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100+ Book Giveaway Dan Krokos

Thursday, February 7, 2013



Dan Krokos

   False Memory Giveaway





Miranda wakes up alone on a park bench with no memory. In her panic, she releases a mysterious energy that incites pure terror in everyone around her. Except Peter, a boy who isn’t at all surprised by Miranda’s shocking ability.

Left with no choice but to trust this stranger, Miranda discovers she was trained to be a weapon and is part of an elite force of genetically-altered teens who possess flawless combat skills and powers strong enough to destroy a city. But adjusting to her old life isn’t easy—especially with Noah, the boyfriend she can’t remember loving.

Then Miranda uncovers a dark truth that sets her team on the run. Suddenly her past doesn’t seem to matter... when there may not be a future.

Dan Krokos’ debut is a tour-de-force of non-stop action that will leave readers begging for the next book in this bold and powerful new series.


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74 comments:

  1. Uh hard to say...probably everything about my family and friends! and all the books I've read xD

  1. Evie said...:

    My family :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  1. Definitely my family and friends!
    Thanks for the giveaway :)

  1. Thanks for the giveaway. I'd definitely wouldn't want to lose my childhood because it was the happiest time of my life.

  1. My mom, everything about her. My brother before he grew up. My dad and all his quirky jokes and stories. My lost pets and family. My friends. I don't even want to think about it! It's making me sad, haha.

  1. Probably everything about my family and friends!

  1. Chlidhood memories...and the school days..And sure family and friends!(int80)

  1. Heather said...:

    I'd hate to loose the memories of those who have already passed away. It's even making me tear up to think this. Darn, now I can't see the verification words.

  1. Kristia said...:

    The mischieves my sister and I did while growing up.

  1. Dani said...:

    Such a cool story, i love these memory lost book, because, when doing it right, is always a mystery (since we only know what the protagonist knows.
    I wanna read it

  1. Mental impairment that affects memory would be a particularly tough experience. On one hand, you'd be unaware you forgot something, but on the other hand, you'd probably have a nagging suspicion here and there, like a glimpse into something.

    Memory is tied to how a person identifies himself/herself. Not only would you lose the memories of all your loved ones, you'd lose yourself, your own identity, too. That would be horrific.

    Wow. This really got me thinking. I'd love to read this and review it. Thank you for the opportunity.

    44512@gdcribbs

  1. Well, I technically wouldn't miss it, because I wouldn't know what there is to miss lol. But, I would miss memories of meeting my husband and falling in love the most.

  1. Erica said...:

    I'd miss everything I take for granted. My family, my friends, everything that makes me...me.

  1. erin said...:

    Congrats to Dan on the new release and thanks for sharing! I think I'd miss the memories of friends and family.

  1. Meghan said...:

    Probably not remembering my family... sad face.

    mestith@gmail.com

  1. Many things, my wife , my dog, all my travels. It would pretty much suck.

  1. Anonymous said...:

    My family, my dogs and friends! Not remembering all these important people would be very disappointing. Thank you for this amazing giveaway and the chance to win!

    melissargolden@yahoo.com

  1. GW 65 said...:

    I'd miss my kids and grandchildren and my dog.

  1. let it be said...:

    I would miss those of family
    oddball2003 at hotmail.com

  1. My sister for sure! We are really close and I couldn't bear to lose my memories of her. To look at her and only see a stranger would break my heart.

  1. Family for sure, but having lost it how would I know to miss them?

  1. bn100 said...:

    good memories

  1. Denise Z said...:

    I think I would be very upset not knowing, but at the same time it just might be nice to start over from scratch and rebuild. Of course I would miss those I love.

  1. Erika said...:

    Probably all of it...but mainly my childhood memories with my father who isn't around anymore and every moment with my husband and kids! Thanks!

  1. I would miss all of the memories of my little brother and sister! <3

  1. Ash said...:

    My childhood memories.

  1. My childhood memories and High school days. :)Thx!

    -Riz Bulatao

  1. Lupi said...:

    My childhood memories and memories about my grandparents, my brother and my father...

  1. andie said...:

    Everything about my father and the fun thing we did together, my nephew, and my friends!

  1. Sayomay said...:

    The people who I loved. Like my little brother.

  1. Desiree said...:

    I would miss all the memories of my three year old growing up! That would be devistating.

  1. Chelsea B. said...:

    I would miss the memory of my family. I can't imagine not being able to know who they are, when they are every part of me.

  1. RIN said...:

    Honestly? I'd miss all of the things I've learned over the years. If I lost my memory, I wouldn't care that I didn't know who my family was (I mean, I might feel bead because they're sad), but if I forgot all of my knowledge... how would I get by int he world?

  1. Hana GD said...:

    If I were to lose my memory...oh no, I can't. I wouldn't want that.
    But I think if I really were to lose my memory, I'd miss the registered thoughts of my mom's cooking. :( :)
    But then of course, everyone who's very dear to me. ♥

  1. Sam said...:

    I'd miss all of the experiences that I have shared with the people I care about.

  1. My family, no doubt. <3

  1. All of my experiences with everyone I know.

  1. All of the wonderful memories of my amazing husband and our families. That would be the biggest thing.

  1. I think I'd miss my beliefs most. My family also, of course, but if I lost my memory I wouldn't know what I'm missing and I hope I would meet new people. But my beliefs are what make me who I am more so than the people around me do. Call me selfish, but I think I would miss myself.

  1. Rima said...:

    My childhood memories with friends and family.

  1. xDarithz said...:

    My family and friends and childhood

  1. The memories of my Mom, now that she's gone they're all I have.

    misusedinnocence@aol.com

  1. Wendi said...:

    knowing who my husband and kids are

  1. I know everyone says that... but it would be my family!
    Penny Pe

  1. Sandy said...:

    If I lost my memory, I guess I wouldn't miss anything since I would not know what I had lost

  1. My daughter.

    tdlsfm(at)yahoo(dot)com

  1. Thanks for the giveaway. I would miss the memories of my family.

  1. Rose said...:

    Any part that contained memories of my family.

  1. Amie said...:

    Probably my life before I lost the memory. I will keep wondering about How was I before? where is my family? or things that I used to love. For me losing memory is like losing part of who you are

  1. Suz Reads said...:

    I would miss memories of my friends and family! Thanks for this amazing giveaway! This book sounds great and I would love to win it!

  1. I would miss memories of my mom the most.

  1. If I lost my memory, I'd miss the memories I share with my Best Friend the most.

    I love the cover of this book! I'd like to win just so I could stare at it lol..but it does sound like an interesting read

  1. M.A.D. said...:

    Mary DeBorde

    My loved ones, especially those memories of my children!

  1. the memories of my kids when they were small

  1. My Family and friends, and my dog, and my cat also.

  1. Everything about my family and friends, that would be so sad.

  1. _Sandra_ said...:

    Those memories that made me a person I am today - family, friends, experiences and things I've gone through.. I think I would always wonder who I really was/am.
    Thanks for a giveaway! :)

  1. The Memories of my friends and family!

  1. I would definitely miss my memories of my mom. And of course my memories of my dad and my kids and grandson. I just couldn't lose those memories of my family. They are way to precious to me. Thank you so much for a chance at winning in your awesome giveaway!!

  1. any memory that involved my kids

  1. Memories of time I spent with my family

  1. Jasmyn said...:

    My family - especially my kids.

  1. Definitely my daughter and the rest of my family! I don't even want to think about that happening!