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No! I Don"t Want to Join a Book Club

Diary of a Sixtieth Year (Platinum Fiction Series)

by Virginia Ironside

  • 183 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Center Point Large Print .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Humorous,
  • Coming of Age,
  • Fiction,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Large type books,
  • Older women,
  • Reminiscing in old age

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9885025M
    ISBN 101585479527
    ISBN 109781585479528

    No! I don't want to join a book club. ISBN Format PAPERBACK. Publisher PENGUIN BOOKS (05 July. ) No. of Pages Weight Language English (United States) Dimensions x x   (And if you’re neither in a book club nor desirous of being in one, move along. Nothing to see here.) I’ve been in many a book club over the years, and the way I see it, there are three reasons for being in one: (1) You want to read MOAR books and you figure the public accountability of a book club will help with that;.

      Listen to No! I Don't Want to Join a Book Club: Diary of a Sixtieth Year audiobook by Virginia Ironside. Stream and download audiobooks to your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Bestsellers and latest releases. try any audiobook Free! Guest Post: 7 Reasons Why You Should Join a Book Club – Emlyn Chand I’m so thrilled that Emlyn Chand, President of Novel Publicity, has agreed to do a series on book clubs! I really hope you’ll enjoy this second post: reasons to join a book club.

    Too young to get whisked away by a Stannah Stairlift, or to enjoy the luxury of a walk-in bath (but not so much that she doesn't enjoy comfortable shoes), Marie is all the same getting on in years - and she's thrilled about it. She's a bit preoccu.   In elementary school, my older sister was in a book club — a group that consisted of a few friends and their parents. I sat in on one of the meetings when we hosted the club. They’d all Author: Molly Labell.


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The style enveloped the reader in the narrator's head quickly and easily. Marie Sharp may be a little creaky in the This book was on the list for our book group recently and, with the amusing title, we were looking forward to /5. I Don't Want to Join a Book Club is the funny and often poignant fictionalized diary of an older woman a decade or two past her prime and content to leave it all behind her.

So don't tell her to take a gourmet cooking class, and whatever you do, don't you dare tell her to join a book club/5(). I Don't Want to Join a Book Club is the funny and often poignant fictionalized diary of an older woman a decade or two past her prime and content to leave it all behind her.

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In No. I Don’t Want to Join a Book Club, Marie swears off all kinds of things that her friends and contemporaries are embracing: book clubs, yes, but also learning new things like foreign languages and joining gyms.

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Penguin Audio $ (0p) ISBN. In No. I Don’t Want to Join a Book Club, Marie swears off all kinds of things that her friends and contemporaries are embracing: book clubs, yes, but also learning new things like foreign languages and joining gyms.

Activities that challenge the mind and body, activities that others like to brag about—these are not for Marie. At the first attempt I couldn't get into this book but tried again when more relaxed on holiday. I'm so glad I did. I ended up laughing so much I cried. Acute observations wittily depicted about how daft so much of modern life is, interwoven with exquisite descriptions of the joy of loving grandchildren and the joy of friendship/5(3).

I Dont Want to Join a Book Club" is, in fact, a perfect choice for book clubs. It takes on the biggest issuesour lives, loves, deathsin acerbic, tender, thoughtful ways.

Perfect for clubs, perfect for (almost) everybody/5(K). About No. I Don’t Want to Join a Book Club. Read Virginia Ironside’s posts on the Penguin Blog. A screamingly funny and poignant story about embracing life beyond middle age Marie Sharp is heading toward sixty and is just fine with it.

I Don't Want to Join a Bookclub. By: uncomplicated life begins to unravel when the mysterious and alluring Angelica Roux arrives on her doorstep one book-club night. Something wicked has come her way - a she-devil in a pricey red sports car who seems to know the terrible truth about who she is and what she once did.

I Don't Want to Join a Bookclub. Virginia Ironside. $; $; Publisher Description. Too young to get whisked away by a Stannah Stairlift, or to enjoy the luxury of a walk-in bath (but not so much that she doesn't enjoy comfortable shoes), Marie is all the same getting on in years - and she's thrilled about it.

She's a bit preoccupied. Get this from a library. No, I don't want to join a book club. [Virginia Ironside] -- Too young to get whisked away by a Stannah Stairlift or to enjoy the luxury of a walk-in bath (but not so much that she doesn't enjoy comfortable shoes), Marie is, all the same, getting on in years.

Get this from a library. I don't want to join a book club: diary of a sixtieth year. [Virginia Ironside] -- Approaching what she believes will be the most interesting period of her life, nearly sixty-year-old curmudgeon Marie Sharp eschews the trend-oriented activities of.

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