CLOSED: WIN! A Heist Haul Worth Over £170!

19th February 2019

THIS COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED.

Some people rob banks because they’re greedy. Others enjoy the adrenalin rush. Me? I robbed a bank because of guilt. Specifically: guilt and a Nepalese scented candle…

When fifteen-year-old Dylan burns down the house of the girl he’s trying to impress he thinks only a big gesture can make it up to her – a gesture like robbing a bank. An unwanted Saturday job, a prying older sister and his unfinished history coursework are all that lie between Dylan and the heist of the century… Really, what’s the worst that could happen?

We’ve got one amazing heist haul available to WIN, containing the fruits of our own heist so you don’t need to rob a bank yourself. A Fire 7 tablet, a Sony compact portable wireless speaker with extra bass, a Soul Curl Wave ABS caster board, an ‘evidence bag’ zipper pouch and a copy of Tom Mitchell’s hilarious debut, How to Rob a Bank.

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