Closed! Tuesday’s Comp of the Day: Win a big book bundle and survival pack with BIG GAME

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To celebrate the release of the striking action adventure book ‘BIG GAME’, based on the major new film starring Samuel L Jackson, we’re giving you the chance to win a great bundle of books AND a survival pack including a torch, binoculars, wallet and a compass!

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Sent into the cold wilderness on an ancient test of manhood 13 year old Oskari is at the beginning of his adventure. He must survive armed only with a bow and arrow and prove himself a true hunter to his village, but most importantly his dad. However things don’t quite go to plan when he stumbles upon an escape pod from a burning airliner: Air Force One. Terrorists have shot down the President of the United States and Oskari must use his skills and knowledge to keep the President safe. The boy hunter and the world’s most powerful man are suddenly the hunted, in a race against a deadly enemy.

Written from the viewpoint of 13-year-old hunter, Oskari, the book takes the reader on a wild story of adventure and excitement.

Get ahead of the game and discover Oskari’s adventures before the cinematic release with the newly available ‘BIG GAME’ book available to buy from here

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic bundle of Chicken House titles which includes ‘BIG GAME’ plus a survival pack, you have to light a fire with just a matchstick in the rain. Only joking, follow the instructions in the tweet below.

Terms and conditions
No alternative prize available
Winners must reside in the United Kingdom
Closing date 12/5 9pm.

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