August 20, 2015
Patrick Ness is one of the must-read young adult authors of the moment thanks to hit novels including Monsters of Men and A Monster Calls, which both won a Carnegie Medal. Later this month, he releases his brilliant new book, The Rest of Us Just Live Here and you could be there to meet him!
‘What if you weren't the Chosen One? The one who's supposed to fight the zombies, or the soul-eating ghosts, or whatever this new thing is, with the blue lights and the death? What if you were like Mikey? Who just wants to graduate and go to prom and maybe finally work up the courage to ask Henna out before someone goes and blows up the high school. Again. Because sometimes there are problems bigger than this week’s end of the world and sometimes you just have to find the extraordinary in your ordinary life. Even if your best friend might just be the God of mountain lions...’
Wow! Colour us intrigued! If you’re intrigued by that description of the book, then why not pop along to Waterstones Piccadilly on Thursday 3rd September at 6.30pm, where Patrick Ness will be in conversation with Radio 1 Presenter Gemma Cairney! This exclusive event costs just £5 or – and this is the incredible bit – just £15 if you’d also like a signed, Waterstones Exclusive edition of The Rest of Us Just Live Here!
A signed book! Your copy of a Patrick Ness book signed by Patrick Ness. Just let that sink in for a second. You will even be able to speak with him! What’s not to like?! And if you’re a Waterstones cardholder, it’s even cheaper at just £3 for a ticket to attend this brilliant event.
So what are you waiting for? Click here to book tickets and meet Patrick Ness in person. Awesome!
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By Henry Fosdike