Google+ Reading Teen: Second Hand Saturday! A Book-A-Week Giveaway 2

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Second Hand Saturday! A Book-A-Week Giveaway 2



Welcome to Second Hand Saturday!! In an attempt to clear our bookshelves, and pass on great used books to our stalkers followers, Amy, Kit, Abigaile, Austin and I have decided to hold weekly giveaways of some of the books on our bookshelves! Every Saturday, we will post the books available, and the following Saturday, we will announce the winner and our next challenge. The winner will get to choose a book from the list and we will ship it to that lucky person! Each week we will have a different challenge to complete (see below). YOU MUST BE A FOLLOWER TO ENTER!

If you are a blogger, and would like to do your own Second Hand Saturday, shoot us an email and we'll link up!  (ReadingTeen1 at gmail.com)

To see the book on Amazon, click the book name. To see our review (if we've done one) click on PBR for the Parental Book Reviews content review, or RT for the Reading Teen blog review. Good luck!!






Middle Grade

Middle School Confidential Books 1-3 by Annie Fox (PBR)   
Eragon (hardback) by Christopher Paolini (PBR)
Eldest (hardback) by Christopher Paolini (PBR)
Inkheart by Cornelia Funke (PBR)
Inkspell by Cornelia Funke
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling (PBR) (RT)
The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling
Mattimeo (library copy) by Brian Jacques
A Wrinkle in Time and A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L'Engle
Summer Ball by Mike Lupica
Half Moon Investigations (library copy) by Eoin Colfer
Island Girl (library copy) by Sandra Byrd
Hoot (paperback) by Carl Hiaasen
Tuck Everlasting (hardback) by Natalie Babbitt
Nothing But The Truth: A Documentary Novel (paperback) By AVI
Triss (Redwall, Book 15) (paperback) by Brian Jacques
Holes by Louis Sachar



YA books +

Ink Exchange by Melissa Marr (hardback)
Gossip Girl by Cecily Von Ziegesar
You Know You Love Me (Gossip Girl 2) by Cecily Von Ziegesar
All I Want is Everything (Gossip Girl 3) by Cecily Von Ziegesar
Because I'm Worth It (Gossip Girl 4) by Cecily Von Ziegesar
The Gossip Girl Prequel (hardback) by Cecily Von Ziegesar
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson (PBR) (RT)
Thirst No. 1 by Christopher Pike (PBR) (18 and over)
Thirst No. 2 by Christopher Pike (PBR) (18 and over)
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith (PBR) (RT)
Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick (hardback) (PBR)
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (PBR
The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkein (PBR)
Kissed by Angel, Theand  Power of Love, & Soulmates by Elizabeth Chandler (PBR) (RT)
Pretties by Scott Westerfeld (PBR) (RT)
Tempted (House of Night 6) by P.C. Cast + Kristin Cast (hardback)
Witch & Wizard by James Patterson (hardback)
Dark Visions by L.J. Smith (The Strange Power, The Possesed & The Passion)
His Dark Materials (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, The Amber Spyglass) by Philip Pullman
The Lost Girls by Laurie Fox
Last Chance Saloon by Marian Keyes (MA ONLY)
What if....Everyone Knew Your Name (A Choose Your Destiny Novel) by Liz Ruckdeschel and Sara James
The Riddle by Alison Croggon
Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys by Kate Brian
The Lovely Bones (hardback) by Alice Sebold
Evernight (hardback) by Claudia Gray
The Lovely Bones (hardback and paperback) by Alice Sebold
The Shack by William P. Young
Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul:  The Real Deal by Jack Canfield Mark Victor Hansen and Deborah Reber
Excessively Diverted (The Sequel to Pride & Prejudice) by Juliette Shapiro
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister by Gregory Maguire
Crunch Time by Mariah Fredericks
Freckles and A Girl of the Limberlost by Gene Stratton-Porter
 Pride and Predjudice (Paperback) by Jane Austen
Lord of the Flies (paperback) by William Golding
Life, The Universe and Everything: Hitchhickers Trilogy
book 3 (hardback) by Douglas Adams
So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish: Hitchhickers Trilogy
book 4 (hardback) by Douglas Adams
A Darkness Forged In Fire: Book One Of The Iron Elves (hardback) by Chris Evans


To enter this week's giveaway, you must be a follower of this blog, and leave a comment below sharing the best book you've read this year! Extra entry (+1) for telling us why you like it so much).  Extra entries (+1) for Twitter/Facebook follows and Tweets/Shares, and (+2) for Blog Posts or Sidebar (leave links in the comments).  Please leave separate comments for each entry.

