Get a Special World Book Day Edition of Skulduggery Pleasant…FREE!

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We’re giving away 1000 copies of Skulduggery Pleasant to celebrate World Book Day, courtesy of Jonathan Ball Publishers! This book will not be available in stores and cannot be bought: the author Derek Landy is giving these wonderful books away in support of World Book Day. About The End of the World: 

Skulduggery and Valkyrie are back, in an exclusive World Book Day novelette, set after the momentous events of Death Bringer…
15-year-old Ryan is running away from home, looking for escape and adventure. But unfortunately, sometimes people DO get what they wish for. Ryan hasn’t gone far before he is set upon by a bunch of scary, nihilistic punk-sorcerers who need him to set off a doomsday device that will destroy the planet and everyone on it.
Fun!

Riding to the rescue, however, is a certain skeleton detective and his teenage partner/combat accessory. Now Skulduggery and Valkyrie only have a few hours to figure out what’s going on, while saving Ryan and – incidentally – the whole world. And all that time, the punk-sorcerors are closing in…

In order to qualify for your copy, all you have to do is comment below with the title of your very favourite book. That’s all! Make sure you add an email address to your comment submission so that you can be contacted.

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386 Responses to “Get a Special World Book Day Edition of Skulduggery Pleasant…FREE!”

  1. Rosella Gokhul says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones :D

  2. Sophia says:

    The Wind in the Willows

  3. Rosella Gokhul says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones :D
    gokhulrose@gmail.com

  4. Maggie says:

    My very favorite book is “Hunting and Gathering” by Anna Gavalda!

  5. Ashishta Gokhul says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Boxset <3
    ashishta.gokhul@gmail.com

  6. Anthea Brinkman says:

    The alchemist and books by Jodi Piccoult. Its so difficult to choose a favourite book there are so many good ones :)

  7. Louisa Steyl (@Lousteyl) says:

    Favourite book of all time? The Drifters – James A Michener

  8. Vanessa says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire

  9. Martin says:

    Absolute favourite? Sheesh, but you guys are cruel….

    Um…. Rats, Bats and Vats by Dave Freer and Eric Flint, I suppose, but only because it was the first to come to mind. Too many good books though.

  10. Ashishta Gokhul says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant :D
    ashishta.gokhul@gmail.com

  11. Jonathan Meyer says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant (book 1) :D

  12. Wiléne van Driel says:

    My favorite book is out of the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan: The Eye of the World.

  13. Roselie Bester says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant Playing with Fire

  14. Ashishta Gokhul says:

    My sisters Keeper
    ashishta.gokhul@gmail.com

  15. Sunaina Orrie Sheikh says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer Death Bringer

    jassika.sheikh@gmail.com

  16. Abby says:

    Every new book I read becomes my favourite. Currently it is When God was a Rabbit

  17. Heidi Dignas says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire
    samurai_dusk@hotmail.com

  18. reshika singh says:

    Skulduggery pleasant book 1

  19. Linda says:

    Mortal Coil

  20. Luke says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  21. Rosella Gokhul says:

    A Mothers Hope
    gokhulrose@gmail.com

  22. Heidi Dignas says:

    Otherwise, my absolute favourite book outside the Skulduggery Pleasant series has to be Lirael by Garth Nix

  23. Padmini Bhikha says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones. My email address is minib@afcom.co.za

  24. Ben says:

    Toss up between IT and the Lord of the rings :)

  25. Cindy Roets says:

    Has to be The Lord of the Rings Tolkien Rules :) crroets@gmail.com

  26. Melyssa says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant – Playing with fire

  27. Libe says:

    1000 Leagues under the sea..

  28. Melanie Schoeman says:

    Currently The mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

    mel@mighty.co.za

  29. Ernesto Joseph says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer Death Bringer

    erniej23@gmail.com

  30. Albi says:

    Skulduggery pleasant book 1
    albi@yip.co.za

  31. waseem abdul oomar says:

    Skullduggery pleasant Dark days is my fave…

  32. samantha says:

    The Harry Potter Books. Love anything magic related.

  33. ilze says:

    Good Omens – Terry Pratchett + Niel Gaiman

  34. samantha says:

    Oops forgot email angel_sam369(at)yahoo(dot)com

  35. shailendra sham says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee

  36. fatima says:

    I love books period,but Shataram was an excellent read :)

  37. Anthea Brinkman says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones. Please ignore the previuos comment I misunderstood :)

  38. Margie Groom says:

    A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

  39. crystal says:

    The book theif!

  40. KJ Mulder says:

    Definitely Lord of the Rings for me.

