Win 10 books and £150 of designer eyecare

PUBLISHED: 12:23 26 January 2011

Book Club Comp

Book Club Comp


DO YOU enjoy a good book? If so then this competition is for you.

How to win

For your chance to win send your answer to the question below, with your name, address and telephone number to Book Club Competition, c/o Maxine Leckerman, Recorder Newspapers, Media House, 539 High Road, Ilford, Essex IG1 1UD. Closing date is Thursday, February 10.

Which of the following is an anchor presenter on the TV Book Club?

a) Leila Rouass

b) Myleene Klass

c) Kelly Brook

Terms and conditions:

Specsavers TV Book Club books and eyecare voucher will be distributed by Beattie Communications and its partner agencies, on behalf of Specsavers

Terms of the eyecare voucher are set out on the eyecare voucher itself and must be adhered to

This prize is non-transferable, cannot be exchanged and no cash alternative will be offered

The TV Book Club is back on our screens and Anchor hosts Dave Spikey, Jo Brand and Leila Rouass have returned alongside Ade Edmondson and Meera Syall to help you pick the best books to read this winter.

During the 10-part series Dave, Jo, Leila, Ade and Meera will be joined by celebrity guests to review 10 titles, chosen by a team of TV Book Club experts, with viewers invited to read along.

To celebrate the new show, Specsavers, which has funded the series, is giving away a set of books to Recorder readers, plus £150 of designer eyecare, including an eye examination, so readers can enjoy their books wearing the latest fashion frames.

The lucky winner can will be reading all 10 books in the series: Room, by Emma Donoghue; The Long Song, by Andrea Levy; Junior Officers’ Reading Club, by Patrick Hennessey; Tiger Hills, by Sarita Mandanna; The News Where You Are, by Catherin O’Flynn; Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot; Bleed for Me, by Michael Robotham; Even the Dogs, by Jon McGregor; The Last Duchess, by Daisy Goodwin, and Spies of the Balkans, by Alan Furst.

Book Club Comp

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