Book Giveaway Hop: October 2017 New Releases

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Welcome to the October 2017 New Release Giveaway Hop hosted by It Starts at Midnight!

October has completely crept up on me this year! We have had some unusually warm temperatures where I live, and it is hard to believe it is time for all of those fun fall activities. There are always books that I am dying to read, but Turtles All The Way Down is one that has really piqued my interest. It has been so long since we have had a new John Green novel.

This giveaway is open to international entries, as long as The Book Depository ships to you! You can enter to win any book published in October 2017 that you are most excited for, worth up to $20 USD. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to a notification email with their address and choice of book. Rules.

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Make sure to stop by all of the other amazing blogs on the hop!

31 thoughts on “Book Giveaway Hop: October 2017 New Releases

  1. John Smith says:

    “What is the creepiest story that you have ever read and enjoyed?” Well, I adore the “Locke and Key” graphic novels–very creepy and very enjoyable! Actually, Junji Ito is even better!

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  2. Solange says:

    I’ve read a lot of creepy books so this was a tough one. I decided to go with House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. Reading it is the literary equivalent of climbing Mount Everest. There is a lot going on. It starts out very slowly (you have to be patient) and then you will be entranced. There’s a sense of dread lingering always…leaking through the pages. There’s nothing more fearful than the unknown and the book is full of unknown, unexplained horrors. It’s weird layout and endless footnotes make it one of the most atmospheric horror books out there. The book is a maze, a frightening enigma…a dark door to a dreadful world.

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  3. Azia says:

    Oh I can’t wait to read Crooked Saints! I’ve had my eye on Dear Martin and Forest of a Thousand Lanterns, too. Both seem really promising. I haven’t decided if I’m a John Green fan (read Paper Towns, TFIOS, and An Abundance of Katherines, but I only liked Paper Towns). I’m willing to read Turtles all the Way Down and Looking for Alaska to settle on how I feel about him LOL. Thanks for hosting the giveaway! 🙂

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  4. Stacy says:

    When I was in fifth grade I started reading Stephen King books. I read every book I could get my hands on through about eighth grade (when my reading tastes changed). It’s hard to pick one favorite because they are all creepy, but probably Pet Semetary or Cujo scared me the most (but I still loved them!).

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  5. Summer says:

    I just read Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka, a man wakes up one morning to find he’s transformed into a bug, it’s fairly odd, a bit creepy, and emotional at times, too.

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  6. ladymagnolia99 says:

    Stephen King’s The Shining has always been scary to me. I know what is happening, but I still jump when the children come!!!

    Judy Cox

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  7. Samantha D says:

    I thought Slice of Cherry was creepy af. It Alice in Wonderlandish in that it was random but kinda make sense BUT was about murder and gore. I don’t really like Wonderland but I did like Slice of Cherry by Dia Reeves.

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  8. Queen Alchemy says:

    I don’t tend to read much horror, so creepy stories are few and far between for me. I did read Neal Shusterman’s Unwind series, and while not a horror series per se, it was rather creepy and I loved it!

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  9. Uhunoma Aguebor says:

    The House on Hackman’s Hill was pretty creepy. I read it in the fifth or sixth grade and it freaked me out back then. I don’t tend to read scary books now though.

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