Google+ Reading Teen: The Hourglass Door Trilogy and Giveaway!

Friday, June 3, 2011

The Hourglass Door Trilogy and Giveaway!

The Hourglass Door (The Hourglass Door Trilogy) (Hourglass Door (Quality))The Golden Spiral (Book 2 in the Hourglass Door Trilogy)The Forgotten Locket (Hourglass Door Trilogy)

Abby's senior year of high school is textbook perfect: She has a handsome and attentive boyfriend, good friends, good grades, and plans to attend college next year. But when she meets Dante Alexander, a foreign-exchange student from Italy, her life suddenly takes a different turn. He s mysterious, and interesting, and unlike anyone she s ever met before. Abby can t deny the growing attraction she feels for him. Nor can she deny the unusual things that seem to happen when Dante is around. Time behaves differently when they are together traveling too fast or too slow or sometimes seeming to stop altogether. When the band Zero Hour performs at the local hangout, Abby realizes that there s something dangerous about the lead singer, Zo, and his band mates, Tony and V. Oddly, the three of them are also from Italy and have a strange relationship to Dante. They also hold a bizarre influence over their audience when performing. And Abby s best friend, Valerie, is caught in their snare. Dante tells Abby the truth of his past: he once worked for Leonardo Da Vinci, helping to design and build a time machine. When Dante was falsely implicated as a traitor to his country, he was sent through the machine more than five hundred years into the future as punishment. As the past and the present collide, Abby learns that she holds a special power over the flow of time itself. She and Dante must stop Zo from opening the time machine s door and endangering everyone s future. More than one life is at stake and Abby's choice could change everything. 

Title – The Hourglass Door trilogy
Author – Lisa Mangum
Release Date – Book 3 releases June 9, 2011
Publisher: Shadow Mountain
ISBN
-          The Hourglass Door (book 1) 978-1-60641-635-8
-          The Golden Spiral (book 2) 978-1-60641-093-6
-          The Forgotten Locket (book 3) releasing June 2011, 978-1-60908-0495

Buy the book:  The Hourglass Door, The Golden Spiral, The Forgotten Locket, Buy the set





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I just finished book one in this trilogy, The Hourglass Door, and what a fantastic read!  It really took me by surprise.  Going into it, I had no idea what to expect.  In fact, I thought it would actually be more of a fantasy that took place mostly in the past.  However, it was actually a present-day story with glimpses at the past (mostly Dante's) and the promise of more to come.  The story focuses on Abby's life, which is a perfectly normal teenage life, until she meets Dante, then everything changes.  Throughout the book, different clues are given to us, and Abby, showing us a little at a time what has happened to bring Dante into Abby's life, and what role she will play in his future.

I've never read anything like this book.  I'm discovering that I really love stories about time travel.  I love how all the details fit together, and how you never know what always was, or what can be changed.  I find it all fascinating.  Most of this book seems like a set up for things to come, the end is a definite cliffhanger.  I have a feeling the second book in the series will hold a lot of exciting things.  I'm excited to start it!

If you're as fascinated with Time Travel as I am, you should definitely check out this series!

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Shadow Mountain has graciously offered us a FULL SET of this series to give to one of you!!

To enter:
  • US Only. 
  • 13 years or older. 
  • Leave a comment telling us what time period you would travel to if you could. 
  • +1 for tweeting about this giveaway. (The Hourglass Door Trilogy Giveaway on @ReadingTeen http://bit.ly/m7WREI #TimeTravel)
  • Giveaway ends June 17th.


Content:
  • Sexual Content:  Mild
  • Profanity:  Minor
  • Violence:  Mild/Moderate
For more details, check out The Hourglass Door on Parental Book Reviews.

94 comments:

  1. Definitely the Renaissance. Wow, the ideas the creativity the energy...

    TweetyB99 at aol dot com

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  2. I've read book one and enjoyed it. Would love to be in this contest.

    As for time period, there are too many fun ones. My first choice though would probably be Shakespeare's London.

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  3. I would love to travel to England and Irish war. I have always loved that time period.

    aprilmom00 at gmail dot com

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  4. I would travel back to the 1300's, during the plague. That time has always fascinated me. But that's assuming that I don't have to actually GET the plague while I'm there!

    nmetolen@gmail.com

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  5. I'd travel back to the US Civil War. I'm just so terribly fascinated by the time period.

    ashley.mckinsey(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  6. I would love to travel to the Victorian Era and live to see the history of the golden era be written.

