We’re reading a Nobel prize winner this month (not Kissinger’s biography you’ll be relieved to hear). The author is Alice Munro and the book is Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage which is a collection of short stories. The general feeling is that it won’t be necessary to read all the stories but so long as everyone has read some of them we’ll make a go of it. I would reccomend at least reading the title story (which, along with The Bear Came Over The Mountain, has been made into a film).
From the blurb:
We’ll be meeting at 7.30pm on the 5th of December. Tea and coffee will be provided but you fancy something a little stronger please bring your own.
We don’t require any commitment so if you don’t fancy this book or you’re not available this month you can always come next time.
Questions and suggestions for our next book are always welcome.