Saturday, July 13, 2013

Giveaway: Apocalypse Blog Hop!!!

Welcome to my stop on the Apocalypse Blog Hop
hosted by Maja @ The Nocturnal Library,
Christy @ Love of Books and Heidi @ Rainy Day Ramblings

Up for Grabs is an Apocalyptic book of choice up to $15!!! While you're completely free to choose your own prize,  I figured why not take this opportunity to share some of my favorite books or series in this genre!


Obviously these are only a couple of my favorites. If you haven't read any of these books I highly recommend them. :)

 Please make sure to read the Giveaway rules before entering and Thank you for stopping by!

Congrats Bethany N. !!!

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Giveaway Rules
Must be 13 years or older to enter.

Giveaway open INT as long as The Book Depository ships to you (Check Here)

Winner has 48 hours to respond with shipping details before an alternative winner is chosen.

Winner may choose E-Book if they prefer.

Please make sure to stop by the other blogs participating as well.




107 comments:

  1. The Road was a wonderful book! Great giveaway! Fingers crossed.

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    1. I've read Warm Bodies the book was OK. I liked the movie a bit more.

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  3. Rot and Ruin series by Jonathan Maberry, Enclave series by Ann Aguirre and As the World Dies by Rhiannon Frater...
    Thanks fir the giveaway!!!!

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    1. I love Rhiannon Frater's As the world dies series. I still need to read Enclave and start the second book in the R&R series.

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  4. i haven't read one that i remember so i can't recommend one but i'm tempted by the road

    thank you a lot

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  5. I think I'd choose ANGELFALL. Thanks so much for the giveaway:)

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  6. i haven't read one that i remember so i can't recommend one but i'm tempted by the road

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  7. I'd highly recommend The Knife of Never Letting Go.

    Brynna

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    1. I believe I own the first book of this series. I'll have to check.

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  8. Ann Aguirre's Razorland series.

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  9. I love the Newsflesh series by Mora Grant - I have read this series at least 3 times!! Thanks for the giveaway!

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    1. IOops typo! Mira Grant. Forgive me...

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  10. Everyone should read The Maze Runner series! It's in a league of its own among current dystopians. And they're making it a movie, so you can be ahead of the game :)

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  11. Thanks for the giveaway! Shatter Me and the Lunar Chronicles are good. ;)
    -Cali W.

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  12. I actually haven't tried many in the genre--it always seemed too intense!

    eai(at)stanfordalumni(dot)org

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    1. Actually, come to think of it, I do love Naoki Urasawa's 20TH CENTURY BOYS manga series...

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  13. The Hunger Games and the Delirium Series, they are my faves :) Thank you!

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  14. I love Cormac McCarthy's writing, but White Horse looks cool too.

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  15. I loooove THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy by Suzanne Collins. THE END GAMES by T. Michael Martin is also one of my top favourites.

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    1. I liked the first book in The Hunger Games but wasn't a fan of The End Games.

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  16. I recently read a new release titled Paradigm by Helen Stringer and it was really good and definitely worth the read. Thank you for sharing in this apocalyptic fun :)

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  17. Divergent series and as everyone else is saying The Hunger Games. Loved them all.

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  18. Definitely The Hunger Games. Thanks ^^

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  19. The Newsflash trilogy by Mira Grant. Bloggers are the heads of all media and zombies have taken over the world. Very interesting series, especially for bloggers. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

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  20. I'd have to say The Hunger Games and Divergent. And The Handmaid's Tale, for a more adult post-apocalyptic novel that is also amazing.

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  21. The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins & The Giver Quartet by Lois Lowry are a few of my favorites. I'm not actually old enough to participate, but thought I'd throw my favorites out there anyways:(

    Layla.

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    1. I'm sorry. :( Thanks for sharing some of your favorites though. Both are good series.

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  22. Hunger Games (especially the first 2) are really good. Viral Nation is off to a good start... Z.A. Recht did a great zombie series.

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  23. Definitely agree with The Road. The Handmaid's Tale. Brave New World. Any of the classics. While I like the fun YA dystopias, you can't go wrong with the starkness of those classics! Thanks for the giveaway chance!

