Sunday, 21 December 2014

New Year's Giveaway.



2014 has been a wonderful year of books - if only we had time to read them all :) On Christmas Eve, I'll be revealing the top five books I read this year but for now I want to know the one 2014 release you think I need to make sure I've read.


Comment below with:
the one 2014 book you would recommend to me and one of you, chosen at random, will win a £20/$20 Amazon voucher on New Year's Day.

Terms:
Comment below with a book released in 2014 you'd recommend. Books which weren't 2014 releases won't count and entries telling me you can't pick a book won't either - I just want some fab book recommendations!
Giveaway ends 23.59 UK time on 31/12/14.
One winner will be picked using random.org and will win a £20/$20 Amazon voucher.
Open worldwide.

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I hope you all have a lovely Christmas and a healthy, happy new year!

Also, don't forget to check out my 2000 followers giveaway here where you can win one new book a month for six months and more :)


56 comments:

  1. I loved Little Lies by Liane Moriarty & The Last Anniversary is on my wish list.

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  2. This is so sweet and generous. I would recommend Proud of You by Mary Wood. I think you would love it. xx

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  3. I would say we were liars by E. Lockhart, never saw it coming!

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  4. My favourite 2014 release has been The Unfinished Symphony of You and Me by Lucy Robinson!
    Thanks for the fab giveaway Sophie! xx

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  5. Hello From the Gillespies by Monica McInerney is a great read. Well drawn characters and a unique story line.

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  6. This one is easy for me I would definitely recommend The Separation by Dinah Jefferies. A brilliant debut I can't say enough good things about :)

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  7. Great giveaway, as always Sophie! I would recommend More Than This by Patrick Ness, a book completely out of my comfort zone which I loved :)

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  8. Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healy was my No.1 of 2014!

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  9. It's got to be Judas Scar by Amanda Jennings followed by drumbeats. Good luck and here's hoping 2015 is brighter xxx

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  10. Loving the variation and how no two books have been the same.

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  11. Sorry hitnpublish by accident.
    In The Blood Lisa Unger one of the best most chilling novels I've read in years,

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  12. I loved The Sunrise by Victoria Hislop

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  13. My best read of 2014 was The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes, Merry Christmas x

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  14. I just loved reading Cuckoo Song by Frances Hardinge which I really recommend :) Happy holidays!

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  15. Shadowplay by Laura Lam was a wonderful read! (But you need to read Pantomime first ;) )
    Thank you for doing this!

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  16. One of my favorire reads this year was Stolen songbird, a truly magical story.
    Thank you for the giveaway and happy holidays :)

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  17. I'd recommend Surrounded by Water by Stephanie Butland - think you'd like it Sophie xx

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  18. I'd totally recommend Cinder. If you've read that already, Howl's Moving Castle and Cosmic :3

    Thanks so much for the giveaway and the chance to win xD

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  19. "The Night the Rich Men Burned" by Malcolm Mackay. Suspense at its best!

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  20. The Secret Place by Tana French - stuck in my mind for ages afterwards, especially every time I passed a big poster for it on the underground.

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  21. I actually didn't read all that many new releases this year. The best one I did though was probably Little Mercies by Heather Gudenkauf.

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  22. One book that I would definitely recommend is Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch! Thank you!

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  23. What a nice thing to do! I would recommend The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson. It's so haunting and very respectfully handles some really tough issues. I loved it! Happy New Year!! :)

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  24. Wait, just one book? There have been so many great books! My favorite of the year was by far Compulsion by Martina Boone though Let's Get Lost, Open Road Summer, and Since You've Been Gone are close. Thank you!

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  25. One of my favorites from this year (and possibly of all time) was Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews, an adult urban fantasy! I tend to read YA contemp. or fantasy, but I've been reading more adult fiction recently. Burn for Me started out a little bit slow, but the slow burning romance was fantastic. I can't wait for the next one!

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  26. Ooh, this is a toughie! I think I'd recommend The Love Song of Miss Queenie Hennessy by Rachel Joyce. I LOVED this book- it made me laugh, it made me smile and it made me cry. I really thought it was something special & I hope you enjoy if you do decide to read, Soph! Holly xx

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  27. Loved Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo!! It was the perfect end to an awesome trilogy!

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  28. Since you're making me choose,:) probably Cinder and Ella by Kelly Oram. It was an emotional and fun YA novel that I still think about. Hard to choose there were a lot of good books released this year.

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  29. I am totally looking forward to Die Again: A Rizzoli & Isles by Tess Gerritsen

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  30. i dont think iv read any books from this year. im still trying to get through all the rest of the ones i own lol

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  31. Thirst by Kerry Hudson was heart-breaking and brilliant.

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  32. Big little lies by Liane Moriarty is great a very novel kind of mystery that I thoroughly enjoyed

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  33. Only one? Fine. Ten Tiny Breaths by K.A. Tucker. :)

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    1. Oops. Didn't see the 2014 released terms. In that case, definitely The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson. Wonderful fantasy. :)

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  34. I've just read Scarlet and Lady Thief by AC Gaughen and absolutely loved it! Thanks for the giveaway:)

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  35. Thank you so much for the chance. I hope you have a wonderful holiday. I can't remember if I seen you review it or have any interest in reading it but I enjoyed Boys Like You by Juliana Stone. :)

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  36. I'd highly recommend you The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski! Thanks for the gvieaway!

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  37. I'd recommend The Dead Wife's Handbook by Hannah Beckerman, an amazing book!

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  38. I'd recommend Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas, It's such an amazing book that there's just too much awesomeness in it. :)

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  39. The Red Rising by Pierce Brown.

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  40. Something Sweeter by Candis Terry - this book is wonderful contemporary romance :)

    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays :)

    Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  41. Open Road Summer! I wasn't initially sold, but I'm so glad I gave it a go. I LOVED it. I now see why there was so much hype!

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  42. I would recommend Silver Rain by Jan Ruth.

    Happy New Year Sophie

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  43. The book I would like is the year I met you by Cecilia AHern. I have always been a big fan of hers. X

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  44. For me, it would have to be The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan - Blew me away. I was crying at the introduction :) I thoroughly recommend it, Sophie :) Hope you have a boss 2015 x x

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  45. The Kiss of Deception !!!!

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  46. Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson

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  47. Isla and The Happily Ever After is wonderful :)

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  48. I would recommend Waiting for Doggo by Mark B. Mills. It was brilliant! :) x

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  49. Before the Fall by Juliet West! Absolutely incredible Soph! Thanks for another great giveaway xxx

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  50. I absolutely loved Rites of Passage by Joy N. Hensley, great read by this debut author.
    Thanks for the giveaway and happy holidays! :)

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  51. I loved Tiny Acts of Love by Lucy Lawriez, a funny, touching and real look at life of new parents and Gone by Anna Bloom just blew me away with its lyrical description and raw, open heart.

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  52. I just finished reading The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North. It's an intriguing sci-fi book with the premise that some people relive their lives repeatedly. It's really cool and kept me turning the pages.

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