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Silver Phoenix Giveaway

Never in my adult life have I read a book that immediately made me want to go out and meet the person who wrote it. Never until I read Silver Phoenix by Cindy Pon. Honestly there are so many things not to like about Silver Phoenix for me.  That may seem like a harsh thing to say, but I have blogged quite a bit about how much I dislike fantasy and find it unapproachable.  I also particularly dislike historical fiction.  Cindy described Silver Phoenix as faux historical and instead of hating that fact about the book I LOVED IT.  The fantasy, the history, and the mythology all weaved together into a perfect story for me.

 

In honor of the forthcoming sequel entitled Fury of the Phoenix, I am giving away 5 copies of the paperback edition of Silver Phoenix so you can have a chance to read this remarkable book before the next one releases on March 29, 2011.

 

To enter just leave a comment on this post saying you would like to win the book.  Make sure there is a way for me to contact you if you are a winner!

 

Throughout the month of March I will be posting guest reviews from various bloggers of Silver Phoenix and stay tuned because there may be ways to earn extra entries!! And of course I still have to struggle to put into words my own experience on reading and falling in love with this book.

 

Enter to win one of five paperback copies of Silver Phoenix.

 

P. S. In case you missed it, I did get a chance to meet Cindy and it was amazing. Thanks Cindy for being such a generous author!

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  1. I'd really love to win this!

    lovemybabysquid@yahoo.com

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  2. Your blog has ignited a flame in my soul, and I really want to read this book. I recently finished Mary Robinette Kowal's "Shades of Milk and Honey", which is also a blend of historical and fantasy. And I'm thirsty for more.

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  4. I read silver phoenix and couldn't put the book down and now looking forward to reading fury of the phoenix and really would loveeee to wiiiiin!
    mahnoor.saghir@gmail.com

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  5. Well, with that ringing endorsement, how can I help but want to win a copy! :)

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  6. I've been wanting to read this book for months ! please count me in !

    uniquas at ymail dot com

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  7. I WOULD LOVE TO WIN!!!

    ashtreygonesmokeya@yahoo.com

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  8. I'd really love to win this!

    lesly7ch(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  9. I've heard awesome things about this book! I'd love to win a copy! Thank you so much for the giveaway! :)

    girlaboutbooks@gmail.com

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  10. It sounds like a great book, I am adding it to my list, please enter me into giveaway

    Starshadow.blog@gmail.com

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  11. I'd love to win!

    shutupjessicasreading @ gmaildotcom

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  12. I too absolutely adore Cindy - SOOO nice and approachable. I'm going to cross my fingers so tight they switch places.

    sophiathewriter at gmail

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  13. I would absolutely love to have these books!! I've been wanting to for so long now!!! Pick me!

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  14. I would love a chance to win! Been wanting to read this but haven't got my hands on them! Hope i win :D



    harley--22@hotmail.com

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  15. I'd love to win this!!

    faefever25@hotmail.com

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  16. Enter me please!
    I'd love to win!
    travisp1026@yahoo.com

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  17. I would love to win!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    minas_1989(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  18. It was so awesome meeting you at the social tonight. And I would LOVE to win a copy of Silver Pheonix! And love the blog, by the way.

    chersti.nieveen [at] gmail [dot] com

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  19. I would like to win a book!! But of course.
    fireandicedotheatheratgmaildotcom

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  20. Thanks for letting me know about the giveaway!

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  21. Totally in! The book is amazing!

    giota22@msn.com

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  22. Thanks for doing this giveaway! :) If I win, my email is grig at gmx dot com

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  23. Thank you for the giveaway! I'd love to read this.
    k_anon[at]hotmail[dot]co[dot]uk

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