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Happy New Year, bibliophiles! Preorder your guide to Paula McLain's The Paris Wife today

Hope you enjoyed some time off over the holidays with your loved ones. After enjoying many feasts with our own families, Bookclub-in-a-Box is back with a great recommendation for your first read of 2012: Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife, a novel based on the relationship of Ernest Hemingway and his first wife, Hadley, as they made their lives together in Paris in the 1920s. If you’ve read Hemingway’s memoir A Moveable Feast, you’ll love hearing McLain’s interpretation of the heartbreaking story from Hadley’s perspective.

The full Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guide, available January 20th, will include the following:

· Novel Synopsis
· Author Information
· Character Analysis
· Themes, Writing Style & Structure, and Symbols
· Discussion Questions
· Important Quotes from the Novel
· Special section on Hemingway’s own work
· A one-on-one Q&A with Paula McLain about
Hemingway, her research methods, and her next
novel (about Marie Curie)!

Click here to preorder your guide to The Paris Wife today.