Virtual Author Event with Marcus Brotherton & Tosca Lee, The Long March Home

Thursday, February 22, 2024, at 2:00 p.m.

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Morrisson-Reeves Library will host a special virtual author event featuring Marcus Brotherton and Tosca Lee, the acclaimed authors of The Long March Home: A World War II Novel. The author discussion will take place on Thursday, February 22, 2024, at 2:00 p.m.

During this exclusive virtual gathering, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from Brotherton and Lee as they delve into the themes and rich historical context of The Long March Home, discuss their collaborative writing process, share insights into their individual author journeys, and reveal the inspirations behind their compelling narratives.

The Long March Home is an evocative story that captures the essence of resilience, friendship, sacrifice, and hope during the tumultuous times of World War II. It’s a novel that promises to engage readers with its depth and storytelling mastery.

Thanks to the generosity of the Friends of Morrisson-Reeves Library, the first 25 individuals to register for the event will receive a complimentary copy of the book. This offer is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Copies of the book are also available for borrowing from Hoopla on MRL’s Digital Branch.

Participants have the option of joining the virtual author event from the comfort of their own devices or experiencing a group broadcast in the Bard Room at Morrisson-Reeves Library, creating a community atmosphere for discussion and engagement. Those interested may register to reserve their spot at here.

About the Speakers:

Marcus Brotherton is the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author or coauthor of more than 25 books that have been called “fascinating,” “brilliantly arranged,” “magical,” and “refreshingly frank.”
Tosca Lee is the New York Times bestselling author of 11 novels, including The Line Between, The Progeny, The Legend of Sheba, and Iscariot. Lee’s work has been praised as “deeply human,” “powerful,” and “mind-bending historical fiction.”