Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Howl-O-Ween Giveaway Hop


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Howl-O-Ween Giveaway Hop
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Praise for Juliet Marillier and the BLACKTHORN & GRIM Novels

“Marillier is a fine fantasy writer.” —Anne McCaffrey, New York Times bestselling author of the Dragonriders of Pern series

“An enchanting tale.” —Jacqueline Carey, New York Times bestselling author of Poison Fruit

“A rich tale that resonates of deepest myth peopled by well-drawn characters who must sort out their personal demons, while unraveling mysteries both brutally human and magical.” —Kristen Britain, New York Times bestselling author of the Green Rider series

“Utter perfection...Filled with irresistible characters and the kind of rich, evocative magic that will take your breath away.” —The BiblioSanctum

“[A] graceful and mesmerizing tribute to heroes anywhere and anywhen.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)


Award-winning author Juliet Marillier’s “lavishly detailed”* Blackthorn & Grim series continues as a mysterious creature holds an enchanted and imperiled ancient Ireland in thrall.

Disillusioned healer Blackthorn and her companion, Grim, have settled in Dalriada to wait out the seven years of Blackthorn’s bond to her fey mentor, hoping to avoid any dire challenges. But trouble has a way of seeking out Blackthorn and Grim.

Lady GeilĂ©is, a noblewoman from the northern border, has asked for the prince of Dalriada’s help in expelling a howling creature from an old tower on her land—one surrounded by an impenetrable hedge of thorns. Casting a blight over the entire district, and impossible to drive out by ordinary means, it threatens both the safety and the sanity of all who live nearby. With no ready solutions to offer, the prince consults Blackthorn and Grim.

As Blackthorn and Grim begin to put the pieces of this puzzle together, it’s apparent that a powerful adversary is working behind the scenes. Their quest is about to become a life and death struggle—a conflict in which even the closest of friends can find themselves on opposite sides.

You can purchase Tower of Thorns (Blackthorn & Grim #2) at the following Retailers:
    

THE GIVEAWAY
1 Winner will receive a copy of Tower of Thorns (Blackthorn & Grim #2) by Juliet Marillier.
Winner will receive a $15 Dollar PayPal/Amazon Gift Card.
Tower of Thorns (Blackthorn & Grim #2) will be purchased through Book Depository.
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54 comments:

  1. The scariest horror movie I've ever watched was the original Carrie!

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  2. I don't watch scary movies.
    Pan's labyrinth.

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  3. I try to avoid scary movies. I guess The Sixth Sense was the scariest movie I have seen!

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  4. Probably Halloween or Friday the 13th; thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. "Scariest horror movie you have ever watched?" The original of "The Blob."

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  6. My favorite scary movie is A Nightmare on Elm Street

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  7. The last scary movie I watched was The Exorcist. None since then.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  8. Scariest?...Tremors, when I was a kid. Now I look at it and laugh.

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  9. sinister, I don't do scary movies and that one scared me so bad

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  10. WHEN A STRANGER CALLS - the original version.

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  11. Everyone’s answer will be different but for me, the scariest movie I’ve ever seen is Insidious (2010). There are many scary scenes in this movie that will give you the chills.

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  12. The conjuring!

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  13. The scariest movie I have ever seen was Hostel.

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  14. The Shiniing
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  15. The Exorcist. I had nightmares for weeks.

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  16. saw - totally unexpected ending

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  17. The Exorcist

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  18. Scariest horror movie I have ever watched was Christine.

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  19. The Conjuring was pretty creepy. I think I remember the most The Bees and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre because I saw those as a young teenager and I found them really scary.

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  20. The scariest movie I have ever seen was Psycho.

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  21. Scariest movie I ever watched was Jaws. LOL I was a preteen and my parents took me to the theater. I hid my face most of the movie! As an adult I guess the scariest was Halloween.

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  22. The original Pet Cemetary. freaked me out!

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  23. Hellraiser 2!! OMG!! I couldn't handle the part where the guy thinks he has maggots all over him and he's slicing himself with razor blade.

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  24. I get too scared to watch horror movies.

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  25. The scariest movie for me was the first Saw movie.

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  26. I don't watch horror movies. I like the original "It" and "Killer Clowns from Outer Space" though.

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  27. The scariest was The Exorcist. Nothing compared to seeing that on the big screen.

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  28. Maybe The Serpent and the Rainbow is the scariest I've seen

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  29. I think the horror movie, Orphan was one of the scariest movies I have ever seen.

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