Enter to win THE WASTELAND SAGA omnibus

Happy Friday, everyone! To kick off the weekend, we’re giving away five copies of THE WASTELAND SAGA by Nick Cole. This is a definite must-read for any post-apocalyptic fans!

Forty years after a devastating thermonuclear Armageddon, mankind has been reduced to salvaging the ruins of a broken world. In a style that’s part Hemingway and part Cormac McCarthy’s The RoadThe Wasteland Saga chronicles the struggle of the Old Man, his granddaughter, and a mysterious boy as they try to survive the savage lands of this new American Dark Age. Compiled for the first time in print, The Wasteland Saga comprises Nick Cole’s novels The Old Man and the WastelandThe Savage Boy, and The Road is a River.

Enter to win by leaving a comment below, or RT us on Twitter: @HarperVoyagerUS! The giveaway ends today at 6 p.m. EST. Good luck! The winners will be selected at random and contacted directly. This is open to US only.

49 thoughts on “Enter to win THE WASTELAND SAGA omnibus

    • Beth
      If you won I say, “good for you” :o )
      If you didn’t I’d say buy them, the money will be beyond well spent. I loved all three, have read them twice over the past year and know I’ll be reading them again. I read alot and am rather on the picky side when it comes to saying a book is one you don’t want to miss. You’ll be glad you did.
      Susan

    • Joslyn,
      If you didn’t win I’d encourage you to buy them. An amazing saga and destined to become known as one of the great ones. I’ve read them each twice and am about ready to read them again. Well worth the money.

    • Arzvi
      Of course it would be fabulous to win these but if you don’t I’d say they are well worth the money. A really great read.

    • Shawn
      You know how some movies are called “sleepers”? They don’t get the credit and hype they deserve. This saga is like that. I wish I owned an advertising agency to get the word out. When I come across a book that grabs me like this saga did I want everybody who reads to have the same experience. I loved it!

  1. I love PA worlds. The world is a blank canvas to be remade in world-building words of an author with the imagination and skill.

  2. Prior to reading the Wasteland Saga, the novel I considered to be THE epitome of Post Apocalyptic “drama” was The Road by Cormac McCarthy. With all respect to The Road, which is a literary masterpiece, the Wasteland Saga fits more within the niches of my brain allowing me to truly visualize a PA world. Now, a novel/author that can do that is pure genius! I could smell the air, squint at the burning sun, hunker down when the cutting wind blew and feel my heart race during the times of conflict and battle. For those reasons, although I dearly love The Road, I do indeed feel the Wasteland occupies the distinction of being THE front runner of the PA novels I’ve read. My comments are not designed to “win” an autographed copy of this saga, although I would be less than honest if I said I wouldn’t totally dig “winning”. I just loved each story and felt moved to speak on my impression of the novels and how they touched me personally.

    • Something just occurred to me. I’ll start out by sharing something about myself. I was either blessed or cursed with the ability to really see things from both sides. I truly can see both sides of just about every situation I’ve encountered, even if the end result “goes against me” personally. Not to sound morose but what will be engraved on my tombstone is simply, “She was Fair”. So the point of this bit of “sharing”? I’ve read all three books, bought them to read on my Kindle. As cool as it would be to win an autographed copy I would rather someone who has NOT read the saga win. It’s not about any thing noble or altruistic, it goes back to that “fair” thing. I don’t have any control over it, it’s just that blessing/curse thing. With that said, whoever wins……..you’re going to have a ball reading these books.

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