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Maria_H
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News About the Next First Look

We have our next First Look selected. 

 

Please come to this thread in the Announcement board next week for more infomation about the book, the discussion, and how to get your free copy!



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Re: News About the Next First Look

Good morning!

 

We're happy to announce that our next First Look selection is A Fortunate Age, a debut novel by Joanna Smith Rakoff. Rakoff takes us into the core of a group of friends, recent Oberlin graduates whose ambitions and friendships threaten to unravel as they chase their dreams, shed their youth, and build their lives in Brooklyn. Rakoff will be joining our discussion in January, months before the book will be published! 

 

Enrollment for our next First Look is now open.  Please click here for information on how to sign up.



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