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    [Book Club]: November Book List

    Hey all! Well, I promised a book list every couple of months. Here is the first. When you're finished reading one book, just create a thread for it if it hasn't already been created. I figure that this is the best way to do the club now that people are busier. We're almost full-throttle into the holiday season, so... I also tried to put books that different ages would read and enjoy (i.e. juvenile, adult, horror, romance, etc.). Here's your list!

    Alexander McCall Smith "Tears of the Giraffe"
    Alice Sebold "Lucky"
    Barbara Gowdy "The White Bone"
    Brian Jacques "Lord Brocktree"
    Claude D. Newby "It Took Heroes: A Cavalry Chaplain's Memoir of Vietnam"
    David Sedaris "Me Talk Pretty One Day"
    Eckhart Tolle "Stillness Speaks"
    Frank McCourt "Angela's Ashes"
    John Grisham "Bleachers"
    Jonathan Hull "Losing Julia"
    Janet Evanovich "To the Nines: A Stephanie Plum Novel"
    Philip Pullman "The Golden Compass"
    Stephen King "Wolves of the Calla (The Dark Tower, Book 5)"
    Tess Gerritsen "The Sinner"
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

    SCULLY:
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    I've read Angela's Ashes twice. Very good.
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    I haven't bothered to read it yet because we end up reading it in AP English, so... Sounds like such a good book though. I love historical literature.
    MULDER: It's still there, Scully. 200,000 years down in the ice.

    SCULLY:
    Leave it there.

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