Book giveaway: Numb by Sean Ferrell

Okay, time for something a little different on the blog: I have a spare (unread!) copy of Sean Ferrell’s novel Numb (reveiwed here), which I’d like to give away. To enter, just leave a comment below (NB. there’s no need to include contact information in the comment itself). I’ll accept entries until 23.59 (BST) on Saturday 23rd October, after which I will select a winner at random.

The giveaway is open to anyone worldwide; but only one entry is allowed per person. Good luck!


  1. From the cover it looks like it should be a comic book

  2. You bet I want a copy of Sean’s book! Don’t let the cover fool you, Nicola. It’s an intriguing premise.

  3. It’s much more than just Numb’s premise that’s intriguing. The characters, the plot arcs, Sean Ferrell’s peculiar wardrobe choices, they’re all intriguing.

    Thanks for offering up this book, David!

  4. Would love a copy of this! Everything about it is intriguing.

  5. I’ve heard nothing but overwhelming love for this book. So excited to read it!

  6. Great idea of giving away an extra copy. Would really enjoy winning.

    Thanks David

  7. I’ve followed news abt NUMB on Janet Reid’s blog–intrigued at the concept.

  8. Would LOVE to read this. Please? Thanks.

  9. I’m in. Been wanting this book… I’m too lazy to go buy it. or even order it. Please?

  10. The last novel I read left me numb (with boredom). Sean Ferrell, please redeem new fiction. Do not live up to your title’s name.

  11. Book giveaway! Love books! Just bought two new bookcases and have an entire empty shelf on one, so definitely need this book.

  12. Yes, I want a copy. It’s the pants. I want the story on the pants.

  13. Put my name in the hat. I feel lucky tonight.

  14. Here is my entry!

  15. Count me in please! x

  16. David Hebblethwaite

    4th November 2010 at 1:18 am

    And the winner is… Nate Wilson. Congratulations, and I hope you enjoy the book!

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