Brought to you by Arlington Public Library, this author talk features Leopoldo Gout, author of the acclaimed young-adult Genius trilogy.
Leopoldo Gout is a Mexican-born author, artist and filmmaker. After studying in London, he produced the award-winning film "Days of Grace," which A.O. Scott of the New York Times called "potent and vigorous." He is the executive producer of the sci-fi drama Zoo on CBS and has partnered with James Patterson Entertainment to produce "Maximum Ride." Most recently, he was executive producer for the Oscar-nominated film "Molly's Game." He resides in New York City with his wife and two children.
The final book in the Genius trilogy, "The Revolution" is the story of three teen geniuses from diverse backgrounds who must take down an online terrorist ring, rescue an imprisoned father, and prepare for their final showdown with a misguided mastermind.
This event is recommended for adults and children in Grade 6 or higher.
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