The parking lot was packed. The store was packed. More than 400 people waited in line inside the Barnes & Noble on Swedesford Road in Wayne to have a chance to meet their philisophical hero and have him sign a copy of his new novel Agenda 21.
The line moved with military precision and an incredible 400 people made it to the table where Glenn Beck was seated and signing and signing and signing copies of his new book.
Barnes and Noble and Beck's own security team kept the line moving. Everyone who came met the author and got his autograph on the title page of his $26 hardback book. It took less than an hour and 15 minutes to move everyone through the line and get Beck back on the road for his third book signing of the day in Harrisburg.
Pat Gray, a long time Beck on-air partner and host of shows on Beck's online Blaze TV network is also on the book tour. He was able to take time to talk, sign books and pose for photos with fans. After greeting fans as they left the book signing area, Gray eventually moved to a table by the front door to also sign copies of Beck's book.
Beck was only able to sign books, shake hands and wish fans a Merry Christmas as the line was in nearly continuous motion from the time Beck sat down to the time he greeted the last fan just before 6 p.m.
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