Book clubs in Shropshire

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

All listings in Shropshire

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Becca (Shifnal)

Im quite shy at the begging but once I grab some confidence I love to chat about anything, I adore reading specially romance but anything’s good

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Becca (Shifnal)

I love reading and I’m new in town, so what better way to get to know people than by talking about something I love

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Simon (Telford)

Love reading, more often than not a thriller or anything with a good twist. Looking for a book club or a few people to get together with a coffee and/or cake and talk books!

Simon recommends:

Verity by Colleen hoover
Verity
by Colleen hoover | Buy this book
Easy to read with some good twists, dark, but not too dark!
The celestine prophecy by James Redfield
The celestine prophecy
by James Redfield | Buy this book
Firstly, I must add I'm not into the religious aspects of the book.. But past that, it's a great adventure, you get lost in the environment and get a real sense of how its portrayed. It's really up to the reader on what you think they are searching for. It's a great book for a discussion.
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Simon (Shrewsbury)

Like to read.

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jane (Ludlow)

i read on average a book a week and not only would i like to discuss books but also get recommendations

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David (Market Drayton)

New to the area and as an avid bibliophile looking to meet like minded people.

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Pam (Bridgnorth)

Would like to meet people who love to read and make new friends

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Carys (Newport (Shropshire))

Hi! I’m look to find some book friends to share the joy of reading with! I tend to gravitate towards fantasy but I do read across genres. I don’t have friends that read and would love to discuss books/start a relaxed Bookclub with people who are interested.

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Bookreader55 (Newport (Shropshire))

Enjoy reading and writing

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Bookreader55 (Newport (Shropshire))

Enjoy reading

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Geraint (Shrewsbury)

An avid reader of both fiction and factual/historical novels, I am looking for a local book club in which to share the joy of literature and discover recommendations for books to read from all others. My recent reads and recommendations include "The Black Angels" by Maria Smilios, "Say Nothing" by Patrick Radden Keefe, "The Secret Hours" by Mick Herron (Slow Horses author) and all of Victoria Hislop's books. Looking forward to hearing from you.

Geraint recommends:

The Black Angels by Maria Smilios
The Black Angels
by Maria Smilios | Buy this book
The untold story of the nurses who helped to cure Tuberculosis.
Say Nothing by Patrick Radden Keefe
Say Nothing
by Patrick Radden Keefe | Buy this book
A true story of murder and memory in Northern Ireland. Superbly, sympathetically and accurately written, the account focuses on the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
The Island  by Victoria Hislop
The Island
by Victoria Hislop | Buy this book
Written in 2005, "The Island" is a beautiful and moving tale of four generations rent by war, illicit love, violence and leprosy, from the thirties, through WW2, to the present day. The story of Spinalonga - Greece's former leper colony is incredible, heart-warming and educational. The follow up novel "The Return" continues the story to a modern day conclusion. Both brilliant.
The Return by Victoria Hislop
The Return
by Victoria Hislop | Buy this book
See my recommendation about "The Island".
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Kailee (Shrewsbury)

Hello! I'm Kailee, I'm 27, a lover of nature, books, photography, and travel! I love feminist books, nonfiction, history, ah basically anything! From Boston in the States, but lived in Edinburgh for a bit. Now living in Shrewsbury and wanting to join a book club :)

Kailee recommends:

Little Weirds by Jenny Slate
Little Weirds
by Jenny Slate | Buy this book
So surprising - loved, loved, loved this book! So personable, funny, and heartwarming.
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Kristy (Telford)

Enjoy reading, when I have the time although am trying to make more time this year. I like a wide range of books. I'm looking to join a book club to make new friends as I am new to the area.

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Baylie (Shrewsbury)

I love reading but sometimes done have the drive myself. I’m into sci-fi, fantasy, fiction, horror, murder mysteries but definitely open to widening my horizons. Looking to make friends along the way

Baylie recommends:

Zombie fallout  by Mark Tufo
Zombie fallout
by Mark Tufo | Buy this book
The book is excellently written you will connect the the main character immediately. It’s a band of ordinary people trying to get by in extraordinary times.
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Elaine (Bridgnorth)

Love reading - recently moved to area

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Helen (Newport (Shropshire))

It would be great to meet with others who are interested in reading and discussing books. If anyone in Newport or around is interested in setting up a bookclub in Newport, please get in touch. I am a bit restricted by days but could do once a month on a Friday evening if that suits. Look forward to hearing from anyone interested.

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Angie (Newport (Shropshire))

Hello, I am 31 and looking to join a book club to make friends and also help hold me to account to reach my goal of reading one book a month this year. I'm flexible in terms of genre and meeting up. I am from south Africa and moved to Newport last year after living in London for 8 years.

Angie recommends:

Babel  by R F Kuang
Babel
by R F Kuang | Buy this book
Set mainly in Oxford in the 1800s, bit of magic and about the British empire and the power of translation. I was hooked and couldn't wait to get through it, obviously I was then devastated when I got to the final page that the adventure was over!
Finding the mother tree by Suzanne simard
Finding the mother tree
by Suzanne simard | Buy this book
As a tree lover anyway, this book has had a profound impact on me ever since. It is scientific, fascinating, sad and hopeful. It's a beautiful story of the authors life and her bond with trees in Canada. Highly recommend
Unwell Women  by Elinor cleghorn
Unwell Women
by Elinor cleghorn | Buy this book
History of medicine and the LACK of female inclusion... It's maddening, gripping, frustrating, insightful and a must read.
Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
Pachinko
by Min Jin Lee | Buy this book
Honestly I bought this in the airport before a flight with zero expectations, and I was gripped. It's a beautiful story of 3 generations from Koreo in Japan over the 20th century. I learnt a lot about the history of Korea and Japan but also fell in love with the characters. It's beautiful with some tragic twists. I cried so recommend tissues.
Klara & the Sun  by Kazuo Ishiguro
Klara & the Sun
by Kazuo Ishiguro | Buy this book
I finished this in one day. A story of friendship in the technological world. It's sad, gripping, beautiful and a must read. I loved this book so much I didn't want it to end. Just beautiful
Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus
Lessons in Chemistry
by Bonnie Garmus | Buy this book
A feminist, a chemist and a love story. It's gorgeous and made me feel warm inside (not all the time though to be fair) but I adored this book
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katedews (Bridgnorth)

I am moving to Shropshire in January and want to meet people who like to read

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Tabi (Telford)

I have always loved reading, especially thrillers and anything by Marian Keyes. Would like to join a book club to meet new people to chat with over coffee.

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Maryus (Shrewsbury)

Am a reader and a writer,but with no one who I can chat about this.

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