Night Angel Trilogy Omnibus Giveaway!

In honor of the impending release of The Night Angel Trilogy Omnibus edition, we’ve got several fun things planned for this week. First, today, we’re giving away 5 copies of the Omnibus through Goodreads. You can enter HERE.

And 5 will be given away via social media. To enter on Twitter, tweet: “The Night Angel Trilogy Omnibus by @brentweeks is out now. RT for a chance to get it free.”

If you prefer Facebook, and don’t mind seeing non-book-related posts half the time, you can subscribe to to me on Facebook HERE. Current FB friends, I’ll give you a chance to enter by “liking” a post that I’ll put up.

And if you prefer your media Google-flavored, add me to a Circle HERE, and I’ll enter you automatically. (The Google+ content is usually identical to the Facebook content.)

(New poll at right!)

15 thoughts on “Night Angel Trilogy Omnibus Giveaway!

  1. Cara says:

    I’ll be sure to RT it on twitter, even though I can’t enter the giveaway

    …sometimes it really sux to live in a country that so very rarely is included in these events

    1. Brent Weeks says:

      I’ll ship internationally. 🙂 Though the omnibus is only coming out in North America, I try to keep my fans in other places in mind–even if it costs me a bit more on shipping! (Gotta write shorter books, it’s expensive to send these bricks around!)

      1. Cara says:

        You, sir, are a very generous man! I did RT it, but now I almost wish I don’t win as I’d feel bad for you having to pay the shipping cost yourself.

        I checked on Amazon. The paperback Omnibus is available for everyone and the shipping cost won’t kill us far-awayers(I know this isn’t a word, but it ought to be, right? :p).

        I know what I’m going to use some of my refund tax money on 🙂

  2. Thomas says:

    I clicked the Amazon link, and while the picture is for the Omnibus edition, the description and title remain normal. So is it safe to purchase? Or will I get the normal books?

    1. brent says:

      The title is kind of confusing — but this link is for the omnibus edition. (If you look at the description, you’ll see that it says, “The omnibus edition of New York Times bestselling author Brent Weeks’ blockbuster NIGHT ANGEL TRILOGY.”)

  3. Danielle Huse says:

    I hope I can win this-I read all three of the Night Angel books to my husband, and The Black Prism as well. Then he decided to read them and they are the stars of “his” bookshelf.

  4. Anthony Pinkston says:

    Oooh man! Talk about a real treat readin’ about this little gem. I’ll surely be spreadin’ the word.

  5. Fuu says:

    Oh thank god! I was very sad (understatement) when I saw your tweet about RTing and I DON’T TWEET. But now that there are other options, I am a very happy fan 😀 Hoping to finally win something I really want……………………..

  6. Ki Petty says:

    Will this have a hardcover edition at some point? I love hardcover books and I only realized recently that the trilogy was available in hardcover from, and I would rather get the omnibus if I was going to re-purchase the series.

    1. Brent Weeks says:

      There are no plans for a hardcover edition at this point (other than the SFBC version, of course). I pushed a bit for this omnibus to be hardcover rather than trade paperback, but I lost that one. It’s not my call. The SFBC version doesn’t have the extras, though. I know, hard choices!

  7. Chrono says:

    I was about to try and win this, but I got a package today and it contained the Omnibus >:). I guess I must of forgot that I ordered it a month or two ago. Anyways good luck peeps.

  8. Kevin Grønberg Poulsen says:

    Denmark can’t enter goodreads comp why is that a big fan

  9. Endless says:

    Anyone know who or what the 2 cut chapters are about? I know the one has to do with Feir, but who’s in the other?

    1. brent says:

      Both are about Feir in the Wood in Beyond the Shadows.

  10. Naadir says:

    Im from malaysia, can i get it? im in love with this trilogy. Bought a set of it in Australia, lost it, and bought a new set in New Zealand. Night Angel Trilogy’s awesome!

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