Saturday, January 13, 2018

Celebrating 7 Years Stuck In Books Giveaway ~ Day 13



January is Stuck In Books time to CELEBRATE!

It's been 7 years Stuck In Books!

And we celebrate with giveaways!

Visit everyday for a new one!!

Here's today's magic!



From Jess


Illuminae (The Illuminae Files, #1)Gemina (The Illuminae Files, #2)
A hardcover set of Illuminae and Gemina!!

I'm currently reading Illuminae, and honestly & truly, friends, this book is BLOWING MY MIND. It's amazing and clever and giving me emotions and I highly recommend it. 
So, here's a chance to win your very own copy! (PLUS the sequel!)



- One winner will get both books
- INT as long as Book Depository ships to you


29 comments:

  1. I don't remember a book that was such a shock to me, probably because before I have them on my hands I read up a lot about them, but funnily enough, I just finished reading Illuminae a few days ago, and I *was* pleasantly surprised by the format of the book, it was very very cool!

    Thank you so much for the giveaway, and congrats on 7 years of SiB!!

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  2. "What's the last book that shattered your expectations and blew you away?" A graphic novel by Junji Ito, I expect!

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  3. The last book that shattered my expectations was Gone with the Wind.

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  4. The last book that did that was probably Behind Closed Doors by B. A. Paris.

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  5. The Imogen Trager series by James McCrone...not that is blew me away but it is a political suspense series that makes you think !!

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    The Angie Pallorino series by Loreth Anne White, again, a bit of a departure from the romance /paranormal..it is a suspense series with a hint of romance !!

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  6. etched in bones by anne bishop i can't forget it either

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  7. Long Way Down took my breath away and when I think about the ending, I still gasp.

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  8. "The Ghosts on South Battery" by Karen White was a really great book.

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  9. Pen & Xander! I didn't expect much and ended up giving it 5 stars. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  10. Believe it or not these are STILL on my tbr pile *blush*. I have followed here for a few years now, congratulations!

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    1. Last book: Minette Walters' latest, The Last Hours (warning: epic cliffhanger!!)

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  11. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir.
    Thanks for the giveaway and Congrats!

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  12. Pride and Prejudice. I just reread it after many years and it's as wonderful as the first time.

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  13. Has to be CLOUD ATLAS. Quite a ride.

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  14. Pretty Girls by Karen Slaughter :)

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  15. Caraval by Stephanie Garber. It's so magical and special, and it has so many amazing twists! It's my favorite of 2017.

    OMG thank you so much for the chance! I'm dying to have these books in my hands! ♥♥♥

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  16. A Court of Wings and Ruin blew me away.

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  17. I read "No One Ever Asked" by Katie Ganshert a few days ago and it really surprised me. There were parts I didn't like, but I definitely have been thinking about it since I finished reading it!
    Dianna

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  18. Zje city of brass, I knew it's going to be have potential but I was afraid that it' also one of the overhyped books, in the end it was beyond amazing.

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  19. This series has been on my TBR list forever! It sounds amazing.

    Happy 7th year blog birthday! You guys rock. <3
    Michelle

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  20. Bright Side by Kim Holden definitely.

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  21. Nyxia by Scott Reintgen! Loved it1 Thank you

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  22. I just finished The Cruel Prince by Holly Black and that book blew me right off the map!

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  23. The Hated U Give, I expected to like it because a lot of friends told me it was good, but I didn't expect to love it as much and finish it within hours. It was funny, emotional and also about something that is happening.

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  24. It have to be Dark Dreams and Dead Things by Martina McAtee. That book had so many unexpected things happen!

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  25. It was Hour of Mischief my Aimee Hyndman, I like steampunk, this was really enjoyable :-)

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