Friday Morning Bookclub

March 15, 2010

Trivia 200

Filed under: Trivia — susanbright @ 6:21 pm

The main character of this funny little book loves reading as well as walking her corgis.

Hint: She borrows her books from the local book mobile!

Thank you Audrey! The Uncommon Reader by Ann  Bennett is a quirky story about Queen Elizabeth, who while chasing after her corgis stumbles upon a local book mobile. Once she starts reading, she is hooked and reading adds a whole new dimension to her life.  This book is a quick and fun read.

3 Comments »

  1. Susan this was a really hard question. I just got home from Mahjongg and read the trivia question, usually I get the answer pretty fast. I would not go up to bed until I got the answer-(I can be pretty competitive)— I remember it had to do with the Queen (corgi’s), but I could not remember the title!! I sat at my computer with the book list and went down every title, and when I got to one I couldn’t remember I googled it- well 25 minutes later… Viola The Uncommon Reader… Now I’m going to bed. Goodnight.

    Comment by Audrey — March 17, 2010 @ 11:04 pm | Reply

  2. Audrey, The Uncommon Reader is correct. I am so glad that this trivia question challenged you. You are tough to stump!

    Comment by susanbright — March 18, 2010 @ 11:27 am | Reply

  3. Audrey – I am really impressed! I didn’t know the answer – so I just gave up. The Uncommon Reader was one of your books before I joined book club.

    Comment by Esther — March 18, 2010 @ 5:56 pm | Reply


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