    Le.Vanity.Victorienne@gmail.com

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  7. If I could travel through time, I would not want to go backwards I would go forward, maybe 100 years to see what new things are happening in the world. I was a history major, I've read about all that, the past, I want to see the future! These books look fantastic and I would love to read them. cubicleblindness at gmail.com

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  8. Hmm - so many interesting time periods to choose from.. But I think I would travel back to Bible times. I would like to get a glimpse of the Man himself. Or anyone mentioned in the Bible. Ok, the Old Testament is scary. Definitely Jesus' time.

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  9. ive read some of this series and would love a chance to win these books! thanks you guys

    definitely the 1920's NY with all the glitz and glam, Flappers, and speakeasies.

    mel91284(atyahoo(dot)com

    I retweeted the contest http://twitter.com/#!/mel_91284

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  10. Renaissance for sure....

    vidishamun@gmail.com

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  11. I've been enjoying the French Revolution lately, so I'll say that, even though it's absolutely terrifying.

    follower

    Vivien
    deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com

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  12. I'd say the Renaissance, but I need indoor plumbing...lol.
    I'd go to the 60's, love people, love :)

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  13. I've always been a big fan of the WWI era. Obviously, I wouldn't want to have to live through all the war and such, but it was a time where we had some modern conveniences yet it was still old-fashioned enough for life to still be simple.

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  14. The midevial days of knights and kings and jousting! And soup...in a bread bowl :)

    withinpages @ hotmail dot com

    https://twitter.com/#!/lostwithinpages/status/76712208221995009

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  15. I would love to travel back to the Victorian Timer period - I love this time period!!

    PelicanJL[at]hotmail[dot]com

    + Tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/PelicanJL/status/76713559014375424

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  16. I would like to travel to the year 3000 (yes, like the jonas brothers song xD)

    I would like to see flying cars and hoverboards haha

    http://twitter.com/#!/jdrabekscheer/status/76717269903876096

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  17. I would like to travel back to the:
    a) 1600s when J. Sebastian Bach was alive
    b) 1700s when Mozart was alive,
    c) 1800s When Beethoven and Rachmaninov were alive,

    It's this weird dream I have, that maybe If I have lived in the same time peiod I could have visited and asked for some music lessons (ha ha I know, like they would have said yes to a random girl)

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  18. I would DEFINITELY travel to Victorian England. I love everything about that period. Thank you for the giveaway!

    I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/The_BookishType/status/76723935944777728

    Casey
    thebookishtypereviews AT gmail DOT com

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  19. I love love LOVE time travel. I want to read these super bad!

    I want to travel ALL through time, but if I Had to pick one time in the past... probably around 1000 AD to observe the Norseman firsthand.

    And I twitted: http://twitter.com/#!/cmd409

    cmdalton@sbcglobal.net

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  20. I've read the first book and liked it a lot! But I'd LOVE to read the next two! :) I think I'd want to travel to the 1920s and check out a speakeasy. Hmm...or maybe ancient Greece and see where all my favorite myths came from. :D

    onepagereviews@gmail.com
    Tweeted: +1 @katiemstout

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  21. This trilogy sounds great. Please enter me into the contest. If I could travel back in time I think I'd head to the 1960's. I know, it's not that far, but I heard so much about it growing up, I want to see it.
    Oh- tweeted at @Dorinewhite

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  22. Twitter Link: http://twitter.com/#!/ariannecruz07

    I would like to travel in the period where people wore corset and did cotillion dances and drank tea.. With vampires included like Vampire Diaries haha but minus the village massacre..

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  23. Wow, so hard to choose as I love history. I would have to narrow it down to the Civil War era or during the reign of Elizabeth I. I love all things having to do with both times and would love to be able to see for myself.

    http://twitter.com/#!/tanemax/status/76725546557521920

    tanemaxx20(at)gmail(dot)com

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  24. I would LOVE to visit Ancient Egypt!! Its such a fascinating country that leaves you wondering "How on Earth did they do what they did?" Thanks for the contest!!
    -Ally

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  25. I would want to travel to 1950's America or the Regency era in England.

    Crystal816[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  26. I would want to travel to England during the Victorian era.

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/Emma015/statuses/76733826587574273

    findjessyhere at gmail dot com

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  27. Not up on this series. The trailer is very intriguing. It seems pretty unique.

    I would want to travel back in time to the 18th century - it seems interesting.

    Here's my tweet http://twitter.com/#!/StuckInBooks/status/76735702301282304

    valerie(at)stuckinbooks.com

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  28. I just finished reading A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray, so I think I would love to travel back to Victorian England!

    ~Asheley T.
    asheley.tart@gmail.com

    Thanks!

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  29. I would love to visit the Victorian era. Imagine the dresses!

