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Thinking of joining us at our reading group?
Then great, you're very welcome to. It's a great way to meet like minded people and makes for an interesting evening. We meet in The Drayton Court Pub at 7.30pm on the last Tuesday of the month, with the next meeting on the 25th May.

Which book will be discussed?
May 25th: 'The Seige of Krishnapur' by JG Farrell.
Set in 19th Century India 'The Seige of Krishnapur' portrays the British in a way that is reportedly witty, serious and a good story. We'll discuss the past and contemporary values that Farrell presents us with and no doubt how successful a book we think it is.

Where can I get the book from?
West Ealing Library has a stock of the novel especially for the club, so pop in and borrow a copy.

What will we read next?
Always happy to take on board new suggestions; this is what we've got coming up:

29 June 'The Pregnant Widow' by Martin Amis
27 July 'If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things' by Jon McGregor
31 August 'The Bell' by Iris Murdoch
28 September 'The Five People you Meet in Heaven' by Mitch Albom
26 October 'Oryx and Crake' by Margaret



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May 12th, 2010