Book Review Giveaway – Win a Book I Reviewed in December/January

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Welcome to my (usually) monthly giveaway! I love to share the books I love with other people, and each month one winner will get to pick one of the books I reviewed the previous month. First, please congratulate my November winner:

Kristia M. selected The Girl with Ghost Eyes by M.H. Boroson

Due to my lack of reviews in December, I decided to skip my giveaway last month, but now I’m doubling up! This month TWO WINNERS will get to pick one of the books I reviewed in December or January, and as usual, this is an international giveaway.ย Please note: prizes come from The Book Depository, so please make sure they ship to your country before you enter. Also, I reserve the right to select the edition of the book that is most affordable for me! For example, you might get a US or a UK edition, hardcover or paperback, it kind of depends on what’s available.

In the past two months, I only gave out one five-star review, so I’ll have to say that The Fifth Season was my favorite book of this batch. But check out all these books you get to choose from! Click on the titles to read my reviews:

five stars

The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin

four and a half

All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders

City of Blades by Robert Jackson Bennett

Envy of Angels by Matt Wallace

Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson

The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

four stars

Lustlocked by Matt Wallace

Best of Apex Magazine edited by Jason Sizemore & Lesley Conner

Sanctuary Bay by Laura J. Burns & Melinda Metz

Drake by Peter McLean

The Drowning Eyes by Emily Foster

three and a half

The Last Weekend by Nick Mamatas

Binti by Nnedi Okorafor

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Posted February 15, 2016 by Tammy in Book Review Giveaway, Giveaways / 39 Comments

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39 responses to “Book Review Giveaway – Win a Book I Reviewed in December/January

  1. Marian

    Meant to say (still excited about City of Blades) it is so cool you can do these giveaways, and thanks for doing them.

  2. Marian

    (Having not hit “post comment” on my original comment, she said sheepishly)

    Congratulations, Kristia!

    Just now finished City of Blades and it was splendid. Really looking forward to The Fifth Season, so I’m glad to know you liked it.

    (I think I’m done now.)

  3. Ana Mafalda Valente

    In January I read Me Before You and I was not expecting to like it as much as I did! ๐Ÿ™‚ It was adorable

  4. Kerry K

    Wow, I am not sure I can pick one “favorite”. I’ve read so many good books in just the last month. I can tell you this months favorite so far…Taurus by Kim Faulks

  5. Steal the Sky by Megan O’Keefe. Not at all what i expected. Really loved how she worked magic into this one mysterious substance so many ways.

  6. Penny Olson

    I haven’t read any of them so any one of them would be a treat, but you gave The Fifth Season five stars so I’ll pick that one. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. BookLady

    The Fifth Season sounds fascinating. My favorite January book was Feverborn by Karen Marie Moning.

  8. Mary G Loki

    I was only able to read Santuary Bay. It was a page turner but it started to become more unbelievable and ridiculous by the end. :/

  9. My favorite book of January probably was Hyperion, it was re-read but I loved it even more the second time around! ๐Ÿ˜€

  10. Penny

    I just got a copy of Shallow Graves and look forward to reading it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  11. vero

    Walk on Earth a Stranger or The Fifth Season are my favorites, boths are my list, I hope read them soon

    You read great books

  12. Margo

    I’ve already read The Fifth Season, City of Blades, and a couple of the others, but I really want to read Charlie Jane’s All the Birds in the Sky. So I’d love to win that one if the gods of random favor me. If they don’t, I know where to get it.
    My catch phrase these days seems to be, “So many good books, so little free time.”

  13. Dan Denman

    The Fifth Season sounds really good to me. Several of the others sound like good reads, too.