Saturday, November 24, 2012

Thanksgiving-Away #10 - Win After and Angelfall!



It's time for Thanksgiving-Away #10! I have two post-apocalyptic ARCs up for grabs!
ARC of After (this is an anthology that includes stories by Sarah Rees Brennan, Carrie Ryan, Gregory Maguire, Jane Yolen, and more!)
 ARC of Angelfall by Susan Ee

(see event kick-off post for more details!) 
•US mailing addresses only
• Must be 13 or older
• Last day to enter: December 3, 2012
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20 comments :

  1. Both books sound great! Thanks so much for the giveaway! Happy holidays!

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  2. Delirium and Divergent were amazing!

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  3. I really liked Pure by Julianna Baggott!

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  4. I LOVED Divergent! But I also thought Monument 14 was interesting since we actually experienced the apocalyptic event instead of it just being post-apocalyptic (:

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  5. Either Destroy Me of What's Left of Me. It's hard. I read a LOT of good dystopians this year.

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  6. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!!!!! Angelfall! :) Heard how great it is. Pandemonium by Lauren Olivers is my favorite dystopian that i read this year!

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  7. Cinder by Marissa Meyer. Amazing.

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  8. Either Cinder or Insurgent, I'd say. Though there were several that released this year that I enjoyed, those two are the first to come to mind!

    Emily @ Ed and Em's Reviews

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  9. I loved Insurgent and Cinder but Under the Never Sky really took the cake for me!!

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  10. I liked DEFIANCE by C.J. Redwine and INSURGENT.

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  11. I loved The Hunger Games

    Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

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  12. Definitely Justin Cronin's "The Twelve."

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  13. I really loved Incarnate and Under the Never Sky, great dystopians.

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  14. Thanks for the giveaway! So far Dark Life is probably my favorite.

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  15. I read both Divergent and Insurgent this year and loved them both!

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  16. Ah, there was so many great reads! I have to say that Divergent and The Hunger Games topped the list, though. The plots for those two are incredible.

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  17. I didn't read Hunger Games until this year (yeah, yeah, I'm way behind) so I'm gonna choose that!

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  18. Okay, it's a vampire book, but it's also dystopian in nature, so I'd say The Farm (I think it's coming out soon). It was a real surprise for me and I really enjoyed it.

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  19. I enjoyed so many post apocalyptic and/or Dystopian reads this year. My favorites were Insurgent, Pandemonium, The Poisen Princess, and Enclave :)

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