  41. Yashmita Bhana says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  42. Anjana Bhana says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  43. kopano says:

    Steig Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy

    The Alchemist

  44. Bhavna Matabadal says:

    My all time favourite has to be The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho
    Email address: bhavna.matabadal@gmail.com

  45. Mohini Gopal says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  46. Marc says:

    too many to choose but currently re-reading ‘The ship who sang – Anne McCaffrey’

  47. JP Cronje says:

    “To kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

  48. Cristina Catalano says:

    A thousand splendid suns was a fantastic book and still stays in my mind long after reading it.

  49. Narisha says:

    My favourite book of all time would be tale of two cities by charles dickens my email address is narisha1@live.com

  50. Bhupendra Shantilal says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  51. I love Skulduggery Pleasant, but my favourite book ever is Pride and Prejudice!

    completedisbeliefblog@gmail.com

  52. JP Cronje says:

    “To kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee

    jpcronje13@gmail.com

  53. ahmed says:

    Lord of the Rings

    ahmed.khota@gmail.com

  54. Bharti Ranchod says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  55. colleen says:

    born wild by tony fitzjohn
    coal0205@gmail.com

  56. Ryan says:

    The Skullduggery Pleasant books as well as The Hobbit.

  57. Aysha Tiry says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant:Playing with fire

  58. Jessica says:

    Spud (and of course the Skullduggery Pleasant books) :)

  59. Cecilia says:

    Sati (by Christopher Pike) chume@tygerburger.co.za

  60. Gysie says:

    Currently: Piekniek by Hangklip.
    “Lekkerkunde” at its best,

  61. Brenda Bester says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant book 1

    brendabester1@hotmail.com

  62. Mohammed Rashid says:

    Skullduggery pleasant the facless ones
    rashidmf@gmail.com

  63. Lauren Kruger says:

    My favourite book has to be the Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R Tolkien.

  64. Aysha Tiry says:

    The Kiteflyer

  65. Patricia Blacklaws says:

    Memory Keeper’s Daughter by Kim Edwards Great read!!

  66. Meggan Preuss says:

    As much as I love Skullduggery Pleasant, it’s a toss up between Lord of the Rings and the Discworld novels.

  67. Garlai says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird

  68. Craig Bellwood says:

    Lord of the Rings

  69. Vanora Naude says:

    Lord of the Rings will always be the best book I have ever read, reread and reread again.

  70. shailendra sham says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee
    shailendra.sham@gmail.com

  71. Sheritha Singh says:

    I love YA but presently reading the Art of the Idea.

  72. Kandy Coetzee says:

    Memoirs of a Geisha by Liza Dalby

  73. Clariska says:

    Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen
    eclariska@yahoo.com

  74. Vasha Thakur says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant -> The Faceless Ones :) I enjoyed all of them!  Email Addy again is

    Shadow-weevil@hotmail.com

    Pleeeease let me one of the lucky 1000 :D

  75. Linda says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  76. Adam Collingwood says:

    Shantaram, adam@Collingwood.co.za

  77. Emile Jacobs says:

    Kremlin Device
    Chris Ryan
    funcksta@googlemail.com

  78. Fatima Karlie says:

    Orange is the new black

  79. waseem abdul oomar says:

    Skullduggery pleasant dark days waseemabduloomar@gmail.com

  80. Felicity Ball says:

    I’m entering for my daughter show is a huge fan and has all the books. Her name is Kayla and her favourite book is Death Bringer Bringer :)

  81. Kayla Smith says:

    Huge fan :) Love the series. My favourite is Death Bringer Bringer

  82. Karl Thomas says:

    My daughter is 9 years old and she has read the first 4 books in the Skulduggery Pleasant series and she absolutely loves them. She has been nagging me for Death Bringer for a month now, so this would be a lovely surprise for her.

  83. Insaaf Dawood says:

    “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne is one of my favourite books! :D insaafd@yahoo.com

  84. Shyama morar says:

    April 18, 2012 at 9:15 am

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  85. Dean Wicks says:

    The Prometheus Deception – Robert Ludlum

  86. Shelley Finch says:

    Love in the Time of Cholera – Gabriel García Márquez
    finch@telkomsa.net

  87. PB du Plessis says:

    My favourite book ever is Soliloquy by Stephen Finn!

