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Sunday, July 7, 2013

Dan Waters

Break My Heart 1,000 Times


Living in the aftermath of the Event means that seeing the dead is now a part of life, but Veronica wishes that the ghosts would just move on. Instead, the ghosts aren't disappearing-they're gaining power.

When Veronica and her friend, Kirk, decide to investigate why, they stumble upon a more sinister plot than they ever could have imagined. One of Veronica's high school teachers is crippled by the fact that his dead daughter has never returned as a ghost, and he's haunted by the possibility that she's waiting to reappear within a fresh body. Veronica seems like the perfect host. And even if he's wrong, what's the harm in creating one more ghost?


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  1. Isabel C said...:

    It really depends on the book. If the book is done right, I love the Elizabethan/Victorian settings, but I also love the modern day paranormal settings-withing which I prefer big cities over small towns. It really does depend on the book though.

  1. bn100 said...:

    Don't have a fav setting

  1. Veronica Vasquez said...:

    I like high school settings. I don't know why, I just do.

  1. If the story is done right it doesn't matter, but Victorian London and the early 1900's in New York are among my fav

  1. I like dystopian worlds. I like when worlds are as far from reality as possible.

  1. Unknown said...:

    My favorite setting is generally modern day, but with some sort of twist, like magic, zombies or some such thing.

  1. I LOVE when the setting of a book has the characters at a boarding school/Academy. I don't know why exactly but for me I just love it! Thank you so much for this fun and awesome giveaway!!

  1. Thank you!!

    I don't mind where a book is set, so long as it fits the story.

    A manor on a bleak, misty moor such as in WUTHERING HEIGHTS for example.

  1. Kiku said...:

    I've always liked modern urban fantasy, but lately I've also become a fan of dystopian settings (:

  1. Brynna said...:

    Hmmm... I like lots of settings, I mean, I get bored if they don't vary.

    But... I have been loving Russian and Asian influences lately.

  1. I don't really prefer a specific setting, but I do like more old-fashioned settings :)

  1. Vanessa L said...:

    Dystopian worlds

  1. meryvamp said...:

    I love post-apocalyptic settings. Or I really enjoy fantasy realms with maps and lots of characters <3

  1. Katiria said...:

    Wow Great Question I like alot of different setting but I love and my favorite's is Dystopian settings thanks for the great givaway!

  1. Unknown said...:

    I love small town stories (probably because of the added drama) and Victorian. I know they're two completely different things, but that's my taste, and I'm sticking to it :)

  1. Unknown said...:

    I\m still not tired of post-apocalyptic worlds. :D

  1. Unknown said...:

    I'm not a fan of small town settings. Has a girl who spent her whole childhood and teen years in a small town, I can tell you nothing ever happens.

    I but I do like books that take place in places I've been or states that are close to mine. I live in Colorado so any book that takes in Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, or Wyoming are awesome. And I also like Montana as well.

  1. I'm pretty good with all settings as long as they are in the future. :) Though specifically, I love cities!

  1. Chelsea B. said...:

    I like other country settings: England, Scotland, Ireland, China...
    On the PS-- that cover is ridiculously wicked!

  1. I like any fantasy setting

  1. Unknown said...:

    Post apocalyptic or dystopian! Thanks!

  1. Unknown said...:

    dystopian settings...thanks for the giveaway!

  1. Unknown said...:

    I don't have a favorite setting. As long as it grabs my attention than I'm good.

  1. Jillyn said...:

    I love dystopian settings. I feel they're among the most creative.

  1. Anubha said...:

    I don't have a favourite setting :)

  1. London! It's my favourite city. Doesn't matter what period/era.

  1. C. said...:

    I don't really have a favourite setting, but I find it more interesting to read a book set in places I've never been to.

  1. I like dystopian worlds and small towns.

  1. i like high school setting :)

  1. I like urban settings or a magical school/camp/castle/something-along-that.

  1. karin said...:

    I really love boarding school books

  1. Frances said...:

    I like dystopian settings

  1. I entered your 150+ Book Giveaway
    It would be great to win a copy of Break My Heart 1,000 Times
    By Dan Waters.
    In response to your question of
    What is your favorite settings for books? Why?
    My favorite setting is ancient Greece. I have always wanted to visit Greece because i think it has an interesting culture.
    Thank you for having this giveaway!