You can say you’re sorry.
You can say it a hundred times.
But to the dead it doesn’t mean very much.
Bestselling author Zoran Drvenkar has written one of the most original and spine-chilling books that you will ever read.
To give you a taster of just how terrifying it is, watch the trailer below – but be warned, it’s not for the faint-hearted!
For your chance to win a review copy of this bestselling thriller, out in paperback on the 27th September, simply tell us what you’d most like to say sorry for…before it’s too late.
To enter, send us a message on KillerReads.com or the Killer Reads Facebook page or Tweet us @killerreads with the calling #Sorry and your apology. The 10 entries deemed the most persuasive will win. Competition closes Monday 24th September.
Q & A with Zoran Drvenkar, author of SORRY:
The new thriller that ‘surprises, shocks and thrills from start to finish’
What did you want to be at 5, 13 and 20 years of age?
I was mainly struggling with trying to be myself, so I really didn’t think much about being someone else. I started reading at 5 and that’s when the world opened for me. When I was 13, I wrote my first poem. Kitsch met hormones whilst connecting frontally with drama. I loved it and I felt like a genius, almost untouchable. Soon I turned to horror stories and left poems that rhymed behind as soon as I opened my first Bukowski. Other kids open beer bottles, cigarette packs, dirty magazines, I was addicted to books from day one and Bukowski was a nice step in the right direction. From 15 until 22, I was copying everything I read, learning the trade from writers by mimicking them and slowly, very slowly finding my own voice. My head was a melting pot, all the stories I have read were tumbling around in there and something new surfaced on paper.
What prompted you to write your first novel?
There were so many books and ideas and plot twists planted in my brain, that I had to do something – rob a bank, start a cooking class, climb a mountain. I never finished school and hated the time it stole from me as much as I hated the thought to be interested in things you cannot be interested in when you are 12 – like chemistry and mathematics and why a curve does this and that and why worms have their heads next to their asses. After reading every book that came close to me I turned very fast onto the road of writing. I was allowed to think and write and express what I wanted, without limits, without rules. I could bleed out my heart or I could be cruel as hell. It was possible. You can’t say no to that.
3 sets of a hardback of Sorry plus an exclusive Sorry mug, ahead of publication in March!
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