Giveaway!! Complete Series of Skulduggery Pleasant Children’s Books including the latest one ‘Kingdom Of The Wicked’.(7 books in total)

Kingdom Of The Wicked Derek Landy Skulduggery Pleasant Book 7

Skulduggery Pleasant ‘Kingdom Of The Wicked’- Book 7

I know you all love a good giveaway so you are in luck today because I am hosting a competition to win the complete series of children’s book ‘Skulduggery Pleasant‘. The giveaway is to celebrate the release of the 7th installment of the series ‘Kingdom Of The Wicked‘.
 'Death Bringer' Skulduggery Pleasant Book 6 written by Derek Landy

Skulduggery Pleasant ‘Death Bringer’ – Book 6

The Skulduggery Pleasant books are written by Derek Landy and they are published by Harper Collins Children’s Books.
The Skulduggery Pleasant series is a comedy-horror-adventure series that is aimed at kids aged 7 to 11 years. Children all over the world love reading the books to find out about what the skeleton detective and his teenage sidekick have been up to as they battle to save the world.
'Mortal Coil' Book 5 Skulduggery Pleasant written by Derek Landy

Skulduggery Pleasant ‘Mortal Coil’ – Book 5

The books are described as being ‘hilarious, smart, action packed and full of extraordinary characters’. They say that the books are ‘A riotous blend of brilliant storytelling and comic book excitement, it’s perfect reading for kids who are bored of the same old heroes’.

 

'Dark Days' Book 4 Skulduggery Pleasant  Derek Landy

Skulduggery Pleasant ‘Dark Days’ – Book 4

The latest book to be released is the ‘Kingdom Of The Wicked’ and here is the synopsis for it:-
Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the lives of the people around them. Terrified and confused, their only hope lies with the Sanctuary. Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie Cain are needed now more than ever.
And then there’s the small matter of Kitana. A normal teenage girl who, along with her normal teenage friends, becomes infected. Becomes powerful. Becomes corrupted. Wielding the magic of gods, they’re set to tear the city apart unless someone stands up against them.
"The Faceless Ones" Book 3 Skulduggery Pleasant  Derek Landy

Skulduggery Pleasant “The Faceless Ones” – Book 3

If you would like to be in with a chance of winning the full set of 7 (currently published) Skulduggery Pleasant books, that means…..
Book 4 – Dark Days
Book 5 – Mortal Coil
Book 6 – Death Bringer

….then all you have to do is leave a comment telling me your favourite book from your childhood. If instead you just want to write ‘enter me into the competition’ that too is fine. :o)
'Playing With Fire' Skulduggery Pleasant Book 2 Derek Landy

Skulduggery Pleasant ‘Playing With Fire’ – Book 2

The competition is open until midnight 22th September 2012 and to enter you have to be a UK resident. There is only one entry allowed per person. The winner will be selected at random. I will number each entry and then use the random number generator to pick the winner. Please make sure to supply your email address when you leave the comment on the blog because if not we can’t contact you to let you know you have won :o(  Once the winner has been chosen I will pass on the winner’s email address to the PR agent for Skulduggery Pleasant  so they can contact the winner to find out the delivery address. Please note that I accept no responsibility for delivery of the prize – this is down to the PR agency for whom I am running the giveaway.

Book 1 "Skulduggery Pleasant"  Derek Landy

“Skulduggery Pleasant” – Book 1

* I have not been paid to host this competition but I did receive a copy of Kingdom Of the Wicked to say thanks for hosting this giveaway.

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Skulduggery Pleasant books winner is comment number 68.

The competition winner is Suzanne who wrote comment number 68. You were picked using a random number generator. Well done on winning the set of 7 books. Hope you enjoy reading them. I will pass your email address on to the PR agent for whom I hosted the competition.

