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FPC Literature Circle

Enjoy the May 2021 Literature Circle book review by Martha Smith of the historical fiction novel, “Becoming Mrs. Lewis,” by author Patti Callahan. What started out as letters searching into the world of Christianity by Joy Davidman with C.S. Lewis, an Oxford Don & author of Narnia, gradually evolved into a deep friendship, love and then marriage. You won’t want to miss the entirety of their life together.

This will be our final review before our summer recess until September 14, 2021.  See the list of new book selections for your summer reading at the tab above.

In-person masks are required along with social distancing.  You may bring your own personal bottle of drinking water. The taped review is time delayed a few hours.

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Willie Willming, Publicity, ewillming@aol.com

May 2021 Book Review

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March 2021 Review

March 2021 Review

February 2021 Review has been Rescheduled to March 19.

Video will be posted by Monday, March 22.

January 2021 Review

December 2020 Review

November 2020 Review

October 2020 Review

September 2020 Review of HOMER’S ODYSSEY by Gwen Cooper,
Reviewer: Jane Hansen

Date Book Image Book Name & Author Reviewer
September 14 Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell

Martha Smith

October 12 Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

Rev. Mitchell Moore

November 9 But He Doesn’t Know the Territory by Meredith Wilson

Bill Hensley

December 14 The Mystery of Mrs. Christie by Marie Benedict Martha Smith
January 11 The Resurrection of Fulgencio Ramirez by Rudy Ruiz Rudy Ruiz
February 8 A Stranger Among Saints by Jonathan Mack Hank Cherry
March 8 Princess by Jean Sasson Jane Hanson
April 12 Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan Rev. Mark Doty, Phd.
May 10 The Exiles by Christina Baker Kline Ann Smith