Rummanah Aasi
  Many thanks to Graphia and author Barry Lyga, I have a signed paperback copy of Goth Girl Rising and two postcards of Barry's books to giveaway! Since I have the goodies on hand, this giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only. Giveaway will end on 11/19/11 at 10 PM EST. To enter simply include your name/alias in the comments along with an email address so I can contact you if you win. The winner will be announced on my blog on 11/20/11. Good Luck!

About Goth Girl Rising:

Time is a funny thing in the hospital. In the mental ward. You lose track of it easily.

After six months in the Maryland Mental Health Unit, Kyra Sellers, a.k.a. Goth Girl, is going home.
Unfortunately, she’s about to find out that while she was away, she lost track of more than time.
Kyra is back in black, feeling good, and ready to make up with the only person who’s ever appreciated her for who she really is.
But then she sees him. Fanboy. Transcended from everything he was into someone she barely recognizes.
And the anger and memories come rushing back.
There’s so much to do to people when you’re angry.
 

Kyra’s about to get very busy.
7 Responses
  1. Missie Says:

    Woohoo! Love that cover! Thanks for the giveaway.

    missie at theunreadreader.com


  2. Maggie H Says:

    Maggie H

    Would love to pass this to the teens at the library

    mhargrav [at]cumberland.lib.nc.us


  3. Orchid Says:

    This is lucky, I was just thinking about Goth Girl Rising while fixing my Goodreads shelves. =)

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

    hauntingorchid(at)aol(dot)com


  4. Vivien Says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Vivien
    deadtossedwaves at gmail dot com


  5. Ooh, wow! Thank you so much for the giveaway! I've been wanting to read this. =)

    vintagebookworm(at)yahoo(dot)com


  6. LoriStrongin Says:

    Sounds both creepy and intriguing. Her anger worries me a bit, because I find characters that are angry throughout a whole book are sometimes hard to read/sympathize with, but I'd still give this one a chance.


    Smiles!
    Lori


  7. Canada Says:

    PS- While I did enjoy this book very much, I would not recommend it to readers under the age of 16. I have no doubt that there are children younger than 16 that could handle some of the content, but 16+ is just my person opinion/recommendation.


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