Saturday, March 07, 2009

Giveaway! Truancy Origins by Isamu Fukui

I just got this one from TOR books and I think it's guaranteed to be a good one. Truancy Origins Product Description Fifteen years ago, the Mayor of the Education City was presented with an unwelcome surprise by his superiors: twin six-month-old boys. As the Mayor reluctantly accepted the two babies, he had no way of knowing that they would change the city forever…. Raised in the comfort of the Mayoral mansion, Umasi and Zen are as different as two brothers can be. Umasi is a good student; Zen an indifferent one. They love their adoptive father, but in a city where education is absolute, even he cannot keep them sheltered from the harsh realities of the school system. But when they discover that their father is responsible for their suffering, affection turns to bitterness. Umasi and Zen are thrust onto two diverging paths. One will try to destroy the City. The other will try to stop him. The rules are the same as always. Either leave a comment here or email me at sqt1969(at)gmail(dot)com under the header "Origins" to enter and I will randomly pick a winner by Sunday March 22nd. Make sure I can reach you easily. If I cannot reach a winner within 48 hours I will pass the book onto another entrant. Multiple entries will be disqualified. Open Everywhere. Good luck!

14 comments:

Brooke Reviews said...

Please enter me! :) bacarleton at gmail dot com

Jen said...

Please enter me in the contest! jennabee13(at)yahoo(dot)com.

Charles Gramlich said...

Sounds a little bit like a Kane and Abel story.

S.M.D. said...

Oh oh oh. *raises hand* I want in :). You always have cool giveaways.

windycindy said...

I love the cover of this book!
I would appreciate being entered in your delightful book giveaway prize drawing. I appreciate it very much.
Thanks! Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

okibi-insanity said...

Awesome book giveaways as always. So definitely count me in! Thanks.

Sue
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Best Fantasy and Science Fiction said...

Count me in as always!

daydream said...

I was wondering what that boy was doing. I want me to be the one luck chooses.

Dawn M. said...

I remember hearing about this one. Sounds like a great read. Count me in!

Thanks! :0)

Silent Raven said...

Your giveaways are great! Please count me in!

furiousBall said...

sweet - i'm in!

Alexander Field said...

I would love to check out the book, thanks! - alex

Mishel said...

Count me in too please (=

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Anita Yancey said...

Sounds like a great book. Please enter me.
ayancey(at)dishmail(dot)net