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Foyles Westfield Young Adult Book Club - The Forbidden Game

Wednesday 30th November 2011 5:30pm - 6:30pm Westfield White City, Foyles Unit 2054, Westfield, White City, London, W12 7GE Literary Event, Free Event

This month's title is The Forbidden Game by L.J Smith. It all started with a board game. But what is supposed to be an evening of friends, fun and games, becomes a night of danger, drama and obsessive love, because when Jenny and her friends try to play the Game, it comes to life. Suddenly they are in a dark world where Julian, the gorgeous guy who sold Jenny the game, rules as Prince of the Shadows. Julian is in charge, making their darkest nightmares reality. And he will do anything to claim the beautiful Jenny as his prize. The Game is real, and these friends must play through - the only way to win is to face their most secret fears. To lose the Game is to lose your life. And that is only the beginning...

If you like the sound of this, we will be meeting instore at 5.30pm before heading off to a cafe. If you would like to attend please send us email us at westfieldkids@foyles.co.uk to guarantee your place.

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