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The Hawk And His Boy Giveaway!

It's a Thursday, and you know what that means. It's giveaway day!


Yesterday, we had the oh so cool C.H. Bunn as our Author of the Week. And like I mentioned, he's willing to giveaway a couple of Kindle copies of his novel. See info below:


The Hawk And His Boy is the first book of the Tormay trilogy. It begins with a young thief named Jute. There's nothing particularly special about him, other than a knack for being quiet and having quick hands. One night, his master in the Thieves Guild instructs him to break into a wizard's house and steal an old wooden box. They have a client for the job who is eager to pay a great deal of gold for the box. It should've been an easy job. Climb down the chimney, find the box, and get out fast. His master tells him, on pain of death, do not open the box. Of course, being a boy, Jute opens the box and sets off a chain of events that soon has him on the run from the wizard, the entire Thieves Guild, and their client, who happens to be the Lord of Darkness himself. On his odyssey of escape, Jute is aided by an odd assortment of friends, including a guilt-ridden assassin, an overly-talkative ghost, and a hawk who just might be able to teach him how to fly. But the Darkness will do anything to find Jute, even if it means plunging the whole land of Tormay into war.

I wouldn't pass up this chance, dear reader. A book is a book, is a book. Now, to enter, in the comments section, give me your:


1. Name


2. Email


The winner will be announced next week, February 3, 2011.


Enter now and don't pass up this chance!

8 comments:

  1. thanks for this giveaway Kate! c",)

    aobibliophile
    aobibliophile(at)boxbe(dot)com

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  2. I'm reading this book right now and I can definitly recommend it!!! It's great!!!

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  3. I think Thursday is my new fave day of the week lol.

    Donna/BLHmistress

    vampiremistress2010(at)gmail(dot)com

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  4. Hi! would love to read this book

    bookishkrizia
    Krizia Lazaro
    krizia_lazaro@yahoo.com

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  5. OOH... Looks like a book that's in my liking =)

    Name: Jannette Fuller

    email: jfuller3@liberty.edu

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  6. Thanks for the competition!
    Roane Swindon
    roane.swindon@gmail.com

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  7. I don't know if I am too late, but

    Lisa Faber
    ke7yca at gmail dot com

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