You Review: Round Twenty-Two
Would you like to read the latest releases, often before they are released? Would you like to read them for free? And would you like to be paid for doing so? You can if you take part in our review program!
We are looking for enthusiastic readers and writers who would like to read new books and write a short review on them for our website. See the instructions at the end of the post for details on how get your free book and gift voucher
- Sunset Park by Paul Auster (Fiction, November 2010) RESERVED!
- Nightshade by Andrea Cremer (Juvenile Fantasy, October 2010) RESERVED!
- India: A Portrait by Patrick French (History, January 2011) RESERVED!
- Caribou Island by David Vann (Fiction, January 2011) RESERVED!
- The Lake of Dreams by Kim Edwards (Fiction, January 2011) RESERVED!
- Ours Are The Streets by Sunjeev Sahota (Fiction, January 2011) RESERVED!
- The Transformation of Bartholomew Fortuno by Ellen Bryson (Fiction, February 2011) RESERVED!
- The Collaborator by Mirza Waheed (Fiction, February 2011) RESERVED!
- Random by Craig Robertson (Thriller, February 2011) RESERVED!
- Storyteller: The Life of Roald Dahl by Donald Sturrock (Biography, September 2010) RESERVED!
- Agent X by Noah Boyd (Thriller, February 2011) RESERVED!
- A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness (Fiction, February 2011) RESERVED!
- Naturally Selected: The Evolutionary Science of Leadership by Mark van Vugt (Science, January 2011) RESERVED!
How to get your book and gift voucher
You can sign up for the You Review program by e-mailing your address, photo and choice of book to firstname.lastname@example.org with “You Review”, plus the round number, and the book’s title in the subject line. Please also tell us whether you would like to pick your book in in Amsterdam, or The Hague. The first person to reserve each book, will get a free copy, and we’ll also reward you with an ABC gift voucher when you hand in your review. For the complete You Review rules, see the original post. Books from previous rounds are no longer available. Even if you ask really nicely.
You Review is made possible by the following publishers: Penguin US; Penguin UK; HarperCollins US; Hachette US; Hachette UK;Simon & Schuster US, Random House US, Little, Brown UK, Hodder and Stoughton.
Image of shadow of a man reading by Carlos A. Martinez
Close up of pages from Joseph Heller’s Catch 22 by Schammond