November Book Discussion - The Cowards Tale by Vanessa Gebbie

The Organisers invite you to join us for our November Book Discussion Evening.

Share views and gain new insights into this months book.

....and to vote for our next book from a list of suggestions from our members.

Drinks and socialising in The Bar from 7.30pm for a 8pm Start in the function room upstairs.

If, as a new member, you need help finding us and becoming acquainted with the group please email the organiser.



If anyone has a suggestion for our next book please email the details to the message board at... [masked]  Please include a review of the book with your message or better still, tell us in your own words why we should be reading it. Ideally suggestions should be available in paperback (for affordability) not too long or too short [masked] pages seems to work best) and of a decent standard of literature (make your own judgment about that one).

Also please give some thought as to how well the book lends itself to  lively discussion and debate on the night - Such things as a complexity of plot, a variety of themes, philosophical or social issues, well developed characters and perhaps a few unexpected twists and turns.

If you do recommend a book we will ask you to briefly (3 minutes maximum) tell us about the book at the meetup before we put each title to the vote so please come prepared for that. You do not have to chair

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  • Steve L.

    Thanks to Tony and Kitty for another excellent discussion - and with a brilliant plot twist at the end!

    November 16, 2012

  • Kevin P.

    Another very interesting meeting discussing an not entirely well-received book!

    November 14, 2012

  • Kevin P.

    If anybody is interested, and why on earth would you be?, my stolen poem from "The Coward's Tale" can be found here.

    November 14, 2012

  • Siddhartha

    Was good to hear different viewpoints. I thought Kitty did an excellent job chairing!

    November 13, 2012

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