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Poll now open for March meetup, clooses 11PM Monday

From: Mike
Sent on: Thursday, February 28, 2013 10:23 PM


The poll is now open for the March meetup, at the Elephant & Castle near Metro Center, 6:30PM  dinner and 7PM discussion.  The poll closes at 11PM Monday.  The Amazon links to the books are listed below.

For those who attended the Meetup, you will notice that the Jess Walter book Beautiful Ruins has been replaced by We Live in Water: StoriesBeautiful Ruins is still only in hardcover, so I substituted his other book.



I put the page count after the author to test a theory that people usually chose the shortest book.  (However, I think that I would put money on The Silver Linings Playbook this month.  We'll see.)


Motherless Brooklyn , Jonathan Lethem, 311 pages

Lolita, Vladimir Nabakov, 317 pages

The Silver Linings Playbook: A Novel by Matthew Quick, 304 pages

We Live in Water: Stories by Jess Walter, 192 pages

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