Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Twilight Book Club reads "The Thirteenth Tale"

On Tuesday, November 4th at 6:30 PM, the Twilight Book Club will meet to discuss The Thirteenth Tale, by Diane Setterfield.

Settle down to a rousing good ghost story about secrets, winter, books and family. This story within a story is a gothic tale of twins, mothers gone mad, and a creepy estate. The Thirteenth Tale is a book that you wake in the middle of the night craving to get back to.

“The Thirteenth Tale is a book to savor dozens of times. It is timeless, charming, pure pleasure to read. It weaves reality and fantasy into a cozy, colorful world where characters are both real and archetypal, and the good life belongs to people who read. The Thirteenth Tale is a comfort book. A book to restore the spirit." —San Diego Union-Tribune

Copies are available now for checkout, and new members always welcome. Looking ahead to December, on the 2nd we’ll discuss Last Night at the Lobster, by Stewart O’Nan.

Please bring a January book recommendation for our next meeting. If you need more info, contact Debra Perry at debraperry@gmail.com.

The Twilight Book Club meets on the first Tuesday of each month, from 6:30-8 p.m. in the Dorothy Little room.


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