Lost At Sea Scavenger Hunt Stop #1

Welcome to the Lost At Sea Scavenger Hunt!

You’ve found Stop #1!

To celebrate the release of King’s Blood, I am taking my characters through a land of lands in search of a place they can call home. I hope you’ll have fun as you follow their journey.

Start on this post and read through each blog post on the hunt. There are 19 stops. Please follow them in order so that you can collect all the red clue words and enter your answer on the Rafflecopter form at Stop #19 for a chance to win the Kindle. If you want to enter to win the second Kindle, you’ll have to take a quiz at the end, so take your time and read each post carefully. The main prizes at Stop #19 are open to international entries. Also, many of the participating authors are running their own giveaways on their blogs, so keep an eye out for more ways to enter to win. Individual author contests, however, might have different entry rules, so please read the parameters on each site.

There is no reason to hurry through the hunt. Take your time. You have until Sunday night, February 19, at midnight, Pacific time to finish. Enjoy each stop and learn all about the different storyworlds and the books that go with them. Hopefully you’ll add a lot of new titles to your TBR booklist.

If you need help or get lost along the way, click here for assistance.



Hello, everyone!

I’m Jill Williamson, a chocolate loving, daydreaming, creator of kingdoms and the award-winning author of several young adult books including The Blood of Kings trilogy, Replication, The Mission League series,  The Safe Lands trilogy, and The Kinsman Chronicles. I live in the Pacific Northwest with my husband and two children and a whole lot of rain.

This scavenger hunt is to celebrate the release of King’s Blood, book two in my Kinsman Chronicles trilogy. Here’s a little bit about the series:

The Kinsman Chronicles is an epic fantasy saga that follows the Hadar family in a story of survival, sacrifice, and courage as one world crumbles and another rises up in its place. This series is an ancient prequel to the Blood of Kings trilogy and takes place about five hundred years before Achan was born. This is an Old Testament-like world, so it’s darker and so are many of the characters who live in this time. Because of that, I recommend the book for readers aged 16 and up. These are not young adult novels, nor are they quick reads. This is a multi-point of view epic fantasy story. Think Lord of the Rings, The Belgariad, Wheel of Time, The Farseer trilogy, the Stormlight Archive, and other series in which the books are super long with complex plots and tons of characters.

Many have asked me how this series relates to my Blood of King’s trilogy. The picture below shows the years in which each series takes place.



Here’s a little bit about book two, King’s Blood:

In the second volume of Jill Williamson’s Kinsman Chronicles, a remnant has escaped the destruction of the Five Realms and now lives on several hundred ships adrift at sea. As a flock, they sail north into the unknown in hopes of finding land that might become their new home.

As the king’s illness worsens, Sâr Wilek takes authority over the expedition and struggles to rule the disjointed people, while assassination attempts, vicious serpents, and dark magic endanger his life.

One prophecy has come to pass, but another looms dauntingly in the future. Who is this Deliverer? And if the Magonians have him, what might that mean for the realm of Armania?


And here is what some are saying about the series:

“Williamson (The Blood of Kings trilogy) crafts a complex and vividly portrayed epic fantasy [in King’s Folly] reminiscent of George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series but less edgy and with a Christian worldview. Loosely following the events in the Old Testament, the author depicts a society in which paganism and superstition are deeply ingrained prior to the coming of the Savior.” —Library Journal

“[King’s Folly, book one] is an intense drama of biblical proportions…Wilek, Mielle, and Trevn in particular are intriguing, and the ending leaves readers wondering what adventures await this group of young people searching for truth.”–RT Book Reviews

“Williamson’s mesmerizing writing and intriguing characters make this second series entry (after King’s Folly) a must-read for epic fantasy fans.” —Library Journal review of King’s Blood

About the storyworld


Book one left my characters in boats, adrift at sea and searching for a place to call home. So, most of King’s Blood book takes place aboard ships, and the flagship of House Hadar is the Seffynaw.

The flagship Seffynaw is a three-masted great ship built of 500 evergold trees. She has high castles in the bow and stern and a low waist of open deck in the middle. The hull has four levels separated by three decks. The castles of the Seffynaw have additional decks, with the foredeck in the bow and the quarterdeck and stern deck in the aft. She is driven by whipstaff.
Her hull is painted bright blue and covered in carved, multi-colored figures of Thalassa, seabirds, fish, serpents, and wave women. The posts along the inner rails of the stern deck, quarterdeck, and forecastle are each carved in a figure of one of the Rôb Five and intricately painted. Her masts fly elongated ceremonial streamers, except on the main mast, which holds the flag of Armania.

