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[CLOSED] Giveaway: "Humans, Bow Down," by James Patterson

In partnership with The Lineup, we're giving away a survival prize pack — including Patterson's new sci-fi thriller.


The Portalist, in partnership with The Lineup, is giving away a copy of James Patterson’s new sci-fi thriller: Humans, Bow Down. But in a dystopian society, you’ll need more than just your wits. That’s why we’re also including a Stanley steel thermos and a Best Made utility tool—to help you survive whatever comes next.

Win a Survival Prize Pack!

One winner will be chosen at random to win a copy of Humans, Bow Down, by James Patterson; a Stanley stainless steel water bottle; and, a Best Made utility tool. All entries must be received by March 13, 2017. Prizes provided by Little, Brown and Co.

Enter here.

Humans, Bow Down, by James Patterson

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Six, a feisty, determined young woman whose family was killed with the first shots of the war, is a rebel with a cause. On the run for her life after an attempted massacre, Six is determined to save humanity before the robots finish what the Great War started and wipe humans off the face of the earth.

Stanley Stainless Steel Water Bottle

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Protect your water from the heat outside with the Classic Vacuum Water Bottle. Your drinks stay cold 8 hours or iced for 28. A true road warrior, this water bottle is car-cup compatible making it the perfect copilot through even the longest and hottest days. It’s leak proof and fully packable.

Best Made Utility Tool

best made utility tool humans bow down giveaway

The Utility Tool includes a knife sharpened in Solingen, fork, four hex wrenches, two square wrenches, flathead screwdriver, an awl with an eyelet for rudimentary stitching, a nail puller/wire stripper, bottle opener, 80 mm ruler, and - an uncommon addition - a fish scaler. With 14 tools in a single ounce, this is a last-resort multitool that won't be noticed until it is needed most.