Thursday, June 28, 2012

Freedom to Read Giveaway Hop!


It's your choice! Free to choose whatever book you fancy up to $12! So enjoy....




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128 comments:

  1. I would pick Incarnate by Jodi Meadows and I think freedom to read whatever you want is great because if you aren't forced to read something you are more likely to pick it up out of your own interest :)

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  2. I really want Obsidian. And I am SO very glad to have the freedom of choice when it comes to reading.

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  3. I really want to read Hollyweird by Terri Clark. Freedom is great, and I'm glad I can read whatever I want to. But, there's still a bit of prejudice; people still criticize other people about book tastes.

    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  4. I would choose Obsidian. I am very glad I have the freedom to read what kind of book that I like.

    Thank you for the giveaway. (=

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  5. I would love to win Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. i'm not sure which book yet but perhaps storm

    i'm really glad to have the opportunity to read what i wish to even if i had to learn another language to expend my universe too

    thank you a lot for this international giveaway

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  7. I would probably pick Insurgent. I don't think reading would be nearly as enjoyable if I didn't have the freedom to read what I want to.

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  8. I'd choose Nevermore by Kelly Creagh because I love Poe:)

    And I love to be able to read anything I want. All these dystopians show us what it would be like if we couldn't and it's awful.

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  9. I'd love to finally read Pandemonium.. after Delirium, I'm really really excited to see what happens next! And I love just reading whatever I want, it's great to be able to do this, knowing there were times when books got burned or people weren't allowed to read a certain book.

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  10. I'd go for Of Poseidon, because I need more mermaids in my life!

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  11. Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins. As a librarian, I think it's very important that you stand up for your freedom to read and to read what you want!

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  12. I might pick Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen. :)
    Reading whatever I want is the best ever! I would hate for someone to take that from me.

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  13. L.A. Candy (L.A. Candy Novels (Quality))Paperback)
    By Lauren Conrad and i love this is giveaway when we choice the book is great :) xoxo from chile

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  14. Being able to read whatever I want is something I never want to loose... it's such an amazing thing to hold!

    I might get The Scorch Trials, but I'm not sure...

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  15. I would like to get City of Ashes or The Iron King! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  16. I would like to get This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers.

    With my really wild imagination, having the freedom to read what I want is a lovely addition on what has been happening in my head everytime. Tee hee hee..

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  17. Maybe The Selection by Kiera Cass. :)

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  18. I feel happy, excited & free. I would choose Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost. Thanks :)

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  19. Starters! :D I feel young, wild and free! haha Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I am thinking I would want to win some sort of banned book because those books need to be read as well. :)

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  21. I really want City of Ashes by Casssandra Clare :) I'm very glad to have the freedom to read whatever I want. Although, I think we should be responsible with that, because some books are inappropriate for certain ages and such.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. I have to go over my wishlist and really make a hard decision as to which book. Probably Gunmetal Magic by Iona Andrews.

    I don't feel any books should be abnned, but since libraries and schools can't afford to buy every book, they will make decisions based on what they feel is appropriate. As long as you can buy the book somewhere for yourself.

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  23. Maybe Onyx or Storm? I'm best at deciding in the moment!
    Thanks for the giveaway! <3

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  24. Thank you for the great giveaway! I would love to get my hands on Contagion by LI Albemont.

    I feel that we should be allowed to read what we want. Censorship is just another form of control. We are a country based on little freedoms such as this and we should fight to keep this freedom.

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  25. I would like Last Breath by Rachel Caine if it is under $12. if not, I'd like Slow Twitch by Liz Reinhardt :D

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  26. Honestly? I'd pick Splintered by A.G. Howard! It releases January next year and I want it pretty badly :D

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  27. Oh let's see.. from books that are already out... I would go with A Million Suns by Beth Revis. Yeah, I STILL haven't read it :-\

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  28. I would really want to read Remembrance by Michelle Madow, it looks awesome!

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  29. I would chose Obsidian, and I feel so blessed to be able to choose what I read!

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  30. I'd like to win Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins :D I think we're happy to have the freedom to choose what we read.

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  31. I would choose Something Like Normal by Trish Doller. I feel very fortunate to be given the opportunity to read whatever I'd like to read. I'm glad we don't have to face censorship, unless a library has censored books.

