This is the 7th Literary Giveaway Blog Hop, hosted by Leeswammes, with 42 blogs offering up an array of literary prizes. My offerings have a Greek mythology theme this time, and as I can never decide on just one, I will be giving the winner a choice of The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller or The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood.
This is an international giveaway (providing The Book Depository ship to your country). Edition may differ from those pictured.
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