November Book Giveaway


We’ve got such a treat for you this month! Remember how we published a feature story on The Folio Society earlier this year? We even featured a couple of their illustrators and went behind the scenes to show you what it took to put together the beautiful imagery behind Margery Allingham’s Tiger in the Smoke and Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Then we finished off the series with a spotlight on The Folio Prize (a highly anticipated literary award, the first of which went to George Saunders for his work on Tenth of December). Remember all that? Well! The Folio Society was incredibly generous to The UBR, and as a thanks for featuring them they sent us THREE of their beautiful books for a giveaway to you, our loyal readers! So we thought we’d announce this special giveaway right before the holidays in case you want to try winning a very special book for that very special someone.

Here’s how this month’s giveaway works

Fill out and submit the giveaway form just like you normally would. At the end of the month, we’ll pick three winners. The first winner will win a copy of Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Seas. The second winner we randomly pick will win a copy of Finnegan’s Wake by James Joyce. And the third and final winner will get an edition of Forsyth’s The Day of the Jackel. This month’s giveaway is valued at US$340.00.

Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Seas by Jules VerneFinnegan's Wake by James JoyceThe Day of the Jackel by Frederick Forsyth

Enter to Win

Disclaimer: The November  2014 Book Giveaway lasts from November 1-30, 2014. There are three books available for the giveaway. The winners will be selected at random at the end of the giveaway period. If you win, we’ll send your book to the mailing address you specify in your entry form.

Participating in the giveaway is completely free and we won’t use your contact details for any reason other than to send you your book. Winners are not announced on the site, so you don’t have to worry about people finding out about how lucky you are. Giveaways are open to anyone in any country. The Uncustomary Book Review isn’t responsible for books getting lost in transit or books sent to undeliverable addresses. One entry per person please.

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