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Join us when author Christopher Paolini visits to discuss his new novel, Fractal Noise.
About the author:
Christopher Paolini was born in Southern California and has lived most of his life in Paradise Valley, Montana with his family. He published his first novel, Eragon, in 2003 at the age of 19, and quickly became a publishing phenomenon. His Inheritance Cycle – Eragon and its three sequels – have sold nearly 40 million copies worldwide. To Sleep in a Sea of Stars was his first adult novel.
Fractal Noise is the thrilling prequel to the masterful space opera To Sleep in a Sea of Stars. On the planet Talos VII, twenty-three years before the events of To Sleep in a Sea of Stars, an anomaly is detected: a vast circular pit, with dimensions so perfect that it could only have been the result of conscious design. So a small team is assembled to learn more – perhaps even who built the hole and why. Their mission will take them on a hazardous trek to the very edge of existence.
For one explorer, this is the opportunity of a lifetime. For another, a risk not worth taking. And for xenobiologist Alex Crichton, it’s a desperate attempt to find meaning in an uncaring universe. But every step they take towards that mysterious abyss is more punishing than the last. Ultimately, no one is prepared for what they will encounter.
Registration for this event is FREE. VIP tickets are also available for purchase.
Each VIP ticket ($30) includes:
Additional books will be available for purchase at the event courtesy of Mac's Backs - Books on Coventry.
**Please note: Per the publisher, the purchase of Fractal Noise and/or To Sleep in a Sea of Stars is required to enter the signing line.
For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations for individuals with hearing, visual or mobility impairments, please email [email protected].
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