I should start by saying that prior to reading this I was not a fan of DC Comics or Batman. I've always found Batman to be too simple to warrant the title of a superhero. I mean, let's be honest: He's really just a rich ninja with a lot of cool toys. But this book changed my mind on Batman and DC Comics.
It's the week after Thanksgiving, and a librarian, a teacher, a college student, a quilt shop clerk and others gather for a special winter session of "Quiltsgiving" at quilt camp at Elm Creek Manor. Quiltsgiving, set for the week after Thanksgiving, was created as a time to commence a season of generosity.
As is often the case, I came across this book while looking for something completely different. The jacket is unremarkable. There is nothing about the title that would draw one's attention. But, somehow it drew mine; and here we are.
Join us for a book club discussion of Paula McClain's The Paris Wife, a deeply evocative story of ambition and betrayal.The Paris Wife captures a remarkable period of time and love affair between two unforgettable people: Ernest Hemingway and his wife Hadley.