Tuesday, May 9th at 7pm,
we will discuss
"Life after Life"
by Julia Stuart. 

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From Goodreads:
"On a cold and snowy night in 1910, Ursula Todd is born, the third child of a wealthy English banker and his wife. Sadly, she dies before she can draw her first breath. On that same cold and snowy night, Ursula Todd is born, lets out a lusty wail, and embarks upon a life that will be, to say the least, unusual. 

For as she grows, she also dies, repeatedly, in any number of ways. Clearly history (and Kate Atkinson) have plans for her: In Ursula rests nothing less than the fate of civilization."


Graphic Novel

Tuesday, April 18th at 7pm,
we will discuss
"American Born Chinese"
by Gene Yang.

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Review from Goodreads:
"Three stories of quiet power unfurl--the Monkey King, who undertakes a quest for dominance after a slight by the gods; Jin Wang, the title character and one of a handful of Asian students at his elementary school, trying to maneuver through bullies, love, and American culture; and Danny, a white teenager, and his Chinese cousin, Chin-kee, the embodiment of the racist Chinese stereotype. All three stories intersect in the climax, with one twist that is predictable (but powerful) and another that is completely unexpected."


Fantasy & Sci-Fi

Tuesday, May 23rd at 7pm,
we will discuss
"Ascension" by
Jacqueline Koyanagi.

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Synopsis from Amazon:
"Alana Quick is the best damned sky surgeon in Heliodor City, but repairing starship engines barely pays the bills. When the desperate crew of a cargo vessel stops by her shipyard looking for her spiritually-advanced sister Nova, Alana stows away. But the Tangled Axon proves to be more than star-watching and plasma coils. The chief engineer thinks he's a wolf. The pilot fades in and out of existence. The captain is all blond hair, boots, and ego... and Alana can't keep her eyes off her. But there's little time for romance: Nova's in danger and someone will do anything — even destroying planets — to get their hands on her!"



Young Adult

Tuesday May 2nd at 7pm,
we will discuss
"Parable of the Sower"
by Octavia Butler. 

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Please note:
This novel is considered Young Adult by many sources, but we respect the right of each family to decide what is appropriate for their children. If your minor child wishes to attend our group discussion, please read or research the book and decide if it is appropriate for them. If you give permission (and you will not also be attending), please send an email to 
advising your permission.
Thank you!