  88. Pranil says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  89. Ann Fraser says:

    Shantaram

  90. Dean Wicks says:

    The Prometheus Deception – Robert Ludlum
    dkwicks05@yahoo.com

  91. Mini says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  92. Preshiela Mistry says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  93. Priya says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  94. Melody Kerchhoff says:

    I love the Reacher series by Lee Child, but if I have to choose a favourite book, it might have to be The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

  95. Deepa Hari says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire

  96. LUCIA DE ANDRADE says:

    Skullduggery pleasant

  97. Natasha says:

    The Hunger Games and
    all the Skulduggery
    Books
    tashjayneb@gmail.com

  98. Jessica Sargent says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer :) I love the whole series but because its the biggest book in the series its my fav!! :)

  99. Amanda Maswanganye says:

    The Alcemist by Paulo Coelho, from skulduggery, the faceless one. Too many favourite authours,list is endless
    amaswang@yahoo.co.uk

  100. Amanda Maswanganye says:

    The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, from skulduggery, the faceless one. Too many favourite authours,list is endless
    amaswang@yahoo.co.uk

  101. George says:

    I love all Skulduggery Pleasant books as well as the Percy Jackson books. Best one however was the first Skulduggery Pleasant book

  102. Julie says:

    My Sister’s Keeper

  103. Julie says:

    My Sister’s Keeper

    juliegiraudeau@gmail.com

  104. Cara says:

    Eat, Pray, Love!

  105. anisa desai says:

    the phantom – susan kay

  106. Debbie Welman says:

    Pillars of the Earth – Ken Follett. Jmagencies@telkomsa.net

  107. Svetlana says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: The Faceless Ones

  108. Tiaan Clarke says:

    Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

    tiaanb@webmail.co.za

  109. Dawn Wallenkamp says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  110. Aysha Tiry says:

    Bridge to Terebithia

  111. JB says:

    The Pheasant Hunter. jbrisland @ gmail.com

  112. Bennie says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant Playing with Fire

  113. Bongiwe Ndlovu says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  114. Cheryl says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  115. Josh Krige says:

    Papillon

  116. Bennie says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer Death Bringer

  117. Rhea Morar says:

    All time favourite: The Lord of the Rings. Skulduggery Pleasant: playing with fire.

  118. Noleen Narainsamy says:

    The Deep end of the Ocean-Jacquelyn Mitchard

  119. Arthi Rabikrisson says:

    In the Skullduggery Pleasant series it would be “Playing With Fire”. Overall, my favourites are the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter.

  120. glen collingwood says:

    Zulu Frotiersman

  121. Agnes says:

    You don’t love me yet-
    Jonathan Lethem.

  122. Linda Reynolds says:

    Pillars of the Earth

  123. Linda Reynolds says:

    Pillars of the Earth – lreynolds1@fnbconnect.co.za

  124. Avishkar says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

    Best story line ever!!!!!!

  125. Avishkar says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

    Best story line ever!!!!!!

    abrijmohun@gmail.com

  126. Arusha says:

    Memoirs of a. Geisha! -Arthur Golden

  127. Arusha says:

    Memoirs of a geisha! Singharusha@yahoo.com

  128. Reyanah Manuel says:

    Hunger Games
    Ciaphus Cane novels

  129. Ashleigh says:

    Alice in Wonderland :) It’s Brilliant!

  130. Arifa says:

    Angelas Ashes- Frank McCourt

  131. Helene says:

    Best book I read was Catcher in the Rye

  132. Zaakira says:

    Yikes. Can’t choose. Fave books of the moment are the A Song of Ice and Fire series.

    zaki.boo@gmail.com

  133. The Muggle says:

    I would have to say Pillars of the Earth!

    chidoryx@hotmail.com

  134. Gayle says:

    The lastborn of Elvinwood by Linda Haldeman

  135. Yolandi says:

    The Alchemist

  136. Favourite book ever: The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
    Favourite Skulduggery book: Skulduggery Pleasant (i.e. the very first one).

    Yay! Sincerely hoping this is not a delayed April Fool’s joke ;)

    mpuchert@gmail.com

  137. Pee Es says:

    I know why the caged bird sings by Maya Angelou

  138. Lexy Vernon says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Mortal Coil

  139. Andre Bruton says:

    I’d say I enjoyed reading the Hunger Games trilogy

  140. Gisela says:

    Probably the Poisonwood bible, though Skulduggery is pretty cool too!

  141. Angela’s Ashes – Frank MacCourt

  142. Corrie says:

    Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams

  143. David says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant (The first one)

  144. cara says:

    Skulduggery pleasant the faceless ones

  145. Stacey Vee says:

    Lord of the Rings! There has never been a better book written.

  146. Daryl James says:

    Skullduggery : The Faceless ones

  147. Carla van Tonder says:

    Shantaram – Gregory David Roberts
    carlajash@hotmail.com

  148. Clifford Oosthuizen says:

    Pappilon my all time favourite book

  149. Seshnee says:

    Alice in Wonderland

  150. rehana seedat says:

    “The Lightening”by John Soul

  151. Janice Leibowitz says:

    Sculduggery Pleasant books are all modern classics!!!!