Thank You so much for following. We could not would not do this without our followers. Come back next Saturday to see the winner and enter in for another book giveaway!

Want more Second Hand Saturday fun?  Check out Between the Lines!  They're having their own giveaway!




Between the Lines


THIS WEEK'S WINNERS ARE: (3 winners this week!)
Email me at ReadingTeen1 at gmail.com with your book choice!!

Random.org chose Ally:
ally said...My fave book mother would have to be Esmee Cullen. She's just so supportive and outright maternal even though she doesn't even have kids of her own!





Alannah

True Random Number Generator  70Powered by RANDOM.ORG


And my favorite mother comments go to Brodie and Parajunkee:

(Harry Potter comments are always the way to my heart!)

Brodie said...What I love about my mum - she's young at heart. She's a crazy nut some of the time... in a good way LOL. She sacrifices so much so much for me and asks nothing in return. I love her heart, I love her spirit, I love her smile and I love that I was blessed with her as my mother :)

And my favourite fictional mother is, without a doubt, Molly Weasley. She's the best cook in the world, she's managed to keep her sanity after all these years raising Fred and George, she's lovely, gentle, caring and a TOTAL BADA**. Yeah, don't you know it, Bellatrix!





Parajunkee said...What I love about my mom? My mom is rather crazy also (must be a trend), I love her because she has a very big heart and is very trusting. Which can be bad sometimes because people like to take advantage of that.







But, she works this really tough job, where she sees very bad things all day long (she is a court reporter for the head judge at criminal court - oh and we are the murder capital of the US) but she still manages to be a bit innocent and trusting, where others would get jaded and hateful.

She tells us the funny stories about court, like about how the lawyer would get down on his knees to beg the judge to let his client go. She doesn't dwell on the darker side. I think that is wonderful trait in my mom and I love her for it.


Congratulations!

Amy, Andye, Kit, Abigaile and Austin


113 comments:

  1. O just read a book called Crazy. I am in love with it. I have to say it is one of my favorites as of January.

    Valorie at www.TruthBeToldBlog.com
    truthbetold004@gmail.com

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  2. I loved it because of the way it was written. It puts you in the mind of the character the entire time. No where else. No other opinions. Well, there are other opinions, but it's hard to explain without explaining it. lol

    You just have to read it.

    I also loved it because there were points where it literally brought me to tears.

    Valorie at www.TruthBeToldBlog.com
    truthbetold004@gmail.com

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  3. RE http://bit.ly/aJkDvD

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    and here are the links to my side bar
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  4. I'm a follower :)

    allison.d.mason@gmail.com

    my favorite book so far this year is The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson. It is the story of a girl who is juggling the feelings of her best friend/sister recently dying and falling in love for the first time. The pages just fly by, sometimes making you want to laugh and sometimes making you want to cry. It is a very well written, emotionally charged story, and I LOVED it!

    +1 for telling you why I loved it :)

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  5. I'm also a twitter follower @inconceivably

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  6. The best book I've read this year. Hmmm...I'm going to go with The Iron King. So good!

    I'm an old follower!

    longhorn08fan(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. favourite book is (three way tie, i'll choose one xp) The Piper's Son by melina Marchetta
    i'm a follower!

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  8. I love it because of amazing writing, it's melina marchetta (yes, that's a reason), such realistic and believable characters, its an emotional roller coaster, and it brings back characters from Saving Francesca, another favourite of mine :D

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  9. I'm follower #361.

    I just finished reading Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson. I know it's not a new book, but I think it's the best one I've read so far this year.

    melissa[at]yabookshelf[dot]com

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  10. +1 Why I liked it so much: I loved Melinda's attitude - her ironic and sometimes biting thoughts as the novel went along, but what makes me definitely say that this was the best book of 2010 for me is the way she grows and develops into her own voice. She may only be a character in a novel, but I'm proud of her.

    melissa[at]yabookshelf[dot]com

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  11. +1 Twitter follower: @YABookShelf

    melissa[at]yabookshelf[dot]com

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  12. +1 Like on FB: http://www.facebook.com/melissa.montovani#!/pages/Reading-Teen/311799821491

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  13. Winging It by Jenny Gardiner is the best book I've read this year! It's a memoir and tells of her raising family and a vengeful parrot named Graycie!

