. I am always reading YA books and think there are so many great books out there. My favourite series of books which I read quite a while ago is the Private series by Kate Brian and the spin off series Privilege. More recently I've read the series Night School by CJ Daughergy and Geek Girl which I have really enjoyed, I am nearly finished both series now but I haven't read the last books as I don't want them to end! I'm currently reading Between The Lives and I never want to put it down as it is such an intriguing and unusual concept for a book.

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  56. Unclaimed by Laurie Wetzel because the storyline is interesting and captivating and it also has some pretty cool characters. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

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  58. Perks Of Being A Wallflower because it's relateable and it has a lot of good quotes.

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  59. I was unexpectedly moved by Ann Aguirre's Queen of Bright and Shining Things, touching and very well-written.

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  60. Looking for Alaska by John Green. It's such a beautiful book but it had me in tears.

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  61. every day david levithan! Thanks for the giveaway!

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