With so many passengers, she sits low on the water like a fat tub stuffed with treasure. Commoners crowd the quarterdeck, most of them sitting in circles on blankets as if enjoying a picnic. All were refugees, fully reliant on the Seffynaw and her crew to keep them afloat. They each lived on the small piece of deck they occupied. No more, no less. Sâr Trevn, the youngest Hadar prince, knows that such a crowded ship is a pending disaster, though it cannot be helped at present. The Seffynaw has enough water to last three months, food to last even longer. They can catch fresh rainwater, should it rain, and fish for more food, but should the rain not come and the fish not bite, will they find land in time?

Click to enlarge

Where To Next?

You can order King’s Blood on: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, CBD, the Book Depository or at your local bookstore!
CLUE! Write down this clue: In
The next stop on our map is: Stop #2, Ilyon, on Jaye L. Knight’s blog.


Before you go . . .

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What’s the best book you’ve read lately? Share in the comments.



213 Responses to “Lost At Sea Scavenger Hunt Stop #1”

  1. julie says:

    i’m reading the count of monte cristo and it’s really good

  2. Tina says:

    Hmmm. I just finished “A Noble Masquerade” by Kristi Ann Hunter and I really enjoyed it!

  3. Will G says:

    Sheet Music by Kevin Leman.

  4. Mary Preston says:

    NEVERWHERE by Neil Gaiman was a great read.

  5. Bilqees Bano says:

    fifty shades of grey

  6. Sarah-Kate says:

    The best book I read recently was Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson 🙂

  7. Josie says:

    I’ve been reading Heist Society.

  8. Soleil says:

    Most recent….I’m blanking out, but I guess Shiver by Maggie S.

  9. Toklaham says:

    I read Out of the Silent Planet and Perelandra recently.

  10. Erick says:

    The book that read recently that I really like was Queen of Shadow by Sarah J Mass.

  11. Rose says:

    The best book I’ve read lately was, surprisingly, a middle-grade mystery – Greenglass House. It was actually a really fun read.

  12. Kim H in GA says:

    A Portrait of Emily Price

  13. Serena says:

    The Truth of the Matter by Andrew Klavan. 🙂

  14. Audrey says:

    Brent Week’s Night Angel series. Much fun. 🙂

  15. Sarah says:

    I think Me, Just Different by Stephanie Morrill is probably one of the best books I’ve read in a long time.

  16. Polaris Northstar says:

    I am currently reading Strom Siren… and it is AWESOME so far!

  17. Brianna says:

    Wars of the Realm trilogy by Chuck Black

  18. I am reading Don Quixote, which is quite good, And just a night or two ago finished the silmarillion, which is amazing. Thank you for doing this!

  19. C.M. says:

    The latest read I enjoyed was Dragonfly by Alyssa Thiessen

  20. Ashley Schaller says:

    Unblemished by Sara Ella!

  21. Jess M says:

    I recently read The Lost Girl of Astor Street by Stephanie Morrill and loved it.

  22. julie dick says:

    I’d have to say The Listening Life by Adam McHugh. A great nonfiction read about the importance of listening

  23. The best book I’ve read lately was probably Leaving Fishers by Margaret Peterson Haddix.

  24. What a fun idea, Jill! I’m super excited about going through all the stops. 🙂 I actually just bought King’s Folly, so I’m carefully avoiding spoilers. 😀

    The best book I’ve read recently was Stephanie Morrill’s The Lost Girl of Astor Street. Loved that book!

  25. Lately, as in the last two months? Then it would be Grace and the Preacher by Kim Vogel Sawyer. My first five-star read of the year! 🙂

    As for fantasy, I read Scarlet Moon by S.D. Grimm November of last year, and it was amazing!

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity! 🙂

  26. Sparksofember says:

    The Flaming Sword by Heather L.L. FitzGerald

  27. Deanna Tune says:

    I recently read The Unveiling by Tamara Leigh. I enjoy most a story of two people overcoming their first perception of each other to find a deep love.