    I follow.

    mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

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  14. Winging It is a great book. It will make you laugh, and cry. Jenny Gardiner is truly a talented writer. This story will stick with you for a long time. I highly recommend it.

    mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

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  15. +1 RTd your post: http://twitter.com/ReadingTeen/status/14017110199

    melissa[at]yabookshelf[dot]com

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  16. +! Share on FB: http://www.facebook.com/melissa.montovani#!/melissa.montovani

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  17. My favorite book I've read so far this year is Acheron by Sherrilyn Kenyon
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  18. I loved it because I finally got to learn all about the mysterious Acheron (plus he has always been my fave)
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  19. follow on twitter @throuthehaze
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  20. Facebook fan-Rae Pavey
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  21. I love to read eragon always wanted to read that book
    +1 follower
    elizabethcerna2011@gmail.com

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  22. I love to win because I love reading and I think its nice to recycle your books once your done with them
    elizabethcerna2011@gmail.com

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  23. Side bar 1
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  24. side bar 2
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  25. side bar 3
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  26. The best book I read this year is definitly The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. It's amazing. The plot, characters, and action are all big contributors to why I ejoyed it so much. The last book in the series can't come soon enough.

    jennapomme[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  27. Yay! I won :D!

    Best book so far? SHIVER by Maggie Stiefvater!!!!!! Definitely.

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  28. Why??

    I just loved the way Maggie wrote about Sam... he was so passionate yet unselfish about everything! And he sang! LOVED SAM!

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  29. Twitter follower: alannah7

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  30. Facebook follower: Alannah P. Javier

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  31. +2 Sidebar link: http://allyversustime.blogspot.com/p/contests.html

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  32. Inkspell - I felt like I was there. When Meggie went into the castle, I was so proud of her and so filled with dread. I can't wait to read Inkdeath! I'd love to pick a YA from your list!

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  33. (I think I answered this on Facebook! LOL)

    My favourite book this year - and maybe ever - is The Iron King by Julie Kagawa!! :)

    deltree192@live.com.au

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  34. I loved the Iron King so much because...well, I could be REALLY superficial and say I love it mostly because of Ash and that would be true :D :D BUT, I love Julie's writing style...she has a wonderful imagination that just yanked me into the pages, whether I was ready or not! :) You can read a whole review on why I love it so much (including my wish for a boyfriend who hurls icicles LOL) right here; http://whatscrackingcoops.blogspot.com/2010/04/review-iron-king-by-julie-kagawa-some.html

    :) Cheers!
    deltree192@live.com.au

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  35. sidebar (http://www.whatscrackingcoops.blogspot.com) under "contests"

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  36. sidebar (http://www.whatscrackingcoops.blogspot.com) under "contests"

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  37. The best book I've read this year is Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.Exciting, action-packed, gripping, sad, amazing.

    AtenRa http://aten-ra.blogspot.com/ (left sidebar)

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  38. Follower of @Reading Teen on Twitter

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  39. http://twitter.com/Aten__Ra/status/14029873178

    (link to my tweet)

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  40. I am a follower of the blog and my email is : giotav@gmail.com

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  41. I am a gfc follower. The best book this year I have read is Horns by Joe Hill.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  42. I loved it because of the way it protrayed the main character. He was slowly turning into a devil, because of the death of his fiancee. It is also about the secrets we keep from everyone, including ourselves.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

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  43. The best book I've read this year is Hearts At stake by Alyxandra Harvey!


    yavampire(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  44. I loved it because it was fun, action packed and had great characters! :)

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  45. My favorite book so far this year has been Take Four by Karen Kingsbury.

    betweenthelines-kam@hotmail.com

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  46. I loved it because it was a continuation of an ongoing series that it inspirational and heartfelt. It portrays everyday situations and struggles and how the various characters deal with it.

    betweenthelines-kam@hotmail.com

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  47. I follow you on twitter.
    betweenthelines-kam@hotmail.com

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  48. I'm a follower!

    My favorite book read this year was THE BOOK THIEF, by Markus Zusak.

