About the Event
Join Rivermont Readers for a series of lively book discussions
From a book introducing the original hard-boiled detective to the true story of grieving son’s pilgrimage through the cradle of Christianity, Rivermont Readers’ upcoming selections promise to start lively discussions of topics ranging from finding faith to the history of paper.
Rivermont Readers meet on the third Saturday of every month from 7 to 8 pm, for the time being on Zoom. In January we read Kristin Hannah’s fictional WWII saga, The Nightingale. In February we tackled another piece of fiction, Marilynne Robinson’s Jack, the story of a couple grappling with 1950s attitudes toward interracial relationships. In March we’ll turn to nonfiction with Timothy Egan’s A Pilgrimage to Eternity.
Drop in to discuss a book you loved (or hated)! The church will send out a Zoom link before each meeting. Here’s the schedule for the next few months:
March 20: Timothy Egan, A Pilgrimage to Eternity: From Canterbury to Rome in Search of a Faith
April 17: Raymond Chandler, The Big Sleep
May 15: Susan Orlean, The Library Book
June 19: Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Water Dancer
July 17: Mark Kurlansky, Paper
August 21: Kim Michele Richardson, The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek
September 18: JoJo Moyers, Me Before You