LIT WITS BOOK DISCUSSION
We alternate non-fiction with fiction selections.
Our discussion is on the First Tuesday of the month.
Meetings are presently via Zoom
We will be discussing The Fifth Risk by Michael Lewis, the author of The Big Short and Money Ball. What happens when the elected leader of the free world may not have a firm grip on the names of his agencies, much less an understanding of their intricate inner workings? Lewis’s insightful work is a testament to the unsung heroes who routinely go unnoticed in the unglamorous business of government. It is a powerful ode to those rare people who hold firm in their convictions remembering why they got into government in the first place. Michael Lewis has the ability to make the mundane interesting and easy to read and enjoy.
We invite you to join us on the first Tuesday of the month. Each month we switch between fiction and non-fiction. Our next book for July 6 will be Mistress Suffragette by Diana Forbes.
If you’d like a list of our books for the rest of 2021, let us know. If you have any questions or suggestions for Lit Wits, you can get in touch with Jan Clarke (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mary Parker (email@example.com) if you have any questions. Hope to see you on the first Tuesday.