READING CIRCLE

Over the years the U3A International Reading Circle has enjoyed a hugely enjoyable and interactive reading experience. The purpose was, and remains, to become acquainted with worldwide authors, primarily focusing on fiction. Each month from October to May, group members choose a book from the prescribed list that he or she would like to present to the group for discussion. At the meeting the member gives the group short details about the author, what the story is about, how is it told, what the presenter  liked and learned from the story as well as the style of the book. From then on the members of the group express their opinion and feelings, whether they liked it or not – and their reasons.  Opinions will be given on whether the characters were real and vivid enough, whether the story is believable, what does the writer wished to convey and whether members would read another book by the same author?

At the end of  the last session in order to enable the organiser to compile a list for the following season group members suggest two books for the following season and their reasons.

Date

Title

Presenter

Author

3rd October 2019

The Secret Life of Bees

Jan Rees

Sue Monk Kidd

14th November 2019

The Finkler Question

Carmella Dight

Howard Jacobson

12th December 2019

Idaho

Barbara Crompton

Emily Ruskovich

9th January 2020

Out Stealing Horses

Sue Burdon

Per Petterson

6th February 2020

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Christine Kemzura

Gail Honeyman

5th March 2020

Wuthering Heights

Angela Haworth

Emily Bronte

2nd April 2020

Mr Pip

Margaret Greatbatch

Lloyd Jones

14th May 2020

Perception

Mary Hayes

Terri Fleming

 4th June 2020

The Casual Vacancy

Jan Carter

J.K. Rowling

To Contact the Organiser: Carmella Dight

Phone: 952 596 070

Start Date: October 3, 2019

Day: Thursday

At: 11:00am Until: 12:30pm

Max Attendees: 12

Frequency: Monthly

Location: Alhaurin Golf Resort Hotel, Fuengirola to Coin Road.


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