Online Book Club Selects Next Book!

Online Book Club Selects Next Book!

The Evergreen Indiana Online Book Club has made it’s selection for January! Join us in reading Charles Martin’s The Water Keeper, “[a] riveting new story of heroism, heartache, and the power of love to heal all wounds.”

The online book club is a private online forum where community members discuss books and network with each other. Members can participate according to their schedule – day or night.  The group will spend approximately two months on each book, so there is plenty of time to read.

The next book club starts on January 7, 2021.  Club members typically read two chapters per week, so you can join at any time without falling behind.

Click here to sign up at for the Club and join the group for the next book discussion of The Water Keeper by Charles Martin. Remember, it’s free to join and free eBooks are available for download via the Freading eBook platform for patrons of Evergreen Indiana public libraries. You will need a library card to download your book.  Library patrons may also borrow the book in print or audiobook from their local Evergreen Indiana library. Book lovers can meet virtually with other book lovers thanks to this new online club!

About the book

Murphy Shepherd lives alone, doing maintenance work for a church that no one attends and trying to heal from scars gained rescuing others who dwell in the margins. His specialty is finding trafficked young girls and leading them from brokenness to freedom, but Shepherd thinks he has given everything he has, and it may be time to retire. His hermetic healing process is interrupted when he rescues a woman named Summer in Florida’s Intercoastal.

“Martin deftly unwinds Shepherd’s backstory in between high-octane chase scenes. Readers who enjoy flawed, yet likable characters created by authors such as John Grisham and Nicholas Sparks will want to start reading Martin’s fiction.” – Library Journal

 



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