Monday, March 12, 2012

CLOSED! Giveaway: Pretty Crooked (finished & signed!)

This giveaway is CLOSED!



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19 comments:

  1. YAY. YAY. You are AWESOME, Sierra. For this giveaway! I'm so stoked :D

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  2. Oh, and that question is SERIOUSLY hard to answer. There are so many, but, since I just read The Catastrophic History of You and Me, I'd have to say Patrick and Brie. :)

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  3. Jessica (Peace Love Books)March 13, 2012 at 5:08 AM

    Hmmm that's such a hard one! I would have to say Jace and Clary in Mortal Instruments! They deserve each other, but it was so hard to watch when they thought they were related! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  4. Oh whoops! So sorry -- I only saw the US only after I'd put in 1 entry. I'm in Canada so you can just delete my entry... sorry about that!

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  5. I'm gonna say Katniss and Peeta in the Hunger Games :)

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  6. Cassie from Beautiful by Amy Reed. That poor girl goes through so much crap, and I just felt helpless reading about her without being able to do anything.

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  7. Cassandra MartinoMarch 13, 2012 at 1:47 PM

    This was a tough question but the first person that popped into my mind was Alexa from Blood Warrior and Half Black Soul by H.D. Gordon. She was really put through the ringer.

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  8. Cammie from Ally Carter's Gallagher Girls series.  She can never figure out if Zach is trustworthy.  Every semester she finds herself in deeper trouble that she has to find her way out of.  Sometime a 16-17 yr old needs a break.  Even if she is a spy.

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  9. Mary from The Forest of Hands and Teeth. Her life is terrible! Zombies everywhere, losing everyone she ever loved...it sounds awful!

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  10. Eve Dallas from the JD Robb series.

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  11. Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter

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  12. I'd love it if she weren't an outcast, if people appreciated her.

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  13. I'd say Aibileen from The Help

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  14. good question....had to be eve dallas in JD Robbs in death series.

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  15. I would say Will from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. At the end of Clockwork Prince, Will is so sad and depressed because of the heartbreak he has to suffer. Not to mention, everything he has ever had has been taken from him. It makes me cry.

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  16. Oh my goodness, lemme think about that! Who would I help? I'd have to say...probably..why is this so hard? 

    I say Tris from Divergent. Things go pretty crazy and terrible for her at the end of Divergent. And I think she'd be really lost w/out Four, so she could use the help. 

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  17. Nico Di Angelo from Percy Jackson.  I feel bad for the poor kid every time I read tTC!!!!

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  18. I think I would love to make Snape's life better....Such a tormented and good soul. Love him 

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  19. theliteraturelionMarch 25, 2012 at 8:50 PM

    Definitely Will from the Infernal Devices. His life was so tough since he pushed everyone away and I wish I could just take away some of that pain! 

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