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Volume Two Issue Four             May 2005                         Thought: Whaddya mean you haven't read Maximum Security yet ?
  

COMPETITION:
THREE CHERUB T-SHIRTS UP FOR GRABS!
Golly gumdrops! Four CHERUB agents are packing for a mission and they can't find their things:
For a chance to win one of three CHERUB T-shirts (see right), just tell us which items James, Lauren, Kyle and Bruce have lost.

To enter the draw, e-mail the correct answers to: quiz@cherubcampus.com

The winners will be selected on or after the closing date of 31/05/2005 and be notified by e-mail shortly afterwards.

For full terms and conditions click here.

TOP STORY:
MAXIMUM SECURITY IS HERE!
CHERUB: Maximum Security has hit UK bookstores and it's been getting rave reviews from new readers and long-term fans.

To celebrate the launch, Hodder have printed a promotional batch of CHERUB shirts. For a chance to own one, you'll have to enter this month's competition!

WHAT THE FANS ARE SAYING:

"I'd never heard of CHERUB until yesterday. I read Maximum Security in one sitting. Now I'm hooked and I've ordered the first two books!" Ben (age 11)

"The UNMISSABLE 3rd installment in the CHERUB Series, kicks more ass than your average navy shirt agent," Martyn (18)

"WARNING - This book contains missiles, guns, explosions, break-outs, crashes and car-chases. Buy Maximum Security and you will be begging for more," Laurence (13)

"It's the best CHERUB yet," Pippa (14)

"I loved it soooooooo much,' George (12)

 

 


AUTHOR'S MESSAGE:
SORRY TO ALL YOU AUSSIES AND
NEW ZEALANDERS!


Hi everyone !


First off, thanks to CHERUB forum member Black Knight for designing the very cool flaming CHERUB logo you can see above.

The forums now have a much easier to remember address: www.cherubforums.com so if you're aged 13 or over there's no excuse not to join!

I've had a ton of e-mails from readers who've enjoyed Maximum Security, but I've also had some moans from fans in Australia and New Zealand who have to wait until June.

Unfortunately, CHERUB books are printed in the UK and it takes a while for them to be shipped to the opposite side of the world.

I hope you all survive the wait!

Robert Muchamore.

P. S. If you've got any comments or questions on CHERUB books, CHERUB news or CHERUB campus, you can e-mail me at: mail@cherubcampus.com

If you're over thirteen, why not join the CHERUB forums: www.cherubforums.com