Fishbourne Literary Festival presents a special event with Conn Iggulden. Conn is one of the most successful authors of historical fiction writing today. Join him for a fascinating talk in St. Peter and St Mary Church, Fishbourne, PO19 3XT.

Conn Iggulden’s latest novel delving into the intriguing story of Empress Agrippina and her son Nero is sure to captivate historical fiction enthusiasts and fans of his previous works. The narrative set against the backdrop of ancient Rome offers a glimpse into the intricate web of politics, power struggles, and familial dynamics that defined this era.

The upcoming talk at St Peter and St Mary Church in Fishbourne presents an exciting opportunity for attendees to gain deeper insights into Conn Iggulden’s latest literary endeavour. From the complexities of Agrippina’s character to the turbulent relationship between mother and son, the discussion promises to shed light on the compelling historical figures brought to life within the pages of the novel.

Moreover, attendees will have the chance to purchase Conn Iggulden’s latest novel following the event, allowing them to delve further into the gripping narrative at their leisure. And what better way to conclude the afternoon than with a glass of refreshment, fostering lively conversations and reflections on the enthralling tale presented by one of Britain’s most celebrated historical fiction authors.

Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a fan of Conn Iggulden’s previous works, or simply intrigued by the allure of ancient Rome, this event offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a captivating journey through the annals of history. Don’t miss out on this enriching experience at St Peter and St Mary Church in Fishbourne.

Tickets £15.

Organiser: Fishbourne Literary Festival

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