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Winners. . .

The long overdue announcement of winners for Rooftops of Tehran by Mahbod Seraji (Click the book cover for Amazon.com’s synopsis or the title for my review) is here.  In no particular order, the winners are:

J.T. Oldfield of Bibliofreak, who said, “I’d love to read this because I’ve read two books about Tehran this summer (Honeymoon in Tehran and Embroideries) and I guess I’m on a roll!”

Margie, who said, “I have heard many good things about this book.  I enjoy books which give you a glimpse of another culture.”

Sandra Muniz, who said, “I would like to read this books because I haven’t read anything like this before and I want to. I read some reviews and it seems an interesting read =D”

The winners of C. Allyn Pierson’s Mr. Darcy’s Little Sister (click the cover for Amazon’s synopsis or click the title for my review) are:

Grace from Books Like Breathing, who said, “I first read Pride and Prejudice when I was a freshman in high school. It was a revelation. I quickly declared it my favorite book and, as soon as I was finished the first time, I read it again. Then I saw the Colin Firth version of P&P and it was all over. I was ruined for other books for a long time.”

Wanda who said, “I loved Pride & Prejudice from the first page onward. It was different from anything I’ve read before.”

Congrats to all the winners.  There are more giveaways in the right sidebar in honor of BBAW, so enter today!