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Indigocafe.com :: Columns & Reviews :: Column :: Books from October 16 Indigocafe.com MeetupBooks from October 16 Indigocafe.com Meetup
by Jenn, Indigocafe.com's Founder
Posted: December 4, 2007
These are the books the group has been reading and that we discussed in the last Meetup. The were varied, interesting, and great fodder for the thought provoking discussion we shared. It was great meeting with all of you. Please feel free to add any comments to the books on the Indigocafe.com site.

Thanks to everyone that made it to the Meetup! And to all those who couldn't come I hope we will see you next time! We will meet at an Independent Bookstore here in NYC.

Books Gail Discussed:


Luna by Julie Anne Peters


Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust by Immaculee Ilibagiza

A Book Paul Discussed:


Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell

Books Chris Discussed:


Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller


Harmful to Minors: The Perils of Protecting Children from Sex by Judith Levine


Getting Off: Pornography and the End of Masculinity by Robert Jensen

and finally, Books Jenn Discussed:


Interfictions: An Anthology of Interstitial Writing edited by Delia Sherman and Theodora Goss

-- A collection speculative fiction stories. I'm taking my time reading it. It's like a box of chocolates, I have no idea what the next story will bring. I like it so far.


All That is Gone: Stories by Pramoedya Ananta Toer

-- A beautiful collection of short stories about life in Indonesia by an author that is known the world over, just not so well in the US


The Road by Cormac McCarthy

-- A tale of the survival of a father and his young son in a post apocalyptic world. A really great read


Villette by Charlotte Bronte

-- the last book written by Charlotte Bronte, who was in mourning from the loss of all her sisters and brother. I'm still reading it but it does come across as a pre-feminist story about making it in this world as an independent woman.

About the Author
Jenn Brissett is the Founder of Indigocafe.com




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