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Join us for a reading group discussion of Necessary Hunger by Nina Revoyr!
Left Bank Books - Central West End (downstairs)
As a star basketball player in her last year of high school, Nancy Takahiro's life is about to change forever. Facing the fear of leaving home and wondering where her skill will take her, Nancy is not prepared for the complications that arise when she meets Raina Webber, a devoted, ferocious athlete, whose love of basketball is matched only by her talent for it.
Parking: Lots one block north and one block east; street parking (meters free after 7pm)
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Location: Street: Left Bank Books - Central West End Additional: 399 N. Euclid Ave. City: Saint Louis, Province: Missouri Postal Code: 63108 Country: United States (adicionado a partir de IndieBound)… (mais)
Book Group This month the group will discuss Wingshooters by Nina Revoyr, a coming-of-age saga in which racism cuts across loyalties between family and friends. New participants are always welcome! (adicionado a partir de Barnes & Noble)
Plan to arrive early to visit and to shop. This is your opportunity to meet other readers in the community and to discuss some great books.
This complimentary event is open to the public. We always welcome new members to our book discussion night. No pre-registration is necessary; however it will be helpful to have read the book being discussed. Light refreshments provided.
10% discount offered on all book club purchases. (psybre)… (mais)
Nina Revoyr discusses The Age of Dreaming with special guest, Janet Fitch
In this follow-up to Revoyr's book, Southland, silent film star Jun Nakayaya is living in complete obscurity until a young writer tracks him down for an interview and tells him of a screenplay he wrote with Jun in mind. Jun is intrigued by the possibility of returning to movies, but he begins to worry that someone might delve too deeply into the past and uncover the events that led to the abrupt end of his career in 1922. These events include the changing social and racial tides in California--and the unsolved murder of his favorite director, Ashley Bennett Tyler. (booksense)… (mais)
Cinco De Mayo Event: Nina Revoyr, Elizabeth Crane, and Joe Meno
Spend Cinco De Mayo with us and a fabulous trio of authors. Nina Revoyr, Elizabeth Crane, and Joe Meno will read and discuss their titles The Age of Dreaming, You Must Be This Happy To Enter and Tender As Hellfire. (bookjones)… (mais)