Books for May and June Announced

The Writers Project of Ghana has announced two books for the month of May and June as books for their Book Discussion Club. The books are Lord of the Flies by the English and Nobel Prize-winning author, Wiliam Golding (book for May) and Notes from the Underground by the Russian master novelist, Fyodor Dostoevsky (book for June).

Lord of the Flies is a dystopian novel. Here is a Wikipedia article on Lord of the Flies and it is available on Amazon. The book is also available at the University of Ghana Bookshop.

Dostoevsky is much more famous for his novels Crime and Punishment and The Brothers Karamazov, but the novella Notes from the Underground is another masterpiece from the Russian.The PDF version of Notes from the Underground is can be accessed online. Amazon has a paperback version and it is on kindle as well.

The discussions for May will take place on Twitter on Thursday, 22 May from 6 -7 PM using the hashtag wpghbookclub. Follow @writersPG on Twitter for more. The Twitter discussion will be followed by the physical meet-up at the University of Ghana, Legon on Tuesday, 27 May beginning from 6PM.

From us at Creative Writing Ghana, we wish you a wonderful reading.

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4 thoughts on “Books for May and June Announced

    • Hello Hakeem, the club reads books by writers of all origin. Remember the club is in session from March to November. If you check this page, we have published a story on when the Club read Mawuli Adzei’s Testament of the Seasons earlier this year. If you participate in the discussions, you can recommend books when the Club is doing the picking.

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