The Diviners Giveaway!

August 26, 2012 at 9:49 am (Giveaway) (, , , , )

I said there’d be another giveaway, right?

There’ll be an actual review for this on Wednesday, but I move tomorrow and still have a bunch to do, so once again, YOU WIN! This book absolutely blew my mind and I want to share it with you all, so I am giving away my advance copy. Seriously, you want this book; Libba Bray is an absolute genius, and despite the length and the incredible humor, you’re held in thoroughly creepy suspense the entire time.

Part of that creep factor comes from the book trailer.

Now, I’m the first to admit that I’m not a huge book trailer person. Every now and then a really, really good one comes along, but this is the first time I’ve ever been influenced to read the book based on the trailer. Normally it’s a function of wanting to read the book in spite of the trailer. (Fair’s fair, I already wanted to read The Diviners, but the trailer clinched it). If you watch the trailer before reading the book, you actually HEAR the song throughout and it’s just so…

So…

Well, you may or may not want to read this book in bed, and if you do, keep a nightlight handy.

And all you have to do to enter the giveaway is watch the trailer and tell me below what you think.

Isn’t that amazing?!

Entries will be accepted through Wednesday, August 29th, and I’ll be choosing the winners for all three giveaways bright and early Thursday morning so I can get the books out on Friday. (Haven’t seen the other giveaways? Up for grabs is Carnival of Souls by Melissa Marr, and a combo pack of For Darkness Shows the Stars AND Seraphina, by Diana Peterfreund and Rachel Hartman respectively)

Until next time~
Cheers!

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5 Comments

  1. Megan said,

    That trailer is so amazing! I made the mistake of watching it first late at night and it was so creepy I actually had a hard time falling asleep! It’s just as awesome watching it the second time! Can’t wait to read this book!

  2. Jessica M said,

    I would be more likely to read it based on the description than the trailer. That trailer makes me less likely to read the book, simply because I am not overly fond of books based in that time period. I will ignore the time period if given the option to read a book.

  3. pheonixgate said,

    I would be less likely to read this book based on the trailer, mostly because I was never interested in the 1920’s and I tend to find books based in the timeframe not that much fun.

  4. Anne M said,

    the trailer got me hooked! since i saw it, I’ve been wanting to read the book. i love the era and the supernatural aspect of the story.

  5. cara fielder said,

    This looks amazing, already seeing so many great reviews for it. Can’t wait to read it!

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