Giveaway - Unseen (Outcast #3) – Rachel Caine

Yay! We're now at week 2 of 16 weeks of giveaways to celebrate the release of

The Bitter Seed of Magic - Spellcrackers # 3 in the UK on 17th Feb (1st time in print)
The Cold Kiss of Death - Spellcrackers # 2 in the US on 26th April (out now in the UK)

And this week's giveaway is ... 

*Cue Throaty Sound of Motorbike*

Unseen (Outcast # 3)

by the awesome

Rachel Caine
"Once she was Cassiel, a Djinn of limitless power. Now, she has been reshaped in human flesh as punishment for defying her master—and living among the Weather Wardens, whose power she must tap into regularly or she will die."

This is the third book in Rachel's fantastic Outcast series (a spin-off from her wonderful Weather Warden series) and is about Cassiel, a Djinn turned kick-ass human (or sort of, on the human bit) and hot, sexy Warden Luis Rocha.

I absolutely love all of Rachel's books - this lady is on my must-buy-as-soon-as-available list whatever she writes - and the Outcast series is no exception. And if you were, like me, sad after reading the last Joanne Baldwin book, Total Eclipse, then Cassiel is a great way to get your next Weather Warden World fix *g*.

So what do you have to do to enter? Well, as we're talking about Djinn here, and I think they're a bit over-looked as a supernatural (says the vampire/faerie writer! *g*) - I think we should make an effort to let them out of their bottles. So, either leave me a comment about your favourite book (or TV series/episode/film) featuring a Djinn (or genie). Here's one of mine: I Dream of Jeannie! Or tell me which Djinn is your favourite from Rachel's Weather Warden series!

Now, I wouldn't mind being a Djinn if the inside of the bottles were all like this *g*
So what are you waiting for, go comment! *g*

How to enter:
Leave a comment with your favourite Djinn (or Genie) from a book/TV series/film, or from Rachel's books.

Please leave a way to contact you (email in comment: Please remember to replace @ with [at] to forestall spam - or your twitter name - no way to contact you - no entry).

Giveaway closes end of day (GMT time) 26th Jan 2011

See rest of General terms and rules below.

And don't forget to check out the Giveaway schedule here! And so you don't miss out on a chance of winning any of the wonderful books in the coming weeks, why not follow me? (following is not a condition of entry).

General terms and rules: 

-Giveaways open internationally where The Book Depository delivers.
-Winners will be chosen by
-Winners will be contacted by email. If they do not claim their prize within 7 days, the giveaway will be re-drawn.
-If you do not leave an email/twitter name to contact you with your comment, entry is void.
-Emails will not be used for any other purpose.
-Winner's name will be posted at the top of the relevant giveaway post, and in the comments after the closing date.
-Release dates noted in the giveaways are US, unless otherwise stated: winners will be sent either US or UK version of books as delivered by The Book Depository asap after relevant release date.
-you can enter to win even if you've won something from me before.
-Giveaway books are the latest in the authors' series, but I'm happy to substitute an earlier book from the same series if it's available and the winner wants.
-There is no cash alternative. 
-Oh, and anything else I've forgotten :-)

Please note: My blog policy is that I try to reply to all comments on the blog, but for ease of admin I won't be replying to any comments made on any of the giveaway posts during the 16 weeks. Sorry, but it makes it much harder to sort out the winner. I will still continue to reply to comments on any other post :-) 

All links lead to Amazon (merely for ease). Please note: there are other online books stores available. 

x/posted to my LJ: comment here or there - one entry per person.


Durão said...

Richard Eyer playing the sad boy genie in the "The 7th Voyage of Sinbad".

carlos_durao AT

Ladytink_534 said...

Robin Williams' Genie from Aladdin. He's awesome!


Tynga said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
My fav Genis would have to be the one from Aladdin!


StacyUFI said...

David of course from The Weather Warden series.

Chllybrd(at)gmail(dot)com said...

amazing power, eetsy beetsy ling space, xxx

Unknown said...

I agree that the one from Aladdin can right to my mind too. I was not a big I Dream of Genie watcher.

robin [at] intensewhisper [dot] com

Llehn said...

I love I Love Jeannie :D


Beverly said...

Thanks for hosting!

I loved watching I Dream of Genie as a kid, but my favorite Djinn has to be Bartimaeus - from Jonathan Stroud's series!

Jafa said...

What can I say?
I'm sucker for Disney's Alladin!

jafantunes AT sapo DOT pt

Anonymous said...

I don't really know any genies at all except the one from Disney's Aladdin... and he was totally cool, so I'm picking him!!


Reading Mind / The Loyal Book said...

I'm a child at heart, so it's the one from Aladdin!


Antonia said...

Jinnicky the Red Jinn in Ruth Plumly Thompson's Oz novels.

agcestrela AT gmail DOT com

mariska said...

My favorite genie is : Genie from I dream of Genie :)

uniquas at ymail dot com

Pam P said...

I Dream of Jeanie was a favorite in my family.

Love the Weather Wardens and the Outcast series. Unseen high up on my wishlist.

Melissa (My words and pages) said...

Oh, I saw someone else mentioned it but I have to say one of my favorite Djinn is Genie from Aladdin. I love Robin Williams and his comments as the Genie! Kids and adults alike can love and get the humor in him. :)

Thank you for this great chance as I've been enjoying this series as well. Now I need to go back to the beginning and read the Warden series. ;D

Thank you! And the best of luck to you!

MyWorldinwordsandpages {at} gmail {dot} com

SusanKMann said...

I think it has to be Genie from Aladin. @susankmann

Kristin said...

Well, I would have to say David or Alice are my fave Djinns from the Weather Warden series!

Great giveaway!
mybookishways [at] yahoo [dot] com

Spav said...

My favourite Genie is the one from Aladdin.


Sullivan McPig said...

Djinns are indeed overlooked in UF. I must put this series on my wishlist.
I once read a short story about a cat djinn which was quite cool: Ali Babette by Alan Dean Foster.


Anonymous said...

Well, in addition to Rachel's Djinn I like Daoud in Nicole Peeler's Jane True series and Genie in Disney's 1st Aladin movie.

@BeasBookNook AKA Bea The Charmed Lover at Book Lovers Inc.

Anonymous said...

I just *loved* Bartimaeus from Jonathan Stroud's series--beginning with 'The Amulet of Samarkand.'

He's such a snarky little fiend!


Jojob said...

Does Christina Aguilera count .... she was a Genie in a bottle! Lol x

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