YIMC Book Club Selection Poll

It’s time for another horse race folks. The four selections in the poll (see left side-bar) are all novels written by Catholics that I would like to read over the next twelve months. So,  I’ve put them together and I would like for you to help me choose in what order we will read them. One book per quarter, or at least that is my intention.

Head on over to Amazon and run a query on these selections and then put your vote in the ballot box. The selection with the most votes will be our next read, and we will read the runner-up second, and so on down the line.

We will start reading the winning selection on or around the 3rd week of October. Thanks for your support!

  • Tanya

    I read Silence last year, would love to hear your thoughts. I'll join you for either Wise Blood or Lord of the World if they are selected. I haven't heard of them prior to today, but they sound very interesting.

  • http://aol.com Mary R

    In order of inerest: 1)Silence by Endo, 2)Loss and Gain, 3)Wise Blood, 4)Lord of the World.This year I read A Song For Nagasaki, The Story of Takashi Nagai a Scientist, Convert, and Survivor of the Atomic Bomb. The forward was by Shusaku Endo. I will enjoy reading the story of Silence and although fiction, matching it to the historical context of the Catholic religion in Japan.Sincerely,Mary R