BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION OF

BARBARA KINGSOLVER’S UNSHELTERED

Held Thursday, September 17 /  6:30-7:30 p.m.

Kingsolver’s dual narrative works beautifully. By giving us a family and a world teetering on the brink in 2016, and conveying a different but connected type of 19th-century teetering, Kingsolver creates a sense…that as humans we’re inevitably connected through the possibility of collapse, whether it’s the collapse of our houses, our bodies, logic, the social order or earth itself…In this engaged and absorbing novel, the two narratives reflect each other, reminding us of the dependability and adaptiveness of our drive toward survival.”

(Meg Wolitzer, New York Times Book Review, 10/19/2018)

The Montgomery County Public Libraries Twinbrook Branch hostied a virtual book club discussion on Sept. 17th from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm of Barbara Kingsolver’s book, Unsheltered.  

The Book Group discussion is typically free flowing and informal.

This was a Zoom meeting.

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