212 thoughts on “Giveaway!! Complete Series of Skulduggery Pleasant Children’s Books including the latest one ‘Kingdom Of The Wicked’.(7 books in total)

  1. Avril Luke

    My favourite book was The Faraway Tree, and also Charlotte’s Web – it was lovely to then get to read them with my daughter again a few years ago 🙂 Please enter me into the competition, thanks, although last time I won a childrens book on another blog it never arrived lol

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  2. Sarah Rachel Wray

    My favourite book was the faraway tree too! I also loved the Narnia books, and Mrs Pepperpot. I’ve read the first Skulduggery Pleasant book to my son, but we don’t have the rest, so please enter me!

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  3. Ann Mckenna

    My favourite book was Anne of Green Gables. I read it over and over, but when I was very young I had a copy of Peter Pan and loved looking at the lovely colourful pictures. The story really captured my imagination.

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  4. tracy nixon

    I was a huge fan of Enid Blyton – especially her Famous Five books! I remember my favourite book was Five go to Billycock Hill!

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  5. julie graham

    when I was about 12 years old I read Little Women for the first time – I’ve read it many times since then !! – and now my own daughter has read and enjoyed it. Wonderful!

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  6. sharon cartwright

    Have read it a hundred times – What Katy Did by Susan Coolidge. Reread it again recently now I’m all growd up and it’s still fantastic.

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  7. Jonathon Cushenan

    My favourite book is 1984 by George Orwell. It’s dark and harrowing but shows the human soul and love for what it should be!

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  8. Emma Hicks

    My favourite childhood (or teen!) books were Sweet Valley High. I was totally obsessed with them and remember being excited when the library had copies that I hadn’t previously read! 🙂

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  9. Claire

    I loved the famous five books in fact make that most Enid Blyton books 🙂 I would very much like to enter your competition please 😉

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  10. Karen Shuttleworth

    I had many many favourites, but I think most of all I loved the ‘Adventure’ series by Enid Blyton, and the faraway tree books. Can’t wait to read them all again with my little boy

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  11. Denise

    My favourite book as a child was ‘Heidi’ I really wanted to be that little girl living in the mountains, it just sounded so simple.

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  12. k.adams1962@hotmail.co.uk

    My favourite book was The Famous Five series by Enid Blyton, l read them all and still have them over 40 years later!

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  13. jules barlow

    My favourite books were Enid Blyton books – Amelia Jane, Famous Five, the Wishing Chair – now I can revisit some of these stories reading to my children

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  14. kim smith

    I loved all the Roald Dahl books when I was really young and the fell in love with Michelle Magorians books after seeing ‘Goodnight Mr Tom’ on tv and immedietly going out to buy the book 🙂

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  15. Hilda Hazel Wright

    I had loads of favourites, I was a real bookworm! But the ones I still have now all these years later because I can’t part from them are the Faraway Tree books by Enid Blyton, Dr Seuss books, and 3 Heidi books that were given to me at the age of 4 when my little sister Heidi was born!

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  16. Sarah Morris

    As a kid I loved anything by Enid Blyton, The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, Mallory Towers, St Clares books, I enjoyed escaping to another world on reading them, happy days!

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  17. feefeegabor@googlemail.com

    My Dad and I used to read Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl, which I still love reading to my daughter. I also loved the Nancy Drew series.

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  18. claire woods

    It has to be Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. I am now reading it to my 7 year son and enjoying it all over again.

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  19. Jo Gibbons

    All of the Narnia books, anything by Enid Blyton, Nancy Drew, Charlottes web, and a book called The Stream that stood Still.

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  20. Suzanne

    Please enter me in the competition.

    These seem to be well written, imaginative books reminiscent of books such as those by Jules Verne. They deserve to be classics.

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  21. Laura Pritchard

    I loved wartime stories like ‘Carrie’s War’ by Nina Bawden or ‘Homecoming’ by Michelle Magorian, and anything by Roald Dahl!

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  22. Stephen Harrison

    Noddy Goes To School! Enid Blyton, Halcyon Days of Innocence, Until the Liberals made guilt a way of life for western humanity!

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  23. Hayley Ali

    The railway children! I know what you’re thinking, but No, seriously when I first got that book I thought the same and thats why I kept it stored away for years, I thought the name of the books boring enough, forget that! Then one day when i was bored ‘really bored’ I just so happened to open it and read the first page And I was hooked after that. Its brilliant and now I feel bad 🙁

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  24. Amanda

    The entire Mr Men series, but Mr Strong is probably still my favourite, I can’t cook an egg without thinking of Mr Strong!

