Ian Cameron Esslemont contest winners!

Thanks to the kind folks at Transworld, our five winners will each get their hands on a complimentary copy of Ian Cameron Esslemont's Malazan debut, Night of Knives. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

The winners are:

- Benjamin Yang, from Singapore, Singapore(ben1xy on sffworld.com and sffchronicles.co.uk)

- Amit Doshi, from Mumbai, India (oosquaiaddict on dragonmount.com)

- Alexandre Poloni, from Paris, France

- Maurice Engel, from Badorf, Germany

- John Walker, from Glasgow, Scotland (uzusan on sffworld.com)

Thanks to all the participants!;-)

11 commentaires:

Apolo said...
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John said...

Can't believe i actually won :)

Just in time as well, i was going to order this on friday now that the mass market paperback came out a few weeks ago. I couldn't find a copy for ages before that.

Anonymous said...

Singapore, India, France, Germany, Scotland... you'd save a ton on shipping if you'd just send me a copy in Ohio.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for the prize! Who knew that bugging you enough would actually work ;)

On a more serious note, I too look in here almost everyday and through you I keep myself informed on what I should read next. Ive been a huge Malazan fan since 2004 and I am very greatful to experience even more of it with Esslemont's work!

(Oh and Thank you Transworld too!)

Marcel said...

May silverfish eat the binding of all your first editions.

Amit said...

Thank You. I hadnt been able to get this book in India, so its awesome that I can continue the Malazan series.

Anonymous said...

Thanks heaps Pat!

I have been following your blog for quite sometime now. And i can't believe i actually won! :)

I just started a new career and hopefully this win bodes well for me!

Thank you so much!


- Ben

bottomie said...

wow is like the world is here Pat, nice selection of winners,

congrats y'all

Jaltus said...

Well, now I have a list of people to hunt down and kill. Since I am from the US, at least I'll get some good traveling in.

Anonymous said...

The weather here sucks...you wouldn't want to come here...

Marcel said...