Monday, October 27, 2008

Lost and Found By Carolyn Parkhurst - Giveaway!

On behalf of the generous Hachette Book Group, I can offer five (5) bloggers a copy of Lost and Found by Carolyn Parkhurst!

A suburban mom, her troubled daughter, divorced brothers, former child stars, born-again Christians, and some young millionaires have all been selected to compete on LOST AND FOUND, a daring new reality show. In pairs of two, they will race across the world to compete for a million-dollar prize.The only question is not only who will capture the big jackpot, but at what price.

Carolyn Parkhurst is also the author of the bestseller The Dogs of Babel.

* Winners are restricted to the US and Canada. No PO Box mailing addresses, please.

* I must have a way of contacting you, so be sure to leave your email address in code: you[at]yourmail[dot]com

* I'll close the comments in one week at 6PM EST November 3rd and pick the winners. I will contact the winners via email to get their snail mail address. The winners will have three days to respond. If I do not hear from them within three days, I will select another winner(s).

* If you're interested, leave a comment with that all-important email in code.
My Review
Because I've been swamped with other books to read and review, it took over a year for me to pick up and read this book! I was disappointed with it.

Each paragraph is written in the first-person voice of one of the contestants of the reality television game show that is the setting for this novel. The theme contains an obvious homosexual agenda. The plot moves at a steady pace, with a predictable ending.


Anonymous said...

Please enter me! milou2ster(at)gmail(dot)com. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

Ruby (Mouth) said...

Sounds like a pretty awesome book. Would love to win it.

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Sandra said...

I absoultely loved The Dogs of Babel. I would love to read this book, please enter me. Thank you.

Sandra said...

Forget to leave my email although it's in my site profile:

Thanks again.

Impkatt said...

My mother would love this! Entering for her (she is PC illiterate*lol*)

Dawn said...

This sounds like fun. Up to five copies to offer, very generous!

Please enter my name - thanks!

Dawn [dot] rennert [at] verizon [dot] net

Ti said...

I just won a book from you but this one sounds good too. I try not to be a contest hog but sometimes it's just too tempting. Forgive me!


Gwendolyn B. said...

I'm intrigued . . . please enter me, and thanks for the chance!
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

Sara said...

Please enter me, thanks!

Crystal Adkins said...

I know it's a shot in the dark, but please enter me ;) Thanks! Crystal Adkins

shelburns said...

I would love to read this! I'm adding it to my Wednesday Wanderings post. Hope it helps drive some traffic your way!
shelcows at gmail dot com.

Janel said...

Sounds like a good cast of characters to throw together! Thanks!

jgbeads AT gmail DOT com

Yan said...

It sounds fantastic!


Kimberly said...

This sounds like a very interesting book. I would love to be entered in your contest please? Thanks!

HunnyV "at" Optonline "dot" net

BusyMom said...

I'd like to read this. I'm into Game Shows.

Stephanie said...

Sounds great!! I'd love to read this. stoland at ameritech dot net!

Margie said...

please enter me in your book giveaway! I'd love to add this to my "library"!

Darlene said...

Oh that sounds like a really good book...please enter me.

akmunkus (at) cableone (dot) net

Melissa Wertz said...

Please enter me if it is not too late.

Melissa Wertz said...

oh, i forgot my email addy

melissa at imagesbymissy dot com

Susanne said...

My favorite reality show is Amazing Race so you know I'd love to win this book! Please enter me!

Sara said...

I would love to read this book...

My e-mail is:

nhsarab (at) yahoo (dot) com.

Maybe I'll win!!!

Anonymous said...

An amazing race in novel form; yay! It sounds just like something I'd enjoy.

AndieJ said...

Hi Sal,

I read this book back in the Spring, and we actually got to chat with Carolyn Parkhurst. It was a kick! I loved the book. I think it has a lot of relevant things to say about our society.
Blessings, Andie

RAnn said...

I'd love to win! ruthjoec at aol dot com

Leena said...

This is interesting :)
It could be very good English exercising to read this book.
I just found this Widget and started to read it there.

Do you know this URL of the old books:
It`s very interesting too!