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Betsy | 1703 comments Mod
Please post a comment below to nominate a book for the group to read for November 2019.

Please use the "add book/author" link just above the comment box to insert a link to the Goodreads book page for the book you are nominating, so other members can more easily assess it.

You may nominate a book which has been suggested previously and did not win. You may nominate more than one book, but we might not include all of your nominations in the voting.

Please do not nominate a book which is unlikely to be available to all members, such as one which was just published within the last three months or which is only available on Kindle in the U.S.

Nominations will close on September 22 or when we have about 10 good nominations, whichever occurs first.

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Nick Crutchley (nickcrutchley) | 8 comments Fabiola wrote: "Silent Spring by Rachel Carson"

Good one.

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Nadiya "An Elegant Defense: The Extraordinary New Science of the Immune System: A Tale in Four Lives"
by Matt Richtel

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Melisa | 1 comments Eager: The Surprising Life of Beavers

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Paul  Perry (pezski) | 40 comments I've just been to Waterstones to pick up a book I had on order and, while I was there i also got The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming by David Wallace-Wells, about which I have heard very good things, so would like to add that to the nominations.

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Manzoor wrote: "The Making of You: A Journey from Cell to Human by Katharina Vestre
The Making of You A Journey from Cell to Human by Katharina Vestre"

This book looks interesting, but it has limited availability. Yes it's available in several languages, but limited formats. And my library doesn't have it, though it is on order.

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Betsy | 1703 comments Mod
That was quick! Nominations are now closed. Please vote for your preference at the following poll:

which will be open through September 22.

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