book groups

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.

February 24  –  The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict

March 31  –  Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

April 24   –  The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

May 26  –  The Thursday Night Murder Club by Richard Osman

June 30  –  The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

July 28  –  The Painted House by John Grisham

August 25  –  Remember by Lisa Genova

September 29 –  Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin

October 27  –  Hell of a Book by Jason Mott

November 17  –  What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.

February 24  –  The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict

March 31  –  Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

April 24   –  The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

May 26  –  The Thursday Night Murder Club by Richard Osman

June 30  –  The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

July 28  –  The Painted House by John Grisham

August 25  –  Remember by Lisa Genova

September 29 –  Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin

October 27  –  Hell of a Book by Jason Mott

November 17  –  What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.

February 24  –  The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict

March 31  –  Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

April 24   –  The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

May 26  –  The Thursday Night Murder Club by Richard Osman

June 30  –  The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

July 28  –  The Painted House by John Grisham

August 25  –  Remember by Lisa Genova

September 29 –  Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin

October 27  –  Hell of a Book by Jason Mott

November 17  –  What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.

February 24  –  The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict

March 31  –  Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

April 24   –  The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

May 26  –  The Thursday Night Murder Club by Richard Osman

June 30  –  The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

July 28  –  The Painted House by John Grisham

August 25  –  Remember by Lisa Genova

September 29 –  Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin

October 27  –  Hell of a Book by Jason Mott

November 17  –  What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.   The first meeting of the year is all about creating the list for the remainder of 2022.  Each member is asked to bring a book to suggest (please read it before you recommend it).  At the conclusion of the meeting, we will have a list of what we are reading…and who is bringing snacks!

 

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.

February 24  –  The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict

March 31  –  Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

April 24   –  The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich

May 26  –  The Thursday Night Murder Club by Richard Osman

June 30  –  The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

July 28  –  The Painted House by John Grisham

August 25  –  Remember by Lisa Genova

September 29 –  Fresh Water for Flowers by Valerie Perrin

October 27  –  Hell of a Book by Jason Mott

November 17  –  What Are You Going Through by Sigrid Nunez

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group  meets the last Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m.   Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, this month, the group will meet on November 18.

We will be discussing Interior Chinatown written by Charles Yu.

 

Here is what folks are saying about Interior Chinatown: NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER • From the infinitely inventive author of How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, a deeply personal novel about race, pop culture, immigration, assimilation, and escaping the roles we are forced to play.

“One of the funniest books of the year…. A delicious, ambitious Hollywood satire.” —The Washington Post

Willis Wu doesn’t perceive himself as the protagonist in his own life: he’s merely Generic Asian Man. Sometimes he gets to be Background Oriental Making a Weird Face or even Disgraced Son, but always he is relegated to a prop. Yet every day, he leaves his tiny room in a Chinatown SRO and enters the Golden Palace restaurant, where Black and White, a procedural cop show, is in perpetual production. He’s a bit player here, too, but he dreams of being Kung Fu Guy—the most respected role that anyone who looks like him can attain. Or is it?  After stumbling into the spotlight, Willis finds himself launched into a wider world than he’s ever known, discovering not only the secret history of Chinatown, but the buried legacy of his own family. Infinitely inventive and deeply personal, exploring the themes of pop culture, assimilation, and immigration—Interior Chinatown is Charles Yu’s most moving, daring, and masterful novel yet.

Source: Publisher

 

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group  meets the last Thursday of every month at 4:30 p.m.   This month, the group will meet on October 28.   If the weather is perfect, we will consider meeting outside of the Library in the garden.  If not, we will be in the Community Room.

We will be discussing The Mystery of Mrs. Christie written by Marie Benedict.

 

 

 

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group  meets the last Thursday of every month at 4:30 p.m.   This month, the group will meet on September 30.   If the weather is perfect, we will consider meeting outside of the Library in the garden.

We will be discussing Go Tell it on the Mountain and/or Nobody Knows My Name by James Baldwin.

 

 

 

 

EVENING BOOK GROUP

The Evening Book Group usually meets the last Thursday of every month at 6:00 p.m.   This month, the group will meet on August 26 at 4:30 pm.   If the weather is perfect, we will consider meeting outside of the Library in the garden.

We will be discussing A Yellow Raft in Blue Water by Michael Dorris.

 

It tells the story of three generations of Native American women: Rayona, who is half African-American, her mother Christine, and Christine’s mother Aunt Ida. The story is told in three distinct sections, one for each woman. Throughout the book, themes of family, identity, and heritage are highlighted and examined.

 

 

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