  28. Anika says:

    I really like the Firethorn Chronicles. 🙂

  29. Sharron says:

    I love Jill Williamson’s fantasy, but the most recently read fantasy I enjoyed was Patrick Carr’s Darkwater Saga series. His Sword & Staff series was also excellent. Great world-building and complex characters!

  30. Micailah says:

    Oh wow this series looks so good. <3

  31. Micailah says:

    The last best book I’ve read lately was Unblemished by Sara Ella

  32. Erin Hoffer says:

    I just finished “The Undoing Project” by Michael Lewis. It is non-fiction, but told in dramatic form as an amazing story. It made me cry buckets! Over economics!

  33. Erin Hoffer says:

    Just finished The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis. I cried buckets, over economics!

  34. Shelly says:

    Excited to play!

  35. Emma Welch says:

    The best book that I’ve read lately is probably The Silent Songbird by Melanie Dickerson.

  36. Pam King says:

    Reading King’s Blood right now. This scavenger hunt is taking away from my reading time!

  37. Cheri Schueller says:

    I just finished Still Life by Dani Pettrey and liked it!

  38. Rebekah says:

    Coool!!!!! (My first scavenger hunt, “setting sail”! ;D)

    This is so fun! Looove how zoomed in the picture of the ship gets. 😀 So cool! I enjoyed “climbing” up and down the ladders on it…

  39. Rhiannon says:

    The best book I’ve read lately…hmm. Well, for school, I have to read ST Augustine’s Confessions and that’s actually pretty good.

  40. Sada Wright says:

    The Dark Legacy of Shannara by Terry Brooks. I LOVE his books!

  41. Beatrixie says:

    I am reading The Dead In Their Vaulted Arches by Alan Bradley. An amazing Flavia de Luce mystery.

  42. Angela Pratt says:

    I can’t pick a favorite book. I have too many to count. But I’m adding yours to my TBR.

  43. Laura Shuck says:

    I am currently reading Robin Caroll’s Bayou series and am on Book 2!

  44. Deb Miller says:

    I’m reading Joanne Harris, new book, DIFFERENT CLASS. She is a great writer.

  45. Teresa S. says:

    The best book I’ve read recently is The Lady and the Lionheart! Loved it!!

  46. Nicole G says:

    The best book I’ve read recently would have to be “The Martian” by Andy Weir. It was a recommendation I got from a podcast and I was not expecting to enjoy it as much as I did.

  47. I’m currently reading Dragonborn by Toby Forward. It’s a reread. Definitely one I really enjoy.

  48. Alayna Mitchell says:

    I just finish reading King’s Folly and King’s Blood, both were amazing though a bit dark. I can’t wait for the next book to come out!

  49. Lexi says:

    So many choices!!! I think that the book that I have been enjoying the most is Escaping Peril by Tui T. Sutherland.

  50. Ruth Utz says:

    Ronie Kendig’s Conspiracy of Silence

  51. Amy Etner says:

    The best book I’ve read lately? Easy….Ronie Kendig’s Conspiracy of Silence

  52. Laurin B says:

    I finished King’s Blood (and LOVED it!) and am currently reading Of the Persecuted by Angie Brashear. 🙂

  53. Matthew S says:

    One of the best books I’ve read lately is Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card.

  54. Celia says:

    Well, I recently finished To Kill a Mockingbird for the first time ever, but I can’t say it was a favorite. Today, however, I am almost finished King’s Blood and I can say I have loved and recommended this entire series! 😀

  55. Kate Johnston says:

    I’m reading The Book Thief and I’m really enjoying it! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  56. Brie Donning says:

    Black Tiger by Sara Baysinger. Unless I’m allowed to mention non-fiction. Then I’d say Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis.

  57. I’m currently reading King’s Blood and it’s really good 🙂

  58. Georgina says:

    The best book I’ve read so far this year is The Legend of Sam Miracle by N. D. Wilson. Top notch fantasy adventure with a time-bending twist! ^-^b

  59. Hann Remraf says:

    Just finished To Kill a Mockingbird, and am currently reading Unblemished by Sara Ella 🙂

  60. Janice Verhoog says:

    I’m currently reading In the Irish Brigade by G. A. Henty. It’s really good!!

  61. Rebekah says:

    The Seven Sisters by Lucinda Riley

  62. CutePolarBear says:

    I recently read ‘Emmeline’ by Sarah Holman, and I really enjoyed it!

