The Three Book Review

Competition Now Closed

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OK, let me start by saying when you receive a book and on the back cover is a quote from your favourite author.... "The Three is really wonderful, a mix of Michael Cricton and Shirley Jackson.  Hard to put down and vastly entertaining" - Stephen King.  You KNOW you've got an exciting story on your hands!!

Black Thursday. The day that will never be forgotten. The day that four passenger planes crash, at almost exactly the same moment, at four different points around the globe.

There are only four survivors. Three are children, who emerge from the wreckage seemingly unhurt. But they are not unchanged.

And the fourth is Pamela May Donald, who lives just long enough to record a voice message on her phone.

A message that will change the world.

The message is a warning.


In The Three, Sarah Lotz (@SarahLotz1) has created a chilling world in which normality is a thing of the past and suspicion runs rife through society.  A gripping read that pulls at your Imagination and Unearths your deepest fears.

You can download a FREE ebook sampler at Amazon (estimated 48 pages worth of free!) and I'm sure if like me you are a Stephen King fan you will not be disappointed with the sampler.  It will, in fact, find you wanting to read more!  But, you don't have to take my word for it, there are already reviews from the sampler on Amazon and all very positive, plus as the sampler is free you can make up your own mind on the book and if you do find yourself wanting to read more you can pre-order the full version from Amazon for when it's released on 22nd May.

I have (and let's quote Stephen King again shall we....) "The really wonderful" The Three to give away to one of you lucky lot!  And as I have it in my possession, it means I'll be able to send this out as soon as the competition has ended (and details have been sent to me) I can get this book in your very hands before the release date of 22nd May - so how does that sound?

Fab?  Pretty much!!
Disclaimer: I received The Three book to run as a giveaway.


23 comments:

  1. I don't have a favourite Author so far. I think this is because there are so many brilliant books out there.

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  2. I love lots but at the moment I am enjoying Victoria Hislop's books. I have finished reading The Island and am now reading The Return! Love her books!

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  3. I like stephen king and sophie kinsella

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  4. Cannt say I have one favourite but do enjoy Dan Browns books and jo Waltons

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  5. I read a lot, but I guess if I had to pick one author as my favourite it'd have to be Stephen King.

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  6. I read a lot, but if I had to pick one author I guess it'd have to be Stephen King.

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  7. I enjoy a good crime or thriller. No favourite author. Currently reading PJTracey books

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  8. Dean Koontz is one of my favourites

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  9. I've always really liked Dean Koontz

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  10. I love Stephen King novels but I wouldn't say I have a favourite author, there are just so many brilliant ones out there it doesn't seem fair to pick just one :)

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  11. My favourite author is Stephen King but I do like to read and review a lot of other authors

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  12. stephen king, enid blyton, jackie collins

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  13. I don't have a favourite author as there are so many good ones. I love Michael Morpurgo, Jane Austen, The Brontes, Charles Dickens, Roald Dahl, Khallid Hosseini, Victoria Hislop and Ruth Rendall to name but a few :)

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  14. I don't have a favourite author, the book I have just read Don't Let Me Go by Susan Lewis was excellent and also the previous one to that. I admire JK Rowling for her achievements.

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  15. John Grisham, J.K Rowling and Ian Rankin

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  16. My favourite author is George Orwell, guilty pleasures I love anything by Maria v. Snyder

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  17. Guilty please is Maria V Snyder, but favourite book ever was written by George Orwell

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  18. It's always been Stephen King since I can remember lol x

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  19. Brandon Sanderson is my current favourite

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  20. No real favourite as I'm a tart when it comes to most things except for my man!

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