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Competition deadline:  31st March 2020

Do you think you’d make a good reviewer?

Liberties Press, in conjunction with their author Owen Dwyer, are running a competition for the best review of the first 3 chapters of Owen’s Book Number Games.

The competition is FREE to enter and has a first prize of €350. Second prize €100 and third €50.
Your review will also be published on the Writers.ie and Liberties website.

To enter, simply click HERE and follow the instructions.
Alternatively, you can forward your entry to sean@libertiespress.com

Terms and Conditions

By entering this competition, you agree to:

Abide by its rules and accept the judge’s decision as final
Restrict your entry to 200 words
Write your entry in English
Be 16 years of age or over
Only submit one entry
Allow us to take a photo of you receiving the cheque for our website/FB page

The result will be announced on 15th April and the prize presented at Feile Na Bealtaine in Dingle on the May Bank Holiday weekend.
The top ten entries will be published on the Liberties Press website.

About Number Games:

In a future dominated by the Chinese and run by women, a promiscuous young man finds out that his whole life has been part of a gigantic experiment. In a war-torn America, will he carry out the mission which may be his destiny?

Seattle, 2116. The world is divided into a network of vast corporations (Corpos), each controlled by a triumvirate of elderly Chinese. The masses are conditioned to extol the virtues of utilitarianism, with society dominated by the power of ‘the numbers’. Men, who have previously caused the collapse of society, must stay at home and raise children while women rule – with dispassionate ruthlessness. Enter Li, a ‘career boy’ tele-sales manager in Ireland-corpo. After years of sleeping around and getting high – and into trouble – his life takes an unexpected turn when he meets a mysterious young woman, Tattoo. Are his troubles behind him – or only beginning?

As with all the best science-fiction, Number Games gives hints of what our world might become. With echoes of Bladerunner, The Man in the High Castle and The Time Machine, this superbly crafted novel makes for a compelling – and sometimes chilling – read.

Number Games is published by Liberties Press. Order your copy online here.

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