KGH BOOK CLUB
We meet most months to discuss a nominated book but also to revel in books, reading and sharing ideas. Please come and join us – we are always open to new members.
The next meeting of the KGH Book Club will be on: –
Monday 8th July, 12.00 – 12.45pm in the Tutorial Room, PWEC.
We will be sharing: –
The last of us by Rob Ewing
Eight-year-old Rona lives in an empty house with her friends Elizabeth and Alex. Home is a deserted island off Scotland where days are filled by playing school and ‘shopping’ for food and batteries. There are other children too – Calum Ian and Duncan – and the cats that follow them around. But for the last ones left, the path to survival is paved with dangers and decisions that risk extinguishing the hope they’ve so carefully kept alive.
‘Gripping and utterly believable’ IAN RANKIN, Guardian Books of the Year
‘A story about the strength and fragility of human nature.
Rob Ewing’s writing is powerful, compassionate and brilliant.
I absolutely loved it’ JOANNA CANNON
Please come and join us for a chat about this book ….or just books in general.
“Fiction gives us empathy: it puts us inside the minds of other people, gives us the gift of seeing the world through their eyes” Neil Gaiman, 2014