5 Copies of Dance of Shadows to be won!!!

image In October last year I told you about the new book by Yelena Black which is due to be published on 14th February 2013. This really was a book which I couldn’t put down (and that doesn’t happen often!), it had me gripped right from the start and now I can give Mummy Matters readers the chance to try it out for themselves.

I have 5 proof copies of the book to giveaway, all you need to do is complete the Rafflecopter entry form below. If you can’t wait to win a copy for yourself or for the publication date, then you can download the first three chapters for FREE from Amazon right now!!

To get a feel for the book why not watch the trailer below or ‘like’ the Facebook page to connect with more fans.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

44 thoughts on “5 Copies of Dance of Shadows to be won!!!”

  1. The last book I read was The Lady Risks all by Stephanie Laurens, would highly recommend it! I received it as a christmas present and thoroughly enjoyed it! Thankyou for the fab competition!

  2. Yesterday I finished the last book of The Hunger Games trilogy. Not my usual type of book but I must say I was hooked! Can’t wait to see if the film is as enjoyable 🙂 Would definitely recommend.

  3. Last book i read was Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz. I would highly recommend everyone read the full Odd Thomas series of books, they are amazing 🙂

  4. I’ve just finished reading “Rachel’s holiday” I had run out of something to read and this was an iTunes 12 days of Christmas book but I actually ended up really enjoying it! Emma x (twitter id @beachpebble)

  5. Last night I went to bed early so I could finish The Host by Stephenie Meyer and although it was tricky to get into I really enjoyed it and I’m going around to the neighbours later to lend it to her. Definitely a book to recommend.

  6. ‘The People Next Door’ by Christopher Ransom. A great read. After the first few pages, I thought it wasn’t going to be for me. But it got better and better. Couldn’t wait to pick it up again and was very surprised by the ending and outcome. Parts were gruesome

  7. I have just finished re-reading before I go to sleep by SJ Watson and yes I would definitely recommend it, it is one of the best books I have read in a while.

  8. I’ve just finished reading Petite Anglaise by Catherine Sanderson. I didn’t know it was a real story based on her blog when I first started reading – I just picked it up from the library as I liked the cover. How shallow of me! It was good though, and I would recommend.

  9. The last book I read was The Power Trip by Jackie Collins. I have every book she has written and they are my guilty pleasure. I would definitely recommend it! 🙂

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