    My ‘other’ favourite books are all by Jeffrey Archer

  152. Lynette Plaatjies says:

    Act like a Lady, Think like a Man – Steve Harvy!….lynetteplaatjies24@gmail.com

  153. rehana seedat says:

    “The Lightening”by John Soul. My email: dseedat@telkomsa.net

  154. Tennille says:

    To Kill a Mocking Bird

    tennille@iburst.co.za

  155. rehana seedat says:

    “The Lightening” By John Soul. Email:dseedat@telkomsa.net

  156. Ashleigh says:

    Ben Elton’s ‘Blind Faith’.

  157. Nicole Stroebel says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire

  158. Bhavna Mangroo says:

    Raymond Moody – Many Lives, Many Masters
    Bhavnamangroo@yahoo.com

  159. Dawn Adam says:

    Favourites? so many! Current favourite Prince of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

  160. Michelle Walton says:

    Anything by Terry Pratchett… with Fifth Elephant, Witches Abroad and Monstrous Regiment always on my bedside table, so if there’s a fire I can grab them as I escape!

  161. Dawn Ogle says:

    One of my favourites – Far From the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy

  162. Nokuthula N says:

    My fav book (right now) is Steve Jobd: the Exclusive biography by Walter Isaacson :)

  163. Kelly Engelbrecht says:

    Playing with fire

  164. Casey says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing With Fire. casey.esteves@gmail.com

  165. Ruth Kloppers says:

    Not read any in this collection, hence the excitement to win a copy and start. But I read all books. I like the Patricia Cornwells, the Hunger Games Trilogy, Stieg Larssons Girls with a Dragon Tattoo trilogy, The Twilight books, Anything from Terry Pratchett, the Harry Potter Series, Jodie Picoult…. I am a book worm who will readd all kinds of books. Hence the awesom vouchers I always get back on my Fanatics card!

  166. Hennie Kloppers says:

    Pillars of the Earth. Anything by Wilbur Smith as well. As well as science Fiction Novels like Brdsinger, Eragon, Inheritance

  167. Simanga says:

    The Ground Beneath Her Feet – Salman Rushdie

  168. Amy says:

    The girl with the dragon tatoo.

  169. Noleen Narainsamy says:

    The Deep end of the Ocean-Jacquelyn Mitchard
    noleen@rocketmail.com

  170. Doree Piner says:

    Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult

  171. Ruth Kloppers says:

    The Patricia Cornwell books, Anything by Michael Robotham, and 13 Hours by Deon Meyer

  172. Aasia says:

    Any Scarpetta Novel. patricia Cornwell

  173. Shuaib Karriem says:

    the brothers karamazov by Fyodor
    Dostoyevsky!!

  174. Nici de Oliveira says:

    End of Mr Y – Scarlett Thomas

  175. Bea Venter says:

    Life of Pi and Alchemist

  176. Stian Mouton says:

    Favourite Skullduggery book: Skullduggery (the first one)
    Favourite book of all time: Catch 22 – Joseph Heller

  177. Stian Mouton says:

    Favourite Skulduggery book: Skulduggery Pleasant (the first one)
    Favourite book of all time: Catch 22 – Joseph Heller

  178. nicole weier says:

    mine would be the house of night series by PC cast, some nice light reading.

    Free book pleeese

    nicoleweier@yahoo.com

  179. Gopaul Naicker says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant,very interesting read

  180. firoze says:

    The girl with the dragon tatoo

  181. Safiyyah says:

    To kill a mockingbird

  182. Safiyyah says:

    To kill a mockingbird
    Safiyyahm@gmail.com

  183. Taryn says:

    Favourite book of all time…wow! How to choose?!
    Pride and Prejudice…or The Book Thief
    My sons are OBSESSED with the Skullduggery books. I’ve promised to start reading them so we can share the experience

    Email: tarynturner@vodamail.co.za

  184. Luke says:

    Mine is the Hunchback of Notredame.

  185. Lee-ann Brooks says:

    Ice station by Matthew Riley

  186. Angie says:

    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

  187. Monique says:

    The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

  188. Leah Dewet says:

    My all time fave is Graceling by Kristin Cashore and all the Skulduggery Pleasant books, they are legendary!

  189. Fred says:

    My favourite book – The Stand by Stephen King

    email: falconscove@gmail.com

  190. Tracy says:

    The Far Pavillions – M M Kaye

  191. Shuaib Karriem says:

    The Brothers karamazov by Fyodor
    Dostoyevsky

    shb.karriem@gmail.com

  192. Lauren knight says:

    My sisters keeper Jodi picoult

  193. Shelley Nowosenetz says:

    Labyrinth-Kate Mosse

  194. Gayle Botes says:

    Redeming love – Francine River

  195. Gayle Botes says:

    Francine Rivers

  196. Liezel says:

    Pride & Prejudice

  197. Wizeguy says:

    Grapes of Wrath

  198. Annegret says:

    Dis ek Anna.

