Usually meets: 3rd or 4th Sundays (check the calendar), 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Hemingway Lounge

The purpose of the UUSM Book Group is to share and enhance our reading experiences, build friendships, and provide intellectual stimulation. The books we read are chosen by the group, and include both fiction and non-fiction. Discussions are facilitated either by the individual who suggests the book or another volunteer. Group members bring their own questions or comments about the book. In addition to the books we select for reading and discussion, we provide a forum to share suggestions for other books participants have enjoyed. Participants are invited to bring a brown-bag lunch.

Below is a list of the books selected for reading and discussion during calendar year 2018 through the first quarter of 2019. We will meet in March 2019 to make more selections.

01/28/18The Elephant WhispererLawrence Anthony
02/25/18The Last Bus to WisdomIvan Doig
03/25/18The Round HouseLouise Erdrich
05/20/18EducatedTara Westover
06/24/18Red NoticeBill Browder
07/22/18LaRoseLouise Erdrich
08/26/18Fallen LandTaylor Brown
09/23/18A Gentleman in MoscowAmor Towles
10/28/18Dark MoneyJane Mayer
12/02/18Wright BrothersDavid McCoullough
01/27/19End of Your Life Book ClubWill Schwalbe
02/24/19Born a CrimeTrevor Noah
03/24/19Meet to pick new books.


A complete list of the UUSM Book Club’s selections since it began in May 2008 is located here.

UUSM Book Group -- Complete History


For additional information about the UUSM Book Group, contact the UUSM Book Group Coordinator.