Book clubs in Middlesex

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All listings in Middlesex

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Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 3 days ago

Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 3 days ago

Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 3 days ago

Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 3 days ago

Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 3 days ago

Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 3 days ago

Karen steele (Staines)

Young older person. Avid reader. Mostly non fiction.

Karen steele recommends:

One long river of song.
by Bryan Doyle. | Buy this book
A whole new way of looking at life. Almost through a magnifying glass.
One lon river of song.
by Brian doyle | Buy this book
A new look at the world around us. Breath taking.
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Added 8 days ago

Daniel (Edgware)

Fantasy reader

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Added 12 days ago

Raxita (Pinner)

Hi - I’m a full time working mum of two grown up girls. Looking to join a book club and meet like minded ladies.

Raxita recommends:

100 years of solitude’s
by Gabriel Garcia Marquez | Buy this book
The language, the story. It is compelling and takes you to another place.
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Added 15 days ago

Tania (Stanmore)

Ideally once a month, mostly read thrillers and romance. Looking to branch out my reading habits.

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Added 23 days ago

Louise (Hampton)

I’m looking to feel more connected to my local area, make friends and make time for reading. I enjoy psychological and crime thrillers as well as non-fiction

Louise recommends:

Damage by Josephine Hart
Damage
by Josephine Hart | Buy this book
End of first chapter “But I did not die in my fiftieth year. There are few who know me now who do not regard that as a tragedy.”
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Added about 1 month ago

Miranda (West Drayton)

I'm an avid reader and book blogger and would love to meet fellow book lovers locally.

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Added about 1 month ago

Anne (Enfeld)

I'm 66 and have been reading too much crime fiction for too long. Getting back to more varied material. My latest read was Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow - Gabrielle Zevin - been recommending it to friends. I've never joined a book group before and am very keen to. Ideally I'd like a group with members of different ages. If I make new local friends that's an added bonus. Got lots of friends but none are local.

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JJ (Isleworth)

Read new titles that I wouldn't choose for myself

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Amy (Pinner)

Busy and overworked - love words and language and thinking about these are used to bring out plots and themes. Currently time poor to do this to the extent I would like!

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Laura (Ruislip)

I love to read and can sometimes blast through two or three books a week (who needs to sleep). My reading loves are Kelley Armstrong, Sarah J Mass, Stephen King, James Herbert.

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Kate (Brentford)

Hello, I'm Kate. I am a busy mom of 2 but try to find time to read a couple books a month. At the moment I prefer fantasy fiction / sci fi but really just love an interesting book. I would like to join a reading group in Isleworth or Brentford. Thanks.

Kate recommends:

The Children of Gods and Fighting Men by Shauna Lawless
The Children of Gods and Fighting Men
by Shauna Lawless | Buy this book
A pleasant mix of history and Irish lore.
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Jayne (Harrow)

I'm a voracious reader and was in a book club but unfortunately the other members moved away so it was disbanded!

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Lizzie (Pinner)

I'm am a 60 year old woman still working but with lots more spare time and I enjoy reading and have enjoyed book clubs in the past .

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Babs S (Sunbury-on-Thames)

All genres , friendship.

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