Saturday, November 15, 2008

3rd "Budget Crisis Christmas" Giveaway!!


For this week, we have a double thriller:


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Click the covers for reviews...leave a comment telling me your scariest read...I'll draw a winner NEXT SATURDAY!!

Happy Reading!



ChristyJan said...

I'd be THRILLED to win these 2 THRILLERS!

My scariest read would be any of Karin Slaughter's books. Fantasy and paranormal reads don't usually scare me but, real life monsters do.

Lalycairn said...

My scariest reads? Hmmmm. Well, I really enjoyed The Pawn and The Rook. Both of them were scary, mainly because it's hard to believe the sheer extent of evil in people who hurt other people for their own pleasure. That terrifies me.

That said, I'm sure after I read Christine (Stephen King) that I was little afraid to walk across the street,or step in between two parked cars. . . LOL!!!

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kalea_kane said...

Great reviews. To date the scariest book I probably ever read was The Shining by Stephen King. That book literally scared me so much I had to repeatedly put it down and walk away. I read it at about 12 or 13, and the combination of my imagination and Mr. King's prose kept me up late with worry. It was quite believable to me, and the characters were amazing. That man has a gift with characters!

Thanks for a chance. :)


AndieJ said...

I'd love to win Robert Liparulo's book! I've read Less Than Dead, and it' awesome! For me the scariest read I've read lately would be Isolation by Travis Thrasher! The suspense was wild, and man, talk about spine tingling! I loved it!

Thanks for the chance Deena!

Cathy Davis said...

I think one of the scariest books I have read recently is House by Peretti & Dekker (and now it's going to be a movie!) It's one of those books that you think in the back of your, that could happen!

shelburns said...

These look great! My scariest read is Stephen King's It. Thanks for the giveaway.

Heather @ The Striving Wife said...

I love scary books... they're scarier than movies, because you can't shut your eyes... you HAVE to read the words!! :)

My 2 scariest reads both happened to have been written by Frank Peretti. The first was House, co-authored with Ted Dekker. It was intense.

The second was The Oath, which although it didn't seem that scary to read, gave me nightmares. Really.

But these books seem great, too! Looking forward to reading them, regardless of whether or not I win!

Thanks for the contest,


Kayla said...

Adam by Ted Dekker. Yes, House was horror...but Adam was just downright creepy. Even the editor of the book had to sleep with his lights on while he was working on it. *shudder* That was one that you thought could be very possible.

CherryBlossomMJ said...

Oh, so count me in for Deadfall, I haven't been able to get my hands on this one yet.

My scariest read is probably Melanie Wells' My Soul to Keep, totally spooky, but so good.

Thanks sweets!
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windycindy said...

Greetings! I adore this author! The scarier, the better to me. Thus far, the scariest book I have read is
Stephen King's "Children of the Corn!" The movie scared me, also!
Please enter me in your delightful drawing for these books. Many thanks, Cindi

Jennifer @ Quiverfull Family said...

I think my Mom would like Less Than Dead and I'd love to read the Liparulo.

The scariest book I've ever read is the one I'm reading right now - Isolation is scaring my socks off! But I must be brave, I must soldier on, I must review!

Stonefox (otherwise known as Heidi) said...

The scariest I've read is Stephen King, which to me is SCARY! Another great giveaway, Deena!

tetewa said...

My scariest read was Ravenous by Ray Garton!

Lindsey said...

Hmmm, well I'm not scared too easily by books... mostly because I don't read thrillers very much I guess, lol. But "Monster" by Frank Peretti was pretty suspenseful! I guess I need some recommendations. ;-) And these two books would be a GREAT start - thanks for another great giveaway!

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Mary said...

Off the top of my head I can't think of the scariest book I've read but I remember my first time reading Frank Peretti's This Present Darkness & Piercing the Darkness; I didn't want to read them at night. I would love to read Tim Downs Less Than Dead, it really sounds exciting!


Carol said...

I'd be thrilled to win these two books! My scariest read is Skin by Ted Dekker. Thank you for this great giveaway!
Carol M
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