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Release: An Evening with Patrick Ness

Wednesday 10th May 2017 7pm - 8pm Impact Hub Birmingham Literary Event, Children's Event

Join the award-winning author of the Chaos Walking trilogy and A Monster Calls, Patrick Ness as he introduces his hotly anticipated new Young Adult novel, Release.

Described as his most personal novel yet, Release is an honest, raw and compelling tale, taking place over a single life-altering day. Dubbed as Judy Blume’s Forever meets Mrs Dalloway, Release is a book that celebrates us all for surviving the battlefield of our teenage years. Don’t miss this exclusive Birmingham talk with this wonderful and inspiring writer.

Patrick will be in conversation with Katherine Webber author of Wing Jones.

Patrick Ness’ books, including Release, will be available for purchase on the night.  

Tickets: £5. Available below.

Please note, no physical tickets will be issued (to save the trees!). Your email confirmation is proof of booking.

Venue:  Impact Hub, Walker Building, 58 Oxford Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5NR http://birmingham.impacthub.net/contact/

 

PLEASE NOTE: The event will now take place at the Impact Hub, Walker Building, 58 Oxford Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5NR and NOT the Glee Club as originally planned. Tickets purchased from the Glee Club website will still be valid.

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