  199. Annegret says:

    My father my monster.

  200. kellyansara says:

    Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens

  201. Vasha Thakur says:

    My very favorite book is The Stand, By Stephen King :) I still have the first copy I read but now i added in 3 different editions to my collection :D I am an avid book collector :)

  202. Sheilla Dunn says:

    Has to be Wilber Smith’s River God or all of the Egyptian novels.

  203. cleo says:

    I would have to say — Going Postal by Terry Pratchette .. anything Terry Pratchette is my fave …

  204. Carol Willis says:

    Kane and Abel
    carol@smartx.co.za

  205. duwanty says:

    Favourite Books of all time: “When God was a Rabbit” and “A Million Little Pieces”. Love the Skulduggery Pleasant series as well.

  206. My favourite book of all time is 84, Charing Cross Road by Helene Hanff.

  207. Unathi says:

    At the moment, it’s Sachs Street by Rayda Jacobs :)

  208. Stuart McGarrick says:

    I have a few, Skullduggery are amazing books. buttt…

    Graphic Novels – Sandman by Neil Gaiman

    Novel – Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson

    these are favourites.. hate shutting it off to favourite though..

  209. Rosella Gokhul says:

    A Daughters Dream
    gokhulrose@gmail.com

  210. Tatjanochka says:

    I like small gods by terry :)

  211. Ashishta Gokhul says:

    The Secret
    ashishta.gokhul@gmail.com

  212. Christine Phillips says:

    Goodnight Mr Tom – by Michelle Magorian

  213. Kirsti says:

    Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen

  214. Fatima says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant – Playing with Fire fmoolla@gmail.com

  215. Vanessa Wilson-Thompson says:

    The Warrior of Light – workbook by Paulo Coelho
    Vanuss69@gmail.com

  216. Gaynor Adams says:

    Michael Scott – Alchemist series

  217. Fawn says:

    Everything by Jodi Picoult, Jackie Collins & Dan Brown:)

  218. Lloyd Wybrow says:

    My all time favourite book is “The Catcher in the Rye” by J. D. Salinger. I’ve read it like a billion times.

    youngbloodrunsfree@gmail.com

  219. Aneesa says:

    Fear Nothing by Dean Koontz

  220. Theo says:

    How can you choose which Skulduggery is better? But if I had to choose it would be “Death Bringer”

  221. Nikky Olivier says:

    Reaper Man – Terry Pratchett (although all of his books are excellent, this is the one I keep coming back to)

  222. Anthony Engelbrecht says:

    Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Isighuro

  223. Anna says:

    The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien.

  224. tanya jackson says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones
    hannahnietta@yahoo.com

  225. Se7en says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones

  226. Robyn Porteous says:

    The Book Thief – Markus Zusac. I recommend it to every person who’ll listen! :)

  227. Momo says:

    Playing with Fire
    Alltime favourite: playing beatie bow

  228. Benjamin says:

    Skullduggery Pleasant pls =)

  229. Meagen Critchlow says:

    Insomnia by Stephen King

  230. Navin says:

    The Jester – James Patterson and Andrew Gross
    superchoddho@gmail.com

  231. Anjolize Swart says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant The Faceless Ones was my favorite because it was the first one I read and got me hooked on the series.
    Top book at the moment is The Girl With The Dragon Tatoo.
    adara.arab@yahoo.com

  232. Sarmad Akram says:

    Brainjack

  233. Brittany Arendse says:

    Shantaram. Such a good book.

  234. Jacques says:

    Must be the hitchikers guide to the galaxy.Great promo for world book day. Thanks!

  235. Tracey Cobey says:

    Lightning by Dean Koontz

  236. waseem abdul oomar says:

    Inside the Skullduggery pleasant series – dark days – outside the series my fav is phillip pullman – the subtle knife – waseemabduloomar@gmail.com

  237. Raeesah says:

    The Sari Shop – Rupa Bajwa
    raeesah@vawdas.co.za

  238. Babsie says:

    That’s unfair – how can I choose only 1!
    If you insist…
    The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho

  239. Johan says:

    Grapes of Wrath – John Steinbeck

  240. Babsie says:

    That’s unfair – how can I choose only 1!
    If you insist…
    The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
    babsiep@gmail.com

