Saturday, 24 May 2014

Giveaway #392 : Win a signed copy of The Judas Scar - closed - winner Hazel Christopher


Scars. We all carry them. Some are mere scratches. Others run deeper.

At a school rife with bullying, Will and his best friend Luke are involved in a horrific incident that results in Luke leaving.

Twenty-five years later their paths cross again and memories of Will's painful childhood come flooding back to haunt him. His wife, Harmony, who is struggling after a miscarriage that has hit her hard, wishes Will would open up about his experiences. But while Will withdraws further, she finds herself drawn to the charismatic stranger from her husband s past, and soon all three are caught in a tangled web of guilt, desire, betrayal and revenge.

You can read my review of The Judas Scar here.

The publishers have kindly offered to send a copy of The Judas Scar, signed by the author, to one lucky Madhouse Family Reviews reader. Fill in your entries in the Rafflecopter widget below.


UK only. Closing date : 8/6/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !


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70 comments:

  1. Broken Silence & I loved it, it's one of those books you wish you never finish it

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  2. Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen - It was actually really good, I really enjoyed it.

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  3. What Ho Jeeves by PG Wodehouse - as with all Wodehouse books, absolutely brilliant
    Spencer Broadley

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  4. I am currently reading Expensive People by Joyce Carol Oates, its pretty dark and strange and makes you reflect on your parenting

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  5. I've almost finished Jodi Piccolt's House Rules which is absolutely brilliant.

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  6. Last read Waggy's tale. Was an interesting read about David Wagstaffe.

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  7. Why Does He Do That? By Lundy Bancroft - non - fiction and a real eye opener. To say I "enjoyed" it hmm not so sure, but it was informative and just what I needed to read to get me through a difficult period in my life.

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  8. Flowers in the attic virginia andrews loved it I love all her books

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  9. I've just read 'My Madder Fatter Diary' by Rae Earl, being a local lass the same age as me, with similar problems, I can really relate, so it was brilliant!

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  10. I've commented on Fun Facts about our four-legged friends (and their owners!)

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  11. the compass of now and it was very good :)

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  12. the boy in the striped pyjamas, brilliant

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  13. Slash's autobiography & yes it was very interesting ( Melanie M )

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  14. Thanks for the memories by Ceceila Ahern and it was good.

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  15. An Absolute Deception - by Lesley Lokko
    Great characters, but I'd worked out the ending by about quarter of the way through

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  16. Michael j Fox Lucky Man , its amazing x

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  17. Oliver Twist, im tring to get through the classics, Charles Dickens seems to be my favorite at the minute x

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  18. flowers in the attic and petals in the wind i love virginia andrews x

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  19. I'm rereading Georgette Heyer at the moment. The Nonesuch. And yes, it's as wonderful as ever. And I've just admitted that in public. Oh dear.

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  20. Nobody has sex on a Tuesday.
    Okay but cannot see how it was No.1 bestseller

    KATHY D

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  21. Tai Pan by James Clavell - I loved it, & still miss reading it as you really immerse yourself in the world of 1800's Hong Kong.

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  22. Walden and Other Writings and it is an excellent read.

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  23. Call the Midwife excellent social commentary of the era just after ww2

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  24. Reading Flowers in the Attic by Virginia Andrews for the second because it is such a good book

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  25. Betrayed by Jacqui Rose. A decent read so far.

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  26. I read City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare. I read it because I won it, I can't say I cared for it too much but I'm not a teenager so I'm not its target audience.

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  27. I've just finished reading Dead Gone by Luca Vesta; it was really good.

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  28. Forty Shades of Red White and Blue....and boy yes it was brilliant

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  29. Gypsy Boy by Mikey Walsh - highly recommended!

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  30. Renee Armstrong1 June 2014 at 16:17

    All Clear by Connie Willis.....very very long book set in World War Two. It was ok but lots of glaring mistakes in it made me cross !

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  31. Semper Fidelis: A Novel of the Roman Empire - Ruth Downie

    It's the fifth in the series I've read so they must be good.

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  32. I'm currently reading Twelve Years A Slave - it's good so far
    Stacey guilliatt

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  33. Don't Let Me Go by Susan Lewis, which was a follow up to a previous book. Excellent reading.

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  34. The Shack - just amazing ! Read it on the train and one lady asked me what I was reading because I was sat there with tears rolling down my face !! x

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  35. Just finished The Hive by Gill Hornby, it was ok, a bit predictable though!

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  36. The Book Thief - very moving, not sure I want to see the film now in case it doesn't do the book justice (also can't see how they can portray some of it at all!)

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  37. Purefinder: Ben Gwalchmai...............it was a case of 'l've started so l'll finish'. l found the book confusing because l thought (mistakenly) it was allegorical - it was however a gothic horror. l enjoyed the unexpected ending though

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  38. Agent 6 by Tom Rob Smith. Loved it and so glad the first book in the trilogoy (Child 44) is being made into a film

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  39. one child by torey haden, very good book, couldnt put it down :)

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  40. HARVESTING THE HEART jodi picoult

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  41. The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle by Kirsty Wark, an excellent debut novel :)

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  42. Blood brothers, J Cox. Enjoy all her books

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  43. Gone Girl and it was good

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  44. The last book I read for myself was The Bone Church by Victoria Dougherty and I also shared a book with my grandchildren called Sticks N' Stones and The Garden of Phea by Anglea Burkhead. They were both excellent books and I would heartily recommend them to everyone!

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  45. Lee Child, A wanted Man, excellent

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  46. Currently reading about a boy. A good read.

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  47. The gruffolo with my son and it's quite good lol x

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  48. I gave you knout in parenting x

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  49. I accidentally pressed that I gave you kred

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  50. So I've left the knout button unpressed as they are the same number if entries, just to make it even

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  51. The last book I read was; Never Mind the Botox: Alex ... was a brilliant read with a few twists :D

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  52. A tap on the window by Linwood Barclay - enthralling mystery

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  53. I've just read Rebecca again, I love it

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  54. I just read Waiting for Sunrise by William Boyd

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  55. John Grissom - The Client and yes it was an amazing book! :)

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  56. Verner's Pride by Mrs Henry Wood- it was brilliant

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  57. I read The Never List by Koethi Zan which was really good. Pretty intense!

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  58. the hunger games and I loved it!

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  59. Just started Cranford by E.gaskell

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  60. One of the Dr Siri Mysteries - Curse of the Pogo Stick. Have been enjoying all of these books.

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  61. Bordeaux Housewives by Daisy Waugh. Just what I needed, it's a bit trashy chick-lit but sometimes that hits the spot :) x

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  62. I have just finished Body Count Shaun Hutson - i won this book in a competition and it was well worth reading :)

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  63. Harry Potter Order Of The Phoenix and it was epic :)

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  64. We were liars - pretty good.

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  65. I am currently reading Netherland by Joseph O'Neill. I am enjoying the book, but will admit that it probably won't be everyone's cup of tea.

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