written by Melissa
Our group met at Chevy's for Happy Hour on Sept. 16 to discuss Till We Have Faces, by C.S. Lewis. Those of us who read really enjoyed Part I of the book, particularly the building suspense over Psyche's true mental state. However, we unanimously hated the end of the book that dragged on ad infinitum. Melissa, who recommended this book, had apparently blocked out the ending of the novel because she despised it as well! In all, the slow, heavy-handed writing style of C.S. Lewis made this a dull read for most.
Welcome to Storie delle Sorelle
Welcome to the blog for SdelleS. To learn more about our book club check out my first blog entry or read about our members. Or check out our ReadingGroupGuides.com interview here! Using the links to the right, you can browse the books we've read and rated or visit some of my favorite sites for book clubs on the web. How about some questions to consider as you read a book? This site is meant to provide a wealth of information for all readers so I hope you enjoy your visit! Please post a comment or contact me with any questions or thoughts. :)
Friday, October 9
In honor of National Reading Group Month here are some links to check out:
- nine great group reads as chosen by the Women's National Book Association
- videos from the book club panel I moderated at the Baltimore Book Festival called "The Book Club Toolkit"
- Reading Group Guides' list of discussion questions for hundreds of different books
- Reading Group Choices' list of discussable books