How to Survive Everything with Ewan Morrison

Wednesday 17 November | 19-21:00

Dumbarton Panel Event / Author Reading Adults

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Haley and Ben live with their mother. But their dad has good reason to believe there's a new, much deadlier pandemic coming. He's determined to get them to the safety of his lockdown hideaway. NOW. The only problem is, there is no way their mother will go along with this plan. Kidnapped by their father, they have no contact with the outside world. Can they survive? Will they save their mother? This is one teenage girl's survival guide for negotiating the collapse of everything she knows - including her family and sanity. How to Survive Everything is an extraordinary crime thriller and apocalyptic dystopia. It has been called "a great pandemic novel" by Ian Rankin and "an absolutely brilliant read" by Lucy Mangan.

Join us for an evening with one of Scotland's greatest contemporary novelists, Ewan Morrison, as he discusses his latest book. Ewan is a multi-award-winning novelist, screenwriter and essayist. His previous novels include Tales from the Mall, Swung and Nina X, which won the Saltire Society Scottish Fiction Book of the Year and is currently being developed as a feature film. "A brilliant, intriguing, harrowing, illuminating story." Tim Minchin "This is a seriously excellent novel." Irvine Welsh

Venue information

Dumbarton Library

Strathleven Place

G82 1BD

The library has a disabled toilet. Disabled access is via the door adjacent to the car park. There is a door bell that should be rung and someone will open the door. There is a lift to the ground floor from the basement.

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