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Promotion Celebration for Maximum Ride!!!

Do you love the series Maximum Ride? How about James Patterson? Are you a huge fan of action-packed books?

Well, I’m thrilled to bring to you an opportunity to stock up on some awesome reading!!!

ENTER TO WIN A SET OF JAMES PATTERSON PAGETURNERS!
MAXIMUM RIDE – IF SHE LIVES, THE WORLD LIVES, IT’S THAT SIMPLE.

Read “MAX” - the newest book in the bestselling Maximum Ride series.
On sale in paperback 09/01/09!


Still reeling from their most recent adventure, Maximum Ride and the rest of the flock must head out to sea to uncover the secret behind a brand new series of disasters—fish are dying off the coast of Hawaii, hundreds of ships are being destroyed. As if that weren’t enough, they’re also being tracked by a criminal mastermind with, oh yeah, an army of mercenaries. Can the flock save themselves and the ocean, and the world, from utter destruction?

Now for the rules:

The Maximum Ride: Max Promotion is open to legal US residents who are at least 13 years of age as of August 24, 2009. There will be two prizes for each Promotion. Each prize consists of the following eight (8) books: Maximum Ride: Max (paperback); Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment (paperback); Maximum Ride: School’s Out – Forever (paperback); Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports (paperback); Maximum Ride: The Final Warning (paperback); Maximum Ride: Manga (paperback); The Dangerous Days of Daniel X (paperback); and Daniel X: Watch the Skies (hardcover). The approximate retail value of each prize is $72.00. Winners will be confirmed on or about September 28, 2009 by email. Prizes will only be shipped to confirmed winners with addresses in the US. Prizes will be shipped within 30 days after a selected entrant is confirmed as a winner.

That’s right, you could win EIGHT books! 2 of you will receive (picture above):

-> Maximum Ride: Max (paperback)
-> Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment (paperback)
-> Maximum Ride: School’s Out – Forever (paperback)
-> Maximum Ride: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports (paperback)
-> Maximum Ride: The Final Warning (paperback)
-> Maximum Ride: Manga (paperback)
-> The Dangerous Days of Daniel X (paperback)
-> Daniel X: Watch the Skies (hardcover)

All you have to do to enter to win is to write a comment for this post, including your email address and the answer to this question:

What was the last book you read, and what did you think of it?

Simple, right?!

The entry time is from today, August 31st to before midnight (PST) on September 21st. I’ll randomly select two email addresses from all the qualifying entries and notify you ASAP.

Pretty awesome, I’d say!!!

Comments

luckygirl1112 said…
The last book I read was Fever 1793 Laurie Halse Anderson. I absoulutly loved it because I love read about the old times exspecially fiction style. It really entertains me. My name is J.J. and my e - mail is jfgirl@hughes.net
Bettina said…
The last book I read was Fire by Kristin Cashore. I just finished it and it was awesome!!! She's such a great author! I thought it was even better than Graceling, even though both books are amazing adventure stories!

but please enter me in this fabulous contest--I love James Patterson's work!! :D

thank you!
- Bettina
musketeersreviews(@)yahoo.com
Kate said…
The last book I read was Give up the Ghost. I was kinda surprised by it. Overall, I thought it was going to be a darker story but it was light and emotional. I really enjoyed it.

Please enter me in your contest. I have been dying to read this series.

neverendingshelf@gmail.com
Kelsey said…
The last book I read was Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick- it was amazing. I loved it and highly recommend it!

