We have decided on a book, Clade by James Bradley. It’s science fiction, not too long :), about a family living in the midst of climate change. Described as unexpectedly hopeful.
Hope everyone can join us via Zoom on Wednesday July 1st at noon.
(The meeting time survey results aren’t in yet, so this is the default. If it changes, we’ll let you know in plenty of time)
Hey all, here’s the link to our book discussion meeting Wednesday at noon. If you haven’t read the book, feel free to stop in for a little while to discuss options for the future, such as how often to meet, what kind of books or materials to select, etc.
Topic: CCL Book Group Zoom Meeting
Time: Jul 1, 2020 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 958 549 1884
We will certainly miss you! I’m happy to share the comments. Have a safe trip and please do continue to join us in book discussions
Dear book lovers and climate heroes,
COVID quarantine complications in New York have led me to leaving earlier than I had anticipated. I am going to be leaving on July 1, so unfortunately, I will not be able to lead the conversation on our book selection Clade. Actually traveling that day. I will be getting some written comments to Sue and ask her to read them as my contribution to the conversation.
I plan to be gone until early October. However, I’m going to give best effort to keeping up with the reading and the conversations.
Thanks and happy conversation, John
No worries, the Thought was nice!
I will take you up on that, John. i was just going to buy it.
I purchased a kindle version of Clade - then Dianne bought an Audible version which I can listen to - so I have an extra copy and I'm pretty sure I can "loan" one of my kindle books, so if someone wants my copy of kindle, let me know
I'm looking forward to reading the book - I spent some time reading reviews on Amazon - most of the negative comments were related to the classification as a "science fiction" genre. Apparently SF aficionados don't think much of it as SF - which is good for me because I'm not much of an SF guy.