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The Connect Book Club
Welcome to the Connect Book Club!

At the Connect Book Club you will meet other people who share a passion for literature. Each month we read a different book then meet to discuss it. The first group always meets on the second or third Friday of the month (19:30h). The second group meets on the second Wednesday (19:00h). The third group meets on the first Wednesday (19:30h). Of course, dates and times may change so please check your invitation.

If you would like to join, please see the contact page. Please also mention which group you would like to join.

When you join, a profile will be created for you with your name and e-mail address. You will get a link to this page where you can also configure which group or groups you want to be in. You can join all three groups if you like and you will receive invitations to all the meetings.

Members take turns hosting the book club. The hosts are only responsible for the venue, but usually also provide plates, silverware and perhaps hot drinks. The guests should bring snacks or drinks. Attendance is usually limited to ensure seating for all. When a meeting is scheduled, you should get an invitation e-mail with a link to RSVP. The link will also be on your profile page in case the e-mail is not delivered. After the limit is reached, you may still sign up. But you will be put on a waiting list. If you are registered but decide you cannot come, please be sure to de-RSVP so someone else can get the seat.

This month's book - Group 1 This month's book - Group 2 This month's book - Group 3
The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women

On January 11, we are meeting at Ola's place.

We will be discussing: "The Radium Girls: The Dark Story of America's Shining Women" by Kate Moore.

The Fifth Season

On January 9, we will be discussing:

"The Fifth Season" by N. K. Jemsin.

Alone in Berlin

On January 2, we are meeting at Vicky's place.

We will be discussing: "Alone in Berlin" by Hans Fallada.