Saturday, October 27, 2012

Literary Blog Hop Giveaway



Welcome to Kristi Loves Books! I'm an avid reader and have been blogging off and on for a little over two years (hoping to be more on going forward). I have diverse tastes, but I gravitate toward literary fiction, most often classics.

My giveaway is international, and you qualify if Book Depository has free shipping to your country. The winner will be shipped one book of their choice from the list below which includes some of my all-time favorites as well as some of my favorite reads this year.

Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
David Copperfield by Charles Dickens
East of Eden by John Steinbeck
Lolita by Vladimir Nabakov
The Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
Villette by Charlotte Brontë
We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins

To enter, just leave a comment with the following information.

1. What is the literary fiction book that you most often recommend?
2. Name the book that you would like to win out of my above listed of favorites.
3. An email address so that I can contact you if you win.

Easy, right? One entry per person, and no hoops to jump through for extra entries. Please no entries after October 31. I will select a winner at random and email the winner within 2 days. The winner will have 72 hours to respond to the email, or a new winner will be chosen. Good luck, and enjoy the rest of the hop!

  1. Leeswammes
  2. Read in a Single Sitting
  3. Ephemeral Digest
  4. My Devotional Thoughts
  5. Devouring Texts
  6. Tony's Reading List
  7. Nishita's Rants and Raves
  8. Too Fond
  9. The Parrish Lantern
  10. Kristi Loves Books
  11. The Book Club Blog
  12. Sam Still Reading
  13. Silver's Reviews (USA)
  14. Bibliosue
  15. Heavenali
  16. Under My Apple Tree
  17. Misfortune of Knowing (North America)
  18. Lena Sledge's Blog
  19. Lost Generation Reader
  20. Seaside Book Nook
  21. The Relentless Reader
  22. Rikki's Teleidoscope
  23. Monique Morgan
  24. That READioactive Book Blog
  25. kaggsysbookisahramblings
  26. Ragdoll Books Blog
  27. Kate's Library
  28. The Book Garden
  29. Uniflame Creates
  30. Curiosity Killed The Bookworm
  1. Ciska's Book Chest
  2. The Book Divas Reads
  3. Alex in Leeds
  4. Simple Clockwork
  5. Bluestalking (USA)
  6. Fresh Ink Books
  7. Sweeping Me
  8. Giraffe Days
  9. Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book (USA)
  10. Books Thoughts Adventures (USA)
  11. emmalikestoread
  12. Colorimetry
  13. Page Plucker
  14. Love, Laughter, and a Touch of Insanity
  15. 2606 Books and Counting
  16. Book Nympho
  17. She-Wolf Reads
  18. The Little Reader Library (Europe)
  19. Booklover Book Reviews
  20. Dolce Bellezza

102 comments:

  1. I would love to win a copy of The Perks of being a Wallflower, please pop my name into your hat:-) One of the best books read this year, The Glass Castle, would highly recommend if you have not yet read it. Also currently reading Shades by Marguerite Poland, stunning book so would have to add that one in too. Here's hoping and Happy Hopping! (purplerob2atgmaildotcom)

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  2. Mostly I recommend To Kill A Mockingbird, but I have recently read a very powerful book: Beloved by Tony Morrison.
    I'd love to get Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White if I win.
    joviemaria at yahoo dot com

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  3. I most often recommend Pride and Prejudice as it's my all time favourite book, although recently I have loved anything by Chris Cleave. I would choose Villette from your list because I have nominated that book for my Classics Club challenge.My email is emmatingay@optusnet.com.au

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  4. 1. I love to recommend the classics, especially Dickens and Poe!
    2. I'd pick The Poisonwood Bible!
    3. danaan at gmx dot at

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  5. I most often recommend Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates as it's so incredibly powerful in terms of emotions (and also a brilliant film).
    I would pick Lolita to read (it's a difficult decision).
    Thanks for offering a great giveaway! My email is samstillreading[at]gmail[dot]com

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  6. Pride and Prejudice is the book I always recommend. Always!

    My choice here would be the Shirley Jackson book.

    mystica123athotmaildotcom

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  7. I most often recommend books by Anthony Trollope - soothing and reliable, like a good cup of tea...

