WEKU Book Club

Current Selection:

Southernmost - Silas House

Next Meeting:

March 12, 2019 - 6:30pm.
Joseph Beth Booksellers, Lexington Green
In The Bronte Bistro

How it Works:

Imagine an eclectic mix of people coming together for good food and stimulating conversation about a recently published book. That's the WEKU Book Club experience.

Each month, we'll announce the next Book Club selection. Then you can purchase a copy at Joseph-Beth and receive a 10% discount just by mentioning WEKU. Simply read the book and come to the next Book Club meeting.

After enjoying delicious food, we'll settle in for an hour of discussion about the story, its characters, the author, and more. It's a wonderful evening of food, companionship and conversation you won't want to miss!

Coming Soon:

Mar: Southernmost - Silas House
Apr: A Wounded Snake - Joseph Anthony (Attending)
May: The Fifth Risk - Michael Lewis
Jun: All the King's Men - Robert Penn Warren
Jul: The Great Alone - Kristen Hannah
Aug: Braiding Sweetgrass - Robin Wall Kimmerer
Sep: Little - Edward Carey
Oct: The Tattooist of Auschwitz - Heather Morris
Nov: Educated - Tara Westover
Dec: House Of The Spirits -  Isabel Allende

January - Picking New Calendar 
February - The Lemon Tree - Sandy Tolan                                

What We've Been Reading:

Argo - Antonio Mendez and Matt Baglio
Still Alice - Lisa Genova
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk - Ben Fountain
The Paris Wife - Paula Mclain
The Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck
American Nations - Colin Woodward
The Sense of an Ending - Julian Barnes
In the Garden of Beasts - Erik Larson
La's Orchestra Saves the World - Alexander McCall Smith
The Master and Margarita - Mikhail Bulgakov
Waiting for Snow in Havana – Carlos Eire
And the Mountains Echoed - by Khaled Housseini
Digging to America by Ann Tyler
Mary Coin by Marisa Silver
Nothing to Envy by Barbara Demicka Silver
Girl in the Blue Beret by Bobbie Ann Mason
Freakonomics by Steven Dubner
After Visiting Friends by Michael Hainey
Rules of Civility by Armor Towles (June 2015)
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr (July 2015)
Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie (August 2015)
We are all Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Fowler (September 2015)
The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton (October 2015)
Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand (November 2015)
The Bully Pulpit by Doris Kearns Goodwin (January 2016)
The Lake House by Kate Morton ( February 2016)
Madame Belle: Sex, Money and Influence in a Southern Brothel by Maryjean Wall (March 2016)
The Other Daughter by Lauren Willig (April 2016)
The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd (May 2016)
Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar (June 2016)
 Jackie O., The Untold Story by Barbara Leaming (July 2016)
Main Street by Sinclair Lewis (August 2016)
The Bluegrass Conspiracy by Sally Denton (September 2016)
The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet by David Mitchell (October 2016)
The Americanah - Chimamanda Adichie (February 2017)
Lights Out - Ted Koppel (March 2017)
Night - Elie Wiesel (April 2017)
Small Great Things - Jodi Picoult (May 2017)
A Gentleman in Moscow - Amor Towles (June 2017)
The Boys in the Boat - Daniel James Brown (July 2017)
The Nightingale - Kristen Hannah (August 2017)
A Man Called Ove - Fredrik Backman (September 2017)
Eleanor Roosevelt, Vol 3 0 B.W. Cook (October 2017)
Mountains Beyond Mountains - Tracy Kidder (November 2017)
The Double Life of Liliane - Lily Tuck (January 2018)
Parchment of Leaves - Silas House (February 2018)
Hillbilly Elegy - JD Vance (March 2018)
The Girls - Emma Cline (April 2018)
Defending Jacob - William Landay (May 2018)
Born a Crime - Trevor Noah (June 2018)
Future Home of the Living God - Louise Erdrich (July 2018)
The All-Girl Filling Station's Last Reunion - Fannie Flagg (August 2018)
Killers of the Flower Moon - David Grann (September 2018)
Commonwealth - Ann Patchett (October 2018)
In the Midst of Winter - Isabel Allende (November 2018)
Rooster Bar - John Grisham (December 2018)
Leonardo Da Vinci - Walter Isaacson (February 2019)

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