- n. alternative spelling of book club.
- n. a club that people join in order to buy selected books at reduced prices
“We are discussing it in bookclub next week and I think it will be rather popular!”
“I remember being horrified in bookclub when someone dismissed a book that I had liked.”
“The Waterstone's bookclub is an open forum for the discussion of books and all related topics.”
“The idea of a bookclub is great-getting recommendations and maybe hints on good new books-can't wish for more (mmmh. .maybe winning the latest ARC but that's on another wishlist).”
“January 19th, 2009 at 4: 52 pm if this bookclub is exclusive to clusterflock posters, then i shall participate as christopher walken.”
“This month's BBC Radio 4 bookclub is today, repeated on Thursday 10 January, in which Alice Sebold discusses her haunting and haunted novel The Lovely Bones (one I have read: loved the first half intensely, found the second half ran out of steam).”
“The South African bookclub is a poorer version (since books are more expensive here) and people generally don’t read the same book.”
“I recall my bookclub once read 'Sunday at the pool in Kigali' for a meeting.”
“Buy tickets online at: guardian.co.uk/books/bookclub For queries only call 020 3353 2881.”
“I also recently enjoyed The Given Day by Dennis Lehane (good historical fiction of Boston in early 1900′s-though a bit gritty at times) and The Help by K. Stockett, our September bookclub book.”
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