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  32. If I win I'll choose Goddess Interrupted.

    thanks for the giveaway

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  33. Just for Fins by Tera Lynn Childs. I am very glad that we have the freedom to read anything of our choice because that means there is no limit to knowledge. Also, I am very attached to my books; for punishment, as a child, I was grounded from reading!

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  34. I would choose While It Lasts by Abbi Glines. And yes, i love being able to read whatever i want!
    Thanks!

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  35. I would like to get The LAst Princess or The Hunt! I think anyone 18+ should be able to read whatever they want!

    Thanks,
    Leanne

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  36. Oh and I think everyone should be able to read what they want! No book banning. I read all kinds of books at every age.

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  37. I'm going to choose Goddess Interrupted. Thank you very much for this giveaway.

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  38. I´m so glad I can read what I want, I can´t imagine life without that freedom. I´d choose Obsidian.

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  39. I would choose Black Heart by Holly Black. I'm so glad to have the freedom to choose the book I want to read. I can imagine how miserable my life would be if I can't read my favorite book.

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  40. I'd love to win Night School by C. J. Daugherty. I love the fact that I am free to read whatever I want, I don't like being forced to do anything especially when it is about something I truly love, like reading.

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  41. I would choose Storm by Brigid Kemmerer. I'm so glad to have such freedom. I don't what to do if I'll be deprived of the things I want.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  42. I might choose The World House: Restoration by Guy Adams. I think that everyone should have freedom to choose to read what ever they want! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  44. I want to have Ascend by Amanda Hocking. I'm really glad I can read whatever I want, whereever I want.

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  45. I think I may choose THE SOURCE. I don't take my right to read whatever I want lightly.

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  46. I'd love a copy of Tigana by Guy Gavriel Kay.

    I really value the freedom to read what I want and is glad that is true most of the time.

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  47. I'd like to read My Unfair Godmother by Janette Rallison. I'd feel angry and frustrated if I didn't have the freedom to read what I like because it's hard to read things when you're not interested in it

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  48. i would choose one of jennifer l armentrout or aimee carter's book

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  49. I'm not sure what book I would pick, I have so many on my to be read list right now. I thank all the men and women who fought for my right to read whatever I want.

    proudarmymom32(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  50. I would love to win Doubletake by Rob Thurman! :)

    Cherry Mischievous

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  51. I would pick either Lover Reborn by JR Ward or Midnight Alley by Rachael Kain...

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  52. I'd probably pick Chosen Ones! I've been dying to read that book for a while now. :)

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  53. I'm not sure which book I'd pick. I can't imagine not having the freedom to read whatever I wanted. I think I would definitely be one of those people that searched out banned books, if things were different.

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  54. I would absolutely love Embers and Echoes by Karsten Knight. I am very, very protective of my freedom to read whatever I want.

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  55. I'm not sure what I would get but I am so thankful to be able to read what I want. Not being able to read what ever I choose would be very stifling and make me feel too controlled.

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  56. Thanks so much for this giveaway! I'd love to win My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick or Lola and the Boy Next Door by Steph Perkins. And I lvoe that I can read whatever I want, no matter which books are challenged. I think it's important to educate ourselves about issues real people, especially teens, face - even if the subject matter is too gory or "inappropriate". I also love reading stories that are realistic, again despite the subject matter. Everything can't be pleasant or G-rated all the time - life isn't like that, and fiction shouldn't always be either (unless of course you want to read that - you should have the freedom to choose).

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  57. I have my eye on quite a few books...so thanks for the freedom of choice in your giveaway. The freedom to read what you choose and our access to information is something so many take for granted. As a librarian it's something that is very important to me and part of my career is making that right available to others. Thanks for the giveaway and for being part of this hop!

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  58. Thanks for the giveaway! I don't know which book I'd pick off my huge wishlist!! I love my freedom to read whatever I want. I think it's a small freedom that we too often take for granted.

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  59. Thanks for the giveaway.

    I have never really thought about how great the freedom to read what I want was until this giveaway. I would be devastated if that ever changed and I would become a book smuggler, or underground writer :)

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  60. I'd get Before I Wake by Rachel Vincent or Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost!
    I would absolutely hate it if I couldn't read what I wanted. I'd definitely go and smuggle in books :)

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  61. I want The Iron King by Julie Kagawa, and I love my freedom to read, there is no much I never would have known if I did not have this.

