Tales Post – 1st Bloggerversary – Giveaway Day 11 (Electric Monkey)
I am so excited to reveal the last and eleventh giveaway in celebration of my first bloggerversary!
Throughout the whole of this week I will be hosting some special giveaways releasing some each day that can be entered via rafflecopter.
Some wonderful publishers have been so kind and donated prizes for my bloggerversary as well as some prizes being donated by myself throughout the week!
Do check the terms and conditions before entering and please note that unless specified all prizes will be for UK entrants only.
The wonderful people at Electric Monkey / Egmont have given me so many awesome YA titles to giveaway in different bundles!
A huge thank you to Maggie, Alice and Emily at Electric Monkey / Egmont for these books!
We had so much fun at the Electric Monkey Blogger Day earlier this year – here !
Prize 1 – 1 x Grasshopper Jungle & 1 x Alex Crow by Andrew Smith (Set)
In the small town of Ealing, Iowa, Austin and his best friend Robby have accidentally unleashed an unstoppable army. An army of horny, hungry, six-foot-tall praying mantises that only want to do two things. This is the truth. This is history. It’s the end of the world. And nobody knows anything about it.
Ariel, the sole survivor of an attack on his village in the Middle East is ‘rescued’ from the horrific madness of war in his homeland by an American soldier and sent to live with a family in suburban Virginia. And yet, to Ariel, this new life with a genetic scientist father and resentful brother, Max, is as confusing and bizarre as the life he just left.
Things get even weirder when Ariel and Max are sent to an all-boys summer camp in the forest for tech detox. Intense, funny and fierce friendships are formed. And all the time the scientific tinkerings of the boys’ father into genetics and our very existence are creeping up on them in their wooden cabin, second by painful second . . .
Prize Two – 1 x Messenger Of Fear and 1 x The Tattooed Heart by Michael Grant (Set) I remembered my name – Mara. But, standing in that ghostly place, faced with the solemn young man in the black coat with silver skulls for buttons, I could recall nothing else about myself. And then the games began. Think you know the meaning of suspense? Think again… The Messenger sees the darkness in young hearts, and the damage it inflicts upon the world. If they go unpunished, he offers the wicked a game. Win, and they can go free. Lose, and they will live out their greatest fear. But what does any of this have to do with Mara? She is about to find out… I wanted to touch the boy who was not to be touched. The Messenger of Fear exists to punish the wicked, to restore balance in a world where evil seems to be everywhere. He offers sinners one terrible choice: play . . . or pay? If you win the game, you can go free. But if you lose, you must live out your greatest fear. His assistant, Mara is still adjusting to her role. She must face the worst horrors of intolerance, cruelty and injustice: she, as much as any of the people Messenger pursues, is being punished. But Mara has secret feelings for Messenger, and they’re threatening to overpower her. As she learns more about his tragic past, she must make her own choice: how far will she go to gain her heart’s desire?
Prize 3 – Electric Monkey Goodie Tote Bag with 5 Books!
Fifteen-year-old Pearl has lived her whole life protected within the small community at Seed, where they worship Nature and idolise their leader, Papa S. When some outsiders arrive, everything changes. Pearl experiences feelings that she never knew existed and begins to realise that there is darkness at the heart of Seed. A darkness from which she must escape, before it’s too late.
Check out my review of Seed here
Or my Q&A with Lisa Heathfield here
When June met Delia, she was a lifeline. Their intense friendship gave her a sense of belonging, of security, that she’d never had before. She felt braver, smarter, funnier, more attractive when Delia was around. But then something went wrong, and Delia and June haven’t spoken for a year when an announcement is made at their school that Delia is dead.
June barely has time to mourn before Delia’s ex-boyfriend convinces her that Delia didn’t kill herself but was in fact murdered, and June is fast swept into a tangle of lies and deceit – and a conspiracy she can barely conceive of, never mind believe.
Rhoda and Delia are American stunt pilots who perform daring aerobatics to appreciative audiences. But while the sight of two girls wingwalking – one white, one black – is a welcome novelty in some parts of the USA, it’s an anathema in others. Rhoda and Delia dream of living in a world where neither gender nor ethnicity determines their life. When Delia is killed in a tragic accident, Rhoda is determined to make that dream come true. She moves to Ethiopia with her daughter, Em, and Delia’s son, Teo.
Em and Teo have adapted to scratching a living in a strange land, and feel at home here; but their parents’ legacy of flight and the ability to pilot a plane places them in an elite circle of people watched carefully by the Ethiopian emperor, Haile Selassie, who dreams of creating an air force for his fledgling nation. As Italy prepares for its invasion of Ethiopia, Em and Teo find themselves inextricably entangled in the crisis ― and they are called on to help.
Hannah adores her older sister, Jenny – they are the best of friends, but different in every other way. Jenny dreams of leaving the States and flying to the UK to visit the places where their English mother grew up. But Jenny’s dream turns to a nightmare when she vanishes without a trace.
Hannah and her father arrive in England to a big police investigation. As Hannah gets to know some of Jenny’s friends and acquaintances, she realises that families can hide the biggest secrets of all . . .
Lara’s life is far from perfect, but being an upbeat kind of person she saves her venting for her diary. It’s the only place she can let out her true feelings about the family dramas and hideous bullying she has to face every day.
And then a shining light comes out of the darkness – the new young and MALE teacher, Mr Jagger. The one person who takes Lara seriously and notices her potential. The one person who is kind to her. The one person who she falls madly and hopelessly in love with. The one person who cannot love her back … can he?
Please note this giveaway is for 3 giveaways:
Prize 1 – 1 x Grasshopper Jungle & 1 x Alex Crow by Andrew Smith
Prize Two – 1 Messenger Of Fear and 1 x The Tattooed Heart by Michael Grant
Prize 3 – Electric Monkey Goodie Tote Bag with 5 Books!
There will be one winner for each giveaway. You will need to enter both giveaways to be in with a chance of winning them all.
Giveaway ends 03/12/2015!
Winners will need to provide their address direct to me as I have the books already to send.
Please note that all books are finished copies.
Again another huge big thank you to Maggie, Alice and Emily at Electric Monkey / Egmont for the kind donation of these books for my giveaway.