  63. Nathan Dobbin says:

    I just finished reading Beast this morning, it was very good

  64. Jasmin says:

    Best book lately? Conspiracy of Silence by Ronie Kendig

  65. Justus Dittemore says:

    My favorite books are Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger. I recently just finished Lodestar, the 5th addition. Totally stoked for 6 and 7! Also, my mother is Shannon Dittemore, author of Angel Eyes, Broken Wings, and Dark Halo. Because of this I have met Sara Ella, and other authors.

  66. Tim Frankovich says:

    I am currently reading… King’s Blood! And it’s excellent!

  67. Shanetta says:

    Really need to get going again on my fantasy reading. 😛 However, my most recent read was Unstoppable by Nick Vujicic.

  68. Sierra says:

    The best book I read recently was This Savage sONG BY Victoria Schwab

  69. Sierra says:

    *Song by, my caps lock key got messed up xP

  70. Rebekah Gyger says:

    Most recently I read The Mark of the King (blanking on the author) which was fantastic!

  71. Ronnie says:

    Conspiracy of Silence- Ronie Kendig

  72. Cesar Musitani says:

    I am reading The Prague Cemetery, by Umberto Eco. Awesome psicologichal/philosophical novel

  73. Anonymous says:

    The best book I’ve read recently is Too Late The Phalarope by Alan Paton.

  74. Jennie Webb says:

    Well, King’s Blood is the best book that I am reading now. 🙂

  75. Rachel says:

    The best book that I have read lately is Rush of Wings by Kristen Heitzmann.

  76. Definitely the ‘Sword of Lyric’ books by Sharon Hinck! Ah-mazing!

  77. I recently read a really nice and quite funny story called “A Keeper’s Tale: The Story of Tomkin and the Dragon”
    by J.A. Andrews, I really enjoyed that one.

  78. Kimberly B. says:

    The best book I’ve read lately was Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  79. Kathy Trim says:

    Maybe It’s You by Candace Calvert really captured my mind. I felt like the author did such a great job of showing that God gives everyone second chances and that there is always room for hope in our lives.

  80. Arletta says:

    “The Lady and the Lionheart” By Joanna Bischoff is the best book I’ve read recently. It will be difficult to top!

  81. Elaina says:

    The Silent Blade by Jesseca Wheaton is what I just finished reading and I really enjoyed it! 🙂

  82. Caryl Kane says:

    The Butterfly and The Violin by Kristy Cambron

  83. Amy says:

    I just finished Grace and the Preacher. It was really good!

  84. The Seffynaw sounds like a splendid vessel . . . but I second Trevn’s concerns.

    The best book I’ve read recently was probably Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather. It was interesting.

  85. Caitlyn Gehman says:

    The best book I have read lately is Rump, the true story of Rumplestiltskin by Liesl Shurtliff.

  86. Viola says:

    I tend to love all the books that I read. The latest that would have been my favorite would probably be Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie

  87. Jane Mccarthy says:

    Great contest. The book looks great.

  88. Hakim says:

    I’m currently reading non fiction books. For now, my favourite book will have to be “The Malays:their problems and future”.

  89. Diana Hill says:

    Marduk’s Tablet by Tracy L. Higley

  90. Nicole Martin says:

    The best book I’ve read lately is 50 Shades!

  91. Barbara says:

    the Best book i have read lately is The Amish Buggy Ride by Sarah Price.

  92. Dyane says:

    I just started Chuck Black’s Cloak of the Light.

  93. Sarah says:

    I just finished Moving Target by Lynette Eason. It was good!

  94. Angela says:

    Wires and nerves by Marissa meyer

  95. Joanna H says:

    Starflight by Melissa Landers

  96. Pamela Nastase says:

    I love these things! How fun!

  97. Pamela Nastase says:

    The best book I read lately was Tox Files by Ronie Kendig

  98. Lavay Byrd says:

    So far, the best book I’m reading is King’s Blood! I’m in the first few chapters, and already I’m gripped with suspense!

  99. Kourai says:

    Last best read would be the third book in The Black Magician trilogy by Trudi Canavan.

  100. Rosalyn says:

    Best book I’ve read recently is Moving Target by Lynette Eason

  101. Kirsten N says:

    Phoenix Rising by Bryony Pearce, a fast paced futuristic pirate adventure for teens.

