Thanks to everyone who took part in our discussion, both in the comment section of SeniorPlanet.org and during our first meeting about Zoom about our first book club book, "Tepper Doesn't Go Out" by Calvin Trillin.
Now it's time to select our next lecture!
If you find yourself having a lot more time on your hands these days, you're in the perfect position to socialize with some tea (or something stiffer) and dive into it great book with other Senior Planet readers . Every Tuesday we post a thread on SeniorPlanet.org inviting your comments on the next part of the book and then organizing a discussion about Zoom the last week of reading the book together.
But first! We've put together a shortlist of four compelling books suggested by our members, and it's up to you to choose which ones to read next. Read on for more information on each book, then take the poll at the end and tell us: What should the Senior Planet Book Club read next?
We will announce the result of the poll, in addition to how you can access a copy of the chosen book this Tuesday!
The Dutch House by Ann Patchett
“At the end of World War II, Cyril Conroy combines happiness and a single smart investment to start a huge real estate empire that his family floats from poverty to enormous wealth. His first assignment is to buy the Dutch House, a lush estate in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia. Intended as a surprise to his wife, the house sets in motion the demise of everyone he loves. & # 39; ̵
I Remember Nothing: and Other Reflections by Nora Ephron
“Nora Ephron returns with her first book since the amazing success of I Feel Bad About My Neck they have a cool, harsh, hilarious look at the past, present and future, complain about the vicissitudes of modern life, and recall everything she has not (yet) forgotten about her distinctive clarity and wisdom. – GoodReads.com
And After the Fire by Lauren Belfer
“The New York Times- bestselling author of A Fierce Radiance and City of Light returns with a new powerful and passionate novel – inspired by historical events – about two women, one European and one American, and the mysterious choir masterpiece by Johann Sebastian Bach that changes their lives. – GoodReads.com
American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson
& # 39; What if your sense of duty requires you to betray the man you love? A woman struggles to choose between her honor and her heart in this captivating spy drama that skilfully jumps between New York and West Africa. & # 39; – GoodReads.com
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