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Subscribers' Offer - Entangled by Graham Hancock

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I'm pleased to announce a very special offer for all UK-based BGO subscribers.

 

Graham Hancock has written extensively on the subjects of ancient myths, mysteries and lost cultures. Most famously in recent times his book Fingerprints of the Gods was cited by Roland Emmerich as providing the inspiration for his blockbuster film, 2012.

 

Hancock's theories about a 'mother culture' connecting ancient civilisations have cast a compelling spell over popular imagination as well as courting considerable controversy. Now he has written his first novel, Entangled.

 

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Time is not what it seems…

 

Set in a parallel dimension of the twenty-first century and the Stone Age, Entangled is an epic story of good versus evil written with the same page turning appeal that has made Hancock’s non-fiction so popular.

Graham Hancock’s books have sold over 5 million copies worldwide and have been translated into 27 languages. His public lectures and broadcasts, including two major TV series for Channel 4 - Quest for the Lost Civilisation and Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age - have further established his reputation as an unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about humanity’s past.

 

I am very pleased to be able to offer three copies of Entangled to the first three subscribers to request them on this thread, but that's not all.

 

Those people will also be able to ask Graham questions about his novel and ideas. He will then reply on BGO.

 

The conditions of the offer are that you read the novel and post a review within four weeks of today. You can then also submit your questions to Graham.

 

This is a very exciting offer - not only giving you a hardback edition of a much-anticipated book, but also the chance to question a most interesting and controversial thinker.

 

Stake your claim below and then PM me with your details.

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I'll take one too if still available. The only reason I've hung back is that I'mm a little congested reading-wise ar present - Wolf Hall and all that!

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