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A note on the length of the next three books

From: Anthony
Sent on: Saturday, May 5, 2012 12:14 PM

Hi, everyone.

After the May 2012 Contemporary Book Discussion on Jill Taylor's My Stroke of Insight, there will be three books that are 500 pages long:

- Dinosaur in a Haystack by Stephen Jay Gould (June 2012 Contemporary Book Discussion)
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (July 2012 Contemporary Book Discussion)
- Light in August by William Faulkner (August 2012 Classic Book Discussion)

Therefore, if you happen to have extra reading time, it may be a good opportunity to get a head start on reading these books, even before I announce the meeting themselves. Certainly, in the future, I will be more careful with scheduling books so that long books won't be placed back to back.

Thank you. :-)

Anthony Lee
Organizer, East Bay Book Club

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