Win! Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – 200th anniversary giveaway

If you saw last week’s review of Restless Books’ shiny new edition of Mary Shelley’s much-loved novel Frankenstein, you are no doubt desperate to get your hands on a copy. Well, I have good news for you my friends – Restless Books have given E&T three copies of the book to giveaway to lucky readers of E&T.

To be in with a chance of winning, just comment on this post by next Friday (1st July) at midday. Winners will be selected at random and notified via email once the giveaway has closed.

Good luck!

Restless Books, June 2016, 294pp, ISBN 978-163206078-5, $19.99, Paperback
Terms and conditions
This giveaway is open to UK entrants only and runs until 01/07/2016 at midday. There are  three books available. There is no cash alternative and the prize is not transferable. Employees of the IET and their families may not enter.
A winner will be picked at random and contacted via email. If they do not respond within 3 days, another winner will be picked. Entrants’ details will be used only in connection with this competition and not retained or passed to any third parties.
E&T, as the promoter, reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.

84 thoughts on “Win! Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – 200th anniversary giveaway

  1. I have a batwing T-shirt with the following Frankenstein quotation: “My heart was fashioned susceptible of love and sympathy and when wrenched by misery to vice and hatred, it did not endure the violence of the change without torture such as you cannot even imagine.” Still relevant.

  2. One of my son’s favourite books, if I am lucky enough to win this will be part of his graduation gift

  3. would love to read this – it has always been on my reading list but never got round to buying a copy

  4. Wonder how many people have ever read the book as opposed to just seen various films and have no real idea of the themes

  5. Would love to win this! Studied the book at university and did a whole essay on it, but never owned a copy myself. Great book.

  6. I’ve been wanting to read this since a teenager over 50 years ago but somehow never got round to it. So many good books to read and never enough hours in the day to read as much as I would like to. I would love to win a copy 🙂

  7. Thanks for taking the time to host a giveaway. I’ve never read Frankenstein before the cover image is stunning.

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