We were recently given the exclusive reveal of the gorgeous cover to She Who Waits, the latest novel in Daniel Polansky’s brilliant Low Town series.
She Who Waits might not be released until the 31st October 2013 but we’ve teamed up with Low Town publisher Hodder & Stoughton to give you the chance to win an amazing uncorrected proof copy of She Who Waits.
All you have to do to enter is:
Be following us on Twitter and tweet us at @JForJetpack with your answer to this question:
What’s the name of the protagonist in the Low Town series?
That’s it! Just tweet us the name of the main character in the Low Town series and as long as you’re following us you’ll be in with a chance of winning this great prize.
I doubt you need any more convincing to check out this incredible book and series but in case you do, here the’s She Who Waits blurb:
Low Town: the worst ghetto in the worst city in the Thirteen Lands.
Good only for depravity and death. And Warden, long ago a respected agent in the formidable Black House, is now the most depraved Low Town denizen of them all.
As a younger man, Warden carried out more than his fair share of terrible deeds, and never as many as when he worked for the Black House. But Warden’s growing older, and the vultures are circling. Low Town is changing, faster than even he can control, and Warden knows that if he doesn’t get out soon, he may never get out at all.
But Warden must finally reckon with his terrible past if he can ever hope to escape it. A hospital full of lunatics, a conspiracy against the corrupt new king and a ghetto full of thieves and murderers stand between him and his slim hope for the future. And behind them all waits the one person whose betrayal Warden never expected. The one person who left him, broken and bitter, to become the man he is today.
The one woman he ever loved.
She who waits behind all things.
Trust me, this book is truly incredible.
You’ve got until next Wednesday (04 September) to get your tweet in to us. Alternatively you can email us at Paul@JForJetpack.com with your answer in the subject bar.
All entries will be thrown in to the metaphorical hat and winner picked at random.