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ARC Giveaway: Prophecy and Warrior by Ellen Oh

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Prophecy and Warrior ARCs Giveaway

Prophecy and Warrior by Ellen Oh ARC Giveaway

I was gifted ARCs of Prophecy and Warrior by Ellen Oh by an awesome blogger friend and I was really hoping to read them before Warrior’s pub date. HOWEVER, my December has filled up to a maddening degree and I just have to admit defeat this time around. I don’t want them to go to waste though, so I’m going to do a short giveaway for them so one of you can read Warrior early instead :D.

This is going to need to be another US/Canada only giveaway since I’ll be doing the shipping and I’m only going to run it a week so that I can get the books to the winner in time for her/him to read them :). Normal giveaway rules apply.

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Good luck!

Anya from On Starships and Dragonwings -Anya

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  1. I haven’t read Prophecy yet, but I heard it is good! A dragon book I enjoyed was the Firelight series by Sophie Jordan and the Slayers series by CJ Hill. There was another book about dragons I was thinking about, but I can’t remember know. I guess it wasn’t that great after all! lol.

  2. This is an awesome giveaway! Thanks for hosting!
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  3. Didn’t read it yet.
    Would like to read.

  4. Melissa Golden says:

    I love the Firelight series by Sophie Jordan! Its a great trilogy and I think they are making Firelight into a movie too! Thank you for this amazing giveaway and the chance to win!

  5. I haven’t read Prophecy yet (though it has been on my TBR list for a long time) but I love, love the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini. They were one of the series that got me into reading consistently.

  6. I love the Prophecy!!!!!!! I can’t wait for Warrior! So many thanks on hosting this awesome giveaway!

  7. I haven’t read Prophecy yet but I’ve heard good things about it and would love to give it a try! Thanks for the giveaway! :)
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  8. Meghan Stith says:

    I haven’t but I would like to!

  9. No, I have not read prophecy, but my friend Brian has and he told me to read it since he knows I adore dragons. (: Hmn.. lately? I have not read any ones that have stood out.

  10. I have not read Prophecy yet, but it looks interesting. As far as good dragon books, Seraphina was okay and I really liked The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde.

    Thanks for offering the books! I’ve become something of a book hoarder and am not sure I could do it. ;)

    • Oo fun! I have an ARC of The Last Dragonslayer hanging around here somewhere and I love the Thursday Next books, so I’ll have to read that one!

      Omg you should see my table right now, two stacks of 8+ books each waiting for me to find somewhere to put them >.> I’ve accepted that I just need to giveaway ARCs I can’t read and only buy copies of books I really really really loved. Otherwise I won’t be able to leave my apartment soon, haha

      • I used to be good about that, only buying books I knew I loved and would read again and again. Then, I got the idea of a home library into my head and started collecting lots of books, particularly YA and children’s. Now, my new rule is something along the lines of: $2-2.50 per book, especially ones I haven’t read or am getting for the sake of the collection. Books I loved or am getting signed get a little leeway, but I try to keep everything close to $5 or below.

        • Right???? I totally went through that phase when I moved into my first apartment this past year. I’m definitely spending more than $5 a book from time to time still, but I just can’t help it D:

          • I know, I know. Tis a hard thing for us book buying addicts. The worst is when I find a bunch of books on BWB that are already on sale but have to force myself to wait for a 30% or 40% sale off that. ;)

  11. I’ve not yet read Prophecy but I’ve been wanting to for ages. It sounds so GOOD. Thanks so much for this opportunity!
    Seraphina also sounds like a great but I’ve not yet read it. I’m waiting for the sequel to be a little closer.

  12. Thank you for the giveaway! I haven’t read Prophecy yet :)

  13. I need more dragons in my life. Just ordered Seraphina but need moooooore. So regardless of winning the giveaway or not I’m reading Prophecy. :D

  14. Read and loved Prophecy and Warrior, though I was kind of sad that a real dragon doesn’t show up til the second book, or I guess I should say a dragon character doesn’t show up. Thanks for the super amazing giveaway!
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  15. DRAGONS DRAGONS DRAGONS!!!! Ok no i haven’t read it yet. Good dragon books….have you read the Hurog Duology by Patricia Briggs? I really like those – dragon in there of course. I think the first one is Dragon Bones or Dragon Blood.
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    • I have read many random Patricia Briggs books, but not those! I seriously need to track down everything she has written!

  16. Haven’t started on this series yet. Firelight series by Sophie Jordan is also about dragons. :)
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  17. I have read Prophecy yet but have been wanting to!!! I havent read many dragon books-i think the ones i have are Born In Flames and Embracing The Flames by Candace Knoebel-they were pretty good.. thanks for the giveaway!!!

  18. I haven’t read this series yet, but I’ve been wanting to read it for a while now! It sounds really interesting and maybe something I’d like. :)

  19. I recommend The Burning Sky! It’s not exactly a dragon book, but it has dragons in it you see. ;D
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  20. Its really the matter if it is done right for me. There are a lot of books out there with that genre and you really have to be careful to make it unique but not overly so were it makes it hard to believe. A very delicate balance. :)

  21. Tammy Hudson says:

    I can see our goverment wanting to do thatt in the future.
    Tammy Hudson

  22. I think it makes for an interesting background for a book. I love the concept of it. Hopefully it never happens in real life. :D
    Thank you!
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  23. As with any other dystopian government, they try to control you. It’s what they do. Scary but if you look at our current government, you might not see so many differences :(
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  24. The whole dystopian genre is oversaturated with the government controlling one’s life gimmick these days. It would be nice if more of them were similar to Breathe, Partials, or The Immortal Rules where the government controls everything, but there is some unique aspect to the world, such as lack of oxygen, robots, and vampires.

  25. I am entering because my wife has gone on a YA dystopia kick and looking for new reads. Hopefully I am allowed enter in her stead?

    My own tolerance has taken a hit, I think it may be time for me to admit defeat.
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  26. Government testing determines your life? It’s really hit or miss. I like the concept, BUT… it’s getting to be overdone and more importantly, people are starting to do it really badly. If it’s done well, it’s awesome, but if it’s done for the sake of having a an ‘ooh! bad, scary government’ without it having much bearing on anything else then… meh. Not so much.

    Anyway, I still it’s better than evil government is evil because it won’t let me luuuurve the boy I luuurve’

  27. I’m actually sort of into it because I want to be like the characters in these dystopian stories that overthrow the government!

  28. Sarah Kellar says:

    I think the trend is pretty cool. I don’t care either way as long as the book is written well.

  29. I think it would me fearful and angry as well.
    Thanks :)

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