Ashland Book @ Noon May 2022 Picks

Created on May 20, 2022, 9:27 am

Last Updated May 20, 2022, 12:12 pm

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Your chroniclers notes have some, erm, gaps. I believe it was Mary who mentioned the loosely connected storylike narrative. She was thinking about reading more of Lahiri's newer titles
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I was also missing a name for this entry but noted that it was described as being: Always well-written and occasionally poetic.
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Sandra enjoyed this look at how functional Icelandic politics are through a focus on fairness and kindness
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Mike called this a snapshot of an interesting historic event.
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Bonnie got all of us interested in mid century Expressionist painting with her sharing of books about Joan Mitchell
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Amgash novels volume 3
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Kristin mentioned that this book deals with the theory that we all might just be a simulation...and incorporates multiple timelines which makes it a good readalike for some of the other titles that follow.
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Mary enjoyed this novel set in post Civil War Texas
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Mary enjoyed this book that feed you the backstory in bits and pieces
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Sandra said this one is written like a thriller!
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Bonnie is prepping to travel and reading favorite travel books. This is a favorite!
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