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Simply Books! April Meeting

There were LOTS of books discussed at our last meeting.  Which is awesome, of course.  I just didn’t get the chance to write down too much about them because I was having too much fun listening to the group talk.  We had three new people join us, and I do hope they’ll be back next month!  There were lots of laughs at this meeting, many stories told and nonstop conversation.  Nobody wanted to stop–the conversations continued for quite a while after the meeting ended!

Look after the jump for the books that were shared this month.  It’s a fantastic mix, including literary fiction, memoir, mystery, academic works, and cooking memoirs.  As I said last time, this group just gets smarter and more dynamic every time we meet, and we’re all getting to be real pals.

What more could a librarian and reader ask of a book group?

Here’s our list for April!

Spectator Bird

The Spectator Bird by Wallace Stegner

Englishpatient

The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje

Fate of Mercy Alban

The Fate of Mercy Alban by Wendy Webb

Summer We Read Gatsby

The Summer We Read Gatsby by Danielle Ganek

To the land of the cattails

To the Land of the Cattails by Aharon Appelfeld

Story of a Life

Story of a Life by Aharon Appelfeld

A Time of Gifts

A Time of Gifts: On Foot to Constantinople by Patrick Leigh Fermor

Evening

Evening by Susan Minot

Paris a love story

Paris: A Love Story by Kati Marton

Sweet Tooth

Sweet Tooth by Ian McEwan

Taken at the flood

Taken at the Flood by Agatha Christie

Burgess boys

The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout

American PIe

American Pie: A Slice of Life (and Pie) from America’s Back Roads by Pascale Le Draoulec

Eat my words

Eat My Words: Reading Women’s Lives Through the Cookbooks they Wrote by Janet Theophano

The-Earth-is-Enough

The Earth is Enough: Growing up in a World of Flyfishing, Trout, and Old Men by Harry Middleton

Prague Winter

Prague Winter by Madeleine Albright

Governing the world

Governing the World: The Rise and Fall of an Idea, 1815-Present by Mark Mazower

Grand Pursuit

Grand Pursuit: A History of Economic Genius by Sylvia Nasar

And there we have it.  Our next meeting is scheduled for Saturday,  May 4th at 2pm.

–Marie

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