Bookies Podcast is a book club. wear each month we read a novel and then sit around a table and talk about the themes, characters, and plot. this month we read "1632" written by Eric Flint. a small town from West Virginia in the year 2000 is transported to Germany in the ear 1632.
The Bookies are a book club podcast.
This episode, we read and discussed Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, which is the first book in the much loved Harry Potter series. This story revolves around young Harry Potter, a neglected orphan who lives with his aunt and uncle in England. Everything changes one day when he receives a letter, inviting him to attend the prestigious wizarding school Hogwarts.
His life is turned upside down as he enters a world of magic and mayhem as he discovers that he is famous in the world of wizards. Travel along with us as Harry makes new friends, battles evil, and finds where he truly belongs in the world!
the bookies podcast is a monthly book club. wear once a month a group of friends get together to read and review a book. this month wear talking about Eaters of the dead by Michael Crichton. a 3.6 on good reads. Eaters of the dead is based on the historical manuscripts of Ibd Fadlan and his experiences with the men of the north in AD 922. this book was adapted into a film the 13th warrior. this work is heavily influenced by Beowulf. this the first time we have read a Michael Crichton work. I hope you enjoy Eaters of the Dead
the Bookies podcast is a monthly book club. this month we have read Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. first published in 1990 this book is about an angel Aziraphale and a demon Crowley working together to stop the apocalypse. this is the second Terry Pratchett novel to be talked about on the Bookies Podcast. go back to our first episode to hear us talk about the Disk World novel Pyramids. this is the first Neil Gaiman novel we have read on the podcast but most definitely not the last. I hope you enjoy this episode of the Bookies Podcast.
the Bookies is a podcast were once a month we sit down and talk about a novel. this month we read "A wrinkle in time" by Madeleine L' Engle. "A wrinkle in time" is an award winning book that just happens to be amiad at children. we are going to talk about plot points, characters and spoilers the end of the book.
The Bookies get together once again to discuss this month's book, Don't Point That Thing At Me, by Kyril Bonfiglioli. Come and join us for some interesting, and sometimes intense, discussion of this much loved, VERY British, novel, which lead to the creation of Mortdecai, starring Johnny Depp, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Ewen McGregor.
on this episode we at the Bookies sat down and read Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz. this book is about a young man who sees ghosts. "the dead don't talk, i don't know why". but when the ghosts come to him by god he due something about it.