Thursday, December 11, 2014

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Most kids would do anything to pass the Iron Trial.

Not Callum Hunt. He wants to fail.

All his life, Call has been warned by his father to stay away from magic. If he succeeds at the Iron Trial and is admitted into the Magisterium, he is sure it can only mean bad things for him.

So he tries his best to do his worst - and fails at failing.

Now the Magisterium awaits him. It's a place that's both sensational and sinister, with dark ties to his past and a twisty path to his future.

The Iron Trial is just the beginning, for the biggest test is still to come . . .

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And now, The Giveaways.
1 Winner will receive a copy of The Iron Trial by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare.
The Iron Trial will be purchased through Book Depository.

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46 comments:

  1. The family reunions and the free time to read and sleep! hahaha ;)

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  2. Spending Christmas day with my extended family. I hardly get to see them anymore though. I miss them a lot.

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  3. Spending it with family, and watching the kids open their gifts.

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  4. Waking up to a white Christmas (and frozen pipes!!!) in Georgia.

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  5. I lvoe Christmas dinner and after.

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  6. waking up to open presents (as a kid) and seeing the christmas tree in Manhattan. going to toysrus with my mom even though we don't buy anything.

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  7. I love decorating the Christmas tree.

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  8. Spending Christmas with the whole family and opening presents at midnight! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  9. I remember a few years ago when my grandma bought everyone in my family tickets to see our football team play in the national championship and it made my grandpa cry.

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  10. Baking cookies with my mom and sister.

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  11. My parents at home near the fire

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  12. My favorite memory of the holiday season was in 2001 when I recarpeted my dad's house and had Christmas with him. He will surely be missed!

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  13. I love being with my entire family and watching the kids, grandkids, and great grandkids playing and definitely opening their presents.

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  14. Having the huge extended family over at my Grandma's when she was still with us. Lotus

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  15. spending all the week at my grandparents with all my cousins

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  16. Watching holiday themed movies with friends and family!
    Thank you for doing this!

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  17. Spending time with my family!

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  18. Decorating the house with fir wreaths.

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  19. Seeing family, eating too much and playing cards and board games.

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  20. Spending Christmas day with my whole family and friends! Thanks for the giveaway! (Valentina -on the raffle)

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  21. dinner together with family and opening of gifts during christmas. :)

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  22. Making paczki (Polish donuts) with my grandmother.

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  23. having dinner with my family and laughing at my uncle's jokes

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  24. New Year celebartion with the best people in my life :)

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  25. Have a dinner while all of my family with me. Every day! We always busy to this, but not when the christmas' coming :)

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  26. Always is just family time, every year.

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  27. Spending time with family and everyone just being together and happy!

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  28. Spending it with family and waiting for Santa Claus!
    thanks

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  29. Making sugar cookies with my kids!

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  30. My favorite memory is spending time with family and when my grandpa would come down every year and help open presents!! :)

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  31. I think my favorite memory is making homemade candy every Christmas. My Dad died when I was 14, but before he did, we would both help her. We would grind nuts and unwrap caramels. Or, we would roll the fillings in to balls so they were ready for her to dip. It was a whole production. By the end, we wouldn't even want to eat the candy, so we always ended up giving most of it away.

    Every year my Mom says she isn't going to make it, and every year she still does. There are a few new varieties and she's stopped making a few, too. There are trays and trays, and these days, all her kids have moved out and she does it all by herself. She still gives most of it away. But it wouldn't be Christmas without it.

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  32. My favourite Christmas memory is from when my sister was born many years ago, on Christmas.

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  33. My favorite Christmas Tradition is a Christmas-Eve Dinner. Since I was a small child we have had Fondue which consists on beef cut into small pieces and everyone gets their own small bowl of meat to cook in the pot. Dinner usually takes about 3 hours because you have to cook each piece of meat one piece at a time. The funniest thing is that if your meat falls off your fork in the pot you have to kiss everyone at the table of the opposite sex on the check. My family has been doing this since I was a child and I am 50 years old. I have 4 siblings and including their kids and the grandchildren it can be quit the night, but we all love it. I think it is the best quality time we all spend together all year. We talk and laugh and the spirit of Christmas really comes alive not to mention the love of being with family. After dinner we open one present each, one person at a time. We have a large family and the night is can be very long. After the present opening we go to Midnight mass together. That is our Christmas Tradition.

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  34. Baking each year with my dad. He was a chef, and together we were always in the kitchen.

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  35. My favorite was having Christmas Eve dinner on the floor under the tree with only the lights from the tree on. It was so nice a peaceful as a kid

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  36. Buying new pj's to wear on Christmas Eve and Baking cookies! Thanks for the giveaway :-D

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  37. Making sugar cookies with my Mom every year!

    Suz Reads

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  38. I love the process of putting up the Christmas tree and going through all of our old decorations.

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  39. Being with the ones I love, that always brings joy!

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  40. I love seeing everyone's faces when they open their gifts.

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  41. My favorite memories are buying the gifts I know my kids will love then seeing their faces and how excited they are when they open them!

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  42. When I eat with my whole family because we don't always see each other

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