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The Book Orphanage

Tuesday, 15 July 2014
Over the past few years I have accumulated a lot of books. So many in fact that I no longer have room for them all. I recently sorted out my bookshelves and now have a large box of books under my bed that want a proper home. These are a mixture of books that I have read and don't have the room to keep, have several copies of, received in a giveaway long ago or received as an unsolicited book to review. Most of these books sound/are great but I simply don't have room for them or the time to read those that I haven't already. This is the book orphanage.


All of the books in the "orphanage" are free to a good home - you just have to pay the postage for me to send you your requested book(s) (unless we swap books often in which case I will send to you for free. The ones that I was sent by publicist for review purposes I would preferably prefer to send to a blogger who would like to review it but the others I am happy to send to anyone. Most of these books are YA but there are also a few general fiction, fantasy and NA books in there. As an alternative to being mailed - if you are someone I am likely to meet up with in the future (ie. A Londoner as I will be there shortly for two weeks) I will happily give it to you in person.

Also if you think I simply HAVE to read any of the books rather than giving them away let me know in the comments (some I have read, some I haven't).

All the books available are below - a strike through means it is no longer available / is not currently available. I will send books to countries other than the UK but postage can get expensive to other countries (if you are US based, it is probably cheaper for you to just buy the book new) so bear that in mind.

Angelfall by Susan Ee - Duplicate
Angelfall by Susan Ee - Duplicate
The Elites by Natasha Ngan - Duplicate
Rule by Jay Crownover - Duplicate
Love In Revolution by B.R Collins - Very old giveaway win
Anthem For Jackson Dawes by Celia Bryce - Very old giveaway win
Return To Me by Justina Chen - Very old giveaway win
The Weight Of Souls by Bryony Pearce - Not even sure where this one came from :P
Death & Co by D.J. McCune - Giveaway win
Starters by Lissa Price - Duplicate
Boy Nobody by Allen Zadoff - Duplicate
Unnatural Creatures by Neil Gamain - Giveaway win
The Eye Of Minds by James Dashner - Duplicate
The Demons Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan - Bought, read, no longer want
Skippy Dies by Paul Murray - Very old giveaway win
Our Kind Of Traitor by John Le Carre - Very old giveaway win
City Of Masks by Mary Hoffman - Very old giveaway win
Generation Dead by Daniel Waters - Bought, read, no longer want
Kiss Of Life by Daniel Waters - Bought, read, no longer want
Wake by Amanda Hocking - Bought, read, no longer want
Radiance by Alyson Noel - Bought, read, no longer want
Running Girl by Simon Mason - Unsolicited review book
Dead Time by Anne Cassidy - Very old giveaway win
Street Duty by Chris Ould - Very old giveaway win
Touch Of Power by Marie V. Snyder - Duplicate
Saving The World And Other Extreme Sports by James Patterson - Bought ages ago not realising it was book 3, now have all on my kindle
Missing Ellen by Natasha Mac a'Bhaird - Unsolicited review book
Zombies Don't Cry by Rusty Fischer - Very old giveaway win
Being A Boy by James Dawson - Got whilst interning last year, great book but I know I will never read it again
Pegasus And The Flame by Kate O'Hearn - Unsolicited review book
A Mutiny In Time by James Dashner - Very old giveaway win
Song Of The Moon by Catherine Banks - Very old giveaway win
Mercenary by Catherine Banks - Very old giveaway win
Wanted by Sara Shepard - Bought, read, no longer want
Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon - Bought, read, no longer want

If you are interested in any of these books please contact me in some way eg. comment, email or twitter etc.

1 comment:

  1. I love this idea! What a great way to give books a home! :)

    If you can't find them good homes with book bloggers, why not donate to a local school? I'm a high school teacher in the US and lots of my English teacher friends have a classroom library for their students to borrow books from. Just a thought. Good luck! :)

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