Intergenerational Book Club

2014 Selections

Please join us every month on the third Tuesday or whenever a title, a writer, or a genre interests you. The book club is open to all: male or female; young or young-at-heart; local resident, mid-coast neighbor, or visitor from anywhere. Meetings are held at the library at 2:30 PM. Readers are responsible for buying or borrowing their own books.

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  • Previous IGBC & Bookwomen Unite! Books
  • October's Selection:
    A Constellation of Vital Phenomena, the 21st at 2:30 PM

    A Constellation of Vital Phenonmena, by Anthony Marra, is a New York Times Notable Book of the Year and Washington Post Top Ten Book of the Year. The story takes place in wartime Chechnya, where love provides the means to overcome the surrounding destitution.

    The main character, Havaa, is an eight-year-old girl separated from her family and burned out of her home. A neighbor, Akhmed, takes her to an abandoned hospital in which the only remaining doctor, Sonja Rabina, reluctantly takes the two under her wing. Sonja is exhausted by the influx of patients she already has to care for, but during the first five days of Akhmed and Havaa’s stay, things begin to change in extraordinary ways that bond the three together.

    Mystery Book Club

    2014 Selections (through September)

    The Mystery Book Club meets at 7:00 p.m at varying locations. At each meeting we will discuss one of the following authors, not one specific book, so please select one or more titles by that month's author to read prior to the meeting. For more information or for any meeting's location, please contact Nancy Carter at 354-0410 or