    I'd prefer the Hemingway book as I've got most of the others ;)

    tonysreadinglist at y7mail dot com

    Thanks :)

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  8. I mostly recommend a book I've read recently. At this time, I would recommend "Game of Thrones", but that's not really a literary fictional book (or at least I think so). I do really love the stories of Sherlock Holmes, so I always recommend that ones. In this giveaway I would really like to win "Lolita". It has been on my wishlist on The Book Depository for forever! My email: _wendy@hotmail.nl

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  9. Thanks for joining the hop. What do I recommend? I'm not sure, for classics I choose Dickens, more modern David Mitchell, maybe - The Thousands Autumns of Jacob the Zoet for instance.

    I'd love to win We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson because I've heard of it, but not read it.

    I'm leeswammes @ gmail.com

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  10. Thanks for the chance!

    I have no idea what to recommend really because I usually recommend the newest awesome book I have read. But I loved Eat, Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. I am not sure if it counts as literary though.

    I would like to win the night circus.

    cynni _ universe (at) hotmail.com

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  11. Most recommended is probably The Night Circus or To Kill A Mockingbird. I would like to win We Have Always Lived in the Castle please. Email address is thetangledwebweweave (at) gmail (dot) com
    Thanks!

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  12. 1. I recommend To Kill a Mockingbird allll the time, or I just go STEINBECK IS MY FAVOURITE, which usually suffices!
    2. I would like We Have Always Lived in the Castle like EVERYONE ELSE HERE, apparently! But I do love me some Shirley Jackson.
    3. devouringtexts [at] gmail [dot] com

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  13. I most often recommend Interpreter of Maladies and A Thousand Splendid Suns.

    I would love to win The Old Man and the Sea.

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  14. I oftern recommend Jane Austen's books Persuasion and Pride and Prejudice because I loved them!

    I would like to win Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern :)
    Thank you for the international giveaway!

    milkristia(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  15. My recommendation is I Capture The Castle by Dodie Smith...if it's considered literary! :)

    I would like to win The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. Thanks for the giveaway.

    josettebooks[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  16. Such a GREAT selection of choices! I find it very difficult to come up with one book I most often recommend, perhaps because I'm cautious with titles I truly love out of fear someone won't like it. To blogging friends I lately recommend Tender Morsels by Margo Lanagan very often. It's YA and Fantasy, so might not be defined as Literary Fiction by some, but it is so so good.

    You list quite a few books that I'm interested in! I'd love to be entered :) If I were to win, I think I'd choose the Poisonwood Bible as that's a book I've been meaning to read for forever.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway!
    irisonbooks [at] gmail [dot] com

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  17. Lately I recommend East of Eden by John Steinbeck. I think it is often one I have recently read.

    I would like to win We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson.

    lorrenrichelleATgmailDOTcom

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  18. Hello and thank you for this giveaway. I recommend often Swimming to Elba, by Silvia Avallone, a young italian writer.
    I'd like to win Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier, which I read in french a long time ago.

    kathelblogATorangeDOTfr

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  19. I always recommend Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.
    I would love to win a copy of The Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Thank you for this chance! :D

    Giada M.

    fabgiada (at) gmail (dot) com

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  20. I recommend Frenchman's Creek by Daphne du Maurier! :) And I'd love to win a copy of The Remains of the Day.

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway! :)

    nirmalachandrasiri(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. I always rant over people's ignorance if they haven't even heard of Ernest Hemingway. :) But seriously, I absolutely always recommend his "A Moveable Feast" - one of the most memorable reads of my life. I almost exclusively devote my time to classics, but for some reason, once I saw Night Circus by Morgenstern on your list... I felt an impulse towards it. Strange, since it's the first time I see it. Thank you for the giveaway.

    Sorry, I had to delete my previous post because I forgot to include my email address. Here it is: houseofbronze14@gmail.com

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  23. Hi Kristi! You have some great books on your list--including the one I probably recommend more than any other, The Remains of the Day by Ishiguro. What a perfect book.

    I would love to win any of these, but especially Rebecca as I have it on my classics club list. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  24. At the moment I'm recommending 'The Perks of Being a Wallflower' left, right and centre - people are mentioning it in our bookshop because of the film so it's a prime opportunity for me to tell them all how great it is! I also push Donna Tartt's 'The Secret History' as often as I can, because it's such a great intelligent page-turner.

    I think I'd have to go for 'The Poisonwood Bible' as my choice from the list - I've heard so many wonderful things about it, but we haven't had a copy through the shop yet and I haven't spotted it in any of my local bookshops or charity shops either. Thanks for the chance to remedy my Kingsolver deficiency!

