Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Pfeiffer Student Book Club


The newly-formed Pfeiffer Student Book Club (we're still trying to decide on a more original name) will meet tomorrow at noon in the Reading Room of the G. A. Pfeiffer Library. We'll be discussing The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield. Students at the first meeting back in September chose this book, and I think it's a perfect choice for the October meeting since it's so close to Halloween. The book definitely falls into the Gothic literature genre. Check back here for a review following the meeting. But for now, I just wanted to remind everyone about tomorrow's meeting. All students, faculty, and staff of Pfeiffer are welcome to attend! We'd love to have you. Come and enjoy great conversation and good food!

4 comments:

Orange Blossom Goddess (aka Heather) said...

I hope you all enjoyed The Thirteenth Tale. Perfect atmosphere for this time of year!

Heather
www.thelibraryladder.blogspot.com

Lisa the Librarian said...

I really enjoyed it, and I've talked to a couple of others who said they did, as well. I'll see tomorrow what the rest of the group thought. Thanks for stopping by, Heather!!

Andi said...

I haven't read it yet, but I'm completely entranced by the premise and the bits I've heard read aloud on NPR. Hope you all have a great discussion!

Lisa the Librarian said...

Thanks, Andi. You should definitely give it a try! It's different from anything I've read before.