An Evening with Deborah Harkness
Wednesday 16th October 18:30 at Nottingham
Join Deborah Harkness as she discusses her globally bestselling All Souls Trilogy, her latest novel set in the same world, Time’s Convert, and the SKY TV adaptation of the first novel in the trilogy, A Discovery of Witches.
The evening will include a talk with Deborah, followed by a Q&A with the audience and book signing. All are welcome.
Waterstones Nottingham is accessible. Please get in touch about any specific requirements beforehand.
Praise for the All Souls Trilogy:
'Intelligent and off-the-wall… irresistible' The Sunday Times
'A romp through magical academia' Guardian
In 2011, A Discovery of Witches was unleashd on the world and became a global smash hit. Its 2012 sequel, Shadow of Night, even surpassed the success of the first book. In 2014, the stunning conclusion of the trilogy, The Book of Life, became a New York Times and Sunday Times No. 1 Bestseller. The trilogy has sold over 3 million copies worldwide across almost 40 countries.
The smash hit TV series aired on SKY ONE and NOW TV in autumn 2018, starring Matthew Goode (Downton Abbey / The Crown) and Teresa Palmer (Hacksaw Ridge) as well as Alex Kingston, Trevor Eve, Lindsay Duncan, Owen Teale and Louise Brealey. Season 2 is filming at the moment.
The latest All Souls novel, Time’s Convert, is set in contemporary Paris and London, and the American colonies during the upheaval and unrest that exploded into the Revolutionary War. A sweeping story about what it takes to become a vampire, the story braids together past and present and is a passionate love story and a fascinating exploration of the power of tradition and the possibilities for change.
Further details: 0115 9470069
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