    Ellie @ Musings of a Bookshop Girl
    emp501 (at) hotmail (dot) co (dot) uk

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  25. I always recommend The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill. It's everything I like - historical, well-written and by a Canadian. (Known as Someone Knows My Name in the US.)

    From your list I would choose The Poisonwood Bible. I've been wanting to read it since my first year of university (11 years ago!) and it's on my list for the Around the World in 80 Books Challenge I'm participating in.

    good books and a cup of tea (at) live (dot) com

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  26. I often recommend Little Women or To Kill A Mockingbird if they want a wonder classic. Of the choices above I would pick either Cloud Atlas, The Perks of Being A Wallflower or The Remains of the Day (I am still thinking which one would win :)). Thanks for the giveaway!

    candc320@gmail.com

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  27. I probably recommend To Kill a Mockingbird more often than any other book. It's a gorgeous read :)

    I would LOVE to win a copy of Lolita since I don't own it! Thanks for the opportunity!

    Jhartling74@aol.com

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  28. I always tell people that they should read Gone With the Wind in their lifetime. And I would love to read Cloud Atlas. I don't know why I haven't yet!

    mryward(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  29. I most often recommend Dracula, Pet Sematary and some other cool and creepy classic books, like The shining.

    The book I'd love to win, which I have reread a lot, but still do not owe it, is Lolita by Vladimir Nabakov, also a book that I recommend a lot.

    Thx for the giveaway xD

    personaldeath (at) gmail (dot) com

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  30. I always recommend John Irving - A Prayer for Owen Meany or The World According to Garp. I would love to win a copy of Barbara Kingsolvers Poisonwood Bible as I read a copy from the library but really enjoyed it and want a copy for myself. Thanks for the chance! Liene @ LLucane at yahoo dot com

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  31. I recommend Daphne Du Maurier. I would like to win Night Circus. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. Thank you for the giveaway!
    1. I most often recommend authors more than books, primarily Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro. If I were to pick a book I recommend a lot, it would be Bleak House. People oftentimes ask me which Dickens book I recommend since I took a class and have a growing obsession.
    2. I would like to win Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. I own/have read most of the other books on that list - you have excellent taste!
    3. My email address is lostgenerationreader[at]gmail[dot]com
    Cheers!

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  33. I always mention Hemingway's novels. I would love to win Rebecca. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  34. Probably be A Void by Georges Perec, or Last Evenings on Earth by Roberto Bolano, or ,or, or etc.
    Have heard good things about The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, so please consider me for that one thanks.
    parrishlantern(AT) live(DOT)co(DOT)uk

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  35. I'd love to win The Perks of Being a Wallflower, thank you for the lovely giveaway.
    I often recommend The Other Side of the Bridge by Mary Lawson.

    thelittlereaderlibrary (AT) googlemail (DOT) com

    Lindsay
    http://thelittlereaderlibrary.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/the-literary-giveaway-blog-hop.html

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  36. 1. I love to recommend authors (more than particular books) such as W. Shakespeare,J. W. Goethe, V. Hugo, Ch. Dickens, O. Wilde, etc. (cause you can never go wrong with classical works of literature).
    2. I would love to win Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
    3. dita(dot)skarste(at)gmail(dot)com

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  37. Thanks for the giveaway! So many great choices, it's hard to pick one...I'd like Cloud Atlas, over Lolita or East of Eden.

    I read The Dolphin People by Torsten Krol over the summer, and it's now one of my top recommendations.

    bookwormsusanna AT gmail DOT com

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  38. I don't know that I have one classic I recommend more than others, although I'm personally particularly fond of Shakespeare. I would most like to win Cloud Atlas. And my e-mail is kxw116[at]gmail.com. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  39. I often recommend To the end of the Land by David Grossman
    I would love to win The Perks of being a Wallflower
    Thanks for the giveaway
    jjhoutsta17(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. Thank you so much for the giveaway! :) I'd pick Night Circus.

    I'd definitely recommend Come to the Edge by Joanna Kavenna. I loved that book!

    vicky(at)booksbiscuitsandtea(dot)co(dot)uk

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  41. The literary fiction book that I most often recommend is Tim O'Brien's The Things They Carried.
    For this giveaway I'd choose Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
    Thanks for participating in the hop.
    carlscott(at)prodigy(dot)net(dot)mx

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  42. Oh dear thanks for the choices! My most recommended is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen!!

