Facilitator: Robyn Hewitt. Come along to the popular Tuesday Night Book Club at the Princes Hill Community Centre in 2020
Meet new people and enjoy discussions about books chosen by members. Book Club meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month, 7:30pm-9pm. From 11 February 2020
$60 for the year, or $35 per semester. Downstairs Classroom, Princes Hill Community Centre
2020 Reading List.
February 11: The Beekeeper of Aleppo, Christy Lefteri. (Published 2019) 384pp.
March 10: The Bridge, Enza Gandolfo. 384pp.
April 14: Sand Talk, Tyson Yunkaporta. (Published 2019) 244pp.
May 12: Eggshell Skull, Bri Lee. 368pp
June 9: The Belly of Paris, Emile Zola. (Published 2009)
July 14: The Shepherd’s Life – A tale of the Lake District, James Rebanks. 320pp.
August 11: Too Much Lip, Melissa Lukashenko. 328pp.
September 8: Books that Saved My Life, Michael McGirr. (Published 2018.) 297pp.
Books of note:
Boy Swallows Universe, Trent Dalton. (Published 2019.) 512pp.
Fire Flies in Autumn, Moreno Giovannoni. 256pp.
Madeline – The Life of Madeline St John, Helen Trinca. 288pp.
A Radical Heart, Sheree Morris. (Published 2018.) 512pp.
The Prime Minister’s Summer Reading List:
(Suggested by Readings Bookstore, and passed on by Glenda.)
From Secret Ballot to Democracy Sausage, Judith Brett.
Kindred, Kate Legge.
Order Without Design, Alain Bertaud.
The Strange Death of Tory Economic Thinking, Stian Westlake.
See What You Made Me Do, Jess Hill.
The Testaments, Margaret Atwood.
Reading List 2019.
Princes Hill Community Centre Book Club.
February 12. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, Arundhati Roy. Pp 464
March 12 The Trauma Cleaner, Sarah Krasnostein. Pp 272
April 9. Paris Echo, Sebastian Faulks. Pp 298
May 14. The Feather Thief, Kirk Wallace Johnson. Pp 320
June 11. The Year of the Farmer, Rosalie Ham. Pp 336
July 9. The Tattooist of Auschwitz, Heather Morris. Pp 228
August 13. The Shepherd’s Hut, Tim Winton. Pp 288
September 10. Play it as it Lays, Joan Didion. Pp 213
October 8. Do Oysters Get Bored, Rozanna Lilley. Pp 228
November 12. The Coroner’s Lunch, Colin Cotterill. Pp 272
December 10. A Horse walks into a Bar, David Grossman. Pp 208.
Please register online.