    GFC follower

    thegirlonfire27 at gmail dot com

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  30. I would travel back to the colonial period!
    I love these books. They are so awesome.
    4everareader@comcast.net

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  31. This series sounds fascinating! If I were to travel back in time, I think I'd like the 1940s. The fashion was amazing & women were actually feminine! I also like the pre-Victorian/Victorian era... 'cause it's just awesome. :)

    OH! I also tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/litzalou/status/76742533832642560

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  32. The Wild Wild West. On the frontier women were necessary to SURVIVE and were treated like equal partners (sometimes). If I could be Doris Day in Calamity Jane, even better.

    Amy
    bookgoonie at yahoo.com

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  33. I would definitely travel to the 1920's first when there were flappers, crazy jazz, gambling and speakeasies. Then I would travel to the 50's so I could go to a taping of I Love Lucy and meet them all.

    Survivorluvr33@hotmail.com

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  34. I would love to go to early 18th century England... I love the style of that period of time

    mf060784 at gmail.com

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  35. Victorian England in the early 18th century would be pretty cool...

    amercnchic@aol.com

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  36. I would love to travel back to.. oh lets see... early ages of Native Americans, back before the U.S of A was formed. I just love their culture(s).

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  37. I would travel back to WWII and the Holocaust. Seems weird I know...lol

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  38. I'd love to see Ancient Egypt... or check out what my dad's ancestors were doing before the settlers showed up in America. But if I were a guy, I'd go for the Renaissance. Women had little say in anything in that time period. Great giveaway! :)

    aveelachild@gmail.com

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  39. The Victorian time period has always fascinated me :)

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    alicia.aatran@yahoo.com

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  40. I would travel back to probably the Renaissance. =] ...love the vibe

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  41. I want to go to Italy in the 1700's.

    terilhack at yahoo dot com

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  42. I want to go to the fabled time of Ireland and see the Sidhe.

    kasuranna at yahoo dot com

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  43. Well some of my favorite books are Pride and Prejudice and Wuthering Heights, so I'd love to travel back to the Victorian era!

    tripisu(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  44. I think I would like to visit the Restoration period for some great comedic theatre, but not for long - I like my modern conveniences.
    rickimc[at]aol[dot]com

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  45. These sound great, thanks so much for giving the chance to read these books and for having the giveaway!

    korra_950(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  46. I would travel into the future and take along all my dystopian novels to use as survival guides...just in case. Honestly, it might be interesting to be back in time for a day or two, but women having few rights, lack of air conditioning, lack of life-saving medication--that would get old fast. I want to see what the future holds. Or I'd like to see what someone from the past thinks about the world today.

    Amy // amyismyfriend at aol dot com

    +1 Tweeted: https://twitter.com/#!/ArtsyBookishGal/status/76849962704572416

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  47. Ah, I forgot to say what time I would go back to the 1930's, I would have loved to have met my great grandpa, sorry I didn't include this in the last comment.

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  48. I would love to travel to the medieval time period. Knights and sword fighting and princesses... sure it was a difficult time but also so romantic. :)

    Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/Leecheeeee_3LB/status/76851418023211008

    iLiveiLaughiLoveBooks@gmail.zom

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  49. Hello there. Sounds like a great read!
    The time period I'd love to travel to is the Renaissance Era. Just so I could wear the pretty gowns! LOL. Thanks for a chance in the awesome giveaway.

    Tweeted under: http://twitter.com/#!/1midnightwish

    Thanks,

    Felicia.

    fchien16@gmail.com

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  50. I would love to travel to the Victorian era, awesome!
    tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/YearofTiger86/status/76872089021333504

    Morganlafey86(at)aol(dot)com

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  51. This may seem boring, but I would love to travel back to the 80's. I didn't enjoy them enough when I lived in it, but that was probably because I was a child, and I in no way want them to come back permanently. A short visit would be a blast though!

    stimble(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  52. Would love to travel back to Victorian Times
    Tweeted
    http://twitter.com/jenhedger/status/76882722466959360
    jenhedger at hotmail dot com

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  53. I'd definitely travel back to the Renaissance! Thanks for the giveaway~ this series looks great!

