Damian Dibben will be on at 1.30pm on Saturday 21st July in the Arcadia Tent. Book tickets here.
Tomorrow is Damian Dibben’s first book for adults having worked originally as a screenwriter in the UK and Hollywood, before creating the interrnationally acclaimed young-adult series The History Keepers, which has been translated into twenty-seven languages and was described by The Observer as “one of the hottest properties in children’s fiction today,”
Tomorrow follows the quest of a 217-year old dog as he travels through the courts and battlefields of Europe in search of the man who granted him immortality. His jounrey takes him from Elsinore Castle to the London Frost Fair of 1608, from the strange court of Charles I to the wars of the Spanish succession, the golden age of Amsterdam, and to nineteenth century Venice. He befriends both humans and animals, marvels at man’s ability to create music and despairs at his capacity for self destruction. It is a story of love that spans the centuries, of devotion, courage and hope as the world collapses into war.