Book Soup presents Rhett & Link discussing their new novel, The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek, live on stage! November 3, 2019
From the authors of the #1 New York Times bestsellerRhett & Link’s Book of Mythicality and creators of Good Mythical Morning, a thrilling and darkly funny novel about two best friends fighting the sinister forces at the heart of their Southern town.
About the Book:
It’s 1992 in Bleak Creek, North Carolina–a sleepy little place with all the trappings of an ordinary Southern town: two Baptist churches, friendly smiles coupled with silent judgments, and an unquenchable appetite for pork products. Beneath the town’s cheerful façade, however, Bleak Creek teens live in constant fear of being sent to the Whitewood School, a local reformatory with a history of putting unruly youths back on the straight and narrow–a record so impeccable that almost everyone is willing to ignore the mysterious deaths that have occurred there over the past decade. At first, high school freshmen Rex McClendon and Leif Nelson believe what they’ve been told: that the students’ strange demises were all just tragic accidents, the unfortunate consequence of succumbing to vices like Marlboro Lights and Nirvana. But when the shoot for their low-budget horror masterpiece, PolterDog, goes horribly awry–and their best friend, Alicia Boykins, is sent to Whitewood as punishment–Rex and Leif are forced to question everything they know about their unassuming hometown and its cherished school for delinquents. Eager to rescue their friend, Rex and Leif pair up with recent NYU film school graduate Janine Blitstein to begin piecing together the unsettling truth of the school and its mysterious founder, Wayne Whitewood. What they find will leave them battling an evil beyond their wildest imaginations–one that will shake Bleak Creek to its core. (Crown Publishing Group)
About the Authors:
Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, raised in North Carolina and best friends since the first grade, are a comedy duo known for creating the Internet’s most-watched daily talk show, Good Mythical Morning; their award-winning weekly podcast Ear Biscuits; and the instant #1 New York Times bestseller Rhett & Link’s Book of Mythicality. They share an office at Mythical Entertainment, the company they cofounded, but live separately with their respective wives, children, and dogs in Los Angeles.
This ticketed event will take place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre located at 4401 W 8th St, Los Angeles, CA 90005. Doors will open at 5:00pm / Program will start at 6:00pm.
Two ticket options:
VIP Package: $150.00 (+tax and fees) (limited quantity available)
VIP Package goodies will be handed out at check-in. Make sure to put on your laminate as it is your pass to the VIP section.
• One premium reserved ticket located in the first 4 rows
• Exclusive meet & greet with Rhett & Link following the event.
• Personal photograph with Rhett & Link
• One copy of Rhett & Link’s new book, The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek
• One exclusive Rhett & Link tote bag
• Official meet & greet laminate
General admission: $38.00 (+tax and fees)
Tickets will include one entry and one copy of The Lost Causes of Bleak Creek, which will be handed out at Check In. No book signing will follow the event.
If there are any questions please call Book Soup at (310) 659-3110 or visit us at www.booksoup.com
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