The Official Zoomer Book Club

Let's talk about books. I think we have begun to lose our abilities to sit down and stay still and simply read. Maybe the "old-fashioned good book" will enrich us, help decompress our busy selves. Let's write about what we like to read about.

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Book of the Week: They Left Us Everything by Plum Johnson

Started by Naddy Anglin. Last reply by Theresa Shearer 22 hours ago. 1 Reply

5 Hot New Fiction Books for April

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

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books Dec 16, 2013. 0 Replies

Any thrillers to recommend?

Started by Athena McKenzie, Zoomer Books. Last reply by Barbara Lev Oct 17, 2013. 9 Replies

Alice Munro wins the Nobel Prize for Literature!

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Comment by Albert "Robby" McRobb on January 25, 2014 at 5:15pm

Two great books, I have read lately.


The Best Soldiers Wife  by Katrin Horowitz available from Amazon .ca  A well written well documented book written by a soldiers wife. She shares a series of letters to the wife of the Chief of Staff about life while her husband is serving in Afghanistan A True Canadian Read.


The second book is a biography of my life as an Immigrant to Canada.Starting with arrival on the Queen Mary, growing up in Toronto, Army life. 10 years in the Office of PM Brian Mulroney and further life adventures offshore, Saudia, Algeria, Kazakstan, Azerbaijan then return to Canada,

Also available or ane mail to myself at


Comment by June Louise Roy on January 25, 2014 at 5:13pm

I always wanted to write a book, even have the Weekend Novelist book to give me tips and hopefully inspiration, but NOOO!  I just do not have the time or inclination to start. Maybe when I


Comment by Carol Marlene Smith on January 25, 2014 at 5:03pm

Love Lisa Gardner. She is fabulous.

Comment by June Louise Roy on January 25, 2014 at 4:59pm

I read A Tap on the Window by Linwood Barclay. First of his novels I have read since I saw the offer here to vote on it for book of the year. It was a gripping and riveting book. The ending is sad..I will not spoil it for anyone who has not read it yet.  I also read Lisa Gardner crime books, just waiting for the most recent one to be available at the library, or I will probably buy it from KOBO. I finally went back to The Endless Forest by Sara Donati, the final book in her Wilderness series. I downloaded it like over a year ago! Been too busy reading other books.


Comment by Carol Marlene Smith on January 25, 2014 at 4:42pm

Hi all, I'm around but have been working on a book as well ScarletGranny, or should I say picking at several of them. Winter is a great time to write, although I've also been honing up my carpenter skills by making a daybed and trundle. Busy busy, too busy to read and that's kinda a crime. 

Comment by ScarletGranny on January 25, 2014 at 3:38pm

Hey folks, has no one been reading lately or...?

Been doing a lot of writing myself since early winter, but just finished a super novel, The Last Good Man by A.J. Kazinski. Centred in Denmark but drifting worldwide from time to time, it's different from my usual dabble in the SF/Fantasy genre, but well-written with a gripping plot and interesting ending. Worth the $4.99 on Indigo's clearance page.

Will be back to see if anyone else has cracked a book this year yet.

Cheers, hope all are well.

Comment by Elizabeth P.Schoeller on October 10, 2013 at 11:39pm

Just checking out the many novels one can read and the latest Book of the Week is such a pleasant hour in my daily week.

Comment by Elaine Ellis on September 20, 2013 at 10:33pm

Hi Everyone - Looking forward to being a part of the group - an avid reader with many favourite authors - have moved to a very small community with a very small library - new books are very scarce.

Comment by Ellen Ann on August 31, 2013 at 11:18am

An English friend of mine recommended Josephine Tey who is a British author whose last book was published in the mid-50's.  I got a couple from the library and I was impressed.  She has written a series of mysteries with the same dectective and I hear they are all very good.

Comment by Willow Humphrey on August 31, 2013 at 9:57am

As I am a fan of British mysteries I find myself searching for names of authors I may not have read.  Any recommended names would be greatly appreciated.



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