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Virtual Reads Well with Others Book Group

Monday February 28, 2022
7:30 PM until 8:30 PM

Join us on Monday February 28th at 7:30pm, on Slack (see instructions below) for the “Reads Well with Others” Book Group’s discussion of On the Same Page by N. D. Glland. Copies of the books are available in oversized paperback, and as an audio on CD, so stop by the library to pick up a physical copy. It is also available as an eBook and eAudio through Overdrive / Libby and Hoopla.

Description: When her uncle Hank, the vinegary crank who raised her, has an accident, freelance journalist Joanna leaves New York City for Martha's Vineyard to help him recuperate. To earn some money while Hank recovers, she takes a job reporting on local politics for one of the island's two papers. The zoning board is considering a request from Orion Smith, a seasonal resident, to build a helipad on his property to accommodate his private helicopter, raising the hackles of the year-round islanders, particularly Hank. The job covering the town-politics beat doesn't pay much, so Joanna takes another gig under a different name at the rival paper, putting herself in an ethical quandary. Then there's "town enemy Orion Smith. At first, Joanna's relationship with him consists mostly of banter about property rights and islander vs. summer-resident values, but as the attraction grows, so do the complications. Galland imbues latest her novel with a strong sense of place, and it will appeal to readers who like small-town settings that aren't overly sweet or falsely charming.

On Monday February 28th at 7:30pm join us on Slack:

Use the following link to sign up for an account:

If you have already signed up for an account, use this link to get to the log in screen:

Once you have logged in, make sure the top of the screen says: #february-28-reads-well-with-others-book-group-on-the-same-page

If it does not, then look for the channel name on the left hand side of the screen and click on it.

If you have any questions about how to read or listen to the digital titles, how to get a physical copy of the book or how participate in the discussion, contact the Grafton Public Library at

Location: online
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