We then roamed from My Husband and I – an expose of the Queen’s marriage by Ingrid Seward, Murakami – Katka on the Shore, Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe written about pre European aboriginal farming sounded quite interesting and created some discussion. First Person by Richard Flanagan was deemed to have `difficult’ language.
Some other interesting reads were The Tattoist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris, The Toymaker by Liam Pieper was also set in Auschwitz, The Cactus by Sarah Haywood, Iris and Ruby set in Cairo were all enjoyed. The Horse Bay written by Rupert Isaacson was relevant as Graeme Simsion who wrote The Rosie Project is coming to the Library.
To finish off an autobiography of Judge Michael Kirby and also The Prisoner by Kerry Tucker were appreciated.
Quite a few other books were discussed, it was a most enjoyable group discussion. See you all on July 3rd at 2 p.m.