Book clubs in Cornwall

Below you'll find every active listing we have for book clubs and readers in Cornwall

All listings in Cornwall

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Jan (Bodmin)

Would like to meet up with like minded people to discuss books I have read

Jan recommends:

Best served cold by Joe abercrombie
Best served cold
by Joe abercrombie | Buy this book
Fantasy with Great world building
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Added 6 days ago

E Fantasy reader (Bodmin)

I love fantasy and romance books- I listen to a lot of audiobooks. I’d love to connect with more people to chat about books!

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Added 10 days ago

Ruth (Bude)

Enjoy reading and be great to get some recommendations and join a book club in the Bude area.

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Added 14 days ago

Naomi05 (Bodmin)

Looking to join a bookclub to meet new people, I love James Patterson and any thriller/horror books. That being said I'd happily pick up a romance or adventure story

Naomi05 recommends:

Cat and mouse by James patterson
Cat and mouse
by James patterson | Buy this book
Great suspense book
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Becki30 (Penryn)

Love reading and getting lost within the story. Will read nearly everything! Would like to meet up over a adult grape juice, away from the daily chores and discuss the next best read.

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HayleyB (Bodmin)

Looking for a book club to meet new friends and share my love of reading

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Tracey (Truro)

Hi. I'm looking for a book group in Truro to talk about books and meet new people.

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Dan (Redruth)

Hi! I'm Dan, 38, in the Camborne area. Literature sucked me in as a child and has never let me go. These days I mostly read genre fiction, particularly fantasy and sci-fi, interspersed with some crime, historical fiction and thrillers. I'm interested in meeting people with similar tastes to discuss our favourite reads.

Dan recommends:

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
The Name of the Wind
by Patrick Rothfuss | Buy this book
As much as I love it, I'll concede that much fantasy writing is plot-driven and prosaic. Rothfuss is different. His language is poetic, at times like a mental caress, sometimes sweeping and epic, full of clever wordplay.The book has flaws (not least that it begins a trilogy that may never be completed), but whenever I read it I'm reminded why I love the genre.
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Jan (Redruth)

Usually an avid reader but struggling to make time to read as much as I would like to at the moment. I enjoy quite a wide range of books but not sci fi or fantasy. Redruth is hosting a Book Feast in April over a weekend with some great authors talking about their books. Email me if you would like to know more or visit our Facebook page Redruth Book Feast, or our website redruthbookfeast.co.uk. It’s a great way to meet like minded people who love books and reading.

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Just June (Wadebridge)

Like to discuss books of most genres - mystery, murder, classics, romance (not sloppy or graphic!) . Would like to meet people and possibly make friends.

Just June recommends:

The King's General by Daphne du Maurier
The King's General
by Daphne du Maurier | Buy this book
All ingredients for good read. Romance, intrigue, war and history
Someone I used to know
by Wendy Mitchell | Buy this book
Sobering and a great insight to understanding dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Everyone should read this book
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tertia (Bude)

i am an avid - possibly manic - reader and would enjoy joining, or starting a bookclub here, having moved to bude in january. i am a member of a london based bookclub for thirty years. love it. but we do all the meetings on zoom now, and i miss the warmth, laughter and wine of the pre-covid live meetings.

tertia recommends:

Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead
Great Circle
by Maggie Shipstead | Buy this book
fantastic writing style, unusual, intriguing story very well told. the psychological development of the characters is excellent.
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Frankie (Helston)

I’m 27, I enjoy reading crime/thrillers or fantasy mostly but open to anything. Interested in meeting some new people and getting some good book recommendations!

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Kath (Redruth)

I used to be a big reader, constantly having a couple on the go at all times and am wanting to get back into it again after a tough couple of years where I lost motivation. I'm big on fantasy but I'll try any genre, I like to reread certain faves each year but always on the look out for a new favourite book

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Lyn (Truro)

I have recently moved to Truro and would like to meet new people . I am retired and youthful I love reading it would be good to share some good reads with like minded people.

Lyn recommends:

Birdsong by Sebastian Fauks
Birdsong
by Sebastian Fauks | Buy this book
Well written
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Gemma (Redruth)

Hi! I'm 30 and just moved back to Cornwall - my favourite genre is fantasy, but I read all sorts, including sci-fi, thriller, romance, literary, and classics. I would love to start a small book group of like-minded readers where we can meet up for a coffee/dinner/drinks and talk books!

Gemma recommends:

The Princess Bride by William Goldman
The Princess Bride
by William Goldman | Buy this book
This is my favourite book. It has everything - pirates, revenge, sword fights, giants, poison, true love, miracles... it makes me laugh every time I read it!
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Mary (Launceston)

I love a wide range of books, fiction, non-fiction. Be great to meet other bookworms to share recommendations.

Mary recommends:

A Terrible Kindness by Jo Browning-Roe
A Terrible Kindness
by Jo Browning-Roe | Buy this book
It's a heartbreaking insight into the Aberfan disaster through the eyes of a young, newly qualified embalmer. Beautifully written - I highly recommend.
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Jake (Helston)

Late 20s. Looking to join a book club. New to reading, but enjoy reading crime and thrillers at the moment.

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Sandra cann (Bude)

Retired very active 😉

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Lisa (Bude)

I have been in book groups before and enjoy the discussion as well as getting recommendations from others for good reads. I would be keen to meet other readers to maybe form a group?

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Ciera01 (Bude)

Would love to get a group of book lovers together to natter with over a viccy sponge and a cuppa. And by cuppa, I mean Merlot.

Ciera01 recommends:

None of This is True by Lisa Jewell
None of This is True
by Lisa Jewell | Buy this book
Full of plot twists, so engaging and addictive, and strong female leads.
The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan
The Keeper of Lost Things
by Ruth Hogan | Buy this book
A beautiful and inspiring read that re-instills my faith in people.
The Lemon Tree Café by Cathy Bramley
The Lemon Tree Café
by Cathy Bramley | Buy this book
Light hearted, funny, and emotional at times- this is the kind of book that makes me want to open my own little artisan caf.
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