Friday Morning Bookclub

July 27, 2010

The Thirteenth Tale

Filed under: The Thirteenth Tale — susanbright @ 9:45 pm

I am really looking forward to discussing this month’s book, The Thirteenth Tale! I don’t want to say too much, because I know that not everyone has finished it yet. Don’t worry…. there are no spoilers in this post! As soon as I finished The Thirteenth Tale, I found myself flipping back to chapter one and skimming it again looking for “clues”. My book is full of book marks!  Every once in a while, someone comes to our meeting having not finished the book. This is one of those books that you have to finish prior to discussing! It is a must read! The more I think about the book, the more intrigued I am.

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  1. Hi Susan,

    I am so glad you felt the same way about the book! I told Audrey I worry as your book club has taken our suggestions but so far all is good!! It is an awesome book to discuss and as many members of my book club said “I may never have read it if not for someone picking it as our choice that month!!”

    We just finished Look Again – which will be a good discussion book about “what would you do if” and was an easy read for the summer!

    Nancy

    Comment by Nancy Singer — July 28, 2010 @ 11:34 am | Reply

    • Nancy,You are the second person to mention Look Again.It must be good!Thanks for your suggestions.

      Comment by susanbright — July 28, 2010 @ 11:58 am | Reply


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