Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Book Giveaway: Kaimira The Sky Village by Monk and Nigel Ashland

Last week I reviewed Kaimira: The Sky Village by Monk and Nigel Ashland. This week, I'm giving my readers a chance to win an advanced reading copy of The Sky Village, the first of five books in this new young adult series. I'll be choosing a winner for this book on August 6th at 9 PM EST.

In a futuristic world, humans, animals and intelligent machines battle for supremacy.

Mei and Rom are extraordinary teens who have inherited the mythical power known as Kaimira, giving them a rare and dangerous ability to balance the elements of these three clashing species.


Read the first chapter here at KaimiraCode.com

The Rules:
Leave a comment on this entry to enter.
Leave a comment on my review of the book for one extra entry.
Mention this contest on your blog for three extra entries.
Do all three and you'll have five chances to win!
Winner will be chosen at random on August 6th at 9 PM EST.

Good luck everyone!

20 comments:

  1. Did someone say dystopia? I am so hoping I win this one!

    I'm adding a link to my most recent post under other contests.

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  2. Lenore: I'm a real sucker for dystopian themes. Have you read Little Brother by Cory Doctorow? It's being billed as a modern, teen version of 1984. I loved 1984 so it's pretty high on my TBR pile.

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  3. Another dystopian sucker. Please enter me!

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  4. LOL! You're in good company, Fashion-Piranha. Thanks for entering.

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  5. Most definately enter me please!

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  6. thanks for reading my blog and good luck with your visit to the dentist...also, please enter me for your giveaway :)

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  7. My 15 year old daughter said win it mom!! So please enter me!

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  8. Ha - I just read Little Brother last week and my review will go up today sometime. I did like it - in fact I stayed up pretty much all night to finish it - it was that exciting.

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  9. This seems interesting. Enter me, please!

    gautami.tripathy[at]gmail.om

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  10. i agree this book does seem very interesting

    lc_intocable at yahoo.com

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  11. Excellent timing! I have been trying to finish the latest by Kate Jacobs for a review and...can't...do...it. Too fluffy. Must go to the dark side....

    Toss my name on the pile and thanks for providing this giveaway

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  12. Thanks for the giveaway, Ruth. I blogged about it HERE and also posted on your review, which I enjoyed reading.

    Love the new design! Did you do it yourself?

    Cheers,
    Shana
    literarily AT live DOT com

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  13. I'd love to be entered in your giveaway! I've got a giveaway post going up later today or early tomorrow and you will be on it (for The Gargoyle too, but I've got that one so I'm only entering this one). Add me to the list of dystopian "suckers", LOL!

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  14. Throw my name in, please! I'd love read this! Thank you!

    bunnybx at gmail . com

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  15. Please enter me in your contest. I have blogged about your contest on Random Wonder here

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  16. Lenore: Ooh, now I'm really excited for Little Brother. I'll be on the lookout for your review.

    Cynthia: Which one are you reading, Comfort Food or The Friday Night Knitting Club? I picked up the latter because I'm a knitter, and, well, all that pretty yarn on the cover was calling my name. It's not the type of book I usually read, but it wasn't bad.

    Shana: Thanks! Yep, I did the new site design myself. I was thinking about hiring someone, but I have a decent knowledge of HTML and Paint Shop Pro, so I decided to see what I could do. I'm pretty happy with the results.

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  17. This looks like a really interesting book. Please count me in! Thanks for the chance. I'd love to read it!

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