GIVEAWAY: Paul Of Dune

It’s time for another contest! This time we have 1 copy of the new Brian Herbert/Kevin J. Anderson book, Paul of Dune. The story covers the time between Dune and Dune Messiah and explains how Paul actually became the ‘Messiah’.

If you’d like to win the book, here are the rules:

1. Send an email to ‘contest (at) sfsignal (dot) com’.

2. In the subject line enter ‘Dune’.

3. One entry per person, U.S. and Canada residents only.

4. The contest will end next Thursday, with a winner selected on Friday.

Good luck!

UPDATE: Our winner for the book is Walter Schirmacher from Sterling Heights. Congrats Walter, and keep an eye out for another contest coming very soon!

10 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY: Paul Of Dune”

  1. Only one copy? Maybe you should contact the publisher, ’cause pretty soon TOR/Macmillan will be giving this one away, too! (Have you noticed how it’s dropping on the bestseller lists?)

    Actually, Dune covers how Paul “actually became the Messiah”.

    U.S. and Canada residents only?!

    Oh…too bad I live in Japan.

  2. Well, I did read somewhere that they kicked their prose into hi-gear with this one….but really, ten times, shame on me, eleventh time, shame on Tor.  If I wanted this I would wait for six or seven months and pick it up at Door-Stops-R-Us for a buck. 

    Though it is a darn shame that I will never know what happens in the “real” sequel to Dune.  Heh.  Right.

  3. Hey, I stepped away for a moment then thought of this:  What if you threw away the PuD dust-jacket, then put one for another book on it?  They you might get some interest, and you could give it away.  Unfortunatley you would lose a reader when they actually get that piece of trash, but hey, it would be out of your house and no longer stinking up the place.  Just tryin’ to help, man! 

  4. A better giveaway would be Paul of Dune and $20.  You don’t expect someone to haul your garbage away for free, do you?

  5. (Please don’t misunderstand. It’s not that we’re bad people or think you’re bad for wanting to give this away—we who have seen the book completely understand that desire! It’s just that this is a very, very BAD book and really should be saved and given to someone you truly hate.)

  6. Nobody at the office wanted that one copy you received huh?  Can’t blame them.  This book ain’t too good.

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