As you may know, to celebrate the paperback release of the final instalment in the fantastic SANCTUS trilogy we built a towering tower, using numerous copies of The Tower.
Five days and sixty-five guesses later, we can reveal that the number of books used to construct our tower was… 35!
Thank you so much to everyone who entered the competition. We had a fantastic response, but unfortunately we can only have 3 winners. We’re very pleased to announce that those winners are:
We’ll email you shortly to arrange to send out your signed hardback copy of The Tower AND a paperback copy.
Congratulations from the Killer Reads team!
If you weren’t lucky enough to win, don’t forget The Tower is available to buy in paperback right now! And if you haven’t discovered the Sanctus trilogy yet,start reading for free!
So THE TOWER published in paperback today. A bittersweet moment, because it’s the final book in the fantastically amazing SANCTUS trilogy. It’s been such an exciting journey publishing Simon’s first series. We hope you’ve all enjoyed the ride, and thanks so much to the loyal fans who have supported Simon every step of the way (you know who you are!).
But for every end there is a new beginning. And we are absolutely thrilled to share with our Killer Readers the news that Simon has signed a brand new deal with HarperCollins. FOR FIVE BOOKS! The new series will centre around the mysterious character of Solomon Creed – a man with no memory of his identity or past life, who embarks on a journey to discover who he is and search for redemption over the course of five thrillers.
The first book will be released in 2015 – by which time we suspect the question on everyone’s lips will be… ‘WHO IS SOLOMON CREED?’
“These people have plotted and schemed, lived and died, loved and lost, and suddenly they have gone, out into the wide world, leaving me alone with a silence I’ve not experienced since I began writing my thriller trilogy…”
As The Tower is released, Simon Toyne says goodbye to his much loved characters.
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