Book Review Giveaway! September 2014

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Welcome to the Books, Bones & Buffy Book Review Giveaway, where I try to force convince you to read the books I reviewed the previous month! So, I didn’t write that many reviews, only six, but one randomly selected winner will get to choose one of them. This giveaway is international, provided the Book Depository ships to your country. Last month’s favorite was a tie between Station Eleven and City of Stairs, two very different but equally five-star-worthy books.

Congratulations to last month’s winner…
Carl Scott!
who selected The Martian! (Great choice, Scott!)

Here are the books I reviewed last month (click on the titles below to read my review). And can I just say, look how gorgeous all these blue and gray covers look together!

five stars

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett

four and a half

100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith

four stars

Jackaby by William Ritter

Falling Sky by Rajan Khanna

three and a half

The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley

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Posted October 10, 2014 by Tammy in Book Review Giveaway, Giveaways / 24 Comments


24 responses to “Book Review Giveaway! September 2014

  1. Suz Reads

    My favorite book that I read in August was Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafón! Thanks for this amazing giveaway – I would love to win!

  2. “City of Stairs” looks really interesting – probably because of the many, many very positives reviews that have been popping up in my feed over the last month or so.

    Thank you for making this an international giveaway! I love those!

  3. carlrscott

    Thanks for The Martian, I’ve had other recommendations for it as well. I can never keep up with the latest books but I’ve heard that 100 Sideways Miles is excellent. It’s up for a National Book Award, I think.

  4. I’m definitely curious about Station Eleven. I’m a little tired of all the zombies in dystopias nowadays, so this would be right up my alley.

  5. Josh A

    CITY OF STAIRS was fantastic, and easily my favorite of the month.

    John Scalzi’s LOCK IN was a pretty close second.

  6. Bonnie Hilligoss

    I didn’t read much this summer, but am currently into Opposition. Of your reviews, I am interested in Falling Sky.