Win a Sony Reader
Tuesday 19 May 2009
To celebrate Sony’s sponsorship of the Hay Festival 2009, readers of
The Independent have the chance to win a Reader from Sony. The Reader is an electronic reading device described as "a new way to read books," which can store up to 160 eBooks under one cover and is smaller than a hardback.
One winner will be awarded the Reader from Sony. To win answer this question:
Who won the Booker Prize for Fiction in 2008?
To enter the competition, please send your answer, full name and contact information (including phone number and mailing address) to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Winners will be contacted directly and the Reader from Sony will be provided by Sony via Special Delivery) to each recipient.
Closing date is 7 June 2009.
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