Authors coming to Lake Forest Park

Friday, June 2, 2017

An autographed book costs the same as one without an autograph. Attend the signing and you get to meet the author, hear them read from their book, answer your questions, and then sign your copy. Or you can just attend the reading. Third Place Books, Town Center, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way in Lake Forest Park.

Robert Repino
D'Arc (War With No Name #2) (Soho)
Monday, June 5 at 7pm

The startling saga of Mort(e) continues! In the aftermath of the War With No Name, the Colony has been defeated, its queen lies dead, and the world left behind will never be the same. In her madness, the queen used a strange technology to uplift the surface animals, turning dogs and cats, bats and bears, pigs and wolves into intelligent, highly evolved creatures who rise up and kill their oppressors -- the humans.

Jeanine Hennig
Summerwode (DSP Publications)
Wednesday, June 7 at 7pm

In Book Four of historical fantasy series The Wode, dispossessed noble Gamelyn Boundys has come to Sherwood Forest with conflicting oaths. One is to bring back the druidic secrets of the forest to his Templar Masters, and the other is to wield the covenant of the Shire Wode and the power of the Ceugant, the magical trine of all worlds.

Barbara Johns
The Hope of Another Spring: Takuichi Fujii, Artist and Wartime Witness (University of Washington)
Thursday, June 8 at 7pm

Barbara Johns reveals the rare find of a large and heretofore unknown collection of art produced by Takuichi Fujii during World War II. The centerpiece of the collection is Fujii's illustrated diary that historian Roger Daniels has called “the most remarkable document created by a Japanese American prisoner during the wartime incarceration.”

Daniel Wallace
Extraordinary Adventures (St. Martin’s Press)
Saturday, June 10 at 6:30pm

A big-hearted and optimistic novel, Extraordinary Adventures is the latest from the New York Times bestselling Daniel Wallace (Big Fish). “A hilarious testimony to our propensity for reinvention, and an affirmation of the possibilities lurking right under our noses.” —Jonathan Evison, author of This Is Your Life Harriet Chance!

Fredrik Backman
Beartown (Atria)
Monday, June 12 at 7pm
The author of #1 New York Times bestselling A Man Called Ove returns with a profound novel about a small town with a big dream. Join Fredrik Backman in-conversation with Seattle Times columnist Nicole Brodeur on the Third Place Stage. This is a ticket required event. Purchase your copy of Beartown from Third Place Books and receive two tickets.


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