  102. Lia Clarity says:

    I just read Murder in the Cathedral by T.S. Eliot. It’s a play about the martyrdom of Thomas Becket. I really enjoyed it!

  103. Alyssa Dinkler says:

    A Tent for the Sun by Mary Ray

  104. rivka.ray says:

    I read my first Patrick W. Carr book, Shock of Night. I liked it more than I expected!!

  105. Erika says:

    England Adventure by Kelsey Bryant
    Deny by Tricia Mingerink
    Counted Worthy by Leah Good

  106. celesta says:

    The best book I’ve read recently is Save the Cat.

  107. E.F.B. says:

    Definitely “The Thief” by Megan Whalen Turner. Must. Read. The rest. Of the series!

  108. Tanya Robins says:

    The Long Journey to Jake Palmer by James Rubart.

  109. Such a hard request! I’m currently reading King’s Blood and enthralled. Before that, I read The Lost Girl of Astor Street, which I really enjoyed and Unblemished by Sara Ella, which was quite good.

  110. Rachel K. says:

    Tears of the Sea. I tapped on it by accident and couldn’t put it down 😀

  111. Aaaaahhh it’s here! I’m so excited!! 😀 *settles down for an enjoyable scavenging day*

    (“an ancient prequel”… I love it! XD) So neat to see the years! And the ship picture–still love it! (I love the description of the carvings etc. too!)

    The best book I’ve read recently is King’s Warrior by Jenelle Schmidt. 🙂

    Thanks for this lovely giveaway and adventure!

  112. Susan P says:

    The last one was Conspiracy of Silence and it was fabulous!!

  113. Lauren says:

    A scavenger hunt’s a really cool idea!

  114. Lauren says:

    Lately? Probably the Alcatraz series by Brandon Sanderson. They’re a scream, and out of the box as they come!

  115. Natasha H. says:

    The best book I’ve read recently? The first two books in the Troublesome Creek series by Jan Watson. 🙂

  116. Recently, I am reading Phantastes by George MacDonald. It is truly a wonderful and powerful example of fantasy.

    I am really excited for King Blood. I really love how you use Hebrew and Canaanite cultures in your fantasy.

  117. Taylor says:

    The best book I’ve read recently is the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer! I especially liked Cress.

  118. Catsi says:

    The Lost Girl of Astor Street by Stephanie Morrill was A-MAZING. I read it in one sitting. XD

  119. The best book I’ve read lately is King’s Blood! Still recovering! 😉 Before that, I have recently discovered Roseanna M. White’s books and I have loved ALL of them so far. Just finished her Culper Ring series. Highly recommend!

  120. bn100 says:

    can’t think of any

  121. R.G. Nairam says:

    I read /The Inquisitor’s Tale: Or, Three Magical Children and Their Holy Dog/ a week ago and it was incredible. Best thing I’ve read in months.

  122. Anastasia says:

    The best book I’ve read lately would have to be The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner. He thought of it as his worst work but I’m really enjoying it.

  123. Stephanie H. says:

    The last book that I read and really enjoyed was Cinderella’s Dress by Shonna Slayton. I haven’t read this series yet, but I have added them to my TBR list.

  124. Emily says:

    This is going to be so much fun!

  125. FaithSong says:

    I should probably finish reading the Blood of Kings books first. xP
    The best book I’ve read recently was… Hm… Probably Talons of Power, the ninth book in the Wings of Fire series.

  126. Michael J Kelly says:

    Loved Split Second by Douglas Richards

  127. My two favorite series are Legends of the Guardian King by Karen Hancock, and Tales of Goldstone Wood by Anne Stengl.

  128. Elizabeth Dennison says:

    My Sister’s Prayer by Mindy Starns Clark

  129. Teish says:

    The Emerald Enigma is a fun science fiction romp, and I am enjoying every moment of reading it!

  130. Alison says:

    I just got done re-reading Catching Fire and I really enjoyed it.

  131. Kiah says:

    Most recently Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn.

  132. Beth Erin says:

    I recently finished An Uncommon Protector by Shelley Shepard Gray

  133. Cheryl Thiessen says:

    Every Crooked Path – By Steven James

  134. Catia says:

    Fool’s assassin (Fitz and the Fool book 1) by Robin Hobb

  135. Annie Erbacher says:

    I recently finished ‘The Coldest Girl in Coldtown’ which was really good.

