Contest: What Book Do You Love Too Much?

Win a copy of The Man Who Loved Books Too Much

I’m always on the hunt for great books to read, so I’ve decided that for this giveaway I’m going to get you to tell me about your favourite book.

Just leave a comment on this post, including the title and author of the book you can’t live without and think everyone else ought to read, too, and you’ll be entered in a draw to win a copy of The Man Who Loved Books Too Much.

Don’t forget to leave your email address when you comment so I can contact you if you win. Contest closes July 11, 2011, at midnight EST. Good luck and good reading!

 

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4 Replies to “Contest: What Book Do You Love Too Much?”

  1. “Anne of Green Gables”. I promise I read many other books, but this childhood favorite was the one I went back to when I lived abroad for nigh two years and couldn’t buy books in English anywhere nearby. Anne was on my iPod Touch with a few others, and I was so, so glad.

  2. I’ll never be without at least a digital copy of Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner because it is never re-read the same way – seemingly endless themes and conjecture because its a story told by several storytellers, and which parts are true? That wondering makes the story wonderful and a place to revisit.

  3. Sounds like an easy contest, except…how to choose! Let’s go with another oldie–but definitely a goodie–Truman Capote’s IN COLD BLOOD.

  4. Not an original choice, I know, but I could pretty much only read The Great Gatsby for the rest of my life and be happy. (F. Scott Fitzgerald.)

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