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On the Seventh Day of Christmas…

December 19, 2013

Human DivisionToday I’m giving away my ARC of The Human Division by John Scalzi!  This novel was initially published as a digital and audio serial from January to April this year.  When the serial had run its course the complete collection was published in a traditional hardcover book in May.
The Human Division is the fifth book in the Old Man’s War series.  The Colonial Union’s secrets have been exposed and Earth now knows about all the dangers the universe has to threaten her with.  Many of the alien races have formed a union against the CU and have invited the people of Earth to join them.

Enter to win by leaving a comment below.  Would you have joined the CU?  Would you take the opportunity for a new body and a new life at 75 in exchange for military service and a one-way ticket off Earth?
The giveaway will run until Christmas Eve.
The other active giveaways are:
Wednesdays in the Tower – finishes tomorrow
House of Many Ways – ends December 21
Soulless manga – ends December 22
Chimes at Midnight – ends December 23


6 Comments leave one →
  1. Evan permalink
    December 19, 2013 10:24 am

    As Sanderson would say it, “Curse you, John Scalzi!”

  2. Lingeorge permalink
    December 19, 2013 7:36 pm

    The older I get, the better it sounds to me. So, sure, I would sign up.

  3. December 20, 2013 9:23 am

    Heck yeah I’d take the opportunity! Of course, the whole green skin thing would take some getting used to. The Old Man Universe has been good fun so far. Thanks for doing this giveaway!


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