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Humanist Book Discussion Group - Jacksonville

The FCFS Humanist Book Discussion Group - Jacksonville meets on the FIRST SUNDAY of each month, at different times and at different Jacksonville locations. To participate, you need to join the Humanist Book Group Meetup, where you will find all meetup details (books, meeting times and locations). You can suggest books or articles for discussion and can RSVP. To join: http://www.meetup.com/humanistbookgroup/

 We look forward to your participation!

Reading List

• July 1, 2018 - The Art of Deception:  An Introduction to Critical Thinking, by Nicholas Capaldi
• June 3, 2018 - It Can't Happen Here, by Sinclair Lewis
• May 6, 2018 - This is How It Begins, by Joan Dempsey
• April 1, 2018 -Aping Mankind, by Raymond Tallis; and Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow
• March 4, 2018 - The Edge of Nowhere, by Elizabeth George
• February 4, 2018 - Origin: A Novel,  by Dan Brown
• January 7, 2018 - The Emotional Lives of Animals, by Mark Bekoff


Humanist Book Discussion Group - St. Augustine

The FCFS Humanist Book Discussion Group - St. Augustine meets from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on the SECOND SUNDAY of each month, at the clubhouse of a private condominium on Anastasia Island, in St. Augustine. Contact Charlie West at westjrcw@gmail.com for further information (address, directions, and gate code) and to RSVP.

If the reading list is not current, contact Charlie (westjrcw@gmail.com), as he is the man in the know!

Reading List

• April 8, 2018 - The Death of Ivan Ilyich, by Count Leo Tolstoy
• March 11, 2018 - No title submitted.
• February 11, 2018 - The Kingdom of Speech, by Tom Wolfe
• January 14, 2018 - The Unknown Universe:  A New Exploration of Time, Space, and Modern Cosmology - By Stuart Clark