    Tweet-https://twitter.com/#!/Adidaswbm/status/76887529957244928

    Sophia L.
    sophiayunjin at gmail dot com

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  54. Wow, this series looks awesome and I really, really want to win!
    I love history and I think the Napoleonic Wars would be a fascinating time to visit, or the reign of Richard the Lionheart, or Ancient Egypt, or Ancient Greece, or the English Civil War, or...sorry, so many eras, so few methods of time travel. :)

    tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/LiederMadchen/status/76887926390276096

    liedermadchen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  55. i would love to be in the mid to late 1800s in England.

    https://twitter.com/#!/jramos1289/status/76889332052529152

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  56. The future not sure how far, maybe a few hundred years.

    frellathon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  57. Tweet

    http://twitter.com/#!/frellathon/status/76920702640472064

    frellathon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  58. I would love to go back to the time period of King Arthur and Camelot. I find that period very interesting. Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this series. It sounds very good. Tore923@aol.com

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  59. I would go back to Victorian England if it had to be a real place, and Camelot if it were all in my vivid imagination!
    Thanks for a great giveaway! I really want to read this series now:)
    jwitt33 at live dot com

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  60. These books sound AWESOME!

    I would travel, probably, to ancient Rome. Or Ancient Egypt! I love those time periods!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/wordsrollon/status/77011097697259520

    ambience.of.rain {at} gmail.com

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  61. I would love to go to the 1920s for the flappers. I loved how women were paving their way.

    janaevw @ gmail . com

    And I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/janaevw/status/77052800328142848

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  62. I've been wanting to pick this series up for a while now, but haven't, so thanks for the giveaway!

    If I could travel back in time, I think I'd go to Victorian England (not very creative, I know) or maybe to ancient Egypt.

    wickedawesomebooks(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  63. Forgot to add that I tweeted it too:
    http://twitter.com/#!/Nikkayme/status/77061234796658688

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  64. When wouldn't I want to travel back to? Lately I've been really interested in the American wild west. So, I'm thinking mid-1800s. I'd like to see the Oregon Trail and what life was like once I finally made it out west!

    jacqueline.c.goodman AT gmail DOT com

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  65. These sounds really really good! Thanks for the giveaway.

    I'd like to travel back to the 1950's just to see how much it ISN'T like Happy Days :) I'd also like to travel to any time I got to wear big pretty dresses!

    Tweeted: http://twitter.com/justkeepreading/statuses/77114166938312704

    themgowl at gmail dot come

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  66. Wow! these books look fantastic! I'm in for this great giveaway!

    what time period you would travel to if you could? I would choose Tutor England.....To see this Dynasty of fabulous rulers and the incredible changes that country went through.
    I tweeted your giveaway
    http://twitter.com/#!/scarletredwill/status/77136098513518592

    Thanks for the chance
    veltara(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  67. I'm going to be totally cheesy here and say I would love to go back to the late 50's early 60's. Growing up, it was just my mom, me and my sis and we were extremely close and I loved our weekends together when my mom would tell us stories of her childhood and growing up. She'd put the music she used to listen to on and we would have a huge dance party in the living room and she'd swing us around and throw us up in the air. To this day, I still love that style of music and would love to go back to that time and see everything she described

    Would love to read these books, they sound amazing. Thanks for the chance

    tweeted-http://twitter.com/#!/joleneallcock/status/77137065317367809

    june111(at)att(dot)net

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  68. Thank you for the giveaway!!! :D

    Hmm... I'm going against the grain here and I'm going to say I'd like to travel back to the 1980's. (I was born in '94) I know, I know, not that long ago... But to me, the world has changed a lot since then. I'd like to see how it was when items were less expensive, music was actually GOOD, high pants were the fashion, hair styles were so different, and you could walk in most places alone without worrying about getting mugged. Plus, I've always wanted to play at a real old-school arcade (;

    I tweeted:

    http://twitter.com/#!/OneOfAKind308/status/77178863553228800

    Thanks again!

    ~Susan

    oneofakind308@gmail.com

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  69. I would travel to the 1960's (think Mad Men) because the fashion and whole atmosphere is amazing!

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  70. I think I would want to go back to the 1960's

    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  71. great giveaway
    follow via gfc
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    Love to go back to the Civil war era

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  72. Thanks for hosting! Great question!
    I first thought Renaissance - (with better bathrooms), or perhaps King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
    Please enter me - old gfc follower.
    bevsharp@desch.org

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  73. I would like to go to WW2 because I am deeply interested in the Holocaust and that time period. :D

    michellejue007 @ gmail.com

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  74. I would travel to the WWII time period.

    thelivelyreader at gmail dot com

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  75. I'd have to lean towards medieval times...

    jlongiaru (at) usmhs (dot) org

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  76. I really enjoyed reading the first two books and I can't wait to read The Forgotten Locket. Thanks so much for having this giveaway!

    If I could travel back in time, I think it would be in the Victorian era in London.

    http://twitter.com/#!/betweenbookends/status/77888548983939074

    hollyjolly89@gmail.com

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  77. Definitely the Medieval period (Middle Ages) or the Renaissance. Oh, to meet Leonardo da Vinci!

