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John Barrowman Lunchtime Signing

Tuesday 30th May 2017 1pm - 2pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Signing, Free Event

John Barrowman, famous for his roles in Torchwood, Doctor Who and Arrow, will be signing copies of Nephilim, a gripping new YA fantasy novel. 

Nephilim tells the story of seventeen-year-old Rémy, a Conjuror who can alter reality with his music. But such a talent comes with a price. He and his superpowered friends, Matt and Em Calder, are engaged in a dangerous battle to save humanity as we know it.

Don't miss the chance to meet John at this exclusive London event. To avoid disappointment please arrive thirty minutes before the start of the signing. You must register below to be in the priority queue on the day and to go into the draw to win the two published books in the Orion series and be fast tracked to the head of the queue on the day.

 

Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road
Tickets: Free. To register your interest please add the required number of reservations to the basket and proceed through checkout as normal.

 

Terms and conditions

Due to time constraints, there will be no opportunity for posed photographs. Dedications are possible but names only. To be entered into the exclusive competition, a place in the queue must be pre-booked. The winner must be present on the day of the event and the result of the prize draw will be final. John Barrowman will only be signing books by himself, or by himself and Carole Barrowman. This does not include Doctor Who books or merchandise. 

 

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Nephilim
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John Barrowman; Carole E. Barrowman
 
 
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