Friday Morning Bookclub

June 26, 2010

Here Are Some Of The Books You Can Look Forward To Reading This Year

Filed under: What is next?? — susanbright @ 4:42 pm

We have had so many wonderful recommendations from our bloggers. Please keep them coming! Here is what we have so far for those of you that like to plan ahead!

July-Moloka’i- by Alan Brennert- Hopefully you are reading this one and know exactly what it is about!

August-  The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield – A Gothic novel about a famous writer and the young women she commissions to write her biography.

September- Little Bee by Chris Cleave- The story of a young Nigerian girl, a wealthy British couple and a brutal event that changes their lives forever.

October- My Name is Mary Sutter by Robin Oliveira- A historical fiction about a midwife, Mary Sutter who dreams of becoming a doctor and travels to Washington to help care for the wounded soldiers during the Civil War.

Some other books we are considering are:

The Space Between Us

Ahab’s Wife

Cutting For Stone

So Big

The Postmistress


1 Comment »

  1. My group read Cutting for Stone and really liked it.We also had a great discussion.We had a really interesting discussion about The Stone Diaries even though I didn’t like the book but many other people liked it. I mentioned Pat Conroy’s Beach Music as a good summer read. It was another really good discussion and a unanimous favorite.
    Hi Jean, it’s been a long time since Pinewood Elementary and baseball with our boys. Cathy Junkin

    Comment by Cathy Junkin — June 27, 2010 @ 11:16 am | Reply

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