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    1. Don't think I've heard of this series.

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    1. I just read that a few weeks okay actually.

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  26. Definitely the Rot and Ruin series.

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  27. Apocalypse Babes series by Bella Street

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  28. The funny part is I'm actually following the hop to get recs. I haven't read to many from this genre, last summer read Hunger Games with my daughter (her summer reading) but it didn't grab me.

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    1. I've been checking out other stops as well. I can always use new series to read :)

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  29. Amanda Hocking's Hallowmen! :D
    Mary G Loki

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    1. Have you checked out the Graphic Novels yet? The first issue gives backstory not seen in the book.

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  30. I have read a lot of the popular dystopian books which a lot of people recommend so instead I'll recommend a few post apocalyptic manga. You should check out 7 seeds by Tamura Yumi. Thank you for the giveaway and enjoy your week. :)

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  31. I think that Swans & Klons is definitely worth a read.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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    1. Never heard of this will definitely check out!

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  32. I recommend World War Z, despite the movie.

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    1. I liked the movie more than the book actually, lol.

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  33. I've read the first book in Gone Series by Michael Grant, and it's one of my favorite.

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  34. I would recommend Angelfall by Susan Ee, violent and dangerous angels of the apocalypse!

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  35. I haven't read any apocalyptic books so not the best person to ask for recommendation!

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  36. Pure then Fuse both by Julianna Baggott

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  37. I would totally recommend Angelfall to everyone! It is the best angel book I've read AND the best post-apocalyptic book I've read.

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  38. Across the Universe,best dystopian i've read in a very long time:)

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  39. The Newsflesh Trilogy is a good read! :)

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  40. Everyone should read The Hunger Games!

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  41. I would recommend The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

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  42. Gotta go with Viral Nation.. ;)

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  43. This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers! Thanks for the giveaway! :D

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  44. Definitely Divergent, the Hunger Games, Shatter me :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  45. I'd definitely recommend Angefall by Susan Ee!

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  46. The Hunger Games for sure! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  47. I loved Blood Red Road by Moira Young. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  48. Definitely The Maze Runner Series by James Dashner

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  49. The Hunger Games, Blood Red Road, Divergent and Angelfall! Thanks!

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  50. The Hunger Games.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  51. Definitely the Stand. I think I've read it about 10 times.

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  52. I'm not sure if you have read it but if not I definitely recommend...Cinder by Marissa Meyer! I. Love. That. Book. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. i would recommend the hunger games book series to anyone! thank you for the giveaway, i love blog hops, carawling(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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  54. Since the Hunger Games is my favorite in the genre, I would definitely recommend that one to anyone and everyone!

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  55. The Hunger Games and I haven't read it yet but I heard The Selection is good.

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  56. I would recommend The Maze Runner series.

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  57. The Stand by Stephen King. :]
    Thanks so much for the giveaway!
    Marijana Sitar

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  58. I really liked Partials, but I'm not sure I've read a dystopian I like enough to put in the everyone-MUST-read-this category yet :)

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  59. The Gunslinger series by Stephen King and probably The Hunger Games. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. The Hunger Games series, Divergent, and The Selection. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! :D

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  61. Delirium,Divergent and the Hunger games,thanks :D

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  62. I would say read The Road by Cormac McCarthy, I know it's on your list but it's a great one!

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  63. Ilona Andrews: Kate Daniels. It rocks!!!

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  64. Definitely Love Minus Eighty by Will McIntosh - which I've already bought for at least 4 people! and I'm giving away on my blog cause its just too awesome not to force feed down peoples throats! It has frozen bridesicle dating center!

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  65. I'd recommend Karen Moning's Fever series.

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  66. The Hunger Games and Ashes. Thanks for joining this awesome hop!

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  67. World War Z is actually pretty good. And realistic!

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  68. I would definitely recommend Reboot by Amy Tintera or Shatter Me by Tehareh Mafi

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  69. I highly recommend Black City and Gameboard of the Gods!!! SO SO GOOD!!! They are must reads!!!

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  70. 1984. It wasn't even my favorite read, but I think it has such a powerful message. Definitely one everyone should read at some point!

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