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Monday, September 27, 2010

Musings Monday #1

If your book group asked you to bring two (2) suggestions for group reads to your next meeting, what two books would you suggest? Why?
I'm not really a member of a book club....Wish I was but things happen.  If my book club asked me to bring 2 suggestions for books to read for the group I would suggest the following:
Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry - Not only is it my current read (that I am throughly enjoying) it's a book that is written like a true western should be (were you immediately become so immersed in what your reading that by the time you absolutely HAVE to quit reading you've read a couple hundred pages.)  Though this book is NOT for the faint of heart at 945 pages. Plus, I think it would make for interesting discussion!
Sinner Takes All by Tera Patrick - Ok to keep things from getting to blah in the book club why NOT suggest a memoir by an adult movie star?  I've read this book and I thoroughly enjoyed it and I think that it too would make for VERY interesting discussion!


Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Cool choices. I need to try Lonesome Dove someday.

Cat said...

I love Lonesome Dove the tv miniseries and didn't even think about it being a book. I'll have to add that one to my winter months TBR list.

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Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

I haven't read Lonesome Dove, but I've read other McMurtry books. It's time to dive in to this one!

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caite said...

never read Lonesome Dove...or even saw the movie.
And I have never heard of Sinner Takes All...but then I guess that is the point of recommendations, right! ;-)

Grace said...

I love Lonesome Dove. It's one of my favorite books of all time. It of course would force me to read the rest of the series...not good. I'm compulsive that way.

Lori said...

I have never read Lonsome Dove, but if it is the one that was made into a movie, then I have seen the movie. If it is, then I probably wouldn't have read it. I have never read Sinner Takes All, but I am not a memoir type of reader. Here is my Musing For Monday

Anonymous said...

I'd like to read Lonesome Dove!