If you like reading and you’re looking for a space to share your readings, this is the place for you.
We want to be by your side during this period of recollection at home and what better way than by sharing with us the solitary pleasure of reading. For this reason, we have launched an online reading club aimed at adults and as of today, March 30, you can sign up and be part of it by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have chosen three excellent titles with different themes so that you can sign up for the one that best suits your tastes, needs or literary preferences. All three are novels that have a lot to do with the mission and values of the Foundation and we are sure you’ll be hooked instantly.
Los renglones torcidos de Dios (God’s twisted lines) by Torcuato Luca de Tena: to enjoy a great book that mixes action, suspense, lots of psychology and good characters: Alice Gould is committed to a mental institution in order to investigate a crime, or is that really why? The extreme intelligence of this woman and her seemingly normal attitude confuses doctors to the point of not knowing if she was unfairly committed or is actually suffering from a serious and dangerous psychological disorder.
A ciegas en Manhattan (Blindly in Manhattan) by Nuria del Saz: presents a blind character who astonishingly develops her other senses with which to perceive New York City, to smell it, sense it closely within her.. For those who have visited New York City, this work presents New York as a sensory place rather than a visual one. In her mind’s creation, which thanks to her other senses, is in fact, a city that has nothing to envy from the city which those who can see have before them .
At the other end of the leash (Patricia, B. McConnell): It is one of the books on dog education that has received the best public reviews. The reason for this is that this book has helped hundreds of people understand and educate their dog with its many tips and quality information. It is especially thought for those people who have a dog or are thinking of adopting one soon. A book written in a clear and simple way, which engages the reader who will enjoy reading each page.
You just have to choose a book and send an email indicating your data (name, surname and email), we take care of everything else, we will even provide you with the book. Deadline for registration until April 2.
How are we going to organize it?
We will organize a reading group for each title and we will put you in contact with the group coordinator.
Each group will consist of a maximum of 15 people.
Our meetings will be online: Skype, zoom, Hangouts … we will adapt to the digital platform you have and if you do not have it we will provide them!!
With reference to the dates set for the meeting of our Club, we will chat about the passage, chapter or … why not … the entire book.
“A reader lives a thousand lives before dying. Who never reads lives only one ”. (George, RR Martin)