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A Reader of Fictions: Escape from Camp 14 Giveaway

A Reader of Fictions

Book Reviews for Just About Every Kind of Book

Friday, March 23, 2012

Escape from Camp 14 Giveaway

Thanks to the fabulous, friendly folks at Penguin, I have one copy of Escape from Camp 14 for one of my readers. Check out my review here. I don't want to repeat what's already been said, but, to sum up, this is an astounding book.


Also before you leave, you should really consider checking out my other giveaways of which there are four.
  1. Glow by Jessica Maria Tuccelli
  2. Spring Cleaning Giveaway Hop
  3. Kick-Butt Characters Giveaway Hop
  4. 100 Followers Giveaway

The rules are simple. Fill out the Rafflecopter, following the directions therein. This one's US only, sorry! For international folks, go enter the 100 Followers Giveaway, which is international. :)




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7 Comments:

Blogger Heather said...

My favorite historical period to study is the Victorian era, but I'm also kind of obsessed with WWII and the Cold War.

March 24, 2012 at 6:52 PM  
Blogger Helen said...

ancient greece or the renaissance or medieval

March 24, 2012 at 11:58 PM  
Blogger Amy S. said...

My favorite historical period to study is the former Soviet Union. World War II and the siege of Leningrad. The NKVD and the terror of prison camps in Siberia. I commented on your Top 10 reads of 2010. Thanks for the chance to win this book.

March 25, 2012 at 10:09 PM  
Blogger Lilian said...

I like the Yuan or Ming dynasty in China, the forbidden city at its greatest.

March 29, 2012 at 3:32 AM  
Blogger Anita Yancey said...

I really like the old American West and the Civil War.

March 29, 2012 at 8:47 AM  
Blogger JoJotheLibrarian said...

I like studying pre-soviet Russia because it lets me get my Dostoevsky on. Also, it's interesting to see the seeds of batshit-craziness that would come into full bloom after the revolution. Example: there was a time when cookbooks could not include the phrase "let the dough rise," because a censor thought this was a call to revolt. Russia be crazy.

April 1, 2012 at 6:11 PM  
Blogger Marjorie/cenya2 said...

I love reading stories about the Great Depression and the
history of China.

April 5, 2012 at 7:27 AM  

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