Welcome to everyone visiting as part of the Best of 2014 Giveaway Hop! This hop is kindly hosted by Bookhounds and I Am A Reader, Not A Writer. Head to those blogs to see the full list of participants, or see the linky at the end of this post.
If this is your first time here, Tea in the Treetops is written by a team of bloggers from Brisbane, Australia. This particular “Best Of” list consists of the books that Angelya, Philippa or Natasha enjoyed the most through this year. The covers are linked to our reviews for each book. I hope we can recommend one or two to you!
Favourites of 2014
The Book of Days by K.A. Barker
A very enjoyable steampunkish fantasy. Amazing world building and a rather whimsical and funny style, but also dark at times. A fantastic debut from this local (to us) author! – Angelya
Cress (The Lunar Chronicles #3) by Marissa Meyer
This series is just getting better and better, with this book bringing together characters we already love, plus introducing some new players. It’s all coming to a head and I just can’t wait to see what happens next. – Angelya
Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
The events and interactions between the mums of Pirriwee Public School all lead up to a dramatic drunken riot and the tragic death of one parent. I warn you, you will not be able to put it down. – Natasha & Philippa
Still Alice by Lisa Genova
This is a truly beautiful and life-affirming story. Alice Howland is a very successful and respected professor of psychology and linguistics at Harvard University, diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease. – Natasha
Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
I was completely hooked on this YA Fantasy with its strong main character and interesting magic system. – Philippa
Where She Went (If I Stay #2) by Gayle Forman
The sequel to the much loved If I Stay, I enjoyed this one even more. – Philippa
We’d like to give away one of any of the books mentioned in this post. If you’d prefer the first book in a series instead, or an electronic copy, that’s fine!
The book will be shipped from The Book Depository, so the giveaway is open internationally as long as they ship to your country. If you’re not sure, check here. If, for any reason, the book you choose is not available from TBD, you may be asked to choose a different option.
Please note, we will only accept entries via the rafflecopter form! Please don’t put your email into a comment, it won’t be included as an entry!
Sorry, but we can’t be responsible for books that get lost in the mail. We hope it reaches you in good condition!
The Rafflecopter form will be open until December 19th, then the winner will be notified by email.