Isabel Allende Book Club: My Invented Country
Each month the Book Club will discuss one of Isabele Allende’s books at the Library Café leading up to her author event in November. Admission to the Book Club is free and the books can be borrowed from MPL.
Due to the popularity of this author, we will host TWO discussion groups to meet at the same time. Please register below for this month’s book club meeting, and click on the links to register for additional meetings.
September’s book: The House of the Spirits – September 18 at 7pm – Register.
October’s book: My Invented Country
My Invented Country is a memoir in which truth is most definitely stranger than fiction. Exploring the events of her life and those of the country in which she lived until the assassination of her father’s cousin, President Salvador Allende, in Pinochet’s military coup, Allende takes us on a highly personal tour through her homeland, bringing it to life.
November’s book: In the Midst of Winter – November 13 at 7pm – Register.
Meet the author!
We will have a chance to hear the talented author discuss her latest novel and ask her questions at the Open Book / Open Mind Event on November 8 at 7pm at Buzz Aldrin Middle School. Admission to the November event is free with the purchase of In The Midst of Winter here.
Registration is not currently available. Please check back later at a later date.