Allegiant by Veronica Roth – Giveaway!

Today’s the day guys!  ‘Allegiant’, the third and final book in the Divergent series by Veronica Roth, goes on sale! I am such a huge fan of the first two books, I can’t wait to read the third one! 

If you haven’t read Divergent or Insurgent, and are a fan of books like The Hunger Games and Maze Runner, then I’m pretty sure you would love the series
(It’s my personal favourite of them all!) It’s set in a futuristic, dystopian version of Chicago, where society is divided into five different ‘factions’ based on an individual’s pre-disposition for one of humanity’s key virtues: Abnegation (selflessness), Amity (kindness), Candor (honesty), Dauntless (bravery) and Erudite (intelligence). The story is centered around Tris Prior, who is ‘Divergent’ (suited to more than one faction), and her struggle to uncover the truth behind the unnatural society she has been born into.

If you’re also a fan of the series and fancy winning a copy of the new book, the lovely people over at Harper Collins are giving 20 of my readers the chance to do just that!

I have 20 hardcover copies of the book to give away… All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning one is:

1. Be a follower of my blog.
2. Write a comment telling me what you like about the Divergent series.
3. Don’t forget to include your email address or Twitter handle so that we can notify you if you win!

Good luck guys! If you don’t want to wait and take your chances of winning one of the free copies, Allegiant is in shops now, and for sale online here.

T’s & C’s: This giveaway is open for ONE WEEK (closes Midnight GMT Tuesday 29th October). It is open internationally. You can enter once per account, per day. If you are under 18 please ask permission of your parent or guardian before entering. The 20 winners will be chosen at random from the comment entries.

PS: If you’re into Tumblr, Harper Collins have made a cool theme that you can download here, and they’ve also release a trailer for the book if you fancy a gander…

This post is sponsored by HarperCollins. All opinions are my own.