The Drummond Public Library has scheduled the first meeting of the Drummond Library Book Review group for April 21 at 2 p.m. via Zoom. The public is invited to join this virtual book club. The group is open for adults interested in development of a new book club. At this first meeting, suggestions will be taken for future selections and a schedule for meeting times and dates discussed.
Having common interests with others in your community is a great way to stay connected during these isolating times. Group members do not have to be patrons of Drummond library. Being a patron in any library in the Northern Waters Library System is helpful to check out the books that will be read. The first book that will be discussed is "The Brutal Telling" by Louise Penny. This is in the detective series Chief Inspector Gamache. If you have read this book already or would like to read and join in, please contact the library at 715-739-6290 or email drumlib@drummond. wislib.org.
The group will be via Zoom and you must call or email to register for the meeting.
A few questions to start the conversation: 1) Have you read other Inspector Ganache books? How does this one compare? 2) What character do you most identify with? 3) Who did you think was the murderer? Why? Were you right? 4) Were you surprised by the ending?
Further discussion questions to consider are available through Lit-Lovers website.
Library Director Addie Arens said, "We won't stop at having adult only book clubs. If you would like to start a club in other age groups or possibly by subject, ie. mysteries, westerns, etc., please contact the library. We will help you get started and host Zoom for you."
Information provided by the Drummond Public Library.