Waiting on Wednesday: Article 5 Sweepstakes

We’re gearing up for a very exciting Tor Teen release in January. Article 5 is the debut dystopian novel of Kristen Simmons.

For a while now we’ve been seeing this title come up in your Waiting on Wednesday picks. So now we’re giving you the opportunity to enter for the chance to win an advance reading copy of Article 5 before it pubs!

To enter for the chance to win, simply comment in this blog post and tell us what your Waiting on Wednesday pick is this week.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. You must be 18 or older and a legal resident of the 50 United States or D.C. to enter. Promotion begins December 14th, 2011 at 12:00 a.m. ET. and ends December 19th, 2011, 11:59 p.m. ET. Void in Puerto Rico and wherever prohibited by law. Please see full details and official rules here. Sponsor: Tom Doherty Associates, LLC.

36 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday: Article 5 Sweepstakes

  1. Ooh, Artical 5 sounds like such a great read.
    This week I am waiting-or as I call it on my blog, Wish List Wednesday- for Deadly Cool by GEmma Halliday and Kare Kano 1.

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

  2. Article 5 is definitely one of my WOW picks! This is one sci-fi/dystopian I’ve been dying to get my hands on! Its at the top of my Goodreads 2012 wishlist and my top 10 winter reading list here I’d love to win a copy of Article 5!!

  3. waiting for The Gate Thief by Orson Scott Card ๐Ÿ™‚

    Article % sounds like a great book to read and add to my library.

  4. Article 5 sounds awesome! My WoW is Cinder by Marissa Meyer. Thanks for the great giveaway ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I have heard a lot of good things about Article 5, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it. But, my WoW for today would have to be Power Play by Ben Bova.

  6. I love dystopia. This book looks fantastic; I can’t wait to read it. I have too many choices for Wow so I can’t name just one!

  7. I’ve never done “waiting for wednesday” (is it a book you just got most recently?) but the book I just bought this Wednesday is Soul Screamers omnibus by Rachel Vincent. However I recognize Article 5 because it keeps popping up as a recommended read in my goodreads but it’s not out yet so I’m waiting! Very excited to read it:)

  8. Currently writing a present-day dystopian short story so I won’t start reading any novels until that is finished. However, the Ender Companion looks like a must-have in my Science Fiction library. Love Ender and am still reading the series, I’m kind of a late adopter.

    I’ll be sure to add Article 5 to my wishlist.

  9. I’m so excited about this book! I feel like I’ve been waiting forever for its release! My Wednesday pick.. Hmm.. There are so many! I’ll go with The Immortal Rules. But really, there aren’t many books I don’t love. Books fulfill all the senses! Thanks for the opportunity!

  10. My WoW is definitely The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. Can’t wait to read Article 5 either though. Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. Never have done a WoW pick before. But Article 5 definitely has my attention! I’m waiting for Clockwork Prince to come out in softcover before ordering it. I have the 1st series and the first book in the clockwork set. Anxiously awaiting more!

  12. I really wanted to like “Article 5” but it just didn’t live up to the hype (or even the description!) It was an okay read, but that’s it…just okay.

    First of all, I felt as if I had read this book before. Totalitarian society, complete with militia? Handmaid’s Tale, the Hunger Games, even 1984 (if you replace the militia with thought police) have that. Reform schools for teens? Declaration is one of many books that comes to mind. A resistance and underground railroad of sorts? Sounds like When She Woke or dozens of other dystopias. There was literally nothing unique in this story and the world just wasn’t developed enough for me not to feel like it was a retread. My major issue was that the main character, Ember, was completely unlikable and in fact, rather naive and, well frankly, stupid.

    I’m sure I’ll read the next book, primarily because I’m very interested in finding out more of the backstory on the war and the destruction of much of the United States. There was very little of that in Article 5 and I think just a little bit more context would have helped the book.


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