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  25. Michelle Bamber

    I absolutely loved all the Mr Men books, so much so that I have now gone on to buy the set for my own children 😀

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  26. Cheryll H

    I loved The Lord of the Rings triology. I read it when I was 12 and then about 4 or 5 times a year until I had children 🙂

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  27. Laura C. Martin

    My favourite book as a child was The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. My Primary 6 teacher read it to us as a treat on a Friday afternoon and we were enthralled by the story and couldn’t wait until the next week for another instalment.

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  28. Phyllis Ellett

    Great prize, my favourite book from when I was younger was and possibly still is The Mystery of the Missing Man by Enid Blyton

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  29. Deborah Nicholas

    When i was little The Ladybird books were my favourite – Magic Stone, Shoemakers Elves, Magic Porridge Pot etc …..when i was a little older i couldnt get enough of the Sweet Valley High and Point Horror!

    Keep having urges to start and collect them all when i see the odd one at a carboot sale!! LOL

    Thanks for the chance to win – i have 4 sons who would love these books!

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  30. Emma K

    My favourite was Goodnight Mr Tom by Michelle Magorian. I actually still remember clearly reading it for the first time when I was 7 and I have re-read it again every year since then. My original copy got so worn out that I bought another.

    The best bit was when I was older I actually got to meet the author who was lovely and also signed all my books and was thrilled to see my original copy was so well read 🙂

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  31. Ruth Worthington

    I loved the Pippi Longstocking stories by Astrid Lindgren – I have a nine year old that always wears her hair in two plaits and always call her pippi and she gets really annoyed with me.

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  32. jakesmum@live.com

    The malory Towers series by Enid Blyton, I could read all of them one after the other in a day with a plate of bread covered in mayonaise (so I could join in the midnight feasts ;))

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  33. Gemma Rennie

    Gosh favourite childrens book, there are sooooo many to choose from but my absolute favourite would have to be Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeildt. As a ballerina I dreamed of performing on the stage and read this book over and over again.

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  34. Emma Mason

    too many to choose from, I was such a book worm, but I especially loved Mallory Towers (Enid Blyton), Teddy Robinson (when I was quite small) and Flossie Teacake (as I got older). I also had all the Secret 7 books which I reread and reread. Oh, and not forgetting Roald Dahl, of which The BFG was my favourite 🙂

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  35. Rahela Ahmed-Uddin

    Anything by Enid Blyton. Even now every now and again I’ll re-read all the books again. My favourites were the Famous Five, The Mystery Series and the Adventure Series

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  36. Garry Chambers

    I used to enjoy reading the “… Adventure” books by Willard Price. Apparently they have all been “modernised”, but I don’t know if that is a good thing or not. Presumably there were some politically incorrect things in the originals.

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  37. Michelle Rayner

    I love the Albert Bear books, he got into all sorts of situations and it was so much fun to see him get himself in and back out of trouble

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  38. Richard Talbot

    My favourite book is actually one my mum wrote just for me! She wrote about an evil warlock called Maddening Gloome, who turned girls into trees and boys into birds! My mum wrote a whole series of them. They were short stories and never failed to keep me enthralled.I now tell them to my own four children and love that they love them the way I did, and still do.
    Ps. Great giveaway, thank-you.

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  39. Kim Christou

    My favourite book was The Magic Faraway Tree. What makes it even more special is that my daughter is now reading this in school and loves it just as much as I did 😀

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  40. EMMA AITKEN

    Wow just one book ? I have so many favourites, The Lion witch and the wardrobe, Enid Blytons Fantastic five, Danielle Steeles Kaliedoscope, John Sauls Suffer the children. Oh so many books i just love reading

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  41. lois m levy

    TheLion Witch and the Wardrobe..I am 60 and still read it at least once a year. Also bought it for my children and grandchildren. It has stood the test of time.

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