Friday Morning Bookclub

May 19, 2010

Very Interesting Question From Random House!

Filed under: Random House — susanbright @ 6:28 pm
 
If you and your book club could visit the setting of any one of the books that you’ve read—whether it be real or imaginary, past, present, or future—where would it be, and why? And what would you do on your visit? Share with us here.

What do you think? Send an answer to Random House and you may just win a free book. Be sure to post your answer on the blog also!

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  1. We have read so many historical fiction books, I am not sure I would want to go back in time to any of those settings, many of which were pretty scary and violent times. Think about One Thousand White Women, Sarah’s Key, The Heretic’s Daughter, A Thousand Splendid Suns, Beneath a Marble Sky and the Book Thief to name a few. As interesting as it was to be placed in those worlds, through the stories of the characters, would you really want to experience them for yourself? I guess, each time I read a book of this kind, I was always left, feeling so grateful that we live in different times and circumstances. I was appreciative to be able to visit those settings, in a virtual way.

    Having said all that, I recently read “The French Gardener” by Santa Montefiore, which takes place in contemporary times, mostly in the garden and garden cottage of an English country house. Being a garden lover, that would definitely be a setting where I would like to spend some time. If you have not read this book, it is a great summer read… think about putting it on your list for this summer.

    Comment by janinefrier — May 21, 2010 @ 9:01 am | Reply


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