Wednesday, 21 May 2008

Giveaway! 'Scar Night' (Alan Campbell)


I told you another competition would be along soon... ;o)

If you look down the page you'll see that I really enjoyed Alan Campbell's 'Iron Angel', so much in fact that I thought it would be a cool thing to do to give away some free copies on the blog. But then I thought, 'what about all the people who haven't read Scar Night yet...?' (Ok, there was also the fact that an 'Iron Angel' competition would have ended up being 'UK only' and I wanted everyone to be able to enter if they wanted!) So the idea of a 'Scar Night' giveaway was born! :o)
Here's a very brief synopsis for those who don't already know the story...

Suspended by chains over a seemingly bottomless abyss, the ancient city of Deepgate is home to a young angel, an assassin, and a psychotic murderer hungry for revenge—or redemption. But soon a shocking betrayal will unite all three in a desperate quest....

I told you it was brief! Do you fancy a copy? Well, thanks to the good folk at Tor UK I have three copies to give to anyone who fancies a good read. Are you one of these people? You are? Cool! What you need to do is send me an email (address at the top right hand side of the screen) telling me who you are and where you live. This competition is open to anyone, it doesn't matter where you live! I'll let the competition run until next Wednesday (28th May) and announce the winners on the Thursday.

Good Luck!

3 comments:

Chris, The Book Swede said...

Very cool contest! There are so many books I need to get hold of. I've been series-hopping, though. Just jumping from one cool book to the next and never finishing the whole story, so that's my aim before I pick up these new ones: to finish the old series! :)

Tomekire said...

I'm new at this so i have a question. Do I send my address/location in the email or just my name? And if i win just send the address after?

Graeme Flory said...

Hi Tomekire,

The aim is to get books to winners as soon as possible so you need let me know your address in the email. I delete all the emails after the competition has finished so you don't need to worry on that score ;o)