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Interesting Readings Message Board › Future Readings

Future Readings

A former member
Post #: 5
Although not sci-fi, and not really fantasy, Israel, My Beloved by Kay Arthur is an interesting read because of it's path through history, yet suspended time frame. The short version: see the history of Jews through the life of a single woman, from Old Testament times into the future. It's been many years since I've read it, but I'm sure it could spark some very interesting discussion.

How broadly does the group interpret "interesting readings", genre-wise?
Gwen W.
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Group Organizer
West Chester, PA
Post #: 4
The main focus so far has been sci-fi, but this does sound like a good read! I'd be happy to add it to the May book selection poll :)
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