Friday, November 05, 2010

Giveaway! "Shadowheart" by Tad Williams

There are times when I really go back-and-forth on whether to part with a book-- and this is one of them. But I know I won't be able to get to "Shadowheart" in the near future. And I also know there are people who are dying to get their hands on this book. So it only seems fair to make sure this gets the prompt attention it deserves. :)

Courtesy of Penguin Books (DAW hardcover) I have a copy of Shadowheart by Tad Williams to offer for giveaway.

Thousands of years ago the gods fought and fell in the deeps beneath what is now Southmarch Castle, then were banished into eternal sleep. Now at least one of them is stirring again, dreaming of vengeance against humankind.
Southmarch haunts the dreams of men as well as gods. Royal twins Barrick and Briony Eddon, the heirs of Southmarch’s ruling family, are hurrying back home as well: Barrick now carries the heritage of the immortal Qar inside him, and Briony has a small army at her back and a fiery determination to recover her father’s throne and revenge herself on the usurpers.
The cruel and powerful southern ruler known as the Autarch of Xis wants the power of the gods for his own, a power he can only gain if he conquers Southmarch.
And nobody knows what the Qar want, only that the mysterious fairy - folk are prepared to die for it — or to kill every living thing in Southmarch Castle and in all the lands around.
It will come to an apocalyptic conclusion on Midsummer Night, when the spirits of the haunted past and the desperate struggles of the present come together in one great final battle. Many will die. Many more will be transformed out of all recognition, and the world will be forever changed.


Just add your information to the form below to enter (all information is guaranteed confidential and will be discarded once contest ends) and I will randomly pick one winner by Friday November, 26th. No multiple entries please-- all multiple entries will be discarded. Open everywhere.

Good luck!

**Contest Closed**

1 comment:

Mark Lawrence said...

I read Tad Williams back in the late 80's and I really liked him then. I should get back into his new stuff.