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Terry Pratchett Book Signing

When
14 June 2008

12:00-14:30

Where
Foyles Bookshop

Nearest Tube
Waterloo

Cost
Free

Age Restrictions
n/a

A Terry Practchett book signing takes place at Foyles bookshop on the Southbank in June to mark the launch of the new paperback, Making Money. Celebrating 25 years of Discworld, the fantasy author will be signing copies of the new book from noon onwards.

The follow up to the hugely successful Going Postal, Making Money sees Moist von Lipwig move into the Royal Mint to quiet literally make some money. If you missed out on this hilarious novel in hardback, the Terry Pratchett book signing is the time to get your hands on the paperback, and get it signed into the bargain.

Terry Pratchett has been the man behind the creation of the Discworld novels for 25 years and has garnered millions of fans in his wake. From the early days of Rincewind the wizard in The Colour of Magic to the tales of Loist von Lipwig in Going Postal and the latest edition Making Money, Terry Prachett has created an echanting fantasy world that engages his readers and makes them devoted to his writing style.

Been a Pratchett fan for a long time and still haven't seen him at a signing? The Foyles Terry Pratchett book signing is a chance for hardcore fans to meet their idol, and get a shiny new copy of the latest book at the same time.

The Terry Pratchett book signing takes place at Foyles bookshop from midday until 2:30pm on Saturday 14th June 2008. Queues are likely, so you are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

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