Re: [classics-68] Book Ideas

From: Gary
Sent on: Tuesday, September 20, 2011 7:57 PM
Those books sound fun! I would also like to read and discuss anything by Dostoyevsky, Orwell, or Camus. Thanks!

On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 7:24 PM, Gary Floyd <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey Kimberly,
 
Thanks for getting right on this.  Though hardly classic literature, there are two books that I've always wanted to read.  One is The Godfather by Mario Puzo.  My father read it a long time ago, and said it was a lot better than the movie.  The other is The Day Of The Jackal.  A fantastic movie (the original one,) and based on the book.  These aren't necessarily serious submissions, however.  Perhaps, some spare time reading.
 
Interested to see what the new poll turns up.
 
See ya,
Gary
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From: Kimberly
To: [address removed]
Sent: Tuesday, September 20,[masked]:57 PM
Subject: [classics-68] Book Ideas

Greetings everyone!

We're kicking off a new season of the book club and looking to fill the coffers with great book ideas.  We'd like to get feedback from everyone about what books have been on your "to read" list for months or years.  With these ideas, I'll post a poll and use the results to choose the books for the next few months.

So let me know what you want to read and we'll get the ideas up for everyone to vote on.

See you next month!

Kimberly





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