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Old 30th Sep 2007, 19:25   #1
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Default The Book Group: November 2007 - March 2008

From the top, people, once Yates has run his course, we'll be discussing:













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Old 30th Sep 2007, 19:29   #2
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Hey, this may not be the most democratic way - but I really like the choices. Well done!
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Default Re: The Book Group: November 2007 - March 2008

These Amazon images are very slow for me today (I've noticed that on their website too), so just to clarify for anyone like me who can't see them:

Nov 07: Emile Zola: Therese Raquin

Dec 07: Graham Greene: The Power and the Glory

Jan 08: John McGahern: Amongst Women

Feb 08: Nicola Barker: Clear

Mar 08: Michael Ondaatje: Anil's Ghost

Apr 08: Roddy Doyle: A Star Called Henry
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Lovely. The only one I know I'm going to bow out on is the Roddy Doyle. I *hate* that book. Sorry. :)
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I'm a bit excited about the Greene... will check out the others.
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Well, you could join in (not re-reading it necessarily) and explain all the things you don't like about it
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Very true Col. It is a while since I read it, I might have a flick through again. If I can stand it without chucking it out the window.
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What a great list! Thanks.
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Oh, first big smile of the day at these. Goody!
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Yes indeed. I am really looking forward to Therese Racquin, which I've had on the shelf for ages. The perfect excuse to pick it up. Yum!
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