Item 13: a year’s supply of Tor Books, delivered directly to your home

Lucky number 13? In this auction, it definitely is!

The highest bidder will receive a year’s worth of Tor books, delivered straight to their door, month by month.

You know you want this one.

We want this one.

All you have to do is bid…

Minimum Bid: £60.00

- donated by Tor UK.

The books donated are as follows (to the end of the year, Jan-Mar 2012 not in the list yet!)

April

- Among Thieves by Douglas Hulick (PB)

- The Evolutionary Void by Peter F Hamilton (PB)

- Sea of Ghosts by Alan Campbell (HB)

May

- The Ritual by Adam Nevill (PB)

- Embassytown by China Miéville (HB)

- By Schism Rent Asunder by David Weber (PB)

- By Heresies Distressed by David Weber (PB)

- Off Armageddon Reef by David Weber (PB)

- A Mighty Fortress by David Weber (PB)

June

- City of Ruin by Mark Charan Newton (PB)

- Book of Transformations by Mark Charan Newton (HB)

- Out of the Dark by David Weber (PB)

July

- Hyddenworld: Summer by William Horwood (HB)

- Heaven’s Shadow by David Goyer and Michael Cassutt (HB)

- Final Days by Gary Gibson (HB)

- Empire of Light by Gary Gibson (PB)

August

- The Departure by Neal Asher (HB)

- Stands a Shadow by Col Buchanan (HB)

September

- Manhattan in Reverse by Peter F Hamilton (HB)

- Somewhere I Have Never Travelled by Alden Bell (HB)

- The Reapers Are the Angels by Alden Bell (PB)

November

- The Nemesis List by R J Frith (PB)

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Set up by a group of genre fans & professionals, our aim is to raise money for the BRC's Japan Tsunami appeal by auctioning special items donated by the SFF field.
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20 Responses to Item 13: a year’s supply of Tor Books, delivered directly to your home

  1. Open for bidding: please place your bids here!

  2. KJ Mulder says:

    I’ll start things off at £60.00.

  3. James Marshall says:

    I’ll raise that to £65

  4. Clare Brennan says:

    £80

  5. James Marshall says:

    £90

  6. James Marshall says:

    hmph, £95

  7. arkon says:

    £100

  8. Clare Brennan says:

    £150

  9. Paul says:

    £160

  10. DAVID COLEY says:

    £180

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  12. DAVID COLEY says:

    £201

  13. Paul says:

    £202

  14. DAVID COLEY says:

    203

  15. DAVID COLEY says:

    205? or is time up

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