Discussible Choices: What Are You Reading? May 2012

Congratulations to Libby and The Minoa Book Club for winning the random drawings for this month’s Discussible Book Choice!

“We liked The Best of Times by Penny Vincenzi, because we like "ripples" – what happens if you're not there or here – interesting concept. We wished the author had spent more time on some characters and less on others, but overall, very good.”

Libby, The Minoa Book Club, Minoa, NY

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“We loved Night Road by Kristin Hannah. We all have teenagers, and the story was very powerful. After telling my children about it at the dinner table, my kids thought the book should be High School required reading.”

Dani, Glen Rock Readers, Glen Rock, NY

Last Train to Paradise by Les Standiford is our most discussible book for this far in 2012. It was fascinating, well-written and close-to-home for all of us. The author really did a great job of bringing the challenges, weather, and workers to life in the extraordinary book.”

Cheryl, Palm Beaches Book CLub, West Palm Beach, FL

“A wonderful book for book club discussion is Elizabeth Berg's The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted. It's a book of short stories, all about woman and their relationship to their friends, to their husbands and families, and to themselves. Each story is a discussion in itself, and there's a great guide at the back of the book.”

Barbara, Dames with Wine and Proses, Plano, TX

Language of Flowers

Kathleen, B & B Club, Milwaukee, WI




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