Wednesday, 29 August 2007

Transforming Scribes

Dorling Kindersley (DK) and myself are offering one lucky reader a chance to win a copy of the terrific Transformers: The Movie Guide book, which sports an eye-catching lenticular hologram morphing from Autobot insignia to Optimus Prime.



This hardback book is a backstage pass to the "Transformers" movie. Get under the metal and discover more about the Robots in Disguise in this spectacular guide to the earth-stopping film.

Packed with incredible images, this book enables you to check out transport and locations from the Transformers universe and come face-to-mask with all your favourite characters from Optimus Prime to Megatron. Plus, get a fascinating insight into all the bots and take a serious look at their unstoppable powers (but keep your distance!).

To enter for a chance of winning this prize, please leave a comment. Good luck. Special thanks to DK for supplying the competition prize.

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Since 1974, Dorling Kindersley has published an extensive range of internationally acclaimed titles in 51 languages for adults and children. As the UK's market leader in illustrated non-fiction, we pride ourselves on creating books that combine comprehensive information and superb design.

Over the years, as the world's leading family illustrated publisher, we have inspired and informed readers who find DK books to be educational, distinctive and of consistently high quality. We value this reputation and will continue to create reference titles that are, without question, exceptional.

2 comments:

  1. Hey John, just noticed that no one had commented on your blog entry! Somewhat gutted that I haven't managed to get to see transformers yet. Its been a blockbuster summer which has seen me get to Simpsons, Harry Potter & Bourne in a few weeks and now I find Transformers is not on the schedule anymore. Looks like will be waiting for the shiny dvd...

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  2. What! Not Blu-Ray? Transformers was better than I'd expected! However, The Bourne Ultimatum is this year's blockbuster movie winner; effortlessly surpassing the lacklustre Die Hard 4.0 and avoids inherent trilogy fatigue!

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