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Foyles Westfield White City Book Club

Tuesday 24th April 2012 7:30pm - 8:30pm Westfield White City, Foyles Unit 2054, Westfield, White City, London, W12 7GE Literary Event, Free Event

Our choice for this month's book club is The Last Picture Show by Larry McMurty.

The Last Picture Show is a delicately drawn coming-of-age tale in which two teenage boys navigate love and sex in small-town Texas. With a strong sense of place and a perfect evocation of youthful frustration, it is a classic of mid-20th-century American fiction.

The Book Club meets at The Goldhawk on Goldhawk Rd on the last Tuesday of every month. If you're interested in attending or have any questions, please contact Adam at adam.howard@foyles.co.uk or Rebecca at rebecca.cameron@foyles.co.uk


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