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  49. +1 It's one of my favorite book because it teaches you how important can be books for someone who is living a life soo hard as the protagonist. Besides, you can see how was World War II for someone living in Germany and not being a Nazi.

    I wasn't sure about this book at first, because I wasn't my type of reading. But now I love it!

    magabygc AT gmail DOT com

    International?

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  50. (+1) for Twitter follower (@magabygc) and Tweets: http://twitter.com/magabygc/status/14033330494

    magabygc AT gmail DOT com

    International?

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  51. (+2) Sidebar: http://historias-imaginarias.blogspot.com

    magabygc AT gmail DOT com

    International?

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  52. I am a follower and my favorite book I read this year was The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown. It's actually my favorite book I have ever read!

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  53. I loved it because it has so many turns and really made you thought about everything, not just in the book, but in life. It had you guessing and it makes you sad and happy. I was never so attached to characters before that book.

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  54. I follow you on facebook.

    disneykayla(at)gmail(dot)com
    (forgot email earlier)

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  55. I follow you on twitter.

    disneykayla(at)gmail(dot)com

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  56. http://twitter.com/Disney_Kayla/status/14038358659

    tweet.

    disneykayla(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. The best book I've read this year was Soulless by Gail Carriger. Absolutely wonderful. (I'll tell you why in my next comment lol).

    ambience.of.rain {at} gmail.com
    Am a follower.

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  58. I loved Soulless because it was:
    1) Funny! I laughed a lot. And it's more of dry-wit humor than anything else, which is my favorite.
    2) Language/Writing style. Absolutely yummy (if I could eat words!). Think Pride & Prejudice language but a little more modern with a dash of playfulness/sarcasm.
    3) Historical. It was set in Britain in the 1800s. Again, perfect! They wear corsets, have parasols & drink tea.
    4) Paranormal. The love interest of our wonderful heroine is a werewolf (I'm a werewolf girl more than a vampire girl anyway). And, of course, one of her best friends is a vampire & she's a preternatural (neutralizes paranormal abilities). So fun & creative!
    5) Last, romance. The romance was fun. A little more typical than the other elements I've listed so far, but that didn't diminish the wonderfulness. The heroine & hero bickered, kissed, bickered some more, there was some misunderstanding & then they sorted out enough. And their personalities work together so well I'm looking forward to the next book, but they're not so "happily ever after" perfect that there's no room for more conflict.

    Wonderful book! : ) As you can see, I loved it!
    ambience.of.rain {at} gmail.com

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  59. Twitter follower
    @wordsrollon

    ambience.of.rain {at} gmail.com

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  60. Tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/wordsrollon/status/14042191141

    ambience.of.rain {at} gmail.com

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  61. I'm a follower - christinabean

    I loved, loved, loved Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver. It made me think about the way that girls handle peer pressure and wanting to find your identity. I enjoyed the book so much that I had to write to Lauren and compliment her on her first novel and how it affected me. She even took the time to write me back. I really do applaude authors that spend the time to communicate with their fans.
    clderwee at gmail dot com

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  62. I tweeted
    https://twitter.com/clderwee/status/14043533945

    clderwee at gmail dot com

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  63. I also follow you on Twitter.

    clderwee at gmail dot com

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  64. My favorite book i read this year is "Emma" by Jane Austen.

    melissa
    jedisakora@msn.com

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  65. Believe it or not before this year i had never picked up that particular Jane Austen book. I loved it! For a character that Jane was sure no-one would like but herself; i jadore Emma. ^^

    Melissa
    jedisakora@msn.com

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  66. The best book I've read this year would have to be (so far, of course) The Time Traveler's Wife.

    proudbooknerd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  67. The best book I've read this year would have to be (so far, of course) The Time Traveler's Wife.

    proudbooknerd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  68. Why I like it so much. It had heart. The characters - especially the main character - were so real. Flawed and people I would totally like to know for real. Plus, the plot is so intricately woven, so amazingly detailed. It was VERY, VERY good!

    proudbooknerd(at)gmail(dot)com

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  69. Twitter follower (@ham1299 or @proudbooknerd)

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  70. I like you on facebook.

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  71. +1 Follower

    I read the book Sweetblood by Pete Hautman several weeks ago and really enjoyed it. It's been out quite a while (since 2004 I think) but I just saw it at my local library this year and decided to give it a try.

