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Faithful Readers… So Many Books!

We have a fall full of reading ahead of us.  The group gathers for discussion at Barnes and Noble Bookseller Cafe on Promenade in Eagan.  We meet the 3rd Sunday of the month at 6:30 p.m.  All are welcome!  Let’s read, faithfully!

 

May 21:  The Mothers  by Brit Bennett                                                                                                                 This is a debut novel. It is a story about young love, a big secret in a small community and the things that ultimately haunt us the most.

June 18:  The Nest  by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeny                                                                                                       A warm, funny and perceptive story about four adult siblings and the fate of the shared inheritance that has shaped their choices and their lives.

July 16:  The Other Einstein  by Marie Benedict                                                                                                   The story of Mitza Maric, she is the wife of Albert Einstein. She was a brilliant physicist in her  own right. They had a partnership of the mind and the heart, but is there room for more than  one genius in a marriage.

August 20:  The Husband’s Secret  by Liane Moriarty                                                                                            At the heart of this book is a letter that is not meant to be read….

September 17:   Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End  by Atul Gawande                         Making more informed choices at the end of life

October 15:  The Wives of Los Alamos  by TaraShea Nesbit                                                                                 In 1943 families of mathematicians and scientists, were escorted under a high security move to Los Alamos, New Mexico. The wives live in isolation. The novel reads like a collective diary of hundreds of wives.

November 19:  A Man Called Ove  by Fredrik Backman                                                                                      The man whose name is Ove is a curmudgeon. He’s grumpy. He’s cantankerous. And he is a delight.

December:  No meeting  Share a favorite book with a friend.

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