Dec 8, 2012

End of the World Giveaway Hop

*Sigh* The end is near... At least that's what everyone's saying... I find it funny that the world is going bonkers over an ancient calendar, but I guess everyone loves a good conspiracy...

As a toast to the Mayans and their ability to freak us all out, I Am a Reader, Not a Writer & My Life With Books is hosting an End of the World Giveaway Hop.

So I want to ask you - if the world were ending, what book would you hastily grab on your way to find safety from your imminent demise?

Morbid, yes, but you have to admit it makes you think reallllly hard about those books sitting cozily on your shelf. It would be nice to say "no book left behind," but c'mon, that's just not practical.

As for myself, I'd grab some kind of dystopian novel that would give me tips on what to do and what not to do if the world as we know it changed for worse. Or something to read that would pump me up, allowing me to believe I can be as kick-butt as the characters. Something like Blood Red Road, The Hunger Games, or Divergent. Yeah, those would be my top three if I had a split second to think about it. From there, it would depend on which book was the quickest to grab.

What about y'all? See, this giveaway starts in about a week, so I wanna get some ideas from you.

Let me know :)

Happy Reading Everyone :)

~ Keely ~


  1. I love how the the world is supposedly going to end on my 18th birthday. Best present ever :P

    In terms of dystopian/post apocalyptic novel, The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa is one of my favourites.

    Across the Universe by Beth Revis and Inside Out by Maria V Snyder also have some what-happens-when-the-world-ends/we-can't-live-on-it-anymore themes, but they'd fall into the sci-fi genre. Same with Midnight City by J. Barton Mitchell.

  2. @Beczy @ Lost in Fictional Worlds Man I have that one on my shelf ~ just haven't gotten around to it yet... hmmmm...

    Thanks for the input!!!


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