Friday, May 04, 2018

MAY READING GROUP UPDATE








Reading groups are light this month with only three scheduled. The books selected range from a fairy tale inspired book set in medieval Russia, a romance in Havana, and a non-fiction account of drugs and violence in Los Angeles. Here we go!


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What are your reading groups discussing in May? Do you have any titles to recommend?

10 comments:

  1. Looking forward to your thoughts on all three books as well as reports on how the discussions went. :-)

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  2. I will be curious to see how you enjoy The Bear & The Nightingale by Katherine Arden... I haven't read this book, but have heard good things about it!

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    1. Oh, I loved it! We already discussed it last Wednesday and my review is coming soon.

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  3. My, I wish I were near your area for the Kermit Alexander book discussion! That sounds like a doozy. I had not heard of that one before, but now I think I must read it. What a tragic tale. thx for the tip.

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    1. That would be great, to have you there! I am curious about the things I will learn about my city. I think it will be pretty dark, or as you say, a doozy!

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  4. As usual, it sounds like you have an interesting mix. I'll be looking forward to your reviews.

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  5. Judy, my church's book club just met to discuss the inspirational God's Smuggler by Brother Andrew. Next we are reading Vanishing Grace by Philip Yancey. Happy book club reading!

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    1. Thank you Jessica. I hope your discussion was a good one.

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