To celebrate the release of Andy Briggs’s Hero.com: Crisis Point and Villain.net: Power Surge, SciFiNow and Galactus are offering five lucky readers, website visitors and assorted forum dwellers the opportunity to win a set of these fabulous sci-fi novels.
To be in with a shot all you need to do is answer the simple question below.
Name the series’ supervillain?
a) Lord Eon
b) Lord Ned
c) Lord Zod
Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Andy Briggs competition’. Please be aware that any answers submitted through other means, including the comment function on this website, will be automatically disqualified.
Hero.com: Crisis Point and Villain.net: Power Surge are a fiendishly clever new concept of series and anti-series. Published simultaneously, the two books stand alone as satisfying reads but, thanks to their cunning plotting, also overlap to give added enjoyment to super observant readers who can spot the heroes and villains blasting into each other’s missions.
When a group of teenagers discover that they can download superpowers from the internet, their ordinary lives suddenly take an extraordinary turn!
In Hero.com: Crisis Point Lord Eon – the most terrible supervillain ever – has hatched a plan to tear apart time. Toby and his superhero friends should be able to stop him. But Pete has woken up from his coma a different person, Emily has been kidnapped, and Lorna has disappeared. In the titanic struggle that will follow, friendships will be tested and superpowers strained to the limit as time runs out for the world – literally!
Over in Villain.net: Power Surge, schoolboy supervillain Jake Hunter has taken his seat on the Council of Evil. Now he will live his dream and exact revenge on the cruel world. But the cruel world has other plans, and they come in the shape of the Hero Foundation. Jake’s not scared of the Hero Foundation. He even has a plan to turn it to the dark side. Until it gets a new member – Jake’s own sister. Is he really so villainous as to try to get her out of the way?
Hero.com or Villain.net? Which side are you on?
Be sure to head on over to http://www.whichsideareyouon.co.uk to gain more chances at winning some ace prizes
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