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#TFgiveaway VENICE – WIN one of 5 copies of “The Four Horsemen”

10th September 2017

Author Gregory Dowling recently shared his thoughts about Venice and the difficulties the city faces as a hugely popular tourist destination. He titled his piece “Venice, not only Disneyland” and there was a fabulous response from readers to his thoughts.

We are now absolutely delighted to offer you the chance of winning one of 5 copies of his new historical novel “The Four Horsemen” set in 1700s Venice, with massive thanks to the publishers Polygon Books for providing the copies!

All you need to do is leave a comment below, sharing your thoughts on VENICE to be in with a chance of winning a copy: Have you been? What would you recommend? What would you like to see? We are also running this giveaway over on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram too. UK ONLY. Follow #TFgiveaway .Closes midnight, 23 September 2017.Good luck, the winners will be in for a treat!!

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  1. User: LindaSi

    Posted on: 13/09/2017 at 1:05 pm

    I have been to Venice twice and would love to go back. Here’s hoping! I have been on several holidays to Italy and would say it is my favourite European country.

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    • User: tripfiction

      Posted on: 24/09/2017 at 9:49 am

      @LindaSi – your name came out of the hat this morning, please DM us your details [email protected]

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  2. User: Barbara Khan

    Posted on: 12/09/2017 at 4:37 pm

    I love Venice and I don’t think I can ever tire of visiting there. I have been several times. My last time, we went to the Doges Palace and I highly recommend people visit.

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  3. User: Joanna Booth

    Posted on: 12/09/2017 at 9:22 am

    The Venetian’s protests against tourists are a great wake up call about how one discourse on a city can be so dominant – it’s similar to how climate change can be not discussed at all while the world falls apart. Venice struggles to deal with tourism and people’s primary imagery is ‘oooh so lovely to go and visit’. It’s fascinating.

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  4. User: GILL CORBITT

    Posted on: 11/09/2017 at 2:52 pm

    Venice is iconic.Such a lovely city,but do ensure,if you visit,that you wander off the main tourist streets,there is so much to see!

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  5. User: Harriet Steel

    Posted on: 11/09/2017 at 6:04 am

    Venice is such a romantic city, I’d love to return and spend more time exploring all the little canals and churches. The book sounds good, I hope I’m lucky.

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  6. User: Laura Chapman

    Posted on: 10/09/2017 at 7:59 pm

    I have never been to Venice, so don’t harm any tips, but would absolutely love to go! I haven’t been to Italy at all, but I’m sure I’d enjoy the scenery, food, coffee and wine!

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