Win a full set of Mark Chadbourn's THE AGE OF MISRULE

I'm giving away a full set of the US edition of Mark Chadbourn's The Age of Misrule. The prize pack includes:


- World's End (Canada, USA, Europe)

A dragon firebombs a freeway. Shape-shifters stalk the commercial district. The deadly Wild Hunt wreaks havoc on the highway.

The Age of Misrule has dawned.

When Jack Churchill and Ruth Gallagher encounter a terrifying, misshapen giant beneath a London bridge, they are plunged into a mystery that portends the end of the world as we know it. All over the country, the ancient gods of Celtic myth are returning to the land from which they were banished millennia ago. Following in their footsteps are creatures of folklore: fabulous beasts, wonders and dark terrors. As technology starts to fail, Jack and Ruth are forced to embark on a desperate quest for four magical items—the last chance for humanity in the face of powers barely comprehended.

A pedal-to-the-floor, high-octane fantasy thriller that pitches magic and wonder into a pop culture mash-up of the modern world. Described as “One part Lord of the Rings, one part Illuminatus!, one part Arthurian romance, one part Harry Potter—100 % original!”



- Darkest Hour (Canada, USA, Europe)

The Eternal Conflict between the Light and Dark once again blackens the skies and blights the land. On one side stand the Tuatha de Danaan, golden-skinned and beautiful, filled with all the might of angels. On the other are the Fomorii, monstrous devils hell-bent on destroying all human existence. And in the middle are the Brothers and Sisters of Dragons, determined to use the strange power that binds them to the land in a last, desperate attempt to save the human race.

Church, Ruth, Ryan, Laura, and Shavi have joined forces with Tom, a hero from the mists of time, to wage a guerrilla war against the iron rule of the gods. But they didn't count on things going from bad to worse ...



- Always Forever (Canada, USA, Europe)

The modern world has been transformed into a land of myth, a magical place where fabulous beasts soar on the air currents, a terrifying place where shape-shifting monsters stalk the cities.

Mankind’s days appear numbered. Our only hope—the Brothers and Sisters of Dragons —are scattered and broken after a terrible defeat.

Their last chance may lie in the great court of the old gods, reached by an otherworldly ship filled with fantastical and frightening creatures.

But if our champions fail, the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain will dawn, and the dark god Balor will usher in the eternal night.

The rules are the same as usual. You need to send an email at reviews@(no-spam)gryphonwood.net with the header "MISRULE." Remember to remove the "no spam" thingy.

Second, your email must contain your full mailing address (that's snail mail!), otherwise your message will be deleted.

Lastly, multiple entries will disqualify whoever sends them. And please include your screen name and the message boards that you frequent using it, if you do hang out on a particular MB.

Good luck to all the participants!

6 commentaires:

Yetikeeper said...

I like the look of this competition. As an aside, and not wanting to sound like an ingrate, I won a copy of Nights Of Villjamur by Mark Charan Newton back in May and have yet to receive this much anticipated novel. Why the delay? :(

Still enjoy reading your blog, though.

Patrick said...

I have no control over the delay in the delivery of a prize. The publicity department of the publishers involved handle that. I only forward them the contact details of the winners.

Pan MacMillan have been notified that some Mark Charan Newton winners haven't received their prize, and they are supposed to send another batch of books out...

ediFanoB said...

I own the omnibus. So I don't take part. Even I really like the covers of the US edition....

tetewa said...

I'd like to be included!

O Goncho said...

I've got the three old UK editions. Great books. Are they only now being published in the US or are these just some lovely looking new re-issues? Either way I envy whoever wins.

KP said...

3/4 of the way through World's End - good so far. I have the rest so I will be reading straight through. Good luck to all entrants.