  136. Hannah M. says:

    Hmmm, I’m going to go with ‘Don’t Waste Your Life’ by John Piper…

  137. Jennette says:

    I’m on a non-fiction reading kick right now, but Golden Daughter by Anne Elisabeth Stengl comes to mind. 😀

  138. Dana Black says:

    I just finished Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham–a super fun collection of memoir/essays.

    And hooray for King’s Blood releasing into the wild! 🙂

  139. enwalker says:

    The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell
    And more recently… A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

  140. Gretchen K Engel says:

    I just finished Sara Ella’s Unblemished

  141. Jill Stevens says:

    The best book I read recently was The book of Ruth In the bible.

  142. Nicole S. says:

    The best book I’ve read recently is The Texas Rancher’s Twins.

  143. Annie says:

    A Sparrow in Terezin by Kristy Cambron

  144. Janelle says:

    One of the last books I finished was Lord of the Rings. A hard read, but I’m glad I finished them.

  145. Anonymous says:

    I’m currently reading Eragon and I really like it so far!

  146. Kathy Stephens says:

    The Quarryman’s Bride by Tracie Petersen.

  147. Glenda Alexander says:

    Pride and Prejudice Love Jane Austen’s classic novels.

    Thank you for the opportunity in your giveaway.

  148. Mallory O'Bier says:

    I love the vivid description of the ship. I can (almost) see it! 🙂

  149. Mallory O'Bier says:

    I’m just starting to read “The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell” by Chris Colfer. I don’t know yet if it’s good or not, but I can’t wait to find out. 🙂

  150. Jacob says:

    This is gonna be fun… XD

  151. Jonathan Lally says:

    Your books are on my list to read I haven’t had a chance to get them yet. Look forward to them.

  152. Danielle L says:

    Hello! So excited for this hunt! When I saw you likened it to Stormlight, it made me want to read the series even more 😀
    Thanks for doing this!

  153. Athelas says:

    This looks like an interesting scavenger hunt, with many great authors. I’ve seen it promoted before now, and now I’m looking forward to following it. ^-^

  154. J. Liessa says:

    That’s a tough one, but I think I have to go with the Knight and Rogue novels by Hilari Bell

  155. Xena Jane says:

    The Gammage Cup

  156. Kayla says:

    The most recent series I read was a YA suspense/thriller–the Homelander series by Andrew Klavan. I love books that can make me lose sleep to keep reading even when I’m not exactly the target audience!

  157. Rachel Crist says:

    I just finished the Seventh World Trilogy by Rachel Starr Thomson. Really enjoyed it!!

  158. Amy says:

    Currently reading “The Mark of the Thief” trilogy and enjoying it!

  159. Alyssa M. says:

    The last great book I read was “Wanderlost” by Jen Malone

  160. In the Shadow of Denali by Tracie Peterson and Kimberly Woodhouse

  161. I just finished Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys and it was pretty great!

  162. Michaelah says:

    The best book I’ve read recently is wires and nerves by Marissa Meyer.

  163. Elizabeth says:

    I am in the middle of Lisa Bergren’s Grave Consequences!

  164. Nicole says:

    I just caught up with Cassandra Clare’s city of bones/dark artifices series

  165. Shay says:

    Welll…..this is hard. I’m currently reading through The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and not much can top that. But I also just finished the first two books in the “Out of Time” trilogy by Nadine Brandes, and they were incredible! 😀

  166. Sarah says:

    The first two books by rachelle dekker…The choosing and The Calling. Can’t wait to get the third book from series.

  167. Jennifer Tipton says:

    Hi Jill, I haven’t done a scavenger hunt in awhile! Thanks for the invite! jennydtipton at gmail dot com

  168. Mackenzie says:

    The best book i’ve ever read is probably The false prince!!!

  169. Mary Horton says:

    What a hard question…I just finished Pride and Prejudice the other day, and that was amazing. <3 I also loved Illusionarium by Heather Dixon. That was a reread. 😉

  170. Jennifer Tipton says:

    Hi Jill, The book I completed lately is an audio book, “Weighty Matters”
    ( An Until The Fat Ladies Sing MysteryBook 6) by Linda P. Kozar. Her books are so much fun and was narrated by Michelle Babb who did a great job.
    jennydtipton at gmail dot com

  171. Kathy Jacob says:

    The Amish Wanderer by Laura V. Hilton was a great book!

