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3.18.2012

Giveaway of STARTERS by Lissa Price


STARTERS by Lissa Price is one great book!  I had the chance to read it, and I couldn't put it down.  
I loved it so much, that I want to share it with my followers!  
And what better way than to give away a finished copy?

Here's the dealio, fill out the rafflecopter below.
The giveaway ends on March 31st.
The winner will be emailed, and have 48 hours to respond.
This is INTERNATIONAL, so that's fun.
I'm using The Book Depository, so they must deliver to your country.

Please check out my review of the book because it was so so great!

HAPPY READING!

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30 comments:

  1. I've recently read and loved Legend. I'm getting ready to read Pandemonium, which everyone seems to rave about.

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  2. Yaaay, I have read so many good things about Starters and I can't wait to get my own copy someday.

    Besides the obvious Hunger Games - I really enjoyed Legend by Marie Lu as a YA dystopian novel. The characters are really great and had some awesome chemistry. I don't know if you've already that one, but if you haven't you should totally give it a try.

    And thank you so much for this awesome giveaway - and for making it international. DFTBA

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  3. I haven't been reading too much dystopian/supernatural lately. One of the best I've read lately was Cinder. I just finished Incarnate, but I didn't love it.

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  4. Hunger Games, Divergent, Shatter Me and Legend! :D I'm dying to read more dystopian!

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  5. I liked Hunger Games and The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda. :)
    Thank you for the super awesome giveaway!

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  6. I really enjoyed Pure by Julianna Baggott!

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    1. same here
      plus the hunt by andrew fukada
      eve by anna carey
      article 5 by kristin simmons

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  7. Haven't read any "lately" but I loved Delerium and Uglies

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  8. I loved ASHFALL by Mike Mullin. It was a great read.

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  9. I actually don't read too much dystopian but I loved both Wither and Fever by Lauren DeStefano.

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  10. The Hunger Games and Inside out and Outside in by Maria V. Snyder.

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  11. Bummer, I'm already a member of Random Buzzers :( The last one I read was Divergent and I loved it :)

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  12. I love dystopians! Some of my favorites are The Hunger Games, Divergent, Cinder and Angelfall! :)

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  13. Ditto: The Hunger Games and Divergent.

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  14. Recently I read Revealing Eden, really good dystopian

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  15. Also, I like The Hunger Games and The Giver and the other two companion books.

    Jessy's Bookends @ blogspot

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  16. the hunger games and divergent

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  17. I have been reading dystopian books a lot lately, because I really like them. But the two favourite of them from 2012 so far are Uglies and its sequel Pretties by Scott Westerfeld and Article 5 by Kristen Simmons (You can read my review here: http://willinda-books.blogspot.com/2012/03/review-article-5.html).

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  18. Thanks Goethe amazing giveaway. Some that I have enjoyed are: the Hunger Games, shatter me, matched, across the universe

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  19. I loved Divergent by Veronica Roth & Ashfall by Mike Mullin.

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  20. Noely Jeleen3/26/12, 6:09 AM

    The Hunger Games, Delirium, Pandemonium, and Divergent

    Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  21. I haven't read much dystopian recently, just Article 5 by Kirsten Simmons which I liked, but it did't compare with Divergent for me. I have loads of dystopians on my shelf which I need to get round to: Delirium, Wither, Pure, Mockingjay, Eve....

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  22. I love the Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore.

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  23. I liked Matched and Across the Universe/A Million Suns.

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  24. Recently I really enjoyed The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker.

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  25. I loved Divergent, Tempest, Wither

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  26. The one I read most recently was Article 5. I really liked it--and it brought a spark back to the genre for me. Right now I'm reading Partials--it has some good Post-Apocalyptic elements--but hasn't grabbed me yet.

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