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  72. +1 Telling why I liked it

    Sweetblood was a realistic vampire tale about a diabetic girl named Lucy who says she is part of the Undead. She is such a great character (I laughed out loud several times) and it was really interesting to watch her form and end relationships, go through the daily struggle with diabetes, talk about "real" vampires, and find herself in the end. Fun and moving at the same time.

    writerquirk@live.com

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  73. +1 Twitter Follower

    writerquirk@live.com

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  74. Best book read this year - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I know, I'm a little left behind! :P
    sena.sagani [at]gmail[dot]com

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  75. I loved it so much because it was a well written story of a courageous and smart girl, with hints of a cute love story :)
    sena.sagani [at]gmail[dot]com

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  76. Twitter follower @senaslc
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  77. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/senaslc/status/14088719207
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  78. Liked you on FB (sena slc)
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  79. Shared on FB: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000677081170&v=wall&story_fbid=122937137733976&ref=mf
    sena.sagani [at]gmail[dot]com

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  80. Sidebar: http://senalovescandy.blogspot.com/
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  81. 2. Sidebar: http://senalovescandy.blogspot.com/
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  82. 1- Blogpost: http://senalovescandy.blogspot.com/2010/05/reading-teen.html
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  83. 2- Blogpost: http://senalovescandy.blogspot.com/2010/05/reading-teen.html
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  84. The best book I have read this year has been The Body Finder.
    bangersis(at)msn(dot)com

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  85. I loved it because it was so unlike anything I have read yet and it kept you on your toes not knowing what was going to happen next. I couldn't put it down.
    bangersis(at)msn(dot)com

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  86. I follow Reading Teen on Twitter @bangersis
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  87. I follow Amy's Twitter @bangersis
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  88. I follow Kit's Twitter @bangersis
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  89. I follow Reading Teen on Facebook Angie Dubisher
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  90. I tweeted http://twitter.com/bangersis/status/14108130753
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  91. I shared on facebook http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=749261319
    bangersis(at)msn(dot)com

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  92. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak is my favorite read this year so far.

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  93. I enjoyed how the story is narrated by Death. He sees so clearly into the characters lives. And I loved how Liesel's love of books brings so many people together.

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  94. The best book I've read this year is...WATER FOR ELEPHANTS.

    Amy
    artsyrockerchick at aim dot com

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  95. What I liked about WATER FOR ELEPHANTS was the unique look at the old circus, the quirky tale, and the strangeness of the plot. Good story.

    Amy
    artsyrockerchick at aim dot com

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  96. What I liked about WATER FOR ELEPHANTS was the unique look at the old circus, the quirky tale, and the strangeness of the plot. Good story.

    Amy
    artsyrockerchick at aim dot com

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  97. The best book that I have read this year has to be The Knife of Never Letting Go - actually, all three of the Chaos Walking series. They are just awesome.

    Sya at www.mountainsofinstead.blogspot.com
    mountainsofinstead@googlemail.com

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  98. The best book I've read this year is Changes by Jim Butcher.

    spav05(at)gmail(dot)com

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  99. Tweet: http://twitter.com/Sparima/status/14329782849

    spav05(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. Sidebar: http://fictionkingdom.blogspot.com/

    spav05(at)gmail(dot)com

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  101. The best book I've read this year is Birthmarked by Caragh O'Brien.

    The writing was so awesome. With attention to detail, Caragh never failed to amaze me. It was simply beautiful. The world she created in Birthmarked was full of unfairness, pain, suffering and eventhough it's like that, I enjoyed my stay there because of the main character - Gaia. I loved her perspective.

    precious_shusky@yahoo.com

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  102. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/precious_shusky/status/14440726927

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  103. linked on sidebar: http://shusky20.blogspot.com/

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  104. lauradunks @ googlemail dot com

    I am a follower. The best book I have read this year is An Abundance of Katherine's by John Green.

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  105. +1 I love it because it is funny and the style/voice is fantastic. I can really visualise all the character's especially Colin. I read it in 48 hours!

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  106. +1 for tweeting http://twitter.com/redtoffee/status/14458318481

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  107. +1 for facebook share (Laura Ann Dunks)

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  108. +2 for sidebar link:

    http://www.lauraanndunks.com/blog.php

    Thank you!

    Laura Ann Dunks

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