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Get your reading lamps ready, we have a winner!
With 6 votes, The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver.
Sad losers are:
The Disappeared by Kim Echlin (4 votes)
The Women: A Novel by TC Boyle (4 votes)
Ravens by George Dawes Green (0 votes)
You have 10 days to get the book.
Reading begins on the the 25th of February.
You have two weeks to read.
Discussion begins on the 11th of March.
If you read fast you might want to consider waiting for a while to start.
Here come the rules again:
- Discussion of the book before the official thread is forbidden (us Bookettes will be watching you and our needles are sharp).
- If you haven’t finished the book by the discussion please don’t go to the thread in case of spoilers.
Sign ups for Chooser for Book the Tenth are coming up soon!
Happy reading, Stitch and Bookers.
VOTING ENDS: FRIDAY 21st AUGUST at 10PM (BST) (Scroll to end for poll)
Susan Scott is a wonder.”
“I’m in the shop the next morning, standing behind the counter rummaging through a drawer full of buttons, when a woman comes in, wearing sunglasses and talking on a tiny black mobile phone”
VOTING ENDS: THURSDAY 16th July at 10PM (BST) (Scroll to end for poll)
“I was fifteen when I first met Sherlock Holmes, fifteen years old
with my nose in a book as I walked the Sussex Downs, and nearly
stepped on him”
“It really was a hell of a blast.
The explosion occurred at daybreak on the second Tuesday morning of September, its shock waves rippling through the beer-
stained streets of Mornington Crescent”
Stitch and Bookers, would you like more time to read the next book before the discussion kicks off?
Speak now, or forever hold your pieces of unread book.
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