Christopher Paolini

May 22 @ 7 PM

Yellow Box Theater at CCC
1635 Emerson Lane, Naperville, IL


Join Anderson’s Bookshop for an in-person event and signing line with author Christopher Paolini, to celebrate the release of Fractal Noise, on Monday, May 22nd, at 7pm in the theatre at Community Christian Church. Christopher will give a presentation, followed by an audience Q&A. After his talk, Christopher will have a signing line where he will personalize and take photos with attendees, if they wish!

This event will be held at Community Christian Church in the theater (1635 Emerson Lane), and pre-registration is required as space is limited.




More about Fractal Noise 

A new blockbuster science fiction adventure from world-wide phenomenon and #1 New York Times bestseller Christopher Paolini, set in the world of New York Times and USA Today bestseller To Sleep in a Sea of Stars.

July 25th, 2234: The crew of the Adamura discovers the Anomaly.

On the seemingly uninhabited planet Talos VII:a circular pit, 50 kilometers wide.

Its curve not of nature, but design.

Now, a small team must land and journey on foot across the surface to learn who built the hole and why.

But they all carry the burdens of lives carved out on disparate colonies in the cruel cold of space.

For some the mission is the dream of the lifetime, for others a risk not worth taking, and for one it is a desperate attempt to find meaning in an uncaring universe.

Each step they take toward the mysterious abyss is more punishing than the last.

And the ghosts of their past follow.


The Fractalverse Series:

To Sleep in a Sea of Stars

Fractal Noise


About the Author

Christopher Paolini, firstborn of Kenneth and Talita. Creator of the World of Eragon and the Fractalverse. Holder of the Guinness World Record for youngest author of a bestselling series. Qualified for marksman in the Australian army. Scottish Laird. Dodged gunfire . . . more than once. As a child, was chased by a moose in Alaska. Has his name inscribed on Mars. Husband. Father. Asker of questions and teller of stories.