Join us in April for our next Facebook Book Club!
We’ve chosen ‘The High Mountains of Portugal’ by Yann Martel as a our book for April.
In late 1904, Tomas Lobo, an assistant curator at Lisbon’s Museum of Ancient Art, sets off to the High Mountains of Portugal in search of a seventeenth century artifact that he believes to be profoundly important.
At the start of 1939, Eusebio Lozora, a Braganca hospital pathologist, is asked to perform an autopsy under strange circumstances.
In the late 1980s, Canadian Senator Peter Tovy finds himself travelling with a chimpanzee from Oklahoma to a small village in the High Mountains of Portugal.
Three stories of grief, loss, magic and spirituality from the author of The Life of Pi.
Please download the book in ebook or audiobook format on your Borrowbox app as soon as you can, and renew as you go, to make sure you get a copy this month!
Join us in our Facebook Group for lively discussion on Tuesday April 20th at 8:00 PM. No Zoom links or webcams necessary as we will be discussing through the online group, so you can join the chat easily.
Join the Facebook Book Group for book chats – Visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/942366012849699 to join.
Download as an eBook or eAudiobook on BorrowBox on your phone or tablet.
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