Alice Winn in conversation (Book with Ticket)

£15.00

Join us at 6.30pm on Friday 22nd March as we welcome Alice Winn to St Nicolas’ Church, Abingdon, to celebrate the paperback publication of her acclaimed debut novel, In Memoriam.

This £15 ticket listing includes a paperback copy of In Memoriam (RRP £9.99). If you would like to purchase a ticket only option for £10 then please visit this link.

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Join us at 6.30pm on Friday 22nd March as we welcome Alice Winn to St Nicolas’ Church, Abingdon, to celebrate the paperback publication of her acclaimed debut novel, In Memoriam.

In 1914, war feels far away to Henry Gaunt and Sidney Ellwood. They’re too young to enlist, and anyway, Gaunt is fighting his own private battle – an all-consuming infatuation with the dreamy, poetic Ellwood – not having a clue that his best friend is in love with him, always has been.

When Gaunt’s mother asks him to enlist in the British army to protect the family from anti-German attacks, he signs up immediately, relieved to escape his overwhelming feelings. But Ellwood and their classmates soon follow him into the horrors of trenches. Though Ellwood and Gaunt find fleeting moments of solace in one another, their friends are dying in front of them, and at any moment they could be next.

An epic tale of the devastating tragedies of war and the forbidden romance that blooms in its grip, In Memoriam is a breathtaking debut.

This £15 ticket listing includes a paperback copy of In Memoriam (RRP £9.99). If you would like to purchase a ticket only option for £10 then please visit this link.

ABOUT ALICE WINN

Alice Winn lives in Brooklyn, where she writes screenplays. She grew up in Paris and was educated in British boarding schools. She has a degree in English Literature from Oxford University. In Memoriam is her debut novel.