After a serious discussion surrounding the book, Shaking the Gates of Hell, the group decided that a much lighter read is needed for the next book. Interest was captured by a quick description of Miss Eliza’s English Kitchen by Annabel Abbs.
It is a light story about friendship and class struggle during the Victorian era. Think ‘Upstairs, Downstairs’ or Downton Abbey meets light reading. The group will discuss whether to meet in person in April. Exciting prospect! Stay tuned!
The book is available in Kindle, Audible, as well as paperback and hardcover at bookstores and through public library loan. If you need assistance in getting the book, contact Susan Lindquist, Ann Hampson, Ellen Derby, or the church office! We’ll be able to help you out! All are welcome at PUMC Book Group!
Next meeting is April 19th at 1:30 PM. Location … stay tuned!
All are welcome! If you would like to join the discussion, just let the church know at email@example.com. Leave an email address for contact info and then expect an email reminder of the book group meeting a week before. Books can be ordered through on-line bookstores such as on IndieBound, downloaded through the public library or the NH State library, accessed through Kindle downloads, or ordered through Toadstool Bookstores for curbside pickup at the store.
So, in this time of COVID craziness, keep calm and read on!