Competition: Mage’s Blood, a fantasy novel by David Hair
FIVE copies to give away
Mage’s Blood by David Hair is published by Quercus, RRP $29.99. Available now.
About Mage’s Blood:
The Moontide Bridge is about to open. The world trembles on the brink of cataclysm…
Most of the time the Moontide Bridge lies deep below the sea, but every 12 years the tides sink and the bridge is revealed, its gates open for trade.
The Magi are hell-bent on ruling this new world, and for the last two Moontides they have led armies across the bridge on “crusades” of conquest.
Now the third Moontide is almost here and, this time, the people of the East are ready for a fight… but it is three seemingly ordinary people that will decide the fate of the world.
My review of Mage’s Blood is here. I highly recommend Mage’s Blood: it’s an epic fantasy with international politics. David blogged about his inspiration for the Moontide Quartet: these novels will be hot contenders for awards.
About the author
David Hair is an award-winning writer with two YA fiction series, the Aotearoa (set in New Zealand), and The Return of Ravana (based upon the Indian epic The Ramayana).Mage’s Blood, his first work of adult fantasy, is the first in his brand new quartet. He was raised in New Zealand, and after living in Britain and India and travelling the world, he now lives in Wellington, New Zealand.
Terms and Conditions of this competition:
Dark Matter and Pan Macmillan are giving away five copies of Mage’s Blood by David Hair. To enter, email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Mage’s Blood’ in the subject heading. The competition closes on 14 December 2012.
1) To enter, email email@example.com with ‘Mage’s Blood’ in the subject heading
2) Entrants must reside in Australia with an Australian delivery address.
3) All entries must be received by 5pm AEST (Melbourne time) 14 December 2012.
4) No late entries accepted.
5) Winners will be selected via a random number generator.
6) Winners will need to provide a snail mail address for delivery of the book within 7 days of being informed of winning; failure to do so will result in forfeiture of prize and a new winner will be drawn.
7) Email address and snail mail address will only be used for the purpose of this competition.
8) Pan Macmillan will mail out prizes, so the winners’ names and addresses will be provided to Pan Macmillan for this purpose.
9) The name of the winner will be published without address or email; these details will be held conﬁdential.
10) DMF is running this competition in good faith; no responsibility is taken for mishap or misadventure, but due care is taken.
11) All decisions are ﬁnal, no correspondence will be entered into.
The competition is now closed. The winners are:
- Deb Watson
- Joanne Purnell
- Angie McFayden
- Rebecca Fleming
- Matthew Morrison
If you haven’t already sent your snail mail address, please do so now using the same email account from which you entered the competition.