We meet between 7:00 and 9:00 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the Boardroom at the Beddington Theatre Arts Centre.
Questions? Contact Cindy: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our July 16 book will be Who Has Seen the Wind by W. O. Mitchell.
“As we enter the world of four-year-old Brian O’Connal, his father the druggist, his Uncle Sean, his mother, and his formidable Scotch grandmother (“she belches…a lot”), it soon becomes clear that this is no ordinary book. As we watch Brian grow up, the prairie and its surprising inhabitants like the Ben and Saint Sammy – and the rich variety of small-town characters – become unforgettable…” – Goodreads.com.
Our August 20 book will be Hold Tight by Harlan Coben.
“Tia and Mike Baye never imagined they’d become the type of overprotective parents who spy on their kids. But their sixteen-year-old son Adam has been unusually distant lately, and after the suicide of his classmate Spencer Hill — the latest in a string of issues at school — they can’t help but worry. They install a sophisticated spy program on Adam’s computer, and within days they are jolted by a message from an unknown correspondent addressed to their son — ‘Just stay quiet and all safe.’
Meanwhile, browsing through an online memorial for Spencer put together by his classmates, Betsy Hill is struck by a photo that appears to have been taken on the night of her son’s death and he wasn’t alone. She thinks it is Adam Baye standing just outside the camera’s range; but when Adam goes missing, it soon becomes clear that something deep and sinister has infected their community. …” (Goodreads.com)
Our September 17 book will be Kindred by Octavia Butler.
“Dana is a 26-year old black woman married to a white man, Kevin. It is 1976. Suddenly, Dana finds herself on a slave plantation in the early 1800s. How did she get here and how does she get home again? Dana is pulled back and forth in time for varying amounts of time as she tries to figure out what’s going on. She seems drawn to a white boy, Rufus, son of the plantation owner. Each time Dana is pulled back in time, she learns more and more about what’s going on. She seems drawn to a white boy, Rufus, son of the plantation owner. Each time Dana is pulled back in time, she learns more and more about how to literally survive in this time, all the while witnessing, and being right in the middle of, the horrors of slavery…” (From LibraryCin’s (my) review on goodreads.com.)
Our October 15 book will be “The Perfect Nanny” by Leila Slimani