Book of the month – Flash Boys by Michael Lewis

And our April book club pick, chosen by Kristina, is Flash Boys by Michael Lewis!

We’re excited to read a novel by the same author as The Blind Side and Moneyball. Have you ready anything by Michael Lewis before?

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About Julia Kent

Julia is an outgoing and energetic writer and food blogger from Halifax. Five years ago, Julia started The Unputdownable Book Club and her food blog, The Domestic Blonde. A graduate of Carleton University’s journalism program, Julia currently works in Ottawa in public relations. As a former broadcast journalist and with a background in musical theatre, she is a natural presenter. In her free time, she recipe-tests, reads, runs, hosts a podcast called Young PR Pros, watches bad television and plays competitive soccer. She’s addicted to Canadian Living and Chapters Indigo. Her favourite books include A Thousand Splendid Suns, Pride & Prejudice and The Book of Negroes. Twitter: @kentjulia
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4 Responses to Book of the month – Flash Boys by Michael Lewis

  1. Heather Hicks says:

    I hear this is a great book! Our club has this one on our list. We are currently reading It’s a Ball by J Morgan McGrady. Funniest read for us in a while. She is just too funny, I imagine she is a riot in real life! jmorganmcgrady.com is her site, well worth the look!

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  2. Hello Julia,

    I’m writing an article for Apartment 613 – it’s part of a series that’s a tour guide of ‘literary’ blogs (reviews, publishers, projects, anthologies and more) for the city. The Unputdownables would be a great addition to the series. If you are interested, would you or one of the members of the club please be able to send me a ~80 word blurb describing this site within the next 2 weeks?

    Thanks,
    Catherine

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