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Exclusive Chaos Walking Celebration with Immersive “Noise” Experience

Monday 5th March 18:00 at London - Piccadilly

To mark the ten year anniversary of The Knife of Never Letting Go, Patrick Ness will be joining us in store for a chaired discussion about the Chaos Walking series, alongside an immersive “Noise” installation in store for one night only. 

The Knife of Never Letting Go is the first book in the ground-breaking Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness. Since their publication, the books in the trilogy have won every award and accolade imaginable including The Carnegie Medal, The Guardian Children’s Fiction Award, the Booktrust Teen Prize and the Costa Children’s Book of the Year. Described as ““One of the outstanding literary achievements of the present century” (The Irish Times) and “Furiously paced, terrifying, exhilarating and heart-breaking” (The Sunday Telegraph) it’s no wonder these books have become modern classics with a huge fan base around the world. 

Join us for a truly unique opportunity to engage with Patrick’s work like never before, as well as to hear from the man himself, and to pick up a copy of the new anniversary editions of the books.

 

The immersive “Noise” installation has been especially created for this event by the Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London.




The immersive "Noise" installation will be open to ticketholders from 18:00.

 

The talk with Patrick Ness will then begin at 19:30, with doors opening for the event at 19:00.

 


London - Piccadilly Waterstones, London - Piccadilly
Monday 5th March 18:00

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