The Holy Name Book Club is open to all members of the community, no matter what their age or religion, who enjoy reading fiction. We meet – over a glass of wine – in the Holy Name Hall, Towers Avenue, Jesmond, usually on the last Wednesday in the month at 7pm.
If you are joining us, please ensure that you have read the book beforehand as the discussion is confined to the book, its plot, characterisation, narrative etc.
Do join us on 25 March for a glass of wine and a discussion of A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. Future reads are The Seal Woman’s Gift by Sally Magnussen and Testament by Margaret Atwood.
In February we discussed Mothering Sunday by Graham Swift and in it was All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr.
On 27 November 2019 we discussed Manhatten Beach by Jennifer Egan.
On Wednesday 30 October we discussed The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker. Previous choices this year have been Middlemarch by George Eliot in September; in July it was How Far Can You Go? by David Lodge; and in May we chose Robicheaux by James Lee Burke.