The end of the year brings a few changes to book club dates and meeting places as the holidays grow near. Thanks for a wonderful year of reading and great discussions! Find more details on Seymour Library’s Book Club webpage.
An evocative retelling of the Anastasia survival myth follows the appearance of a traumatized, badly scarred young woman who claims to be the youngest Romanov daughter, launching a half-century of questions, accusations and changing perspectives on identity as conveyed by her supporters and detractors.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Washington: A Life presents a meticulously researched portrait of the complicated Civil War general and 18th President, challenging the views of his critics while sharing insights into his prowess as a military leader, the honor with which he conducted his administration and the rise and fall of his fortunes.
Please read Part III (p. 862 – 961).
* date and meeting place change *
Read More Book Club
Thursday, December 20 at 7 p.m.
The club will meet at Next Chapter Brewpub, 100 Genesee St. Suite B in Auburn.
ON AIR NOW9:00 PM - 10:00 PMThe Alan Nathan ShowTired of the usual liberal/conservative treatment that strangles most media debates? Fed up with positions ignored unless they meet their pigeon-holed agenda? Then tune in to Alan Nathan, the centrist with teeth, as he advances a more biting aggressiveness to both sides of the political spectrum.