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Sunday, July 24, 2011
Fantasy Book Critic is excited to host a giveaway of Catherine Fisher's complete Relic Master series. One lucky person will receive the complete series of books including The Dark City, The Lost Heiress, The Hidden Coronet and The Margrave.
Catherine Fisher is known for penning the New York Times bestselling duology, Incarceron and Sapphique.
About the Relic Series
Welcome to Anara, a world mysteriously crumbling to devastation, where nothing is what it seems: Ancient relics emit technologically advanced powers, members of the old Order are hunted by the governing Watch yet revered by the people, and the great energy that connects all seems to also be destroying all. The only hope for the world lies in Galen, a man of the old Order and a Keeper of relics, and his sixteen-year-old apprentice, Raffi. They know of a secret relic with great power that has been hidden for centuries. As they search for it, they will be tested beyond their limits. For there are monsters-some human, some not-that also want the relic's power and will stop at nothing to get it.
Rules for the Giveaway
- Open to US Residents Only
- Only One Entry Per Household (multiple entries will be deleted!)
- To be entered include your name, email address, mailing address in an email to email@example.com with the subject "Relic Master Series"
- Giveaway will end July 31, 2011 at 11:59 AM PST.
- Winner will be randomly selected and notified by email.
- Personal information will only be used for this contest only and not for any other contest or other purposes.
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