The Epilogue Book Club is now reading the 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Cormac McCarthy. We will be reading and commenting on “The Road” until July 1, 2018. Here are some links about this book that you might find of interest: Book Review: Left Behind – written by James Kennedy with The New York […]
Here’s the reading list and tentative dates for the books the Epilogue Book Club will be reading over the next several months: Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead (2017) – 5/13/2018 The Road, by Cormac McCarthy (2007) – 7/1/2018 The Late George Apley, by John Phillips Marquand (1938) – 8/12/2018 Less, by Andrew Sean Greer (2018) […]
Anyone want to read a book with me? This book has been on my personal reading list for several years and I think now is the time for me to finally read it.
The Epilogue Book club is now reading “Ironweed” by William Kennedy. We will meet on July 12th to discuss the book.
The Epilogue Book Club is now reading “Lamb in His Bosom” by Caroline Miller. We will meet on May 31st to discuss the book.
This was the second time I read “A Thousand Acres.” So many years had passed since the first time I read it, I didn’t remember many of the details of the story. But as the story enfolded, it all felt very familiar to me. I thoroughly enjoyed the book, but the story is so sad. […]
Have you ever finished a book that was so beautifully written that all you could do afterwards is just sit and meditate for a while to let the story settle down into your soul? That’s how I feel tonight after finishing “Breath” by Tim Winton. I didn’t actually read the book since I listened to […]
Sometimes it just makes sense to cut bait and move on! I read about 30% of the book before I was so bored with it I started skipping and skimming around, reading just enough to follow the storyline. Using that method I quickly scanned through to about the halfway point of the book and then […]
After reading about Amazon’s purchase of GoodReads I decided I needed to move my books out of GoodReads and close down my account there. I just don’t want Amazon.com to have such easy access to my reading preferences. I looked around the internet for alternative websites, tried out a few of them, and then I […]