Book Review Giveaway – Win a Book I Reviewed in March!

I love sharing my thoughts on the books I read, and so each month I go one step further and run a giveaway for a book that I reviewed the previous month. Before I get to the books up for grabs, please help me congratulate last month’s winner:

Zara selected Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough

Well, March sucked when it came to the amount of books I read (seriously, life kind of took over!), but the books I did read were AWESOME. You cannot go wrong with any of these four books! I guess if I had to pick my top two favorites, they would be Phantom Pains and Kings of the Wyld, but seriously, it was a great month for books. One international winner will get to choose one of the following (click on the titles to read my reviews):

Phantom Pains by Mishell Baker

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

Star’s End by Cassandra Rose Clarke

The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi

Ready to enter? Simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below. One winner will be randomly selected on May 1. Good luck!

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Posted April 14, 2017 by Tammy in Book Review Giveaway / 17 Comments

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17 responses to “Book Review Giveaway – Win a Book I Reviewed in March!

  1. The best book I read in March was “The Everywhere Bear” by Julia Donaldson. It’s a lovely little adventure of a teddy bear who gets a bit lost.

  2. Well, at the end of the day it’s all about quality, not quantity and all those books you read and reviewed in March look great reads. Happy Easter, Tammy and here’s hoping April’s books are equally good.
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  3. Nadine

    The best I read was Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel in anticipation of volume two coming out this month.

  4. Margo

    Life took over my March as well. I managed to read Binti: Home and start the Dreamquest of Vellitt Boe, because novellas are less daunting, page-wise. And these 2 have universities and professor so they’re career-relevant, right? I’m going into full Hugo mode as I always do this time of year, so Ninefox Gambit and All the Birds in the Sky are next!

  5. If I had to pick one from your bunch for the giveaway, I’d say “Star’s End” by Cassandra Rose Clark. As for my favorite read of March… Gosh, I don’t even remember what I read last month. XD Oh, wait! Yes, now I’ve thought of a great one: “A Gathering of Shadows” by V.E. Schwab. And if you’re curious, A Conjuring of Light would be a close second. ๐Ÿ˜‰
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  6. todd

    March was a slow month for me, as well. My favorite read was a book from last year, Waypoint Kangaroo by Curtis Chen. Fun sci-fi novel about an interesting spy with a special ability who gets caught up in trouble during a forced vacation.

  7. Jean S.

    My favorite March book was Hunted by Meg Spooner (a Beauty and the Beast retelling). I think I was really in the mood for it considering the new live-action Disney movie was recently released. Thanks for the giveaway!

  8. Keith

    I finally picked up and finished Binti by Nnedi Okorafor. I need to get the second in the trilogy now. ๐Ÿ™‚