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Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Tuesday Titles 025: Be Careful What You Wish For {Giveaway}

Lately, things have been so busy that I'll try just about anything to de-stress a little. So of course I was thrilled when StressFreePrint sent me a box of goodies as part of their #StressFreeReading campaign.


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As well as a book to read, they sent me everything I'd need to keep my reading time stress free, including a hot water bottle, a set of flavoured teas and a book token so that I could carry on with my stress free reading. I've not yet narrowed down what I'm planning to spend it on, for that I might need your help!


Be Careful What You Wish For
Be Careful What You Wish For (The Clifton Chronicles)

As for the book, I'd not read any Jeffrey Archer for a while, and I'm fairly indifferent towards his books. I don't mind them, but I don't tend to seek them out either. I actually quite enjoyed this one, although being part of a series it was a little annoying not to come to the end and have everything nicely wrapped up for you.

Be Careful What You Wish For opens with Harry Clifton and his wife Emma rushing to hospital to learn the fate of their son Sebastian, who has been involved in a fatal car accident. But who died, Sebastian or his best friend Bruno?

As you can imagine, the book continues in a similar fast-paced vein, following the lives of Harry and Emma Clifton as they struggle to escape from the untoward intentions of Don Pedro Martinez and his team of cronies. I enjoyed ploughing through this book, perhaps mostly because it was so different to anything else I've read lately. 

StressFreePrint are also offering one of my readers a £25 book token as well, to put towards some #StressFreeReading of their own. Enter below, and the winner will be drawn on 2nd November. Good luck! 



52 comments:

  1. Reading the Famous Five to kids

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  2. Lovely, I have a never ending to-read list!

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  3. I entered! The best book I have read lately is the one I'm part way through - The Swan Gondola, a period fantasy about a circus and true love. :)

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  4. I really enjoyed One More Thing by BJ Novak

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  5. I've unfortunately not had many great reads recently, think my last really good read was The Tenth Chamber a couple of months ago :)

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  6. John Boyne's A History Of Loneliness has to be one of my favourite books of the year so far. Highly recommended!

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  7. A Fault in our Stars - Stacey Tripconey

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  8. A Fault in our Stars - Stacey Tripconey

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  9. My last good read was The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, which I really loved. I haven't managed much book reading over the last couple of months, though, which is unusual with me! I can't seem to get in to anything. xx

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  10. Written in the Stars by Ali Harris

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  11. iv just read i am legend!! brilliant book. so much better than the film, though its very rare i prefer a film to a book. iv just started reading mud blood and glitter which is brilliant too.

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  12. havent read a good book for a long time

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  13. Love in the Time of Cholera - I was pleasantly surprised as I struggled with 100 Years of Solitude.

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  14. I've just finished The Farm by Tom Rob Smith. It's great.

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  15. I've been reading a lot of Sophie Kinsella - an easy read but so fun!

    thechloelook.com <3

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  16. Putting Alice Back Together by Carol Marinelli

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  17. Earth to Hell by Kylie Chan - its a paranormal set in Hong Kong, great series ;o) Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES

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  18. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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  19. Psychic Case Files
    Tony Stockwell

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  20. I really enjoyed The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

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  21. a timeless classic wind in the willows

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  22. My best recent read has been Danny Gillan's Will You Love Me Tomorrow

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  23. The Three by Sarah Lotz, a fantastic thriller and set out in a very unique style

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  24. The last book I read was Gone Girl. I wasn't expecting to like it (really disliked the main characters) but I couldn't put it down!

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  25. Stephen King - the Dark Tower (series I know but really really good!)

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  26. The Survivors: Book One (Life After War 1) [Kindle Edition]
    Angela White.

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  27. My last book I read was by Sophie Kinsella - Shopoholic to the Stars

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  28. I read so many books think it was love struck forever

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  29. I have not read a book for years

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  30. Deborah Harkness's A Discovery of Witches

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  31. The last book I read that I really enjoyed was a free book I downloaded through my kindle it was called The Woods by Harlen Coben

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  32. Best book I've ever read was the Brer Rabbit stories to my son when he was little. Not sure who enjoyed them the most!

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  33. I just finished the HUnger Games series by Suzanne Collins. Ready for the next two films now :) x

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  34. The Book Thief - took me a while to get into, but then couldn't put it down
    Sheila Reeves @CakeReev

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  35. The Draining Lake by Arnaldur Indridasson

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  36. Mythago Woods - Robert Holdstock (again)

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