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  62. I would choose (if I dont win it in another giveaway Obsidian (Lux, #1), if I do, then I would choose Pre order of Onyx is able to, but if you need final for sure choice now, then it would be Descendant (The Shift Chronicles)
    by Eva Truesdale
    Thanks for the giveaway, and if I could not read, I would die, i would go nuts. I need to read. :)

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  63. Finale by Becca Fitzpatrick..:)

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  64. I'd choose Onyx by Jennifer L. Armentrout. My definition of Freedom to Read would be that my mom would just let me read even if I have exam the next day ;)

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  65. I would probably pick Shadow and Bone.

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  66. I would really like to read 'the book of blood and shadow' byy robin wasserman :)

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  67. I'd pick Girl Of Nightmares by Kendare Blake.Freedom for me is always having a choice.

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  68. I'd like to win a Jennifer L. Armentrout book! I'd choose probably Half-Blood.

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  69. Remembering Rachel: A True Story of Betrayal and Murder Rose Callaly

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  70. i'd like Uglies by Scott Westerfeld

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  71. Thanks for this amazing giveaway! I would love to win and get Ready Player One! I would be very upset if I couldn't read any book I wanted! I'm glad we have the freedom to choose!

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  72. I'm not sure what book I would choose. I have so many titles on my TBR list. It would be hard to decide.... I am extremely grateful for my freedom of choice to read whatever I'd like.
    Tracy A.J.

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  73. I think I would like The Glimpse :) I am very thankful for my freedom to read whatever I choose. I would never make it in a society where books were illegal!

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  74. While He Was Away by Karen Schreck :) I am very grateful that I can choose to read whatever I want.

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  75. I think I would pick Obsidian by J.L. Armentrout, but I'm not 100% sure. I'm sooo happy that I can read whatever I want and not have to worry about bad repercussions. Thanks for the giveaway and happy 4th of July! :D

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  76. Die for Me or Goddess Legacy. I have always read what I want and I'm thankful that I do so I was never a fan of being told what to read and I would put it off. Thanks for the chance at this great giveaway!

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  77. A Million Suns by Beth Revis.
    I'm glad that I'm able to read whatever book I want :)
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway!

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  78. I would love Obsidian or Unraveling. I am grateful for all my freedoms USA has. I would be bored if I had to read only what was allowed. I have control issues anyway!LOL

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  79. I might choose Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost.
    I would not be able to survive in a country that censored books.

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  80. This is great! Thanks for the giveaway. Maybe I'll pick Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon or The Selection by Kiera Cass.

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  81. A JD Robb book would be great!

    I wish for freedom to read and buy any book. Already I have to go to other measures to get certain books

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  82. I would love Hot in Handcuffs by Shayla Black. I thank GOD for the freedom that I have to choose whatever book genre I want to read.

    jmesparza821(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. I feel blessed to have the freedom AND the ability to read. It is my favorite thing to do. It is an escape, an adventure, an emotional ride, a reason to laugh! I have no clue what book I would choose. I have so many that I want. If I win, I will have to close my eyes on my TBR and point and pick! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  84. I'd love to win Desires of the Dead by Kimberly Derting. And it feels bloody amazing to read whatever I want!

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  85. Hey, thanks for the giveaway!
    I'd like to win Insurgent.

    It feels comforting to know that I could choose what I want to read :)

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  86. maybe iam choose : all rachel vincent books..
    thanks for the chance ^^

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  87. Thanks for the giveaway!
    I feel happy that I can read whatever I want. It makes me appreciate everything. I feel sad for those who can't! I hope someday, the entire world gets to read anything they want to read, that's freedom. :)
    I would like to read Gone Gone Gone by Hannah Moskowitz. :)

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  88. I'd choose My Lady Mage by Alexis Morgan. It feels only natural to be able to read whatever I want. It should be a right that everyone can possess.

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  89. not quite sure what book i want, but maybe bloodlines by richelle mead. if someone was restricting what i could and couldn't read, i'm not sure i would love reading as much as i do!

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  90. So hard to choose, it's between Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa, Blood Red Road by Moira Young (YA) or Deadly Descendant by Jenna Black (UF) or anything by Ilona Andrews. Thanks for the chance!

