25.8.12

Giveaway: Delirium by Lauren Oliver paperback

welcome to the delirium giveaway!

So, after craving Delirium for months, I somehow magically ended up with two copies in a short space of time.  One was given to me by the wonderful Doodle of Doodle's Book Blog.  Then, hardly a week later, a friend said that she'd been given a book as a gift and it wasn't really her thing, so did I want it?  Um, yes.  Giveaway, anyone!?  Now this orphaned second copy of Lauren Oliver's dystopian masterpiece is yours to win!  




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This giveaway will run until Sunday, September 2nd. 

This giveaway is open to US residents only, because I am poor.  

The winner of the giveaway must respond to my winner e-mail within 48 hours to claim the prize. 

Thanks for stopping by!  

While you're in a winning mood, enter to win a copy of The Portait of Alatiel Salazar, a pretty gothic romance by Steven Katriel.  





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9 comments:

  1. I'm not sure. I guess I'd do pretty much anything to prevent it. I would think you'd feel hollow without your ability to love.

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    1. I'd try to show them that the world can't exist without love. Love is what makes living worth while.

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  2. Take away my ability to love? Not sure if that's possible. It's in our nature to love.I'd totally fight whoever tried to take it away though. I think most people would :)

    I have this on my shelf. I should pick it up sometime and actually read it. Lol....I say that about most books on my shelves though.

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  3. I would try my hardest to get that ability back.

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  4. Hmmm... I don't think that's possible, no matter how hard they try. I'd definitely fight them, though.
    I've had this book on my tbr list for awhile, thanks for the chance to win it! :)

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  5. This was a fantastic novel, I'd love to own it. I still haven't managed to get my hands on the sequel, damn this poverty!

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  6. Oh, to answer the entry question...I don't know, part of me thinks I might enjoy it.

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    1. Ha, you and I share so many similar cynicisms. We should talk. :P

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  7. I have no idea what I'd do! I would probably try to make it impossible for whoever was trying to do that, because a world without love would just suck. lol

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