Book Birthday Bash: The Hidden Code

Book Birthday Bash


The Hidden Code by P.J. HooverHappy Book Birthday to THE HIDDEN CODE!

This young adult novel is Lara Croft meets The Da Vinci Code for teens!

We’re so happy you’re at our party for THE HIDDEN CODE. Join in the fun…


At Easton Estate, the home of Hannah Hawkins, the main character of the book. The estate is huge and has been in her family for generations.


Think “Indiana Jones” type adventure music


Lots of desserts (including S’mores Cake-in-a-jar and Cheesecake) since both Lucas and Ethan love dessert (two of the main characters in the book), vegetarian fare for Hannah, and popcorn for the author πŸ™‚


Escape room fun! Parts of the house have been made into separate escape rooms and the guests get to try to find their way out.


Moleskin notebooks for everyone! (Not because they feature in the book but because I always wanted to give these out as gifts and party favors but they are way too expensive πŸ™‚ )

THE HIDDEN CODE is written by P. J. Hoover and published by Cbay Books. You can buy this book at the retailers below…

P.J. Hoover

P.J. Hoover

P. J. (Tricia) Hoover wanted to be a Jedi, but when that didn’t work out, she became an electrical engineer instead. After a fifteen year bout designing computer chips for a living, P. J. started creating worlds of her own. She’s the award-winning author of THE HIDDEN CODE, a Da Vinci Code-style young adult adventure with a kick-butt heroine, and TUT: THE STORY OF MY IMMORTAL LIFE, featuring a fourteen-year-old King Tut who’s stuck in middle school. When not writing, P. J. spends time practicing kung fu, fixing things around the house, and solving Rubik’s cubes. For more information about P. J. (Tricia) Hoover, please visit her website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Did you have fun at the party? Tell the author in the comments!

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One Response

  1. Popcorn for sure! Love adventures like these, thanks for sharing ladies!

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