The Book Hut Giveaway | June 2015

Each month I give away a book – these vary from month to month, depending on what I have that looks interesting! They are all second hand books, some more tatty and well loved than others, but all in tact.

To take part in the giveaway, you just need to comment on the blog post at the bottom of the page, on the subject listed.


The Other Queen – Mary G
Never Look Away – Jenna O
The Complete Book of Herbs – Lisa K

Please email me with your address and I will post your book to you. Thank you very much for taking part and I hope you enjoy the book.


by Chris Cleaver

by Chris Cleave

The third novel from Chris Cleave, author of the bestselling The Other Hand. Kate and Zoe are friends but also ardent rivals – athletes at the top of their game, fighting to compete in the world’s greatest sporting contest. Each scarred by tragedy, and each with a great deal to lose, they must choose between family and glory and ask themselves: what will I sacrifice?

London Travel Guides
London Travel Guides
Rough Guides

by London Rough Guides

London has something for everyone – art galleries and shopping arcades, spacious parks and grand palaces. Detailed colour maps, tube map and practical information on all the essentials, make getting around easy. With chapters dedicated to the best hotels, restaurants and cafés, pubs and bars, live music and clubs, shops, theatre, kids’ activities and more.


One of your favourite places to visit in London

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8 Replies to “The Book Hut Giveaway | June 2015”

  1. So to start off the comments, one of my all time favourite places to visit in London is the Natural History Museum! I love it and have always loved the whale – which rumour has it, is moving to the great hall…

  2. Well as a Harry Potter fan I would like to say King’s Cross Station and Platform 9 and 3/4 but I would say Big Ben as it’s a landmark and a sight to behold.

  3. Any of the green spaces or spots near water- I’m thinking regents canal, wrapping docks or southbank. Amazing how many quiet, tucked away spots in a city so buzzing!

    – Gold looks like an interesting read.

  4. I’ve always loved Gabriel’s Wharf. I used to work round the corner and would often escape at lunchtimes for a walk along the South Bank and a browse around the Wharf. London is awesome in the summer.

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