Kelsey
kelseythebookscout@gmail.com
Dahlia said…
The last book I read was actually Daniel X: Watch the Skies, which I loved. It was a lot like the first one, but that's okay beacuse the first one was really good. (If you're wondering why I'm entering a contest for a book I already own, it's because I don't have the entire Maximum Ride series, and I really, really want it.) ^_^

eclecticdahlia at aol dot com
donnas said…
The last book I read was Blue Moon by Alyson Noel. I loved it and cant wait to find out what happens in the next one.

bacchus76 at myself dot com
TheBookworm said…
The last book I read was Secret Society and I thought it was excellent! :D

Please enter me!

emailthebookworm(at)yahoo(dot)com
sandra said…
I just finished reading The Reformed Vampire Support Group and I couldn't put the book down! Not for the reason you might be thinking... I couldn't put it down because I am cursed with not being able to stop reading a book even if I hate it... I've tried but I just have to keep torturing myself until I finish it. Vampires being sickly and weak? I gave this book a chance, I swear I did but the plot was weak (like the vampires), the characters were tepid and the writing was mediocre, I can't even remember the main characters name.... It dragged on for too long.. after all the great books I've read recently...this one wasn't worth my library late fees!
MrsRonWeasley said…
Hey Sandra! You didn't leave an email for me to contact you if you win! I hope you check back on these comments because I didn't see a contact in your profile either. :(

Anyone know her and can let her know?

It's great to see so many entries and new recommendations (or warnings, lol)!
Stephanie said…
The last book I read was Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. As with The Hunger Games, the first book in the series, I couldn't put it down! I was very, very disappointed when the book ended...because I wanted it to go on and on and on. Can't wait for the third!
Thanks,
Stephanie
stephanie.boaman@gmail.com
Meghan said…
The last book I read was The Fetch by Chris Humphreys. I thought it was a really good book because it was all about runes and the legends behind them. It was written in a flashback style almost, which is really entertaining to read. My email is bookgrl999@gmail.com
Marjorie said…
The last book I read was Still Life by Joy Fielding, it was a super who done it.
Count me in on this great giveaway.


cenya2 at hotmail dot com
Kristen said…
Last book I read was... Assiniboin Girl by Kathi Wallace. It was a short e-book and was fairly interesting.

Kristen
bittahsweetharmony@yahoo.com
The Book Owl said…
The last book I read was Prophecy of the Sisters by Michelle Zink. I was super excited about it, but it didn't turn out that great. Thanks for hosting such a great contest!

McKenzie
mac.attack17(at)yahoo.com
bridget3420 said…
The last book I read was The Cave by Steve McGill and I thought it was a very touching book.

bjhopper(at)me(dot)com
natalierenae said…
The last book I read was Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson. Though it focused on some rather heavy topics, I really liked the book and thought that many teenagers could identify with the characters.

Please enter me in the contest!
-Natalie
-n_monzyk_27@yahoo.com
Mindful Musings Book Blog
Anita Yancey said…
The last book I read was Night Kills by John Lutz. It is a really good book, I just couldn't put it down. Please enter me. Thanks!

ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net
Neas Nuttiness said…
I just finished reading America Libre, by Raul Ramos Y Sanchez.

I loved it. It was well written, believable, and scary.


Thanks for this great giveaway.

libneas[at]aol[dot]com
etirv said…
I just finished reading Secret Desires of a Gentleman by Laura Lee Guhrke, made me teary eyed, thoroughly enjoyable!

delilah1080(at)yahoo(dot)com
Valorie said…
The last book I read was The Rise of American Democracy from Jefferson to Lincoln and it was sooo boring

Valorie
morbidromantic@gmail.com
April said…
The last book I read was Benny & Shrimp by Katarina Mazetti. It was amazing, very fantastic!
email is
goodbooksandgoodwine[at]gmail.com
katie said…
The last book I read was The Devil's Kiss by Sarwat Chadda and I really liked it. It was sad and a bit gory but still really enjoyable.

I would love to be entered to win the James Patterson prize pack! =]

katieb206@gmail.com
Bettina said…
This comment has been removed by the author.
Bettina said…
sorry! i was trying to comment on one of your reviews but accidentally commented on this again! but i've deleted it now :)
Orchid said…
The last book I read was Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause. It was just as thrilling and well written as I remembered it to be (I hadn't read it in at least five years).

hauntingorchid (at) aol (dot) com
Natalie said…
I recently read The Petite Four, which was pretty good, but kinda girly. (at least it was an adventure & mystery novel though!) It's kinda a historical fiction novel, so that's interesting but not the best book I've ever read.

but please count me in! I love this series! thanks!!!

