TCR Presents: An Evening with Caroline Kepnes

Monday 23rd September 18:30 - 20:30 at London - Tottenham Court Road

At the start of 2019, Netflix smash-hit YOU, based on Caroline Kepnes’s debut novel, quickly became one of the most watched shows of the year. Caroline Kepnes will be in conversation with journalist Lucy Mangan about YOU and its sequel Hidden Bodies, also coming soon to the small screen, and the global fandom for the most sinister bookseller in town, Joe Goldberg.
Caroline Kepnes is an author, screenwriter and former entertainment reporter. She is best known for her debut novel YOU (2014), described as “hypnotic and scary” by Stephen King, which introduced us to Joe Goldberg, New York bookstore worker and obsessive stalker. In 2018 YOU was adapted for Netflix and became one of the most watched shows of the year, with over 40 million views in the first month. The follow-up, Hidden Bodies (2015), will hit small screens within a few months and Caroline has been involved in the adaptation. Caroline is also the author of standalone novel Providence, part love story, part supernatural thriller, one of the first books released under Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner’s Lenny imprint for Random House USA. Originally from Cape Cod, she now lives in Los Angeles.

Lucy Mangan is a journalist writing for the Guardian and Stylist, and author of Bookworm: A Memoir of Childhood Reading.

Tickets are £7. Do not miss!
London - Tottenham Court Road Waterstones, London - Tottenham Court Road
Monday 23rd September 18:30 - 20:30

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