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David’s Bookshop puts famous author, Ken Follett on the party map

David’s Bookshop puts famous author, Ken Follett on the party map

  • Sat Oct 11, 2014 - 11:00 am
  • David's Bookshop

David’s Bookshop to join the Big Bookshop Party on 11th October, as launch of a nationwide campaign, BOOKS ARE MY BAG

David’s Bookshop will join bookshops nationwide in throwing a Big Bookshop Party on Saturday 11th October to mark the launch of Books Are My Bag – a nationwide campaign that will celebrate books and high street bookshops. Customers are invited to take part in the festivities on launch day,with the chance to walk away with one of the iconic Tracy Emin designed collectors’ edition BOOKS ARE MY BAG bags.

David’s Bookshop will be planning many fun activities for young and old alike, including a guest appearance from best-selling novelist, Ken Follett signing his newest novel from The Century Trilogy, Edge of Eternity at11 am.

From the bestselling author of Pillars of the Earth, Fall of Giants and Winter of the World comes a magnificent tale of five families living in a world on the brink of oblivion. As the decisions made in the corridors of power bring the world nearly to its end, five families from across the globe are brought together in an unforgettable tale of passion and conflict during the Cold War.

Ken Follett was only twenty-seven when he wrote the award-winning and international bestseller, Eye of the Needle. After writing more successful thrillers he surprised everyone with the Pillars of the Earth, first published in 1989, the epic of family drama, violent conflict and vaulting ambition set around the building of a great cathedral. It has sold a staggering total of 23 million copies in thirty languages. World Without End was the long-awaited sequel and an international number one bestseller. Worldwide sales of all Ken Follett’s books stand at around 150 million copies.