  241. Dorette says:

    The Alchemist

  242. Amy says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant Playing With Fire!
    My English class is obsessed with the Skulduggery books!
    Amy.elizabeth.wills@gmail.com

  243. Sharmla says:

    skulduggery Pleasant the faceless ones – my fav

  244. Tom Ridl says:

    Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand

  245. salma says:

    How to choose :( Umm.. The boy called It- dave pelzer. Or the kite runner- khaled hosseini. And ALL books by nora roberts

  246. Melanie Bayes says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant – Death Bringer
    vampiriclust.bayes@gmail.com

  247. Sue says:

    The Lord of the Rings

  248. Hasina says:

    The Harry Potter Series

  249. Erina says:

    Digital Fortrace, Dan Brown

  250. Graeme says:

    My favourite book so far is The Dying of the Light by George RR Martin. At least it is this week!

  251. Leandra says:

    The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
    nades86@yahoo.com

  252. Kat says:

    The Hitchikers Guide by Douglas Adams
    (I can’t chose one out of the series)

    katinafrica@gmail.com

  253. cathy dannhauser says:

    Skulduggery pleasant the faceless ones

  254. Tracy says:

    My favourate book of all is The Timetravelers Wife – Audrey Niffenegger!!

  255. Taflyn Poole says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire Playing with Fire :)

  256. Carol Mendace says:

    Most definitely the Spud series
    carol.mendace@bytes.co.za

  257. Suzanne Steenkamp says:

    City of bones – Cassandra Clare ;)

  258. Brandon R says:

    Anything by Maeve Binchy

  259. Ilze Potgieter says:

    Skullduggary Death Bringer Death bringer

  260. Stephanie Whitaker says:

    All time favourites are To kill a mockingbird (Harper Lee) and Macbeth (or anything by Shakespeare really). But I am an avid reader so my favourite book tends to be anything I am reading at the time!

  261. liezel says:

    Lord of the rings

  262. Suzanne Steenkamp says:

    City of Bones – Cassandra Clare
    suzannesteenkamp1@gmail.com

  263. shameela abrahams says:

    Lord of the rings

  264. Hemathie says:

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

  265. Cristina Catalano says:

    My favourite book of the skulduggery series is Playing with Fire :)cris_catalano@hotmail.com

  266. marinus terblanche says:

    Scepter of the Ancients (book 1)is my fav though it’s almost impossible to choose.

  267. Sheritha Singh says:

    Hunger Games

  268. Greg says:

    The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole – first book I remember reading!

  269. Robyn says:

    My favourite Skulduggery book in the series is the first one Skulduggery Pleasant. I really enjoy all the books but the first one was epic :)

  270. Dorothy Dyer says:

    My best as a teen: The little princess, by Frances Hodgson Burnett. (Shows my age…)

  271. Megan Arnold says:

    The Power of One by Bryce Courtenay

  272. Elizabeth says:

    Toss up between Pride and Prejudice and the Great Gatsby!

  273. Richard says:

    Alan Paton’s Cry the Beloved Country

  274. Marie says:

    Gone with the Wind, Margaret Mitchell
    duplooymarie@gmail.com

  275. Danielle Davis says:

    Mutant Message Down Under by Marlo Morgan

  276. Jason says:

    The Great Gatsby – F Scott Fitzgerald

  277. Catherine Alborough says:

    Armageddon’s Children ~ Terry Brooks, is one of my favourite books…

  278. George says:

    Angela’s Ashes

  279. Jadon Kellett says:

    Fav book; Skulduggery pleasant – playing with fire

  280. Daniel says:

    The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini

  281. rita tams says:

    i used to came to exclusive books in cavendish or canal walk regulary every weekend.
    my fav section best seller books and baking books

  282. Wes Weier says:

    Colarado kid- Stephen king

    wes@ventureprojects.co.za

  283. Charmaine Layton says:

    Anything written by Dean Koontz

    charmainel@workforce.co.za

  284. Lynn Erasmus says:

    Favourite? That would probably be ‘Changes’ by Jim Butcher

  285. Helen Laurence says:

    Great Expectations by Charles Dickens but I also love books by Jane Austen, Francine Rivers and Jodi Piccoult.

