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Have fun reading books, discussing books…and possibly sipping cocktails…with the Bath WI Book Club!

The Bath WI Book Club meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm. If you’d like to come along, do get in touch – we’d love to see you and are always recruiting new members. Please email us to find out the location of the next meeting (it changes month to month).

Joining the book club does not commit you to reading every book or coming to every meeting; it is fine to drop in as and when a book appeals to you. Sometimes we also watch the DVD when a book has been made in to a film, to compare notes.If you’d like more information about our Book Club please email thebathwi@gmail.com.

Elaine has been busy looking out for books for us to read and the book club has agreed some more books to read:

51xeXD2W63LMay: We are all Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler A psychologist father’s animal-human behaviour experiment on his children has unexpected and heartbreaking repercussions

 

 

 

514N5mft51L._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_June: Jambusters by Julie Summers
The story of the W.I. in the Second World War

 

 

 

guest_cat_cover-v2July: The Guest Cat by Tashii Hirade
A wonderful Sui generics novel about a visiting cat who brings joy into a couple’s life in Tokyo

 

 

 

81M34qlAoTL._SL1500_August: A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler
Short listed for Baileys prize for women’s fiction 2015.a family story by the writer of the accidental tourist

 

 

 

the-pigeon-goodwill-august-2011September: The Pigeon by Patrick Suskind
How a pigeon roosting above the door of a Parisian security guard affects him over the course of one day. this is Suskind’s first book since Perfume

 

 

the-beesOctober: The Bees by Laline Paul
Set in a bee colony. Short listed for the Baileys women’s prize for fiction the judges called it “an animal farm for the 20th century”

 

 

 

9781780721798November: What Was Never Said by Emma Craigie
A Somali family now settled in Bristol. What happens when the cutter arrives in Zahras’s british home in her G.C.S.E. year

 

Pick up a book and join in!

 

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