We had a yummy brunch this morning at our book club meeting at The Wine Bistro! Let’s just say that for half of us it was book club and the other half of us it was wine club, ha! We all agreed that The Boys in the Boat was a slower read, but those of us that made it through LOVED it!
What we loved even more was a good excuse to get together for brunch, so the next book club meeting will be at El Adobe in San Juan Capistrano for at 10:30 am brunch on Sunday April 19, 2015.
And the next book will be…
We decided last month that the book drawn for this month would be a Classic written before 1970… Drawn randomly from a champagne cooler bucket (what else, right?) was Liz’s suggestion:
Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, a novel from 1856, will be read in the original French. Just kidding! We didn’t pick a specific translation, but there are a few to choose from including a free Kindle edition!
Other classics that almost made it were:
Richard Wright’s Native Son
Dicken’s A Tale of Two Citites
So Big by Edna Ferber
Valley of the Dolls by Susanne Collins
Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
Next book club meeting, bring a title of a book that will be released on film this spring! We may try and have book club at Cineopolis in May or June to see the movie! In the mean time, happy reading! See you gals in April!