Start: 20 October 2021
19 h 00 min
End: 20 October 2021
21 h 00 min

Event Venue

Le National Winebar, Route de Sion 1, 3960 Sierre

GPS: 46.2915865, 7.5280689

Anyone interested to join, please contact Sonja and she will send you the details on the day.

We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Please feel free to share with anyone interested in a monthly book discussion in English.
Books can be read in any language but the group discussion will be in English.
We hope that you can join us!

Pay for what you consume.

Reservations to:
Sonja at or Mobile: 078 900 86 91

We will be discussing the following books on the following dates:

BOOK TITLE                                        AUTHOR                                    To be discussed           

The Tattooist of Auschwitz                   Heather Morris                            17 March 2021
(based on a true story) 
The Henna Artist                                  Alka Joshi (fiction)                       21 April 2021
The Beekeeper of Aleppo                    Christy Lefteri (fiction)                 19 May 2021
Ordinary Man                                       Paul Rusesabagina                     16 June 2021
(the True Story Behind Hotel Rwanda) 
How to stop time                                  Matt Haig (fiction)                        21 July 2021
The Light in Hidden Places                 Sharon Cameron                         18 August 2021
(based on a true story)
Milkman                                               Anna Burns (fiction)                     15 September 2021
Fatty O’Leary’s Dinner Party               Alexander McCall Smith               20 October 2021

Here is the blurb for the next book we will be discussing: 
Milkman by Anna Burns

In this unnamed city, to be interesting is dangerous.
Middle sister, our protagonist, is busy attempting to keep her mother from discovering her maybe-boyfriend and to keep everyone in the dark about her encounter with Milkman.
But when first brother-in-law sniffs out her struggle, and rumours start to swell, middle sister becomes ‘interesting’. The last thing she ever wanted to be. To be interesting is to be noticed and to be noticed is dangerous.

Milkman is a tale of gossip and hearsay, silence and deliberate deafness. It is the story of inaction with enormous consequences.

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