At the generous public demand (thank you guys for loving this project) it has finally arrived, the time for another episode of my Book Club.
Thinking about the first edition and how fulfilling that experience was, of all the things we discussed about, I must confess that I’m pretty anxious about this new meeting.
We’ll have yummy delicatessen and drinks (gin tonics included I hope), moments of fun and free talks about anything and everything. Also, just like the in Parisian Saloons, when the aristocrats met for a book club they usually needed a book to be named for reading a month ahead, so I figured out we need to do the same.
This month’s book choice is not a comfortable one at first sight, you might even say unusual but when you open it and start reading its pages you discover that common sense and healthy values come with the same package. You must understand my subjectivity, I somehow identify myself with this description so this month I say we read “Cimitirul” by Adrian Telespan. Probably this is the most talked about book in this country at the moment and a best seller on Carturesti’s list. Although you’ll read it easily, this is not an easy book , I have some personal highlights that I can’t wait to talk to you about.
Therefore, as you know, you have to send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know that you are coming. The date/place and time will be announced the next weeks. As a focus point, this book club will be around the 16th of February.
Also, you must keep in mind that this meeting is free of any costs from your side so everyone who wants to attend is my guest and a dear friend.
I cannnn’tttt waiiiittt. Literally!
Anette de Morodanette