    Vonkel.sa@gmail.com

  286. Susan says:

    Lord of the Rings

  287. Wes Weier says:

    Colarado Kid-Stephan King

    wes@ventureprojects.co.za

  288. Tharishia Naidoo says:

    Harry Potter: JK Rowling

  289. Roanne Naidoo says:

    Goosebumps – RL Stine

  290. Salochana Naidoo says:

    The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

  291. Richard says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer

  292. Mahomed says:

    “Shades”
    hffmah001(at)myuct(dot)ac(dot)za

  293. fadil vardiah says:

    The Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy

  294. Ian says:

    Rhetoric of Fiction by Wayne Booth

  295. Mickey says:

    Spooks series by Joseph Delaney

  296. Tanya says:

    Tao of Pooh

  297. Charmaine vd Merwe says:

    In a Skulduggery comp I suppose you should give a fav as one in that series, but honestly, I have not yet read the series. Wouldn’t mind starting though! My fav book at the moment is Patrick Rothfuss’ Name of the wind

  298. Mickey says:

    Spooks series by Joseph Delaney
    Email: mgagiano10@gmail.com

  299. M McGrath says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant!

  300. Kim says:

    The list in long but I have to narrow it down to “The Boy Who Lived”, A.K.A Harry Potter. ^_^

  301. Kim says:

    The list is long but I have to narrow it down to “The Boy Who Lived”, A.K.A Harry Potter. ^_^

    kimstacey89@gmail.com

  302. Tracy-Leigh says:

    The Killing Dance by Laurelle K Hamilton

  303. Warren says:

    Spud – John Van de Ruit

  304. Erin says:

    Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey

  305. Jacob Wolmarans says:

    The Wheel of Time series, and of course Skulduggery Pleasant!

  306. Taherah says:

    Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins

  307. Kayla says:

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – JK Rowling.

  308. Aida says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire

  309. Kagiso Zwane says:

    Disgrace

  310. Karishma Debipershad says:

    Favourite books of all time…most definitely Harry Potter. My e-mail address is kdebipershad@gmail.com

  311. Darrell says:

    Around Africa on my bike!

  312. Ashishta Gokhul says:

    The Power
    ashishta.gokhul@gmail.com

  313. Justin Atkins says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire

  314. Jp Le Riche says:

    A Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Genius.

  315. My favourite book is Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers

  316. Blown Away by Nancy Mehl a fabulous read!

  317. Jean Dennis says:

    Terry Pratchett – Night Watch

  318. Hamza says:

    Currently Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance
    Robert M. Pirsig.

  319. Alida says:

    Number 1 favourite book is a tie between Hosseini’s Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns.

  320. Taflyn Poole says:

    Lake House – James Patterson

  321. Kaylene says:

    My fav book of all time has to Harry Potter and the deathly Hallows! I loved it then and i still love it now!

    kaylene6151@gmail.com

  322. justsaying says:

    Just saying… But by asking people to put their email addresses here you have just opened up a world of spam for them??

    • Zoe says:

      When people submit an answer it captures an email that only we can see. Unfortunately it was either the email address or postal details and no one needs that info to be put out there.

  323. Kristi Edwardes says:

    The Strange One by Fred Bosworth
    Kristi.edwardes@gmail.com

  324. Jarrod says:

    The lucky one nicholas sparks pjarrodsederick@yahoo.co.uk

  325. Jaco Engelbrecht says:

    Favourite book in the world… Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J K Rowling!! So well written it’s crazy!

  326. ahmed says:

    The notebook

  327. Haseena Badat says:

    Favourite book(s) of all time are most of the books in the Harry Potter series. Escapism at its best!
    (The only ones I didn’t love as much are the first and fifth books.)

  328. Trevor Hansen says:

    Game Of Thrones

  329. Lize says:

    The first one is always the best! Skullduggery Pleasant!

  330. Nielen says:

    To Kill a Mockingbird

  331. Neerali says:

    Tough question but the Magician by Raymond E Feist and the Prophet by Khalil Gibran

    neerali.gajjar@gmail.com

  332. Martin Rossouw says:

    The Great Gatsby.

  333. Tsholofelo Jele says:

    Skulduggery pleasant ,
    read my brothers now I am a fan.
    tlholorandy@yahoo.com

  334. Linda Jooste says:

    Terry Pratchett’s “Night Watch” most definitely!

  335. Terence Cheetham says:

    Sabriel by Garth Nix

  336. Iman says:

    Definitely the Stieglitz Larson series
    Girl with the dragon Tattoo
    Girl who played with Fire
    Girl who kicked the Hornets Nest
    I know they are 3 different books, but they practically make one mega brilliant book

  337. Rochelle says:

    At the moment it would have to be Kafka on Shore by Haruki Murakami. rochelle@seeff.com

  338. Gregory says:

    My favourite book is Ender’s Shadow by Orson Scott Card

  339. Brigitte says:

    My very very favourite book is “Eva Luna” by Isabel Allende

  340. Jerusha Behari says:

    The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster

  341. Prema says:

    Skulduggery pleasant – the faceless one :)

  342. Bronwyn says:

    My favourite from school days is To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. My favourite book series is Harry Potter. My favourite teen girls book is Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants. I also love the hunger games and my favourite female author is Danielle Steele. I’ve l0ved reading since I was able to. And I still do.

