David Mitchell’s brand-new novel, The Bone Clocks, won’t hit stores until September 2. Many readers simply haven’t been able to stand the wait. The scene during his reading and signing at this year’s Book Expo America in NYC was wild, inspiring stories of survival and loads of galley bragging. And no wonder. Mitchell is a master storyteller. Maybe it was his 1999 debut novel, Ghostwritten, that had you hooked. Or perhaps you discovered him with 2004’s Cloud Atlas. (And please: Don’t tell us you’ve never read his work.) Regardless, to read him is to obsess about his stories. We hate to see you squirm in anticipation of The Bone Clocks, so we’re giving fifty copies away randomly. To win you must be eighteen years old or more and you must be a resident of the United States. (See full rules here.) Fill out the form below before Tuesday, August 26, at 5:00 EST and if we randomly pull your name, you’ll win one of fifty copies. Ready? Go!