Maisie Williams' new comedy Two Weeks to Live sees the Game of Thrones star play a girl named Kim who has lived in a cabin for 16 years, and enters the real world – only to be told in a prank that everyone is going to die in two weeks due to a nuclear fallout.
Kim has a book full of 'normal girl' things that she wants to do with her time, such as going to the pub, watching rom-coms and doing karaoke.
And when it came to creating the actual book prop, the team went to some darkly comic places to make sure it contained all sorts of interesting titbits.
Speaking exclusively to Digital Spy, Maisie said: "Fun fact, the book was full of all of these doodles and things that she had created while she was in confinement and one of them was how to make a pie out of birds that you shoot from the sky.
"It's really cute, and it was like collect this much flour and put the butter in here and then do this and get this from mum. It was really cute. The book had a lot of character."
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