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Posted: 22 Sep 09, 11:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote


On Saturday 5th September about 250 people queued outside the Palace Theatre in Paignton here in Devon in the south west area of England to buy autographed copies of the paperback version and third edition of the best selling book BANG! – The Complete History Of The Universe.

All three authors attended the launch, arriving seperately, with Brian being the last to arrive due to the busy roads.

As we entered the lobby of the Theatre we could buy as many books as we wanted for £20 each including a specially made 3D ‘planets’ book mark for this edition.

A small group at a time were lead into a small conference room as Chris Lintott, Patrick Moore and Brian were seated behind a table, ready with marker pens for this signing session.

Chris was all smiles, chatty and extremely happy to sign anything in the book. Sir Patrick was next in line, softly spoken and signing away. Brian was his usual polite, happy and approachable self and signed his name anywhere in the book, chatted, answered peoples questions and did pose with you for a photo or two.

This was a very special day to meet the three authors of probably the best book on the market, and about the passion of Astronomy that they all share.

Thanks to Gary Taylor.


Source: http://www.queenonline.com/news/1463/

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Posted: 22 Sep 09, 13:21 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



probably the best book on the market




You might visit a library or a bookstore sometime.

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Posted: 22 Sep 09, 14:00 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote



Micrówave wrote:



probably the best book on the market




You might visit a library or a bookstore sometime.







yeah. it's easier to find one visiting a library than a market...
or use GOOGLE!


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