Natalie
fallenangel10002003(@)yahoo.com
WilowRaven said…
The last book I read was Tithe by Holly Black and I really liked it! Can't wait to read the next two in the series.

WilowRaven[at]yahoo[dot]com

Thanks!
Haley Mathiot said…
I've been reading a lot lately. I read four books last weekend: Along for the ride, by Sarah Dessen, Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, Perfect Chemistry by simone Elkeles, and Sundays at Tiffany's by... James Patterson.

ironic, isn't it? that i just read J.Pat. He's awesome. I loved Sundays at Tiffany's because it's about a girl who fell in love with her imaginary friend. wonderful :D

haleymathiot at yahoo.com
loreleimarsh said…
The last book I read was The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks. It was on par with his other books (along the same line as The Notebook & A Walk to Remember). It was good for what it was. The last YA book I read was right before that and it was Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZING!! I can't wait for the sequel (Linger) next fall.
loreleimarsh@gmail.com
the last book I read, huh? I guess that would be Evil? by Timothy Carter and it was great. Really fast, amusing, imaginative. I'm reading Bran Hambric by Kaleb Nation now and it's great.

-lauren
lauren51990 AT aol DOT com
The last book I read was "Maximum Ride: The Final Warning" and I LOVE IT!! And that is the first one I have read, and I would LOVE to read ALL of them!!
I hope I can win them!!

Thankyou!! :D:D:D

-Lindsay

lindsay15photo@gmail.com
librarymom said…
I just finished Switch by Carol Snow, a quick read with a bit of fantasy. I also just read Crash Into Me by Albert Borris, an enlightening look into the minds of four suicidal teenagers. Two very different books but both good in their own ways.
librarymom said…
Sorry, forgot to leave an email address, kpg813@live.com.
Thanks!
zenshinwa said…
The last book I read was Holes by Louis Sachar and I must say, it was utterly amazing. :3 It filled me with such a lovely feeling and left me smiling all day long.

byproduct_of_insanity@yahoo.com
The last book I read was The Splendor Falls by Rosemary Clement Moore. Splendor is spooky romantic fun. Rosemary's voice is full of snarktastic wit. If you like her Maggie Quinn "Girl vs. Evil" (Prom Dates from Hell, etc.), you'll enjoy Splendor, a stand alone title.

Thanks for the fab contest oportunity. My name is Jenny (jmartinlibrarian, @jmSapereAude) and my email is mathmartin@tx.rr.com

THanks!
xollinzolox said…
The last book I read was The Vampire Diaries. Very good :)

Please enter me!

Lindsey
xollinzolox@aim.com
Lee P said…
I just finished reading Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyers and I thought it was a really good book. I've read all 4 books from The Twilight Series. I've never read vampire/werewolf books before, but now I am hooked on them. Thanks for this nice giveaway and please count me in.

chinook92(at)gmail(dot)com
PoetAtHeart said…
The last book I read was The Other Way Home book 1: A Journey By Chance
by Sally John. This book surprised me, it was very good. :)

Please enter me in this cool contest!
thank you!

rebekahluvssquidoo@gmail.com
Paradox said…
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Paradox said…
The last book I read was Behold the Eye: Braumaru by Veronica Tabares.

paradoxrevealed (at) aim (dot) com
Paradox said…
Oops, I forgot to say how I liked the book. I thought it was very original and interesting, but the characters could use a little more development.
Heather said…
The latest book that I read is 'Best Friends Forever' by Jennifer Weiner and it was wonderful! I read it at my beach cottage...and could not put it down!

roxxyroller(at)hotmail(dot)com

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