    I'd like to get either Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell OR The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway! I just can't pick! SO many greats on your list! Thanks very much!

    reviewsbyabby at gmail dot com

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  43. I'd recommend lord of the rings :)
    from the list... Pride and Prejudice maybe :)
    swordlily_girl[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  44. I most recommend A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth.
    From the list I would choose East of Eden by John Steinbeck
    I have left my email on the rest of the form I hope!

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  45. I most recommend "Never Let Me Go" (Kazuo Ishiguro) and "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" (Jonathan Safran Foer).

    I would love to win "Cloud Atlas."

    aquickredfox@gmail.com

    I've got my fingers crossed!
    -Renee

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  46. I most recommend Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. It's not my favourite book of all time, but one I think most people will enjoy.

    I really want to read The Perks of Being a Wallflower before the film comes out. Please enter me!

    Many thanks,
    Katie
    LiterarytangentATgmaildotcom

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  47. I always recommend books by Charles Dickens.
    I'd like to win Woman in White. Thanks for the chance!

    spamscape [at] gmail [dot] com

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  48. I always recommend The Crysalids or 1984. Perfect dystopian novels.
    I would like The Perks of Being a Wallflower
    deanna_boocock (at) hotmail.com

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  49. Great list! There are only two books on it that I haven't read or don't already own a copy of, so I would love to win a copy of The Poisonwood Bible. Thanks for the giveaway!

    giraffedays@gmail.com

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    1. Oh sorry, forgot to answer the first question! I often recommend Under the Skin by Michel Faber, and also English Passengers by Matthew Kneale.

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  50. I most often recommend Lord of the Rings. The Grapes of Wrath is a close second.

    I would probably pick Cloud Atlas.

    Thanks for the chance!

    nrlymrtl at gmail dot com

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  51. I always recommend any book by Barbara Pym! I wish more people knew about her work. I would pick Cloud Atlas.
    Thanks for the chance!

    fatdogfarm at sbcglobal dot net

    Anna Mills

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  52. The literary fiction works which I have recommended this year include The Little Stranger and The Night Circus, as well as the classic Anna Karenina. My book club went along with all three suggestions, and though not all three were well loved, we did have interesting discussions. We even saw Erin Morgenstern in person as she discussed The Night Circus, and I learned that the Harry Potter film people (whomever those may be) are making The Night Circus into a film. So that's something to look forward to.

    As to the books from your list, the very first one catches my interest. I have been seeing a lot about Cloud Atlas, and even the film for that book seems interesting. Although I'll always be a book person before movie. :)

    My email, should I happen to win: Bellezza.mjs@gmail.com

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  53. 1. The Old Man and the Sea
    2. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
    3. biochemguy22(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  54. 1. The Bell Jar
    2. Cloud Atlas, because I have a crush right now and just tonight he suggested I read that book! What better way then to win it, right?!
    3. chubbymadness@gmail.com

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  55. 1. I most often recommend Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte.
    2. I would love to win Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
    3. kmfuller94(at)gmail(dot)com

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  56. 1. I most often recommend Life of Pi by Yann Martel
    2. I would like to win Cloud Atlas
    3. truebookaddictATgmailDOTcom

    Thanks so much!

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  57. I most often recommend Pride and Prejudice
    I would like to win The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
    ale_dul_ucker@yahoo.com

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  58. 1.I would recommend The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck.
    2.I would like to win Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
    3.mamabunny13 at gmail dot com

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  59. I read and most recommend historical fiction.
    From the list, I would definitely chose Lord of the Flies - a favorite that I haven't read in so long!
    sahmaegan @ gmail . com

    Thanks for the chance!

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  60. I'm always telling people they should read The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. The title is a bit deceiving as to what a wonderful and literary book this is. As for your list, I'd love to read Cloud Atlas. Thanks.

