Add Some Ove To Your Life: Enter To Win A Man Called Ove (Book And DVD)

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Still recovering from 2016? We are, too. That’s why we want to start the year off on the right note by giving you the chance to add some Ove to your life!  

If you haven’t met Ove, you’re in for a treat. He’s a curmudgeon. He has staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. But there’s more than meets the eye.

The Swedish film—based on the New York Times bestselling novel A Man Called Ove — just came out on DVD and we want to give you the chance to win it along with a paperback copy of the book! 

To enter, all you have to do is follow the directions found in the Rafflecopter below—you can choose one of the options, or do all three for more chances to win!  

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  1. Terry Pearson

    My gosh you have no idea how long this has been on my #tbr list – like forever. I’m probably the last person on earth who has yet to own it, not for lack of wanting. I will one day.

  2. Susan C.

    Truthfully, I tried reading My Grandma Called to Tell You I’m Sorry but couldn’t get through it but I would really LOVE to try reading A Man called Ove since it has gotten such rave reviews in the media.

  3. Kristy Petree

    I haven’t read any yet, but my friend just gave me a copy of Britt-Marie Was Here so that will probably be the first one I read. Thanks for the chance!

  4. Lynn

    I have wanted to read this because I have heard great comments from friends. Wanted my book group to read Ove, but it didn’t work out. Can’t wait to read it.

  5. Sharon

    I loved reading A Man Called Ove and woul live to see the movie. I am lokking forward to reading My Grandmother Told Me To Tell You Im sorry.

  6. Eileen Gregg

    I am looking forward to reading this book since I’ve heard so much about it and have never resd a book by this author before !

  7. Earl

    I have been wanting to read this, and his other work, for a while. Recent employment issues have kept me from buying many books but between giveaways, exchanges and the ever trusty library I am getting by!

  8. LMcLendon

    Which is your favorite Fredrik Backman novel? Since I only know this one, it is most definitely “A Man Called Ove” and I think there is a lesson in it for me so fingers crossed for the lucky win!!

  9. John Smith

    I have not read this author’s books yet, but I know how good they are, and I have the DVD here at home write now, and will watch it in the next few hours!

  10. Darren

    My Grandma Called to Tell You I’m Sorry… he has a way with words! Keeps me intrigued and entertained. Can’t wait to read ‘A Man Called Ove”

  11. Rosanne Morrison

    I read A Man Called Ove on my Kindle as a loan from the library. I thought it was one of the most beautiful love stories I’ve ever read. It was not your typical love story. I’d love to sahre this book with my sweet daughter in law

  12. Jeane Campbell

    “A Man Called Ove” is my favorite from this author. His next book, “My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She’s Sorry” was one I finally had to put aside. Last year I read “Britt-Marie Was Here” and really enjoyed it…especially the ending. I was not aware of a film made based on his book. Would really like to watch it.

  13. Anne Fescharek

    I SO hope I win. IVE been dying to read this book for MONTHS. I’M 72ND ON THE WAITLIST AT THE LIBRARY AND CAN’T AFFORD TO buy cause I’m unemployed, disabled and I AM POOR. ALAS, I HAVE NOT READ HIS OTHER BOOKS SINCE he’s SO POPULAR. HE’S best writer to come out of Sweden since “Royal Physician’s Visit” or August Strindberg!! Have pity–I read an exerpt an I know I ‘m married to an Ove. Thank you. annfes@yahoo.com


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