NOTE: ORDERS PLACED AFTER 4:30 PM WILL NOT BE BROUGHT TO CHAPEL HILL PUBLIC LIBRARY, SO WE CANNOT GUARANTEE PERSONALIZATION OR SIGNING. BOOKS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE EVENT.
Offsite Event: Victoria Schwab presents Tunnel of Bones at the Chapel Hill Public Library
Thursday 9/5, 6pm
Join us at the Chapel Hill Public Library to hear sci-fi/fantasy master Victoria "V.E." Schwab discuss and read from her newest middle grade novel!
In order to be respectful of Ms. Schwab's time and energy, we ask that you purchase Tunnel of Bones to go through the signing line and bring no more than four backlist titles to be signed. If you'd like to pick your book(s) up at the event, please note this in your order comments! Otherwise, your book will be available for in-store pickup beginning on Tuesday, 9/3.
Trouble is haunting Cassidy Blake . . . even more than usual.
She (plus her ghost best friend, Jacob, of course) are in Paris, where Cass's parents are filming their TV show about the world's most haunted cities. Sure, it's fun eating croissants and seeing the Eiffel Tower, but there's true ghostly danger lurking beneath Paris, in the creepy underground Catacombs.
When Cass accidentally awakens a frighteningly strong spirit, she must rely on her still-growing skills as a ghosthunter -- and turn to friends both old and new to help her unravel a mystery. But time is running out, and the spirit is only growing stronger.
And if Cass fails, the force she's unleashed could haunt the city forever.
#1 New York Times bestselling author Victoria Schwab returns to the spooky and heart-pounding world of City of Ghosts, delivering thrilling new adventures and an unforgettable spin on friendship. (Because sometimes, even psychic ghost best friends have secrets. . .)
Victoria “V.E.” Schwab is the #1 NYT, USA, and Indie bestselling author of more than a dozen books, including Vicious, the Shades of Magic series, and This Savage Song. Her work has received critical acclaim, been featured by EW and The New York Times, been translated into more than a dozen languages, and been optioned for TV and Film. The Independent calls her the “natural successor to Diana Wynne Jones” and touts her “enviable, almost Gaimanesque ability to switch between styles, genres, and tones.”