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Mystery Book Group: The Ruin by Dervla McTiernan

Event date: 
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 8:30am
Event address: 
Once Upon A Time Bookstore
2207 Honolulu Ave.
Montrose, CA 91020

 

Start your morning with a lively discussion of McTiernan's The Ruin with tea and homemade scones. Whether you loved it, hated it, or haven't finished it, we want to see you at our Mystery Book Group at America's Oldest Children's Bookstore!

Voting will be held during the January meeting. Please bring some recommendations!

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The Ruin: A Novel Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9780143133124
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Penguin Books - July 3rd, 2018

The Ruin Cover Image
$11.99
ISBN: 9780525504894
Availability: Available Now
Published: Penguin Books - July 2nd, 2018

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This delightful family read aloud skillfully weaves empathy, compassion and family into a beautifully realized story – universal and timeless – I dare say a new classic, in the mold of Charlotte’s Web (without the talking animals). Ten-year old Louie is trying his best to save a mini-donkey, he named Winston, who was born prematurely and whose mother died giving birth. Louie’s track record is not so good at keeping animals in his care alive, but he has faith in Winslow and gives him everything he has – most especially his love. Louie is sure Winslow will survive, and uses his plight as connection to his older brother Gus’ absence serving in the army. Strong, fully developed characters come to life in Creech’s vividly, and deceptively short novel which will stay with you long after the satisfying last page. - Maureen