Join the (book) club!

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Calling all students and staff – in fact, anyone who loves to natter about books!

The University’s thriving book club, run jointly by the Library and the arts programme Radar, is always keen to welcome new members.  We meet for an hour at 12.30pm, with sandwiches and a drink provided, on Tuesdays every 6 weeks or so in the Music Rooms. Why not come along to our  next meeting and meet us all?

The next two books we’ll be discussing are:

Tuesday 7th June: Disgrace by J. M. Coetzee – winner of the 1999 Man Booker prize

Tuesday 19th July: When I Lived in Modern Times by Linda Grant – winner of the 2000 Orange Prize for Fiction

Take a look at the reviews for these books on the excellent GoodReads website: Disgrace ; When I Lived in Modern Times

If you’d like more information about the club, please contact:

Sharon Reid, Academic Librarian:

Amelia Beavis-Harrison, Programme Assistant, Radar: