What we're about

Meet kindred book lovers in a local Book Club.

We will read a new book every month and get together to talk about it. Come to laugh, share stories and make new friends!

In our group we aim to broaden our reading horizons, enjoy stimulating discussion, meet new people and most importantly have fun. This group is fairly new in the Limehouse area so it is open for development depending on who joins. We have recently joined forces with the St Katharine's Precinct and will meet in the Community Hub adjacent to the Coffee Yurt.

Hope to meet you soon!

Books we've read so far in 2017:

[b]2017:[/b]The Many by Wyl Menmuir = [b] 5.4 [/b]

Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Shaffer and Anne Barrows = [b]3.5[/b]

God is Dead by Ron Currie = [b]5.2[/b]

Woodcutters by Thomas Bernhard = [b]6.5[/b]

The Sellout by Paul Beatty = [b]6[/b]

Where my heart used to beat by Sebastian Faulks = [b]5.6 [/b]

Our Endless Numbered Days by Clare Fuller = [b]6.2 [/b]

A Whole Life by Robert Seethaler: = [b]7.5 [/b]

The Vegetarian by Han Kang: = [b]5 [/b]

Everything belongs to the future by Laurie Penny: = [b]4.9 [/b]

Upcoming events (2)

February - Exit West by Mohsin Hamid

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An extraordinary story of love and hope from the bestselling, Man Booker-shortlisted author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist This is Nadia. She is fiercely independent with an excellent sense of humour and a love of smoking alone on her balcony late at night. This is Saeed. He is sweet and shy and kind to strangers. He also has a balcony but he uses his for star-gazing. This is their story: a love story, but also a story about how we live now and how we might live tomorrow. Saeed and Nadia are falling in love, and their city is falling apart. Here is a world in crisis and two human beings travelling through it. Exit West is a heartfelt and radical act of hope - a novel to restore your faith in humanity and in the power of imagination. Powerful, vivid, poignant... Hamid is the master (Sunday Times) Writing in spare, crystalline prose, Hamid conveys the experience of living in a city under siege with sharp, stabbing immediacy. (Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times) A love story as spare, haunting and spiritually powerful as a haiku. All my life I will remember Nadia and Saeed, their humanity against a surreal, broken landscape. Exit West is Hamid's finest book (Kiran Desai) Imaginative, inventive, graceful... Hamid exploits fiction's capacity to elicit empathy and imagine a better world (New York Times Book Review) A subtle and moving examination of how human relationships endure and falter under unimaginable pressures. Exit West is an instant classic (GQ) Impressive... Exit West confirms Hamid's reputation as a brilliant ventriloquist who is deeply engaged with the most pressing issues of our time (Andrew Motion (Book of the Week) Guardian) Astonishing (Zadie Smith)

A High Wind in Jamaica by Richard Hughes

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On the high seas of the Caribbean, a family of English children is set loose – sent by their parents from their home in Jamaica to receive the civilising effects of England. When their ship is captured by pirates, the thrilling cruise continues as the children transfer their affections from one batch of sailors to another. Innocence is their protection, but as life in the care of pirates reveals its dangers, the events which unfold begin to take on a savagely detached quality.

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January - History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund

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