    I tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/truebookaddict/status/78022666853953536

    Thanks for the chance!
    truebookaddictATgmailDOTcom

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  78. I would go to Jane Austen's time, first choice. Then perhaps something cooler like King Arthur's time :o)

    Tweeted! : http://twitter.com/#!/imabookshark/status/78087440732143617

    imabookshark AT yahoo DOT com

    Thanks!
    Mickey @ imabookshark.blogspot.com

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  79. The late 1890's out West would be my choice.

    http://twitter.com/#!/alterlisa/status/78260913395867648


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    http://lisaslovesbooksofcourse.blogspot.com/

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  80. If I could time travel I would like to go back to Medieval Europe or to the old west. But there are so many times I would like to visit.

    sweetdarknectar at gmail dot com

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  81. Renaissance. No doubt. It was just such an awesome time, well, at least I'd guess it was sense I wasnt really there, but come on! How could it not have been awesome?

    akashi_chan@ymail.com

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  82. I'd like to travel to the late 1700's.

    meredithfl at gmail dot com

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  83. Tweeted

    https://twitter.com/#!/tessaa99/status/79012379635097600

    meredithfl at gmail dot com

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  84. Thanks for the giveaway! I'd like to travel to the future to make sure that we are still here and then I wouldn't have to worry about it!

    Lynsey(AT)narrativelyspeaking(DOT)com

    (I have a US addy I can use if I win)

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  85. I would love to go to the time of the pharoah's BUT it would be nice to be part of the palace lol and not a slave or else that would be a crappy experience =) i really want to see how things worked back then, and how they lived their lives.

    SpadesHigh @ http://SpadesHIghReads.com
    TValeros18 @ gmail [dot] com

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!!
    ^_^

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  86. EXTRA ENTRY:

    Tweeted:
    https://twitter.com/#!/SpadesHigh/status/80326363868966912

    SpadesHigh @ http://SpadesHIghReads.com
    TValeros18 @ gmail [dot] com

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!!
    ^_^

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  87. I'm supposed to pick ONE time period? Great... um... I think I'd want to travel to any time there was a really awesome author around. Talking to Tolkien would be amazing.

    elanor_gamgee@yahoo.ca

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  88. SWEET... I love when I stumble across books I never heard of, but sound like intriguing reads. Thanks ReadingTeen for introducing me to this trilogy & doing this giveaway. I can't wait to go beyond its door!

    If I could travel to any time, I would choose the 12th Century. I love the Arthurian legends, and it supposedly occured during this time. I know it's myth, but I love the background: knights, castles, the dresses, and the chilvery.

    + Tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/#!/Joanna9273/status/80436230667513857

    joanna9273[at]gmail[dot]com

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  89. I would love to see the revolutionary war and the declaration of independance being signed.
    Jennifer K Jovus
    kjovus at gmail dot com
    kjovus.blogspot.com

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  90. I would travel sometime way in the future to see what it is like!

    Tweeted it - http://twitter.com/#!/arick01/status/81553362260201472

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    danceislove27(at)gmail(dot)com

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  91. Honestly, I would want to hit every time period...but I would love to go back to the 1950's. I can't really explain why, but it seemed so innocent yet on the verge of breaking out...I would also love to go back to the 20's and 40's too. Just something that strikes my fancy there!!

    I have heard wonderful things about this series!!

    Thanks!!
    Cici
    cicistheories[at]gmail[.]com
    +1 for tweet

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  92. Court Life in the Renaissance, but only to visit.

    tweet - http://twitter.com/#!/DonnaS1/status/81583432160915456

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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  93. I'm so sad that I missed this giveaway. I actually found your site by looking into whether this series would be appropriate for my 12 year old who is in Jr. High and wants to read the books that a lot of her friends are reading. I finally let her read Twilight books (which I loved by the way) after I told her she had to be willing to discuss some of the more "adult" points in the books. These books sound like they will be ok for her to read. I can't Thank you enough for your sister site that reviews books. I read a lot with my daughter or have read a lot of the books first so I know what she is reading, but especially now that it is summer and she is reading a lot more than me I needed someway of finding out which books I think are age appropriate for her. I especially like your "clean reads," section. I plan on emailing that to her so she has plenty of book ideas to choose from the next time she goes to the library. Thank you, Thank you, Thanks you!

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  94. Desi- I'm so glad you found us!! For our latest "clean reads" you can check this label.

    http://www.readingteen.net/search/label/Clean%20Reads

    I'm sorry you missed the giveaway!!

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