Book Discussions-2015

 A discussion Guide is now available

Tale Reader’s Guide We Are Called To Rise

Tues., February 3           7:00 p.m.     Pike Library

Mon., February 9           6:00 p.m.     Yates Community Library

Tues., February 17          7:00 p.m.      Hoag Library

Thurs., February 19        2:00 p.m.      Woodward Memorial Library

Thurs., February 19       6:00 p.m.      Woodward Memorial Library

Tues., February 24         7:00 p.m.       Perry Public Library

Tues., February 24         7:00 p.m.      Warsaw Public Library

Wed., February 25         11:15 a.m.      Arcade Free Library

Mon., March 2               1:00 p.m.       Lee-Whedon Memorial Library

Mon., March 2               7:00 p.m.      Community Free Library

Wed., March 11             7:45 a.m.       Richmond Memorial Library

Wed., March 11             6:45 p.m.       Pavilion Public Library

Thurs., March 12           6:30 p.m.     Stevens Memorial Comm. Library

Thurs., March  12         7:00 p.m.      Byron-Bergen Public Library

Sat., March 14               1:00 p.m.     Wyoming Free Library

Wed., March 18             7:00 p.m.     Haxton Memorial Library

Wed., March 18             6:00 p.m.     Richmond Memorial Library

Thurs., March 19           3:30 p.m.     Genesee Community College

Thurs., March 19          6:30 p.m.      Corfu Free Library

Read and be ready to discuss the book with other participants.
Book Discussion Questions
1. The setting, Las Vegas, is so pervasive it is almost a
character in its own right. Talk about how the author
uses the dry desert town as a backdrop and as an integral
piece of the story. Could the story take place anywhere
2. When we first meet Luis, he is recovering from a selfinflicted
gunshot wound, and he suffers both mentally
and physically. How does the act of writing to Bashkim
help him with both?
3. Guns are an integral part of the plot. Discuss the role of
guns in this story, both in actuality and as metaphor.

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