Our fall-winter title selections take us across the globe, to the moon and back.
We'll read and discuss Zora Neale Hurston's classic Their Eyes Were Watching God. As a Florida-based book club, ZNH, already revered, holds an extra-special place in our literary hearts.
The Moon and Sixpence will serve as a two-fer. This slim novel will be our first exposure to W. Somerset Maugham. Bonus: the main character is a riff on Paul Gaugin.
Not only have we read Julian Barnes' Sense of an Ending, the ballots showed that we overwhelmingly want to read his latest, The Only Story. Barnes now joins Steinbeck in our catalog as an author we entrust.
Chapter Endnotes recuperates after a season of festive family and friends time. Deck you bookcase with your choice.
The New York Public Library recently showcased an exhibit with wonderful letters and interesting ephemera featuring the late Tom Wolfe. His writing, like the exhibit, had all The Right Stuff.