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Summer Giveaway Hop

I can't believe how quickly the summer went by! In honor of my favorite time of year, I am participating in the Summer Giveaway Hop being hosted by Imareadernotawriter and BookHounds. Woo hoo!



I think I have a great prize up for grabs this time around. I am offering up the first book in Neil Shusterman's super creepy dystopian series: Unwind. So if you haven't had a chance to read this book, now is your chance. Plus, the second book--Unwholly-- will be coming out later in August! I promise you, this book will leave you gasping. It's like nothing I have ever read before.

Not sure what Unwind is about? You can read my review HERE to decide if it's for you. You can also check out the synopsis for the second book, Unwholly, HERE. (You may even want to go ahead and pre-order your copy!)

The rules:

* You must complete the Rafflecopter form below.
* You must be 13+ to enter
* You must have a US shipping address (no INT shipping)
* You must reply to the confirmation email within 48 hours.

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Comments

  1. Ohhh, is "the scene" where they remove all the organs from a kid? x

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  2. Christina K. in the rafflecopter

    Probably the organ removal scene! Sounds awesome:)

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  3. Thanks so much for your book giveaway. Unwind sounds like the perfect book for my daughter that absolutely loves dystopian novels. :) (Course mom here loves them too....wink). Love summer and reading on my front porch and "escaping" with a good book. :) Thanks again.

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  4. Ooops, I didn't read the "fine print" before commenting. :) I'm going to guess organ removal. :)

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  5. After reading your review...I HAVE to read this book. Adding to my TBR list right now. I am guessing from review that "the scene" is about organ removal!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. I'm guessing something really gory and bloody? Thanks for the giveaway!

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  7. Thanks so much for participating -- I shared!

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  8. it's about the organ...

    thx u for the giveaaway :)

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  9. Stopping by for the blog hop. New follower.

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  10. Something gross and very graphic I'm guessing! Really want to read this! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. Possibly a death scene??...
    tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

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  12. Ohhhh, this book sounds dark, creepy and great. I think "the scene" is a scene where they cut a child up in pieces.

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  13. Someone getting chased by the police?

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  14. Wow, I read your review and I SO want to read this book...it sounds right up my alley. I'm going to guess that 'the scene' is one of the more disturbing parts in the book...having to do with blood and gore.
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    jackieinmi67@gmail.com

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  15. A pivotal moment for the main character that determines which direction life will move in the future? Like my rambling?

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  16. Is it of someone being unwound? *shivers*

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  17. Probably the organ removal scene.

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  18. death?? or a very bloody scene??
    thanks for making this international!

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  19. Ooh I know! But that doesn't help since I've read the book lol. It's the unwinding scene. Love this book!

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  20. I have no idea!! Something that the main character isn't supposed to see....

    Thanks for the giveaway! This book sounds awesome!

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  21. The scene...
    maybe a VERY terrifying or disturbing one. I'm not sure! But I do heard a lot from this book. Gotta read it, hopefully I'd win!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. I can't imagine (possibly removing a kids organs), all I know is I have to read this book so win it or buy it, I will have a copy.

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  23. Uhm... someone narrowly escaping being unwound? I have no clue, but your enthusiasm for the book is completely contagious, because I definitely want to read it now.
    Tracy Awalt Juliano.

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  24. I'm guessing that "the scene" has to do with the "unwinding" process
    Lisa Hackney
    yankssssrule08 at yahoo dot com

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  25. I have no idea, maybe the process of 'unwinding'?

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  26. I have no clue since I havent read the book but from the other comments it sounds gross!

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  27. Oh gosh...um, probably something nasty...everyone else is saying organ removal, so I'll go with that. Nasty. =P Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. It sounds really scary, whatever "the scene" is! But I love to be spooked out! :D

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  29. Ummm I hope it's a love scene but I'm guessing not LOL

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  30. I know what happens in the "scene" so I won't spoil it for anyone. Thanks for the giveaway! -Rachel

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