It’s time for another literary giveaway blog hop courtesty of Judith at Leeswammes’ Blog. This time there are over 50 book bloggers joining in which means…..even more chances to win something! 🙂
I’m going to go with a spooky theme this time, what with it being October and the nights drawing in. So, have a little peruse of the books below and then follow:
Please pick ONE book from this list and all you need to do to enter is to comment and tell me which book you have chosen and why you want to read it. How simple is that? Once the competition closes on 19th October I will pick one winner using random.org and I will send you a brand new copy of the book you have chosen using either Amazon or The Book Depository.
“Chilling, thrilling, mysterious and very dramatic! A mysterious figure, a woman in white, appears out of nowhere on a London street at midnight – she is running away from someone or something. The only person she meets on that lonely road is Walter Hartright, an Art teacher, and little does he know it but he is about to have his life tured upside down. Mysterious letters, ghostly figures by gravesides, kidnapping and poison all follow through the next 700 pages and not a word is wasted! Narrated by several different characters, all portraying their their own experiences, the reader sees the story unfolding before them.”
“Spooky goings on and things that go bump in the night at a crumbling old manor house in 1940’s rural England. Dr Farrady finds explanations for them all, but is there really something more sinister going on in the house or maybe even a member of the household is going slightly mad? You decide.”
“Throw a huge cemetery, a cold & wintery London, bizzare mirror twins, a ferrel kitten and a recntly dead Aunt into a pot together and the result is a wonderfully quirky, melancholoy, spooky book. Some great surprises in this book and I have to admit that I never saw what happened in the last 50 pages coming at all! It is ultimately a book about love, loss and betrayal with a gothic backdrop of ghosts, cemetaries and enough twists and turns that you never feel completley comfortable.”