  172. flo says:

    Ship of Magic by Robin Hobb

  173. Loraine N. says:

    I am currently reading The Elusive Miss Ellison by Carolyn Miller which I am enjoying. Thanks for the fun scavenger hunt and the giveaway!

  174. I recently finished Words of Radiance pt 1 by Brandon Sanderson. Currently reading or 2

  175. Laura says:

    Karen Kingsbury, Angels Walking

  176. Sarah says:

    thank you for this chance

  177. Scott says:

    Andrew Farley, The Hurt and the Healer.
    Anything by Farley is AWESOME.

  178. Meagan says:

    A Harvest of Thorns by Corban Addison
    & King’s Blood by Jill Williamson

    Reading both at present so different & both good.

  179. i’ve been reading the city of ember series – super interesting!

  180. Jason Brown says:

    Now to let the journey begin!

  181. Caitlin E says:

    Well I’ve read two great books lately…first of all, my friends finally convinced me to try reading the Harry Potter series after all these years, so I was devouring those until I had to set them aside and devote more attention to my school books. I have also read a chillingly good short story, “The Vampyre,” for a literature class.

  182. Elizabeth R says:

    The best book I’ve read lately is all three of Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn trilogy. I couldn’t possibly pick a favorite-they’re all fantastic!

  183. Kristie says:

    I’m currently reading, Baron of Blackwood (book 3 in the Fued series) by Tamera Leigh. Love this series!!!

  184. Litany L says:

    The best book that I have read lately is The Amish Knit and Crochet Circle by Karen Ann Vogel.

  185. Alison V. says:

    She Walks in Power by MaryLu Tyndall

  186. Tammy W says:

    I just finished reading Tears of a Dragon by Bryan Davis.

  187. Teresa says:

    Remember by Karen Kingsbury

  188. Vicky D says:

    Life After by Katie Ganshert was really good.

  189. Anonymous says:

    I LOVED “A Spy’s Devotion” by Melanie Dickerson.
    Elly -Indiana-

  190. Jasmine A. says:

    Probably The Silent Songbird by Melanie Dickerson and Still Life by Dani Pettrey.

  191. serena dawson says:

    Daughter of smoke and bone

  192. T says:

    Dragon riders of Pern.

  193. L Wood says:

    Dreamspell by Tamara Leigh

  194. Lydia says:

    The Queen’s Thief series by Megan Whalen Turner is fantastic.

  195. Stephanie Shepherd says:

    The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (I think that’s how her name is spelled…?) was really interesting and intriguing.

  196. Crystal Balzer says:

    I am currently reading Harry Potter with my girls (my first time reading them) and we just finished the 6th book. The series as a whole is one of my favorites now!

  197. Chris says:

    The Master of Disguise: My Secret Life in the CIA by Antonio J. Mendez

  198. Lily T. says:

    Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

  199. Mary McCoy says:

    I am rereading Pride and Prejudice.

  200. Audra Silva says:

    I really enjoyed The Others series by Anne Bishop. Written in Red is book one. 🙂

  201. Chrystiana Silva says:

    I am in the middle of reading Deep Trouble by Mary Connealy. It’s a fun read so far. 🙂

  202. Honestly, I haven’t had time to read many books lately, but I did edit a fantasy novella for a friend/client, and it was good. I’m also working on reading ‘King’s Blood’. I’m having the rather unusual problem of making slow progress because I keep getting too excited by how good it is and not being able to concentrate because I want to go write in my own books.

  203. Anonymous says:

    Just finished Barefoot by Sharon Garlough Brown. Very good series.

  204. Jenna Allen says:

    I’m currently rereading The Two Towers…whenever I’m not doing homework anyway!

  205. Steve Weber says:

    The best book I’ve read recently was the Glass Castle.

  206. Susan Biddle says:

    Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail by Malika Oufkir is an awesome book.

  207. G. Jester says:

    Hello! The best book I read lately is A Worthy Pursuit by Karen Wietmeyer. It had a lot of great plot twists.

  208. The Return by Rachelle Dekker was a great ending to her Dystopian YA series. =)

    P.S. Zekkaina on rafflecopter

  209. I’ve been rereading Brandon Sanderson books out loud to my brother. Stormlight Archive!! ♡♡♡

  210. Rajee Pandi says:

    The North Water
    By Ian McGuire


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