The Daylight War Tour: Manchester, U.K.

Posted by Meg

Yesterday, Peat kicked off his U.K. Tour with a HUGE event in Manchester, England. Almost 100 (100!) British fans gathered and listened to Peat answer questions about his latest book, the publishing world and writing fantasy.

Peat finally got to hold his very own U.K. version of The Daylight War

The Daylight War #3 in the London Times

Couldn’t fit them all into one shot! Almost 100 folks showed up!

An Evening with Peter V. Brett

In line to get things signed

Signing table with Jonathan MacDonald who did the Red Sonja 3D portraits

Peat with Neil


Peat with Traci

Peat with Adam

Peat with Andrew

Peat with Liz and her husband Rob

Peat with the Richardsons and their very well behaved baby

If you haven’t picked up your copy of The Daylight War yet, what are you waiting for? The U.K. versions is available at Waterstones and Amazon. Americans, check out the Random House page for all the appropriate buy links. Or go out and support your local bookstore

Tonight, Peat has his book launch event at the Forbidden Planet in London starting at 6:00pm.

RSVP on Facebook here. For all other readings/signings/conventions, take a look at his Facebook events or his tour schedule.

Weren’t able to make it to a U.S. event? Peat signed a stockpile of his books at each bookstore he visited. Even if you are not local, most of these will deliver. Check out the following locations to pick up your signed copy of The Daylight WarSingularity & Co in Brooklyn, Bakka Phoenix Books in Toronto, Barnes and Noble in Roseville, MN, University Bookstore in Seattle, Powell’s Books in Portland, Borderlands Books in San Francisco, Barnes and Noble in Huntington Beach and the Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore in San Diego.

Posted on February 26, 2013 at 10:05 am by megelizabeth
Filed under Appearances, Daylight War, Events, Fans, Meg
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One response to “The Daylight War Tour: Manchester, U.K.”

  1. We can’t believe we made it onto Peat’s website!
    Thanks for a great evening.
    People say not to meet your heroes as you will always be disappointed, however Peat was the complete opposite of this, he was an absolute gentleman and an all round great guy.
    If you are thinking of going to see Peat on his current book tour do yourself a favour and GO!!
    Thanks again, Andy, Gem and baby Tyler.

    Posted by Andy Richardson, on February 26th, 2013 at 12:26 pm