Congratulations to Mary Kay and The Day Book Club for winning the
drawings for this month’s Discussible Book Choice!
We enjoy hearing from book club members who share with everyone the book choices
that made for lively discussions.. Please let us know what about the book contributed to your great
discussion – you may win a book-related prize for every member of your
“We read Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand. The discussion
about prisoner of war camps, human cruelty and survival were among the topics we
discussed. Great book. Long, but riveting and well researched.”
Mary Kay, The Day Book Club, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
More Discussible Book Choices
“Our book club was reading Saturday Wife, by Naomi Ragan.
It was a very hot topic. There was so much to talk about. We also had a few women
that were insulted, even though it was a satire. Our book club won
Night Road by Kristin Hannah from you. We found this book
had so much to discuss. The book touched each of in so many ways. The book could
have come out of the headlines of today. A lot of us said that we cried by the tragedy
of what happened with these three young people and how it affected them. A book
well worth the read. Kristin Hannah knows how to pull you into her story and have
it touch you some way. Thank you for the pleasure of reading this book, and we all
want to thank you for choosing us to read the book.”
Diane, The Camden Library Book Club, Kingsland, GA
“In February we read John Irving's Last Night in Twisted River.
Much grumbling was heard, because it was 500+ pages and difficult to get into.
It proved not as bad as anticipated. Knowledge about the log industry was
enlightening, but the menu choices made us all hungry. Insightful in relationships,
secrets and a semi-autobiographical book made for a 6 on our rating scale out of
10 (10 being the best read).”
Gretchen, Northpark Book Club, Covington, LA
“Kristen Hannah, Jodi Picole, J.D Robb Series, Lisa Scottoline”
Lisa, Paperback Outlet, Warren, MI