Description: The Book Club meets every 6 weeks to discuss a current book for review. If you like to read and to talk about books this is for you – or you can just listen to what others have to say. Give it a go.
Coordinator: Alan Corkhill
Day: See list below
Time: 9:30 am
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Cormac McCarthy, “The Road” (2006)
Book List 2023
Cormac Mcarthy, “The Road” (2006) [a dystopian tale of a father and son on a post-apocalyptic road journey by a Pulitzer Prize winner] MARCH 30
Philip Kerr, “Greeks Bearing Gifts” (2018) [a thriller by a prize-winning British author about a Social Democrat German detective trying to weave a path through the nazification of the Berlin police force] MAY 11
Damon Galgut, “In A Strange Room” (2010) [a novel by a Booker prize-winning Pretorian-born writer about a post-Apartheid white man who drifts across Greece and Africa looking for meaning] JUNE 22
Elizabeth Gilbert, “The Signature of All Things” (2013) [an historical novel about a globetrotting female botanist in search of the mysteries of evolution by a prize-winning American author] AUGUST 2
Anthony Doerr, “All the Light We Cannot See” (2014) [ a story by a Politzer prize-winning author about the intersecting lives of a blind French girl and a German boy in occupied France] SEPTEMBER 14
Jack Serong, “The Rules of Backyard Cricket” (2016) [a fictionalised true story about competitive sport, rivalry and assertive masculinity by a multiple-award winning Australian writer] OCTOBER 19
Maggie O’Farrell, “Hamnet” (2020) [an imaginative reconstruction of the life of Shakespeare’s only son by a prize-winning Ulster author] NOVEMBER 30