GIVEAWAY! Win 10 Signed Books!

by Natalia Kay on February 14, 2019

Are you a collector of signed books? Do you love reading different authors? Or do you need to fill up your bookshelves?

Reader’s Warehouse is giving away 10 different signed books, including a few first and limited-edition ones!

 

This AWESOME giveaway includes:

Into the Water – Paula Hawkins (First Edition)

The Cutting Edge – Jeffery Deaver

The Wizard of Once – Cressida Cowell

The Fallen – David Baldacci

The Midnight Line – Lee Child (First Edition)

Night School – Lee Child (First Edition)

Still Me – Jojo Moyes

21 Lessons for the 21st Century – Yuval Noah Harari

Summoner: The Outcast – Taran Matharu (Proof Copy)

The Burning Chambers – Kate Mosse

 

To enter, all you have to do is leave a review for any book on our website. One review equals one entry.

Best of luck to everyone!

Competition ends on 21 February 2019 and the winner will be announced on 22 February 2019.

 

12 comments
by Majidie Cassiem on November 05, 2019

I love all these authors and have read most of their books and by winning these signed books will turn my collection into a gold collectors pride and joy.

by Robyn Biddle on November 05, 2019

I have just read ‘Still Me’ by Jojo Moyes, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I have read the previous two books in the trilogy – ‘Me before You’, and ‘After You’ and it was such a tonic to read Still Me and catch up with the main character Louisa Clark. I feel like I almost got to know her personally. Jojo Moyes really has a way of drawing the reader in to the story. I could almost feel the raw emotion Louisa felt when she had her bad moments. I feel lost now that I have finished reading the book but can highly recommended it.

by Aqeelah on November 05, 2019

I just wrote 4 long and honest reviews on books on this site. I really hope I win because my biggest dream is win a book competition and I’ve never won before!

by Dylan Wilson on February 19, 2019

Another book I thoroughly enjoyed which I also read and won recently was A Man Called Ove by Swedish author Fredrik Backman.
Wonderfully funny, yet deeply moving! I laughed, cried, smiled and chuckled my way throughout. There is also a great film based on this book which I watched afterwards and is highly entertaining.

by Dylan Wilson on February 19, 2019

I recently read and thoroughly enjoyed the novel Room by Emma Donoghue. Love the film and then won the book so was beyond happy!
Full of dark deeds and childlike wonder, this book will challenge your perceptions and reality in the best possible way…
Highly recommended essential reading.

by Helene Milbourn on February 19, 2019

I love Jojo Moyes have read all her books and loved everyone of them. I would love to receive these books as I cannot afford to buy books. I receive books as birthday and Christmas presents and so treasure them.

by Jolene Cupido on February 19, 2019

Great fan of Lee Child

by 'Bronwen on February 19, 2019

I am a huge Jeffery Deaver fan. I have read all of his books and have collected nearly all of them as well. Burial Hour is brilliant. LIncoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs make a brilliant team. Jeffery Deaver knows exactly how to captivate his audience right from the beginning. Once I begin reading a book by Jeffery Deaver I find it hard to put down until I have finished it.

by Cheryl on February 19, 2019

pleeeease

by Cheryl on February 19, 2019

pleeeease

by Kerstin Hemphill on February 19, 2019

I love the “21 Lessons for the 21st Century”. What an inspiring book, very well written.

by Lorraine Wright on February 19, 2019

Just finished reading Michael Connelly’s Dark Sacred Night. He still writes with authenticity that holds the readers attention right to the last word. I hope Harry and Renee continue to work together as they really work as a team. Since his first book “the black echo” I have been a huge fan and nothing has changed all these years later, he knows how to keep you hooked.

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