Amor Towles

Tue 26 Oct 2021 | 7:00pm

Amor Towles

Amor Towles introduces his extraordinary new novel, The Lincoln Highway.

In one of only three UK appearances, Amor Towles author of the best-selling A Gentleman in Moscow, is back with a new historical novel set in America, bursting with life, charm and unforgettable characters: The Lincoln Highway.

The year is 1954, and eighteen-year-old Emmet Watson has just been released from a juvenile work farm where he’s been held for involuntary manslaughter. He plans to pick up his little brother and start a brand new life together, but two of his stowaway friends from the farm have a very different plan…

This event will be chaired by author and critic, Erica Wagner

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Venue: University Arms, CB2 1AD

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The Lincoln Highway

The Lincoln Highway

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Amor Towles’ A Gentleman in Moscow amazed critics and sold over 3.6 million copies worldwide. Now he’s back with a new historical novel set in America, Bursting with life, charm and unforgettable characters: The Lincoln Highway.

The year is 1954, and eighteen-year-old Emmet Watson has just been released from a juvenile work farm where he’s been held for involuntary manslaughter. He plans to pick up his little brother and start a brand new life together, but two of his stowaway friends from the farm have a very different plan…

This event will be chaired by author and critic, Erica Wagner

Author Biography

Amor Towles is the author of New York Times bestsellers Rules of Civility and A Gentleman in Moscow. The two novels have collectively sold more than four million copies and have been translated into more than thirty languages. Towles lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children.