31 October 2012

HOP Giveaway: Dystopian


This week's giveaway is Fall into Fantasy, co-hosted by My Shelf Confessions and I Am A Reader, Not A Writer, featuring books that are a fairy tale or a book with a happy ending.

The Deets:
  • Giveaway runs from November 1st to 7th
  • Open internationally
  • eBook is in ePub format
  • Winner must respond within 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen
  • Only one copy is up for grabs


Win a Copy of:

The Way We Fall
by Megan Crewe

Fallen World #1



It starts with an itch you just can’t shake. Then comes a fever and a tickle in your throat. A few days later, you’ll be blabbing your secrets and chatting with strangers like they’re old friends. Three more, and the paranoid hallucinations kick in.

And then you’re dead.


When a deadly virus begins to sweep through sixteen-year-old Kaelyn’s community, the government quarantines her island—no one can leave, and no one can come back.

Those still healthy must fight for dwindling supplies, or lose all chance of survival. As everything familiar comes crashing down, Kaelyn joins forces with a former rival and discovers a new love in the midst of heartbreak. When the virus starts to rob her of friends and family, she clings to the belief that there must be a way to save the people she holds dearest. 

Because how will she go on if there isn’t?



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48 comments :

  1. I love how it is so possible that this kind of world and knowing that we don't.

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  2. I like when you get to find out how the world becomes the way it does and see how people think others would act if things started to crumble in our own world

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  3. what I love most about dystopian novels is that through them I find a different world and think, why not? :)

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  4. I love reading about what-ifs in dystopian books. ;)

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  5. I like it because they're always full of suspens since the characters try to do everything to survive.

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  6. I like it because first of all, they're always really exciting and full of action and also because dystopian novels are almost like a warning. This is what could happen to humanity if we're not careful.

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  7. i love how they survive when there are chaos everywhere...

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  8. I love reading the authors perspective of future :))

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  9. I like it because of the survival aspects and how real love can blossom even in the midst of some crazy dystopian society.
    Thanks for the giveaway! :]

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  10. Thanks for posting this great giveaway. I am following you via GFC. Hope I win! I just read Under the Never Sky and really enjoyed it.
    Moises
    Fiction Playground

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  11. Our world has become far too busy - one of the things I like about dystopic novels is that people have to start from scratch, and often much of the 'busy-ness' of our lives has to fall away.

    jochibi AT yahoo DOT com

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  12. I love that dystpoian novels warn us against the dangers we could potentially create for ourselves as a society. It's sobering to read them.

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  13. I like the survival aspects of dystopians.

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  14. THE WAY WE WALL sounds super good! Adding to my TBR.

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  15. In Dystopian books there is a whole new world,so what's not to love in em?

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  16. I like seeing a possible future that the author has created and how the characters deal with what is happening! Thanks for this amazing giveaway - I would love to win!

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  17. I'm not sure what I like best but they always have great survival stories and strong characters! Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  18. I just like imagining what the world could be like, yet with the element of not having to worry that it would be like that. Very interesting.

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  19. I definitely like the survival at all costs aspect of dystopian fiction, but also, I'm a bit morbid so I also enjoy the way most dystopians explore the darker aspects of human nature.

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  20. How they survive and the situations they're put in!

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  21. I love reading how the authors come up with different setting and plots. And how different it is from us. :)

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  22. I like how they're a way of speculating about the future without needing to present your predictions as accurate.

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  23. I like having the unexpectedness take me by surprise and let the author awe me with their created worlds

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  24. I like it because first of all, they're always really exciting and full of action and also because dystopian novels are almost like a warning. This is what could happen to humanity if we're not careful.

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  25. The description of the worlds, uniqueness of coulds, and all around unusualness...

    Beckey

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  26. I like dystopia because it always had some forcefully-made heroes, the fact that it can become real, descriptions of the worlds... all of it!

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  27. It shows you and can always be worst

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  28. I love reading dystopians to see how the characters overcome difficult situations! And the possibilities seem endless! Plus the world-building especially appeals to me <3
    Mary DeBorde (M.A.D.)

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  29. I love reading dystopians because of its creative world-building.

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  30. Because they have to use their b rains and their guts to survive.. ;)

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  31. I just love an interesting plot.

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  32. I love reading how the societies have changed and become blinded to what the higher ups are doing to them. Also I find it interesting how the main character finds out that their seemingly perfect lives are actually not perfect.

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  33. The character developements, the strong protagonist, and the crazy; what hasnt been but could become; worlds.

    Thank you for your giveaway!

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  34. I like seeing how the world has changed and how society functions. Seeing how people act and how they're different is really interesting.
    Thanks for the chance at winning!

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  35. I enjoy reading dystopians because it's so easy for a skeptical person like me to see our future in those societies.

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  36. I like reading about what the world could be in the future. Most of them are unrealistic, but I love reading author's takes on the future of our world.

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  37. One thing I like is the hopelessness because you get to read about characters finding the hope (in a hopeless world). And I absolutely love imagining myself in a world where you have to survive and fight to live. Which is strange but it's interesting to imagine.

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  38. I have always like Dystopia, for the same reason as you lol ... a learning curve.

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  39. This book sounds absolutely fantastic! I get lost in books with similar themes and devour them in a day or two, lol! Great choice for a prize. Thank you so much for your generosity and for hosting this amazing giveaway on your blog. :D (Angie Edwards)

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  40. I like seeing different versions of what could happen in the future!

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  41. I like reading about the different survival methods, and how the characters change during the novel.

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  42. always like reading about dark futures - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  43. I like when they have realistic, well though out possible futures.

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  44. i like the world building and how the dystopian society changes in the course of the book/s.

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  45. I love reading this genre because it is almost a precautionary story on what we have the ability to become! Thank you for the chance to win! =)

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  46. I love the different ways the societies are broken up and what becomes the threat. I love the realization that no matter what the intensions are human nature always corrupts it.

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  47. Most of dystopian is unrealistic, but very interesting to read how people cope with (usually) catastrophic scenerios.
    Bonnie Hilligoss/bonhill@speakeasy.net

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