This month, please welcome the Bloomsbury Group. Not the love-triangled, eccentric gang of arty pacifists but a wonderful new series of once-lost but now-rediscovered novels from the early 20th century.
Get ready to immerse yourself in a lost world of thwarted romance, madcap fancy and characters called Hyacinth and Hester.
You can find out more about the books here and then vote for your choice.
The vote poll closes on Tuesday 10 November at midnight.
We'll announce the winning book on this thread tomorrow morning, and then once you've got your hands on a copy, you've got until Monday 7 December, 8-9.30pm, to read as much as you can. Don't worry if you haven't finished: we often have discussions where lots of us are at different stages in the book.
And to just to remind everyone: today is the last chance to vote - the poll will close at midnight tonight. So if you haven't picked a favourite yet, nows your chance...
I'd like to take part too. I am only just getting back into reading for pleasure, DS is 2! Though I have spent a year studying. It's lovely to choose books to just read them rather than pick out the bits I need for an assignment
To lend this month's bookclub a festive air, we're going to play Father Christmas: there are 3 x sets of all six Bloomsbury Group classics, complete with matching bookmarks and cards, that will go to the three lucky names pulled out of a hat on the discussion night.
Everyone who comes along on Monday 7 December for the chat will be in with a chance to win this rather deluxe gift (worth over £50). We'll announce the three winning names at the end of the evening.
Here's a nice pic of them all in a row, to give you a taster...