IN-PERSON: Naomi Novik
We are ecstatic to announce New York Times bestselling author Naomi Novik is coming to Towne Book Center! She will be visiting our store IN-PERSON on Saturday, October 1st at 4pm to talk about her newest release "The Golden Enclaves" which is the final book in her spectacular trilogy focused on the Scholomance! So come by and see Naomi in person as we chat about her incredible story telling, the world building and real myths behind the Scholomance, and of course what is going to happen in the Enclave War!
Naomi will be signing copies of The Golden Enclaves and if time allows may sign backstock as well! Pre-Order today and guarantee yourself a spot for this incredible event!
Please note: all orders must be paid online in order to reserve a spot at the event. Pay At Store orders will be cancelled.
Saving the world is a test no school of magic can prepare you for in the triumphant conclusion to the New York Times bestselling trilogy that began with A Deadly Education and The Last Graduate.
The one thing you never talk about while you’re in the Scholomance is what you’ll do when you get out. Not even the richest enclaver would tempt fate that way. But it’s all we dream about: the hideously slim chance we’ll survive to make it out the gates and improbably find ourselves with a life ahead of us, a life outside the Scholomance halls.
And now the impossible dream has come true. I’m out, we’re all out—and I didn’t even have to turn into a monstrous dark witch to make it happen. So much for my great-grandmother’s prophecy of doom and destruction. I didn’t kill enclavers, I saved them. Me and Orion and our allies. Our graduation plan worked to perfection: We saved everyone and made the world safe for all wizards and brought peace and harmony to all the enclaves everywhere.
Ha, only joking! Actually, it’s gone all wrong. Someone else has picked up the project of destroying enclaves in my stead, and probably everyone we saved is about to get killed in the brewing enclave war. And the first thing I’ve got to do now, having miraculously gotten out of the Scholomance, is turn straight around and find a way back in.