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REBECCA STOTT | DARK EARTH

IN CONVERSATION

In conversation with Festival Ambassador CHRIS JACOB

Newly published exclusive book profile event.

500 AD. When the local overlord discovers that Isla has learned how
to make the legendary firetongued swords from her father, the Great Smith, there is nowhere for her and her sister to hide. Inside the walled ghost city of Londinium, Blue and Isla find sanctuary in an underworld community of squatters, emigrants, travellers and looters, led by the mysterious Crowther. But trouble pursues them even here.

Rebecca Stott is a historian, R4 broadcaster, novelist and the author of the Costa-award winning memoir In the Days of Rain. Her novels include Ghostwalk and The Coral Thief. She is a Professor Emeritus at UEA and lives in Norwich.

‘An ancient tapestry of legend brilliantly rewoven.’ – Francis Spufford, author of Light Perpetual

End Time: 4:30 pm (approx)

REBECCA STOTT | DARK EARTH

IN CONVERSATION
End Time: 4:30 pm (approx)

How to book:

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.

In conversation with Festival Ambassador CHRIS JACOB

Newly published exclusive book profile event.

500 AD. When the local overlord discovers that Isla has learned how
to make the legendary firetongued swords from her father, the Great Smith, there is nowhere for her and her sister to hide. Inside the walled ghost city of Londinium, Blue and Isla find sanctuary in an underworld community of squatters, emigrants, travellers and looters, led by the mysterious Crowther. But trouble pursues them even here.

Rebecca Stott is a historian, R4 broadcaster, novelist and the author of the Costa-award winning memoir In the Days of Rain. Her novels include Ghostwalk and The Coral Thief. She is a Professor Emeritus at UEA and lives in Norwich.

‘An ancient tapestry of legend brilliantly rewoven.’ – Francis Spufford, author of Light Perpetual