Deogratias: A Tale of Rwanda Graphic Novel Bookray - CLOSED for now

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I have just had this book returned to me from our local Calgary Bookcrossing group. It currrently has 11 journallers and I would like to see this little book travel and have more journallers. It is very thin and could be easily sent International if participants are open to mailing overseas. Please post here with shipping preferences if you are interested.

Deogratia: A Tale of Rwanda Graphic Novel
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/4147412


Shipping Order:
KiwiinEngland (New Zealand)
Edwardstreet (New Zealand)
Billbooks (Australia)
iiwi (Netherlands)
okyrhoe (Greece)
alexiapapa (Greece)
Andrasthe (Austria)
Wichtelkoenigin (Germany)
GronnLivsstil (Norway)
Askeladda (Norway)
pam99 (Scotland)
Abi-Gibby (UK)
hesiodo66 (Argentina)
hyphen8 (USA)
tchaikovsky (USA)

 

but I can absolutely only afford U.S. shipping. If that's a problem, then please do not include me. Either way, thank you :)

 

Billbooks 5 yrs ago
Interested
In Australia can post anywhere worldwide

 

I would prefer NZ/Australian postage, but will send international if required.

 

 

So far I have tchaikovsky, Billbooks, KiwiinEngland and iiwi.
No problems with accomodating shipping so far either.
I will leave this thread open for the rest of the week and hopefully get this book off on it's journey on Saturday, January 18.

Thanks to all who have joined so far....

 

wingAbi-Gibbywing 5 yrs ago
Please
I would be interested in reading this, from uk and can send any where

 

I prefer US shipping but may be able to do international if needed. Do you have any idea how much it weighs? Graphic novels are often deceptively heavy even when they're thin because of the sort of paper that is used.

 

Hi hyphen8 - It is actually not very heavy - pretty on par with an average Mass market paperback I think. It is nice and skinny though so can be shipped as a letter instead of as a package. I will let you know the exact weight once I ship it off.
Abi-Gibby - I have added you to the list

I am going to keep taking sign ups through the week and will post shipping order on Friday, mail it out Saturday.
Thank you all so far who have joined!

 

It is actually not very heavy - pretty on par with an average Mass market paperback I think. It is nice and skinny though so can be shipped as a letter instead of as a package.

Different countries have different criteria for what can be shipped as a letter. Where I am a heavy but skinny item would still be a parcel. Perhaps you mean in the USA it could be shipped as a letter and not a parcel, but that's not true everywhere.

Still really looking forward to reading this, regardless of letter/parcel criteria.

 

I live in Norway and prefer postage within Europe.

 

I have added you to the list, Askeladda - thank you for joining.

I will be posting a tentative shipping order on Thursday to be confirmed by participants and then hope to ship on Saturday.

 

but please put me at the end as I have a big TBR list. thanks :)

 

okyrhoe 5 yrs ago
Interested
I am in Greece and can post books international. Thanks.

 

pam99 5 yrs ago
me please
in Scotland, happy to mail internationally

 

I'm in Germany and can mail internationally. Thank you :-)

 

I have the shipping order listed below and I will paste it in the main post on this thread. There are few relatively new Bookcrossers on this list and I can only hope that no one will stall this bookray as so many want to read it.

This is a short graphic novel, so please do your best to read it and ship to the next on the list within 3 weeks of receiving it.

I believe this shipping order accommodates shipping requests. I will be shipping this book out as soon as I receive KiwiinEnglands mailing address.

tchaikovsky - since you are last on the list you can release this book how you see fit, though I do hope you keep it moving to another bookcrosser as a RABCK or to Ray It Forward.

KiwiinEngland (New Zealand)
Billbooks (Australia)
iwii (Netherlands)
okyrhoe (Greece)
alexiapapa (Greece)
Wichtelkoenigin (Germany)
Askeladda (Norway)
pam99 (Scotland)
Abi-Gibby (UK)
hyphen8 (USA)
tchaikovsky (USA)

 

If you get a request for the book to travel back to Canada, I might be able to swing that, since it's a little cheaper. :)

 

it is off to KiwiinEngland!

Thank you hyphen8 for the offer to ship back to Canada - if there are any Canadians that would like to join I will add them between you and tchaikovsky.

iwii - if it works for you to arrange picking up the book personally in Australia that would be great.

Thank you to all who have entered and I hope you all get a chance to read this uncomfortable, yet poignant graphic novel.

 

I will be at the Australian convention beginning April, and can take the book from Australia to Europe or vice versa.

 

I have the shipping order listed below and I will paste it in the main post on this thread. There are few relatively new Bookcrossers on this list and I can only hope that no one will stall this bookray as so many want to read it.

This is a short graphic novel, so please do your best to read it and ship to the next on the list within 3 weeks of receiving it.

I believe this shipping order accommodates shipping requests. I will be shipping this book out as soon as I receive KiwiinEnglands mailing address.

I am in the original shipping order and missed in this list. I wil get from Kiwi and then get to Bill

tchaikovsky - since you are last on the list you can release this book how you see fit, though I do hope you keep it moving to another bookcrosser as a RABCK or to Ray It Forward.

KiwiinEngland (New Zealand)
Billbooks (Australia)
iwii (Netherlands)
okyrhoe (Greece)
alexiapapa (Greece)
Wichtelkoenigin (Germany)
Askeladda (Norway)
pam99 (Scotland)
Abi-Gibby (UK)
hyphen8 (USA)
tchaikovsky (USA)

 

I can post anywhere

 

hesiodo66 5 yrs ago
me!
I am interested...i have no problem to send it overseas.

 

hesiodo66 and Edwardstreet to the list. See shipping order in parent post.

 

wingAndrasthewing 5 yrs ago
Me too!
I am always looking for good graphic novels! I am in Austria and prefer to send eu wide, if possible

 

Could I join, please?

 

I have just had this book returned to me from our local Calgary Bookcrossing group. It currrently has 11 journallers and I would like to see this little book travel and have more journallers. It is very thin and could be easily sent International if participants are open to mailing overseas. Please post here with shipping preferences if you are interested.

Deogratia: A Tale of Rwanda Graphic Novel
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/4147412
here I am. Will get from Kiwi and pass onto Bill

Shipping Order:
KiwiinEngland (New Zealand)
Edwardstreet (New Zealand)
Billbooks (Australia)
iwii (Netherlands)
okyrhoe (Greece)
alexiapapa (Greece)
Wichtelkoenigin (Germany)
Askeladda (Norway)
pam99 (Scotland)
Abi-Gibby (UK)
hesiodo66 (Argentina)
hyphen8 (USA)
tchaikovsky (USA)

 

I have also added Andrasthe and GronnLivsstil and will be closing this ray to new participants at this time. If it makes it to tchaikovsky perhaps it will be sent out again on another adventure.

Thank you to all who have joined - I hope you get something out of this powerful graphic novel.

Happy Reading!

 

I'm iiwi, not iwii (otherwise I can't be found).

 

I'm iiwi, not iwii (otherwise I can't be found).


HaHa! Oh Boy - I better book an appointment to get my eyes checked - I think I need new glasses :-P
I fixed it in the shipping list - sorry about that :)

 

I have PMed pam99 two weeks ago, but have not rescived his/hers adress. What do I do? Try again and wait another week? Or contact the next reader on the list?

 

Since I'm not able to get in contact with pam99, I have PMed the next reader on the list, to let the ray continue ....

 

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