    Melissa
    melraileyATgmailDOTcom

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  61. My most recommended is Rebecca because I read it this year and absolutely loved it. I've never read Pride & Prejudice though so that'd definitely be the book I picked from the list. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! (jae [at] booknympho [dot] com)

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  62. I love your list - if I haven't read it, I most probably have it in my TBR. I've been recommending Perla by Carolina de Robertis lately - I thought it was such an amazing take on a very difficult subject matter. I'd love to win either Night Circus or Cloud Atlas. Decisions decisions! :)

    readerrabbit22 at gmail.com

    PS I'm a new follower. I'm adding you to my blog list! I'm over at guiltlessreading.blogspot.com Thank goodness for blog hops like this :)

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  63. I most often recommend Pride & Prejudice. It was stored on my shelf for years, the few times I picked it up I didn't reach very far. I decided to give it ago a few months ago and I loved it, it was surprising how much I enjoyed the book and loved the characters so I always recommend it to my friends. I'd love to win Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. Thank you! :)

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  64. I recommend many classic books,however,lately it has been "To Kill a Mockingbird". I first read it at 14 for English Class and it was my first understanding of an early view of racism. It is still relative in 2012 in my opinion. I pick the "Cloud Atlas" from your awesome list. I have it on my list of must read. I am delighted as a copy comes to me.
    email: Cyndee.thomas0@gmail.com Thank you~

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  65. Ciao!I'm enjoying the hop!
    1. I recommend Lois Lowry's The Giver, often. I have also been recommending The Hunger Games Trilogy lately to people as well and when they read it they enjoy it.

    2. I would love to win The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro.

    3. gone2ganymede@yahoo.com or you can post comments on by blog at: http://kaida-myblogdolcevita.blogspot.com/

    :) :)

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  66. 1. I most often recommend Cloud Atlas and Ready Player One. :)

    2. I'd love to win The Perks of being a Wallflower.

    3. marijana.sitar@yahoo.com

    Thank you so much for the giveaway! :)
    Marijana Sitar

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  67. I tend to reccommend Jonathon Carroll's books, Bones of the Moon is my favorite of his books. I would choose Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. Thank you for the giveaway!
    misstrangelove (at) gmail (dot) com

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  68. I gave many recommendations to read Victor Hugo's Les Miserables. If I'd win, I would like to have Night Circus or The Lord of the Flies. Thanks!
    elsa_maran AT yahoo DOT com

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  69. Dragonsdawn by Anne McCafferty

    If I win I'd like Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    aimeelavalle(@)gmail(dot)com

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  70. I always recommend Cloud Atlas - and if the person has read that then the Number9Dream and Ghostwritten, also by David Mitchell.

    I would love to win We Have Always Lived in The Castle - I hear it's amazing and somehow I still don't have it!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    joanna.loves.books at gmail dot com

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  71. I often recommend Wuthering Heights, and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Two of my favorites!

    I'd love to win We Have Always Lived In The Castle.

    Kelly
    thewellreadredhead at gmail dot com

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  72. I recommend Erik Larson's books. I would love to win either Cloud Atlas or Night Circus.


    Amy at jim-and-amy@comcast.net

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  73. 1) Mostly I recommend "The Art of Racing in the Rain" by Garth Stein.

    2) I would love to win The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky.

    3) roxana.zuziac(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  74. 1. What is the literary fiction book that you most often recommend?
    Brave New World or Of Mice and Men
    2. Name the book that you would like to win out of my above listed of favorites.
    Night Circus!
    3. An email address so that I can contact you if you win.
    lilianxchengATgmail.com

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  75. Thanks for the giveaway, Kristi!

    The two pieces of literary fiction that I most often recommend are Lust for Life by Irving Stone and East of Eden by John Steinbeck. So much love for both!

    I love your list of favorites! Please enter me for The Poisonwood Bible. :)

    Adam
    roofbeamreader(at)gmail(dot)com

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  76. I tend to recommend classic science fiction, like the works of Asimov, specifically The Foundation Trilogy but others as well.

    You have a great list of favorites, a few of which are already in my to-read pile. I don't have Cloud Atlas, so that would be my pick. And thanks for being part of the giveaway hop.

