events found: 64
30/08/2014 Haruki Murakami
11:00 Author Talk / Signing
Venue details: Waterstone's Piccadilly, 203/206 Piccadilly, London, SW1Y 6WW
Events details: Waterstones Piccadilly are honoured to be welcoming cult global phenomenon Haruki Murakami, who will be signing his eagerly anticipated new book Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage on Saturday 30th August at 11am.<br><br>Interest for this exclusive public signing is expected to be big, so please do arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Contact details: Waterstone's Piccadilly
01/09/2014 Ian McEwan
19:00 Author Talk / Signing
Venue details: Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London, SW1X 9DQ
Events details: Ian McEwan is one of the most celebrated British authors at work today. Join him to discuss his new novel The Children Act, which explores the conflict between science and religious conviction. His recent novels have tackled climate change (Solar) and cold war espoinage (Sweet Tooth). Inspired by real life legal cases, The Children Act centres on Fiona Mayes, a leading High Court judge who is called on to try an urgent case: 17 year old Adam who is refusing life-saving medical treatment because of his faith, with the support of his devout parents. McEwan will be in conversation with leading Guardian columnist and broadcaster Jonathan Freedland.
Contact details: Cadogan Hall
04/09/2014 Lewis Dartnell
19:30 Author Talk / Signing
Venue details: Unicorn Theatre
Events details: Mostly Books
Contact details: Unicorn Theatre
04/09/2014 Ian McEwan
19:00 Author Talk / Signing
Venue details: Sheldonian Theatre, Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford, Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AZ
Events details: Ian McEwan’s new novel is The Children Act, an extraordinary fiction centred on a seventeen-year old boy whose dire medical condition triggers a moral and emotional dilemma for the judge who must decide his case. McEwan comes to the Sheldonian Theatre to discuss this powerful new book.
Contact details: Sheldonian Theatre
05/09/2014 Karl Ove Knausgaard
19:00 Author Talk / Signing
Venue details: Saint George's Church, Bloomsbury Way, Bloomsbury, London, WC1A 2SR
Events details: Karl Ove Knausgaard’s six autobiographical novels, published in Norway between 2009 and 2011 under the series title Min Kamp (‘My Struggle’) have excited controversy and critical acclaim in equal measure. Knausgaard’s unflinching and almost uncritical laying on of detail has led some critics to call him ‘the Norwegian Proust’. ‘There is something ceaselessly compelling about Knausgaard’s book’, wrote James Wood in the New Yorker. ‘Even when I was bored, I was interested.’ Karl Ove Knausgaard will be reading from and talking about his work at a unique event hosted by the London Review Bookshop at Saint George’s Church, Bloomsbury.
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events found: 64