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It's a Contest – Extended

by Laura Wright on September 19, 2008 in Odum Library

Our contest to win Master of the Delta has been extended!

Win a FREE copy of
Thomas H. Cook’s latest mystery novel Master of the Delta!

Leave a comment below about your favorite book
~ OR ~
Leave a comment on the previous blog entry
“What fun events do you want to have at Odum Library?”


Comments must be posted by 12:00 noon Thursday, September 25th (extended from Sept 18th).
We’ll draw a name at random and post it to the Library blog later that afternoon.
If you win Master of the Delta, you must pick it up at the Reference Desk by September 24th at 10:00 PM, or we’ll draw a new winner.
Multiple entries are allowed if you’d like to comment on more than one book or event.
VSU Librarians are not eligible to enter, but are welcome to comment.


One of the finest World War Two books I have ever read, and I hae been forced to read quite a few of them, is Beyond Band of Brothers: The War Memoirs of Major Dick Winters. Major Dick Winters was the commanding officer of Easy Company during the D-Day invasion, Operation Market Garden and the seizure of Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest headquarters. His story begins in rural Pennsylvania and we follow along each and every step of his amazing war career.

The highest praise I can give this book, is that I began reading it while waiting for a plane at Jacksonville airport and I did not stop until my plane landed at Logan airport in Boston. That includes a 4 hour delay in Atlanta (of course.) If you have a remote interest in biography or military history, this is a book to read and we have it right here in our library!

Ron Cross says:

It would be awesome if we had poetry readings, or book readings by the authors that have written the book or poems. 🙂

Rebecca Griggs says:

I have always really enjoyed Kushiel’s Dart by Jaqueline Carey and the books that follow in that series. It is filled with politics, intrigue, romance, and some of the darker pleasures. I also had fun figuring out what fictional religions and places in the book could correspond to real religions and places. It is an exceptional series and very well written.

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