Book Club – December

If you want to join, the rules are simple: I announce the book we’ll be reading on the 1st day of each month and we discuss it in a new post that I’ll publish on the 20th. (If you want to make a review of the book on your blog feel free to link it in the comments on the 20th so we can all share and talk books and love life and be awesome.) (For more info, click here.)

Now comes the time to announce the book of December!

Clue #1

This classic was published in 1911.

Clue #2

It has several movie adaptations.

Clue #3.

It’s about a boy who doesn’t want to grow up.

Got it?

Way too easy, I know.

We’ll be reading Peter Pan, by J.M. Barrie. I love love love the story of Peter Pan. I can’t believe I’ve never actually read the original novel. I figured December was the best moment to do so since London at winter has a very cozy, Christmasy feeling to me. Anyway, I hope you’ll be joining me in this month’s read! 🙂


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  1. Yay, a classic! 😀 (And one I haven’t read yet, either!) I just started a book last night of three Leo Tolstoy short stories; I should be able to finish it quickly, and then hopefully I can find Peter Pan at my library and read it in time for the 20th! 🙂

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  2. Now that you mentioned it, I just realized that I have never read Peter Pan. 😛 Though I’ve watched lots of its movie adaptions and loved most of them!!! The animation film is pretty amazing as well. Hopefully I’ll get to finish reading this one so that I can discuss it with you and fellow bloggers. 😀

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