Event

NCW Book Club Discussion: The House of One Hundred Clocks

Wednesday 8 December
National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall
6 - 7.30pm
Free - please register in advance

Join us and share your passion for reading!

We’re delighted to welcome you toDragon Hall in Norwich for a socially distanced, in-person book club discussion. We are reading The House of One Hundred Clocks by A.M. Howell (published by Usborne), a thrilling children’s mystery filled with ticking secrets and gripping adventure, set against an Edwardian backdrop of invention and change. It was crowned Book of the Year at the East Anglian Book Awards 2020.

Spaces are limited so we recommend booking your place in advance. 

Please note: while we are reading a children’s book, this is an adult book group and is therefore suitable for ages 18+.

COVID health and safety guidelines are in place for this event, including sanitisation points and optional Track and Trace. We kindly ask that participants wear masks around the building until they are seated (unless medically exempt). If for any reason the event cannot go ahead in person, we will move it online (Zoom) and let people know a week in advance of any change to the venue.

Place an order with The Book Hive. Mention the NCW Book Club and you can purchase The House of One Hundred Clocks with a 20% discount.

Can’t make this time? We’re also running a virtual discussion on Friday 3 December at 5.30pm GMT online (Zoom).

Looking for other ways to get involved with the NCW Book Club from home? Read our handy guide here!

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December 8, 2021 6:00 pm December 8, 2021 6:00 pm Europe/London NCW Book Club Discussion: The House of One Hundred Clocks Writers' Centre Norwich –

Join us and share your passion for reading! We’re delighted to welcome you toDragon Hall in Norwich for a socially distanced, in-person book club discussion. We are reading The House of One Hundred Clocks by A.M. Howell (published by Usborne), a thrilling children’s mystery filled with ticking secrets and gripping adventure, set against an Edwardian backdrop of […]

National Centre for Writing, Dragon Hall Writers Centre Norwich