  343. Michelle says:

    I’ll be unique and say the entire Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling – I grew up reading each book at least three times :)

  344. Samantha says:

    Favourite book of all time: Harry Potter
    Favourite book of the moment: Name of the Wind – Patrick Rothfuss
    Favourite intellectual book: Lord of the Flies
    Favourite spiritual book: Conversations with God

  345. terri-maree says:

    My very favourite book is Gone with the Wind – the effortless beauty with which this book was written is just amazing terrirens@gmail.com

  346. Marion Hart says:

    Never Look Back by Lesley Pearse!! Such a beautiful book!

  347. Liesel says:

    The World According to Garp! I used to make sure to read it once a year! But as a real book lover it is impossible to really name one book that I love more than any other! I grew from Enid Blyton and Nancy Drew to The Catcher in the Rye and Ursula leGuin, The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood to Agatha Christie, Wuthering Heights to The Magician, Artemis Fowl to Harry Potter and The Hunger Games!

  348. I’m sure any serious reader will tell you that only 1 favourite book of all time is almost impossible to determine. But if I were to do a first book that comes to mind for favourite book it would have to be the Belgariad – David Eddings

    sumanda.maritz@gmail.com

  349. Elske Nieuwoudt says:

    “Gardens of the Moon” – Steven Erikson.

    Elskers@gmail.com

  350. Liza says:

    Mal oor Harry Potter.

  351. Barbara says:

    My Story by Dave Pelzers.

    Pioneer@tiscali.co.za

  352. miriam says:

    Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman.

  353. Susanna says:

    My favourite book is The Faceless Ones by Derek Landy (:

    Email: kang.eunbeee@gmail.com

  354. Roxanne says:

    Twilight : Breaking Dawn

  355. Judy says:

    The princess bride by William Goldman

  356. Cherezaan Ryklief says:

    My all time favourite book is Scar Tissue written by Anthony Kiedis. The best biography I’ve read in my life thus far.

  357. Deagan Halls says:

    Favourite book – Humble Pie by Gordon Ramsay

  358. Shameema Brown says:

    Eat, Pray, Love

    A really good book

  359. Mafedi Selepe says:

    Skulduggery Pleasant, that’s my book.

  360. Janine says:

    Skulduggery pleasant. Death bringer death bringer

  361. To Stir the Heart: Four African Stories (Bessie Head and Ngugi wa Thiong’o)

  362. Andrea says:

    Looking For Alaska – John Green

  363. Marlize de Graaf says:

    Mort by Terry Pratchett.

  364. tanyadk says:

    So difficult to choose! I would have to say the Lord of the Rings trilogy and I am a big fan of everything that Enid Blyton has written!

  365. Sergio Pereira says:

    Hunter S. Thompson’s “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”

  366. Sergio Pereira says:

    Hunter S. Thompson’s “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”.

  367. Karen Ferreira-Meyers says:

    I love all Skullduggery books! It is just too difficult to choose! Look forward to reading the latest instalment.

  368. miriam says:

    So… I answered the question, left my email address in the “Mail (will not be published) (required)” box.
    Then silence.
    Now what?
    Will you keep up your end of the promise?

    • Zoe says:

      Hi Miriam.

      We’re currently collecting the 400 entries and sending them to the publisher who is giving out the books. They will be contacting you for your postal details soon.

  369. Aileen says:

    My favourite read of all time was The Morganville Vampire series of Rachel Caine. I cannot wait for the next installment in the tale.

  370. webster says:

    My favourite book? That is like asking me what my favourite colour is… it all depends on my mood. However, I would say I am most faithful to the Harry Potter Series.

  371. Kobus Kok says:

    Water under the bridge, deur Abré J. Steyn;

  372. Lelanie Lourens says:

    My daughter has bought the box series, and read the Death Bringer all in four days, she is addicted, and i have to pay a visit to PNA or CNA everyday to make sure if they don’t have the book End of the World as yet. She Loves reading and she will really appreciate one of Derek Landy’s books.

  373. Junaid Jamal says:

    Favourite book: A thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

  374. Conrad Rowles says:

    Earth Children Series by Jean M Auel
    connorcrow@live.co.za

  375. Jay Scheepers says:

    My favorite book is Ghost Story by Jim Butcher.

  376. Melanie says:

    My favorite book is Derek Landy’s Death Bringer ^.^

  377. Carlos Klaasen says:

    My favorite book series is the Tomorrow series by John Marsden, I was sad when it ended

  378. miriam says:

    Thanks much for your answer, Zoe. I found that long silence quite unsettling :)