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Film Adaptations Coming To A Theatre Near You

It’s a polarizing debate: read the book or see the movie first? This year promises a number of great film adaptions, will you be reading wh…

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5 Hot New Fiction Books for April

Spanning past, present and future, these fabulous new releases are on our book list this month. LANDING GEAR by Kate Pullinger What if som…

Started by Naddy Anglin

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Be sure to vote for the Zoomer Book Club Book of the Year

We’ve narrowed it down to these six standout fiction choices we think deserve to be celebrated. Which one is your favourite? The book with…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

0 Dec 16, 2013

Any thrillers to recommend?

This week, our book of the week is The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison, a taunt psychological thriller. It's earning comparisons to last sum…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

9 Oct 17, 2013
Reply by Barbara Lev

Alice Munro wins the Nobel Prize for Literature!

What great news to wake up to this morning! I've been a huge fan of Munro since reading Who Do You Think You Are? in school. And I've been…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

2 Oct 11, 2013
Reply by June Louise Roy

What are the writers reading?

Most authors will tell you that a key to being a good writer is to read, read, read. Given that reading is part of the job, so to speak, Zo…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

1 Sep 7, 2013
Reply by Archie Bunker

What is your favourite Elmore Leonard novel?

I was saddened to hear about the death of Elmore Leonard, that wonderful crime writer who created such memorable characters.  He wrote ove…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

3 Sep 7, 2013
Reply by Archie Bunker

Is there room for ebooks and print books?

Here's a question for the new year. Do you think that ebooks will revolutionize the publishing industry and the reading community. My thoug…

Started by Mary E. Martin

24 Sep 6, 2013
Reply by Geraldine Rickett

Are you more likely to read The Cuckoo's Calling now that you know that it's by J.K. Rowling?

Is anyone here going to read The Cuckoo's Calling? I love mysteries set in the UK, so it appealed to me before the big reveal of its author…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

2 Jul 22, 2013
Reply by Susan Gabriel

Summer Reads

What says summer read to you? I love delving into a crime series that I haven't read before, like Kate Atkinson's Jackson Brody mysteries,…

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books

7 Jul 19, 2013
Reply by Lois

Do People Re-read Their Favourites or Find it a Waste of Time?

I, for one, don't re-read books unless they are educational ones in one form or another. Lifestyle books will be read again but fiction, no…

Started by Melody Pierson

23 Jul 19, 2013
Reply by Lois

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