World Book Night Giveaway

As part of the World Book Night 2011 Million Book Giveaway, I will be giving away 11 copies of Life of Pi by Yann Martel for World Book Night via this blog.

Life of Pi is the thrilling story of Pi, a young indian boy who survives a ship wreck, only to find himself stranded on a life boat with an injured zebra, an orangutang, a hyena and a hungry bengal tiger. What follows is a strange and maginficent tale of survival and an incredible relationship between a young boy and the tiger. I gave this to my boyfriend, who does not enjoy reading, while we were away from each other during the university summer break and he loved it. I think that says more than the fact that it won the Man Booker Prize.

Unfortunately, due to the risk of bankrupting myself in postage costs, I will only be able to send one of the eleven books internationally- this will be via surface mail. The other ten books I will send via second class post to winners in the UK. The books will be sent on a first come, first served basis to those who send their full name and postal address to bookandbiscuit@hotmail.co.uk .

Best of luck!

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7 thoughts on “World Book Night Giveaway

  1. kd

    I applaud what you’re doing. World Book Night is a fabulous initiative. I am blessed with a full bookshelf, so I won’t be applying for one of the free ones – but plan to get involved with it next year. Hope it all goes well tonight.

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  2. Lindy

    What a great giveaway! If I’m lucky enough to win one of the copies, in the spirit of World Book Night I would like to pass it on again after I’ve read it so more people can enjoy it!

    Lindy xxx

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