Giveaway dates: Feb 01 – Mar 02, 2016
Availability: 5 signed copies (1 copy per winner)
Available: Worldwide (see giveaway page for list of eligible countries)
Today marks the beginning of the second week of my Goodreads Giveaway! You still have three weeks and two days to win one of five signed paperback editions of The Future King: Logres. All you need is a Goodreads account, and to enter the on the Goodreads Giveaway page. This raffle is available to everyone and runs until the 2nd of March 2016. Once the Giveaway has ended Goodreads will select five winners at random – who will then receive signed copies of The Future King: Logres, posted by me!
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You can find the event page for this giveaway here, where you can invite others to enter. Again, the purpose of this free raffle is to get as many people involved as possible – so don’t forget to share it with your Goodreads friends and remember to add The Future King: Logres to one of your Goodreads shelves!
Thank you and enjoy the Giveaway!
Britain, 2052. In a world of war, disease and hunger the UK stands alone as a beacon of prosperity under an all-powerful ruling party. Life at new school Logres seems promising for fifteen-year-old Gwenhwyfar, and quickly she falls for the school’s handsome catch, Arthur. When Arthur’s rival, Lancelot, returns after a suspension, her heart is soon divided. Realising that behind the UK’s prosperity lies unspeakable cruelty, Gwenhwyfar sets off on a path to dismantle everything the government stands for. Suspenseful, raw and awash in a dystopian setting, The Future King: Logres is a story of identity and discovery against this backdrop, the second coming of the Arthurian legends.
100% of readers liked this novel. Check out their reviews here.
Although this book is over 500 pages long, it doesn’t feel like it. You don’t notice the time go by at all because not for a second, are you left bored. My favourite thing about this book was at the beginning, you don’t think there’s much wrong with the world of this story, it seems almost idealistic, until little things start happening…Then bigger things…Then it hits you about this sort of tyrannical system of government and how different things actually are!
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Came highly recommended. Just taking a break so I can write a review! It’s a must – a new spin on a traditional story. Who doesn’t love a tale about the legendary Arthur?!