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  78. I would love to win Rebecca by Daphne DuMaurier..
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

    I would recommend 1984 by George Orwell.

    thebookiebee AT gmail DOT com

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  79. *i recommend Asimov or agatha Cristhie books
    * Night Circus
    * orianofla AT gmailDOTcom
    thanks for making this international

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  80. I'd recommend Gone with the Wind. I'd love to win Night Circus. Thanks!
    saltsnmore at yahoo dot com

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  81. I recommend The Night Circus. I would love to win We Have Always Lived in The Castle.
    videoclimber(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  82. I firmly believe that Jane Eyre is the most romantic book ever written, so I usually recommend that. So if I win, I would choose Villette so I can compare it to Jane Eyre.

    maevalentine39[at]gmail[dot]com

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  83. I LOVED The Night Circus and would definitely recommend it. I would love to win The Perks of Being a Wallflower!

    stephward84(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  84. I recommend The Night Circus to people all the time! That is also the one I would like to win because I only read it once, from the library, and would love to own a copy that I can re-read it and can loan it to my friends to read too.
    Thank you!
    mangomonkee77(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  85. I'm vacillating between Cloud Atlas and Perks of Being a Wallflower.

    I usually recommend Life of Pi - I loved the audiobook production.

    akreese1 at gmail dot com

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  86. 1. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
    2. I'd love to read The Night Circus.
    by.evie at yahoo dot com dot br
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  87. How fantastic! The book that I recommend most often is Nabokov's Lolita (I was so happy to see it on your list). I'd love to read The Night Circus! Thanks for the opportunity! :)

    Best,
    Danielle
    http://thereaderscommute.blogspot.com
    thereaderscommute@gmail.com

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  88. Thanks for sharing this giveaway. I usually recommend Jane Eyre. I'd love to win The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro.
    My email address is monica[dot]calangian[at]gmail[dot]com

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  89. There are so many wonderfully written books of the literary fiction genre, but I usually recommend anything by Jhumpa Lahiri. She's brilliant!

    As for your giveaway, I would love to win a copy of LOLITA or THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER.

    Thanks so much!
    Zara Alexis
    zgarcia(dot)alvarez(at)gmail(dot)com

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  90. I'd recommend The Blue Castle by L.M.Montgomery. I'm a huge LMM fan and that book is my favorite. And I'd probably choose Rebecca :)

    Thank you for the chance!
    cayce006 at yahoo dot com

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  91. Hard to pick a favorite literary classic....there are so many I love. When I was a little girl, my favorite was Robinson Crusoe. Now that I am older though, I think my favorite is between To Kill A Mockingbird and Gone With The Wind. :) Thanks for your giveaway. If I win I "think" I will choose Cloud Atlas as I've never read it. :) It has turned cold where I live, so it would be perfect to curl up by the fireplace with a good "new" book. :) Thanks again.

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  92. Ooops, forgot my contact info.....

    csizemore@centurytel.net

    Again, thank you.

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  93. +JMJ+

    The literary fiction book I recommend the most is Po-on by F. Sionil Jose. (Sometimes it is published with the title Dusk.) It starts out as the story of one man, soon turns into the saga of his extended family, and ultimately reveals itself to be an epic about an entire nation. It's set during two crucial decades of Philippine history, and every time I recommend it to a non-Filipino, I always worry that he won't like it or will find it hard to follow . . . and I always see that my worry is for naught. Everyone I've ever recommended this to has been very moved by it, and so I suggest it again and again. =)

    If my name is drawn, I'd choose We Have Always Lived in the Castle.

    Thank you! =)

    altaemoeniaRomae [at] Gmail [dot] com

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  94. It depends on who I'm talking to, but I do recommend Jane Austen quite a lot.
    I'd like to win Cloud Atlas or Remains of the Day.

    icecreamavalanche [at] Gmail [dot] com

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  95. Perks of Being a Wallflower would be my choice of book to win.
    I recommend "A Tale of Two Cities." It is one of the finest historical fiction books out there, and every time I read it, I love it more.
    ruthaw_1974@yahoo.com

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  96. As I Lay Dying. I'd love to win The Poisonwood Bible. Thanks.

    neerrr(at)gmail(dot)com

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  97. 1. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
    2. Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
    3. xlacrimax at gmail com

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  98. The literary book that I recommend most often is The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society! The audiobook is wonderful!

    I'd love to win Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    darlenesbooknook at gmail dot com

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  99. From your list, it looks like we share a lot of favourites! But one of the only books on there that I haven't already read and enjoyed is We Have Always Lived In The Castle, and that is already at the top of my wishlist so I'd love the opportunity to win a copy please.

    A book that I always end up recommending to others is The Collector by John Fowles. It's dark, creepy and one of the most powerful books I've ever read.

    Marie
    http://www.girlvsbookshelf.blogspot.com
    girlvsbookshelf at gmail.com

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