Book Club enjoys exciting novels

Conor Banaszkiewicz, '20, Staff Reporter

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Book club members have been busy reading and discussing important topics this month.

Recently, the freshmen and sophomores read “Lockdown”, by Alexander Gordon Smith, a book about a wrongly-convicted teenage boy who must escape the world’s most secure prison.

The juniors and seniors read “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”, by Mark Haddon, a book about a boy with autism who is investigating the death of a neighborhood dog.

The freshman and sophomores are just starting “The Face on the Milk Carton”, by Caroline Cooney, a psychological thriller about a girl who was kidnapped by her “parents” and must uncover the truth about who she really is.

The juniors and seniors are now starting “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford”, by Ron Hansen, a book about the assassination of Jesse James.

Book Club meets once a month in the library.

They are provided with snacks by Ms. Esola while they discuss their readings.

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