Book clubs in Devon

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

All listings in Devon

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Added about 10 hours ago

Amelia (Okehampton)

I’ve recently moved to the area, love reading but recently haven’t found the time. Would love to meet new people and read different genres/be introduced to books I wouldn’t normally read

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Added 8 days ago

Time to read 55 (Bamstaple)

I’m retired and enjoying the freedom to read more often. I’d love to join a social reading group of like minded people. I like to read most Genres except Horror or anything too violent! I’m living in Landkey but I’m prepared to travel. to S. Molton or similar distance.

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Added 11 days ago

Clare (Buckfastleigh)

Would love to find a book club - recommendations please

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Added 13 days ago

Vincent (Barnstaple)

I'm a 27 year old who likes to get invested in a good story. My favourite genre right now is detective fiction, though I would like to explore other genres. I also would like to meet people with who I can gain recommendations from and vice versa.

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Alice P (Tiverton)

Have always loved reading but stopped reading quite so much for a while, and getting back into it much more again! Would love people to chat about books with and to meet others who love to read as much as I do!

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bookreader95 (Plymouth)

28 year old. Haven't read books for ages but really want to get back into it. I'm into pretty much anything and would love to meet some like minded people to just chill, discuss books and maybe a pint after?

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Clare (Sidmouth)

I read classic novels, historical (Tudor) fiction, real history and modern novels. I'm not into chic lit unless I'm on holiday! I'd love to find a group not too far away.

Clare recommends:

Bring up the Bodies by Hilarious Mantel
Bring up the Bodies
by Hilarious Mantel | Buy this book
Anne Boleyn and Henry Vlll
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Tilly (Seaton)

New to the area and would love to meet like minded people to discuss books etc

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Mike (Torquay)

I love reading (ok, that’s a touch superfluous…). All genres really. Favourite books - The English Patient, Michael Ondaatje - A Burnt Out Case, Graham Greene - Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, John Le Carre Currently reading Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch I’m looking for a group of people to have some easy, light-hearted fun with.

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SFord88 (Newton Abbot)

Hey found a love for reading and now looking to join a book group club hoping there is something like this to meet others who love reading 📚😊

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Malindi (Honiton)

I love to read fiction and read every day. It would be nice to meet with others, read books I might not otherwise choose and discuss

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Valentin (Exeter)

I like reading)

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Seaton@ (Seaton)

Biography

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LISA (Newton Abbot)

Hi! Looking for a book club locally!

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DeeDee63 (Brixham)

Former English graduate who got put off reading for years as a result! Now a reborn avid reader. I especially love books in translation: Japanese novels are a favourite.

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Katie (Torquay)

I read around one book a week and I'm trying to write my first novel, too. Would love to connect with others in the Torquay area over a mutual love of reading.

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Maureen (Torquay)

I am looking to meet people through my love of reading

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Dean (Torquay)

I love exploring different worlds whether that is historical fiction, future fantasy or a contemporary novel. Recent titles have included "Tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow", "The skeleton key" and "Before your memory fades". Authors that I go back to are Ken Follet, Robert Harris and Ian McEwan. But I love to find new authors, such as my recommendation below.

Dean recommends:

In Ascension by Martin MacInnes
In Ascension
by Martin MacInnes | Buy this book
Quality writing that reminds me of Ian McEwan and Ian Banks. A great story that makes me think and reconsider my perspective.
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kw123 (Okehampton)

I've just graduated from uni and am living back home and would love to join a reading group/book club. I'm an avid reader and enjoy a wide range of genres. I love hard hitting novels based on history and books that explore and critique society.

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Tor (Paignton)

I find myself in Devon for a month or two and looking to join a book club of sorts, mainly as a way to meet other people and chat about books, life, etc. I'm not very familiar with the area and not yet found any groups or regular meet ups for strangers like me! Get in touch if you can point me in the right direction : )

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