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Simply Books! September Meeting

It’s that time again!  After a nice summer break, the Simply Books group got together this past weekend and had a two-hour long discussion.  Once you see the titles on the list, you’ll appreciate how much fascinating discussion fodder we had!

As ever, we had a nice mix of non-fiction and fiction to talk about.  The nonfiction topics included neuroscience, futurism, positivity, literary companion books, and transgender issues.  The fiction spanned contemporary and historical, character-based and plot-based, established authors and new favorites.

Without further ado, the September Simply Books! list.  Clicking on the cover image will take you to the Shelfari Page for the book.

RobertBParkerThe Robert B. Parker Companion by Dean James

She'sNotThereShe’s Not There: A Life in Two Genders by Jennifer Finney Boylan

ParlorGamesParlor Games by Maryka Biaggio

SuspectSuspect by Robert Crais

Perfume collectorThe Perfume Collector by Kathleen Tessaro

Gone GirlGone Girl by Gillian Flynn

AndthemountainsAnd the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini

How to create a mindHow to Create a Mind: The Secret of Human Thought Revealed by Ray Kurzweil

PositivityPositivity by Barbara Fredrickson

PanopticonThe Panopticon by Jenni Fagan

Our schedule for 2013-2014 is up here on the blog, and I’ll be updating the Shelfari page, too.  Our next meeting will be Saturday, October 5th at 2pm in the Jean Picker Room.  Please email me at mstickney@librarycamden.org with any questions!

–Marie

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2 thoughts on “Simply Books! September Meeting

    1. Hi! Thanks for your interest! 🙂

      With Simply Books, we haven’t got a reading list. We all simply talk about whatever book we’re reading at the moment, or what we’ve just read and would like to talk about. So you can feel free to join us next month with whatever book you’d like to share!

      Marie

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