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The NYC Sunday Brainy Book Club Message Board › A place to post suggestions for future books

A place to post suggestions for future books

rachel
user 3116632
Boston, MA
Post #: 118
Hi guys - I've been trying to keep track of everyone's suggestions in my email, but I thought I'd post a message board spot for book suggestions as well.

A couple useful guidelines - unless it's a genre that reads very fast, under 300 pages is a good idea. Also NO (modern, say 1970s-on) politics or religion please - this rule helps keep us all friends. :)

No guarantees - but I'm always looking for some good ideas.

Cheers!

Rachel
A former member
Post #: 1
I just finished and very much liked Paul Auster's Invisible
Erica
user 11036205
New York, NY
Post #: 1
I think it would be fun to read some classic science fiction, like Jules Verne or H.G. Wells - their books are on the short side, and Wells' "The Time Machine" is a novella.
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