Charlie Higson’s Double or Die
A lucky CBn member now has the chance to win a copy of the Double Or Die audiobook, the third Young James Bond novel from Charlie Higson which was released earlier this year in the UK.
‘With kidnap, violence, explosions, and murder, it was no ordinary weekend. But then, James Bond is no ordinary boy… In a North London cemetery, a professor is kidnapped at gunpoint. A suspicious letter crammed with cryptic clues arrives at Eton. To decipher the deadly mystery, James Bond must take a series of dangerous gambles. Once the code is cracked, he has just 48 hours to save the professor from the dark forces that threaten to destroy them both. And if the professor can’t escape, it’s not only his future under threat. It’s the rest of the world’s…’
This competition is open to all members of CBn. You must be a registered member of the CBn Forums and answer the following question correctly to be eligible to win. Not yet a member of CBn? Register here now–it is free and only takes a minute!
To enter, fill out the following questionnaire and send a Communiqué/Private Message on the CBn Forums to ‘CBn Competition’ (Subject: CBn Double Or Die) by Midnight EST on 10 September 2007 (simply click on the link in this paragraph).
1. True or False: Charlie Higson’s newest novel, Hurricane Gold, is due for release in October 2007 in the UK.
2. What is your CBn Forum Screen Name?
3. What country/state do you live in?
All those who answer correctly will be put into a drawing and the winner will be sent a Communique/Private Message via the CBn Forums to the Screen Name they provided to inform them of their winning. The winner must respond to this PM within three (3) days with the requested information (name, mailing address, etc) or another drawing will be held. The winner will be announced once shipping information has been received. The item will be shipped from the USA. In the event that a prize has been stolen or mishandled during shipment, CBn will not be able to replace the specific item–this has yet to be a problem.