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  91. Thank you for being part of this giveaway hop, and for your immense generosity. If I was so lucky as to win, I'd go for "The Fault In Our Stars" by John Green (even a used copy, even - I'm just DYING to read that book!). I feel like I'm free to read whatever I want, free to choose whichever genre best suits my mood at a particular time - BOOKS are the real form of liberty; the liberty to escape your reality, or explore new ones, at any given point in time! :D

    Have a wonderful summer and let freedom ring!

    Name: Hira Hasnain
    Email: Enamoredsoul(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. The book I would choose would be Unraveling or Golden Lily. I feel its wonderful to be able to read anything you want because not every one has the same tastes as others, and further more knowledge is power. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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  93. I think I would choose The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer. I'm very happy and grateful that I have the freedom to read whatever I want. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  94. The book high on my want-list (The Midsummer's Nightmare by Kody Keplinger) is over 12 D: I'll choose if I win lolol. Anyway, love it. Might be taking it for granted actually.

    thanks for the giveaway!

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  95. right now i don't know about what book i want...
    and i love my freedom to read a lot i get upset when my father punishes me by not allowing to read my novels... (right now he has taken away one of my review copy that i have to review before mid july) :(

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  96. I'd love to read Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead!

    Thanks for another amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  97. I really want the new Alyxandra Harvey--or Rebecca Zanetti's new one Claimed.

    I am so thankful we have the freedom and access to many books in the US!

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  98. I think I'd choose Insurgent.

    I am very thankful for the choice to read what I want!!

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  99. i'm not sure what i'd pick! i'd have to figure out which books i want are under $12 : )

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  100. The next book I want to buy is The Iron Daughter. I always read whatever I want, and I usually read two to three books at a time.

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  101. I might choose Divergent. I read several books at once, and they are often all reviews! But I wouldn't do it if I didn't like it.

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  102. I think I'd like Amazing Stories by John J. Ordover

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  103. I don't think about it much but it is a wonderful thing to not have to worry about anything except picking what you want to read next. I would pick Unraveled by Courtney Milan.

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  104. I would love to win Once Burned by Jeaniene Frost. As for my freedom to read whatever I want... I appreciate it very much. I always hated it when someone would tell me I shouldn't read something because I wasn't old enough or something like that.

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  105. i probably chose TEMPEST..... my friend said this is a good book....

    i like to read whatever books i like en whenever i want...that is a freedom for me...

    thx u do much for this giveaway...GBU...

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  106. I would choose A Clash of kings or Born Wicked or Grave Mercy.....
    Thanks for the giveaway!!

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  107. I think I'd choose The Girl in the Clockwork Collar, The Faerie Ring, or Hemlock. I can't ever make up my mind!

    Also, being able to read what I want, when I want is one of those things that I know I take for granted. I need to think about that freedom more and be more grateful for it. I would die if I couldn't read according to my tastes and desires!

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  108. I would love to start The Hunger Games :)
    I'm so glad that we live in a country that allows us the freedom to read anything and everything!

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  109. i would like to read Anna dressed in blood, its great to be able to choose what to read, and now there are so many good books and author that its a pleasure choose what you like!
    thanks for making this international!

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  110. I would choose Wicked Nights by Gena Showalter. I am totally against banning books, and relish the freedom to read what I want, when I want.

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  111. i honestly don't know
    goodluck all

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  112. There are so many books i want but i think i would get touch of power!

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  113. Samurai Game by Christine Feehan

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  114. I'm very glad for the freedom to read I would hate to live somewhere that restricted what I read.

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  115. I would pick Obsidian. I love the freedom I have to read what I want, when I want, how I want, and I'd hate to see that taken away. Thanks for the giveaway!
    ~Shelby

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  116. thank you very much great giveaway!
    I would really like to read Golden Lily by Richelle Mead!

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  117. freedom to do anything what i want and to read any books i like. thanks for the chance..
    i would like to win a book his darkest embrace by Juliana Stone..

    sunshine_pinkystar(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  118. I would probably like The Litigators by John Grisham - Thanks!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  119. Thanks for the contest!!!
    I think that the ability to read what I want is special! I can't imagine not having the freedom to choose what to read!

    forettarose@yahoo.com

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  120. Dang it! I missed it! Thanks for doing the giveaway. If I was to win one, it would probably be Grave Mercy or Legend. I need to finish it!

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