Metafilter Low Effort Book Club

For people who want to chat about literature without having to read anything new. Post adolescent faves or the book that changed your life or that one weird old novel that you stole off your mom's nightstand. Then grab a glass of wine and let's talk.

Posts for this club should be tagged: mleb_club.

April 11

Book: The Age of Innocence

“Women ought to be free - as free as we are,” he declared, making a discovery of which he was too irritated to measure the terrific consequences. [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 12:31 PM - 4 comments

March 27

Book: The House with a Clock in Its Walls

A boy goes to live with his magician uncle in a mysterious mansion that has an ominous ticking sound coming from its walls. [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 11:00 AM - 18 comments

March 5

Book: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

“Rule number one: Always stick around for one more drink. That's when things happen. That's when you find out everything you want to know.” [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 3:23 PM - 4 comments

February 28

Book: Interview with the Vampire

“You are the night, and the night alone understands you and enfolds you in its arms.” [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 1:25 PM - 16 comments

February 26

a book club for people without time to read

Introducing the Metafilter Low Effort Book Club. [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 10:47 PM - 1 comment

Book: The Phantom Tollbooth

“There was once a boy named Milo who didn't know what to do with himself — not just sometimes but always. When he was in school he longed to be out, and when he was out he longed to be in ... Nothing really interested him — least of all the things that should have.” [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 9:36 PM - 16 comments

February 25

Book: Flowers In The Attic

“Love doesn’t always come when you want it to. Sometimes it just happens, despite your will.” [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 11:29 PM - 19 comments

February 23

Book: Harriet the Spy

...she scribbled in her notebook: “LIFE IS A GREAT MYSTERY. IS EVERYBODY A DIFFERENT PERSON WHEN THEY ARE WITH SOMEBODY ELSE?” [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 9:26 AM - 8 comments

February 20

Book: Pride and Prejudice

"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife." [more inside]
posted by roger ackroyd at 5:57 PM - 26 comments