Welcome to the fourth literary giveaway blog hop hosted by Judith at Leeswammes where there are a whole buncg of blogs giving away books! Hurrah! The last ones were a great success with lots of blogs joining in the fun and this year there are even more (make sure you pop over to see who else is giving lovely books away). What better way to start the weekend than to have a little mosey at all those lovely books being given away and trying to win some (or all) of them! Good luck!
Please pick ONE of the following books and tell me why you would like to read that one in the comments box below. The winner will be picked by random.org on 22nd February (at 8am GMT – sorry I have to finish in the morning but I am going on holiday that day so I won’t be around to pick later on). This giveaway is open internationally and I will send you a brand shiny new copy from either Amazon or The Book Depository.
I have selected three books that I have really enjoyed in recent months and hope you will too. This time I’m going with the classics:
The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy
“When I began this book I have to admit that I didn’t think the three words I’d be using to describe it would be drama, excitement and intrigue.” You can read my full review here.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
“Think of it like a tonic or a soothing balm on your frazzled nerves. Lovely.” You can read my full review here.
North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell
“This book has it all: class conflict, politics, religion, women’s rights and passion! It makes you think, it makes you reflect on what was and it makes you ponder how we got from there to where we are now. We smile with them, we cry with them.” See my full review here.