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Three Strikes: Lucy Christopher, Kat Ellis and Rhian Ivory in conversation with Chelley Toy.

Wednesday 24th October 18:30 at Birmingham

Waterstones Birmingham are very excited to invite you to an evening with three fabulous authors, Lucy Christopher, Kat Ellis and Rhian Ivory, in discussion with the lovely Chelley Toy.

The authors will be joining Chelley to talk about their new book, Three Strikes, a collection of three dark novellas from three star YA authors;

A red eye blinks in the darkness; a hidden door opens to a lost crypt; a life is held in the light of a flickering flame … welcome to Three Strikes.
 
Step into the unknown world of The Tribe with Kasha in THE DARKNESS by Lucy Christopher; be entranced by the ghostly voices of THE TWINS OF BLACKFIN by Kat Ellis, or lose yourself in a haunting retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s  ‘The Little Match Girl’ - MATCHGIRL by Rhian Ivory. Whether you like your stories dark or darker, Three Strikes is the perfect under-the-covers read! 
 
'YA as it should be – dangerous, dark and daring. I loved it.'  CJ Skuse

Tickets are free but seating is limited so please book in advance.
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Birmingham Waterstones, Birmingham
Wednesday 24th October 18:30

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