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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. This month, we’re picking up a feel-good story about an angry old man! Hope you enjoy this thoughtful exploration of the impact one life has on many others! For more info on how our online book club works, and the many ways you can participate, hop over here or sign up to read with us. ...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. For more info on how our online book club work, and the many ways you can participate, hop over here or sign up to read with us. Each month our #ReadWithIBC post is the place for an open, spoilers-allowed, debate-encouraged discussion of our latest read. Share your thoughts in the comments! The...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. This month, we’re taking on what’s being hailed as one of the best books of the year! Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Angie Thomas’s debut novel is a fantastic read that we can’t wait to share with y’all. For more info on how our online book club works,...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. For more info on how our online book club work, and the many ways you can participate, hop over here or sign up to read with us. Each month our #ReadWithIBC post is the place for a no-holds-barred, spoilers-allowed, debate-encouraged discussion of our latest read. Share your thoughts in the...

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As with all book clubs, a great part of the joy of our Imaginary Book Club is reading together and chatting about what we’ve read as a group. This month, we’re taking a lesson from Oprah and picking one of the most popular books from the past decade. Jeffrey Eugenides’ Middlesex has sold more than three million copies. It’s not an autobiography, but Eugenides’ drew heavily on his own Greek heritage to develop...

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