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The Curse of the Book Club

Joining a book club was never very appealing — it means you are forced to read outside of your comfort zone, in a specific time restraint and have to interact with other bibliophiles who have differing and often infuriating opinions. 382 more words

Review of "The Jane Austen Book Club" by Karen Joy Fowler

The Jane Austen Book Club

by Karen Joy Fowler

Having been a fan of Jane Austen since before she became popular via movies based on her books, I hesitated to read this for years. 198 more words

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler

I have mixed feelings about We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler I didn’t hate it but I am not sure I really liked it either. 302 more words


The Acts of Titling and Organization

Michael Wells posted a great question/thought on the main Book Club page

On another note, I’m wondering what people are thinking as they are reading into Hourglass Museum.

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Book Review: The Butterfly Effect, How Your Life Matters

Talk about being moved to tears. The whole time I read The Butterfly Effect, How Your Life Matters I just kept saying wow, literally to the point my husband was annoyed. 254 more words


Book Club: The Joke by Milan Kundera (Review)*

I’m very pleased to announce the 2nd review from KAREL GEUDENS is in! He puts a lot of time and effort in his reviews so I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I do! 937 more words


'Bedlam: London and Its Mad' by Catharine Arnold

Mental Health and particularly the treatment of the mentally ill is something that fascinates me. When I discovered this book, I could not wait to read it. 321 more words

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