Book Club Schedule for 2014

The drawing end of 2013 brings thoughts of  next year and
the books we’re going to read!  The book club voted on these.

For December of this year, we are reading Beethoven’s Hair
by Russell Martin.  Will review it soon.  And next year’s books:

Jan 21   Kingsolver, Barbara       Flight Behavior
Feb 18   Sklooti, Rebecca             The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Mar 18  Roth, Philip                     The Human Stain
Apr 15   Millard, Candace            Destiny of the Republic: a Tale of
Madness, Medicine, and the Murder of a President

May 20  Smith, Hedrick              Who Stole the American Dream?
Jun 17    King, Ross                      Leonardo and the Last Supper
Jul 15     Bohjalian, Chris             The Sand Castle Girls
Aug 19   Mann, Thomas              The Magic Mountain

Sep 16   Stedman, M. L.              The Light Between Oceans
Oct 21   Hillenbrand, Laura         Unbroken
Nov 18  Joyce, Rachel                  The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
Dec 16   Gladwell, Malcolm         Outliers: The Story of Success

Have you read any of these?  Join us—the third Tuesday evening
of each month . . .

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2 Responses to Book Club Schedule for 2014

  1. FictionFan says:

    Sounds like an interesting bunch. I’ve only read two – the Roth, whose writing I hugely admire though sometimes I don’t like the stories much. And the Harold Fry book – I’m afraid I really disliked that one, but most people seemed to love it. I’ll be interested to hear what you think of them all.

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