Meet kindred book lovers in the Denver Book Club Meetup Group. You'll read and discuss a selected book every month as we alternate between fiction and nonfiction.
For a list of the books we've read since 2007, please click here.
Books are chosen democratically by the members themselves through monthly nominations and votes. We only read books available in used bookstores and libraries. We do not allow any marketing messages at any time. Our choice to be a "commercial-free zone" helps explain why we have more than 800 members. The main reasons are great people and lively conversations at our gatherings.
We meet the third Thursday evening of every month in the historic Denver Press Club downtown. We ask $3 per person at the door, and no one is turned away. You do not need to read all or any of the selected book to attend and enjoy the conversation.
Please join us to laugh, share wisdom, gain insights, and make wonderful new friends!
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SAVE THE DATE!!
The annual Book Exchange Party has been scheduled for Thursday, January 21st at 7:00 p.m. This has been a tradition for many years and is a fun evening...
josephine j. (Co-Organizer)
November 19 · 7:00 PM
November Fiction Book Group
FLIGHT BEHAVIOR by Barbara Kingsolver is set in a rural Tennessee that has endured unseasonal rain, the plot explores the effects of a bizarre biological event on a... Learn more
October 15 · 7:00 PM
October Non-Fiction Book Group
PAULA by Isabel Allende
The first nonfiction book by Isabel Allende, one of today's most influential Latin-American authors, frames her experience watching her only... Learn more
September 17 · 7:00 PM
September Fiction Book Group
NEVER LET ME GO by Kazuo Ishiguro is a suspenseful novel of innocence, knowledge, and loss. As children Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy were students at Hailsham, an exclusive... Learn more
August 20 · 7:00 PM
August Non-Fiction Book Group
EMOTIONAL AWARENESS: OVERCOMING THE OBSTACLES TO PSYCHOLOGICAL BALANCE AND COMPASSION (Edited by Paul Ekman)
The Dalai Lama and Paul Ekman engage in a landmark... Learn more
July 16 · 7:00 PM
July Fiction Book Group
THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS by Elizabeth Gilbert is the story of the Whittaker family during the 18th and 19th century spanning a period of monumental changes in science... Learn more
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