Hello Book Clubbers
Our last book 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being' by Milan Kundera provoked huge amounts of discussion and strong emotions! A book that was totally life changing for some and a waste of a week for others!
Christmas at Book Club
It is now time to talk about Christmas! We’ll be having our Book Club Christmas special on Wednesday 11th December, 7.30 at the Crucible Corner. We will be having food and a Christmas book swap. We have booked a table and they are going to give us the menu beforehand (they have not yet emailed it so we will send it in a separate email). The 'Book swap' is simple, bring a book, receive a book. A few rules; it must be a book you would like someone to read rather than one you just want to get rid of, it can't be a previous book club book and it needs to be wrapped. If you would like to join us then please let us know and we can add you to the list. Normal Book Club resumes in January. If you haven't been before you are more than welcome to turn up for the Christmas one.
The Big Book
This is an extra book club that happens every 3-4 months on the 4th wednesday of the month. It gives us a chance to read a bigger book!
January 22nd - A Tale of two Cities by Charles Dickens
Bookclubbers at the pub, plain and simple. Next one is THIS Saturday 30th November, 8pm at the Red Deer pub in town.
Film club last Friday was great. 'The Usual Suspects' and 'Airplane' turned out to be a great combination! Next is Sunday 8th December - Watching the new Dracula film at the Showroom cinema in town, 2.00pm. Click here to book your ticket.
New Book List
January - The day of the triffids by John Wyndham
February - Death of a Red Heroine by Qui Xiaolong
March - Perfume by Patric Suskind
April - Of mice and men by John Steinbeck
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Happy Reading! And book wrapping!
Rachel & Emily