“A magnificent social satire” – Get a free copy of The Champion by Tim Binding

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 The Champion by Tim Binding has been described as “a brilliant small-town story of Britain’s recent past” and a “magnificent social satire” by The Times.

It “chronicles the vertiginous period from Thatcher to Blair – years all the more prescient for their similarity to the current boom and bust. The Champion is literary satire at its savage best.”

That’s the blurb anyway. What will you make of it? We’ve got a bunch of free copies to give away!


How to get a free copy of The Champion
All you have to do is sign up to the Dabbler Book Club here. It’s free and takes 30 seconds.

After that, you don’t have to do anything. All members will now be automatically entered into the ballot for one of our free review copies- – but you can opt out if you really don’t want that month’s choice and would rather another member got the chance.

We’ll be reviewing The Champion next month, and you can contribute your thoughts (though you’re not obliged to).


Coming soon – prize draws, signed copies, exclusive previews and more
Over the coming weeks we’ve got some great literary giveaways exclusively for the Dabbler Book Club, including signed copies of Sue Gee’s acclaimed short story collection Last Fling, and much more.

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