The March book is Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata. As always, we meet the second Tuesday of each month at 1 pm, this month on March 9. The Zoom sign on is the same as always. If you need the link sent to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list of books to be read and discussed by the BAIN Downtown Book Group for the remainder of 2021 appears below.
Hope to see you there.
|April||A Short History of Nearly Everything||Bill Bryson||544 pages, 2004|
|May||Leaving the Atocha Station||Ben Lerner||181 pages, 2011|
|June||Treasure Island!!!||Sara Levine||172 pages – 2011|
|July||21 lessons for the 21st century||Yuval Harari — non-fiction||372 pages, 2019|
|August||Train Dreams||Denis Johnson||116 pages, 2012|
|September||Shuggie Bain||Douglas Stuart||384 pages, 2020|
|October||The Dutch House||Anne Patchett||352 pages, 2019|
|November||Margaret the First||Danielle Dutton||160 pages, 2016|
|December||One True Thing||Anna Quindlen||289 pages, 1994|
|January||A Pale View of Hills||Kazuo Ishiguro||192 pages, 1982|
|February||Lands of Lost Borders: A Journey on the Silk Road||Kate Harris – non-fiction||320 pp, 2019|