Babble Book Club will have its final discussion of read Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe on Friday May 17 2:00 p.m. EST in the babble book lounge on the existing thread.
Everyone is invited for an involved discussion with Babble Book Club members that will take place for one hour. This means there will be more Babble Book Club members present to discussion and respond to fellow readers. The conversation is always encouraged to run before and after the 'final discussion' time, but please be aware that your comments and questions might not be responded to immediately.
For additional fun, please join the Babble Book Club Facebook group.
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