Win one of five bundles including a copy of our first Book of the Month, A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara, plus a limited-edition Booker Prize tote bag.
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To celebrate our March Book of the Month, A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara, we are giving you the chance to win a paperback copy of the novel and an exclusive, limited-edition Booker Prize tote bag. We have five bundles to give away.
A Little Life, Yanagihara’s second novel, is a deft depiction of heartbreak which becomes a dark examination of the tyranny of memory, the limits of human endurance and the power of friendship.
Featuring Jude, an enigmatic, brilliant and terrifyingly talented litigator who becomes an increasingly broken man, and his three close friends - Willem, JB and Malcolm - we follow them as they navigate adult life in New York City together. Over the decades, their relationships deepen and darken, tinged by addiction, success, and pride. Now a multi-million copy bestseller, A Little Life is a powerful portrait of brotherly love.
The Booker Prize tote bags are designed by Leanne Shapton, who is the first art editor for the New York Review of Books, an author and illustrator, as well as a judge for the Booker Prize in 2018.
To be in with a chance of winning one of these bundles, simply answer the question below and enter your details below by 12:00 GMT Monday, March 13, 2023. This competition is open to readers anywhere in the world.
This competition is a free draw, with only one entry allowed per person, and we reserve the right to disqualify any entries where we suspect one person has used a number of different email addresses. Use or attempted use of any automated or other non-manual entry methods is prohibited.
The draw is governed by our general rules for competitions, available here, but the following specifics also apply (and take precedence should there be any contradiction or ambiguity):
There will be 5 winners, selected at random from entries received before 12:00 GMT (UK time) on Monday 13 March 2023. Entries received after this time will not be eligible.
Each winner will receive a paperback copy of A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara (UK edition) and a limited-edition Booker Prize tote bag.
Entrants must be 18 or over, and we reserve the right to ask for proof of age at any point in the competition; prize-winners should be aware of the adult themes of the book, particularly if sharing it with other readers.
The competition is open to those resident in or outside the UK subject to the proviso that an entry is not eligible if it is from a resident in a country or jurisdiction where this free draw may breach any local law or regulation.
Winners will be notified by email no later than midday GMT (UK time) on Wednesday 15 March 2023, and must promptly provide a fully operative postal address for delivery of their prize. If we have not received this within 7 days of us notifying a winner, we will have no obligation to deliver the prize and at our sole discretion, we may select a further winner to receive the prize concerned or simply decide not to give it.
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