Booked for Lunch 2021-2022 Reading Survey
Choosing titles for book group is HARD - but exploring new authors and genres is so much fun! Help decide what we will be discussing during the upcoming season of Booked for Lunch by taking this short survey.
Each month will have a different theme. Vote for the three that appeal to you the most.
Our September theme is "Set Abroad". Cast your vote for our first read of the 2021-22 season.
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Each month will have a different theme. Vote for the three (3) that appeal to you the most.
Famous People - books by or about contemporary famous people
Historical Fiction - always a group favorite
Strong Female Protagonist - novels that feature women discovering, developing and/or embracing their strength
Relationships - books centered on the dynamics of interacting with others
Literary Fiction - where the ideas and prose are the focus
Magical Realism - No sci-fi or fantasy here - just books with a little "magic"
The Classics - assigned reading for adults - don't worry, there won't be a quiz!
Unreliable Narrator - sometimes you can't trust the storyteller
Alaska - books set in or about the last frontier
Dramedy - part drama, part comedy - a lot like life
September's theme is "Set Abroad". Each of these (very different) titles takes place (mainly) outside of the US. Even though they're works of fiction, there's always so much to take in when visiting another country in a novel. Where do you want to go?
Please choose just one.
The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline (Australia/2020/371 pages)
American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins (Mexico/2020/380 pages)
The Ancestor by Danielle Trussoni (Italy/2020/349 pages)
Anxious People by Fredrik Backman (Sweden/2020/341 pages)
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