Wed, 26 Apr|
An evening with author Rosie Andrews who wrote The Leviathan
A relaxing evening with Rosie Andrews in the Arts Cafe
Time & Location
26 Apr, 19:00 – 21:00
Huntingdon, 39 High St, Huntingdon PE29 3AQ, UK
About the event
Rosie Andrews who will be talking about and signing copies of her brilliant debut novel, The Leviathan, one of our favourite books of 2022. The evening will give guests the chance to ask Rosie questions about her inspiration for the book, her writing process and to purchase the book (out in paperback on the 5th of January 2023) and have it signed by Rosie
About the book
The Leviathan is a stunning literary historical mystery with a supernatural twist, that would sit happily alongside The Familiars and The Essex Serpent.
‘She is awake.’…. In 1703, in an isolated farmhouse far from the sea, old soldier Thomas Treadwater protects a secret: a nameless woman, locked in an endless sleep. But as the storm of the century rises, his captive wakes, and he must make an impossible choice... But who is she? And why has he imprisoned her? The answers lie in a Norfolk hamlet in the war-torn winter of 1643. Thomas returns from battle to discover his sister Esther harbouring a tale of witches and seduction in the servants' hall. Craving only peace, he doubts her story, but when death strikes close to home, with his family’s reputation compromised, he delves further into the mystery, only to find himself facing an unimaginable enemy, and the end of the world he has known.
About the Author
Rosie was born and grew up in Liverpool, as the third of twelve children. She studied History at Cambridge before becoming an English teacher. She lives in Hertfordshire with her husband and daughter.
The Arts Cafe will be open, you are welcome to bring your book for signing and new copies will be available to purchase during the evening.