“What is the value of a home to a family? In her stirring first novel, The Turner House, Angela Flournoy explores this question through the lens of the Turner family of Detroit. Spanning nearly three quarters of a century and several generations, the book becomes a portrait not only of the Turners but also of their city—history uncovered through the inner life. Masterful, evocative, deftly rendered, it reminds us of the bonds, familial or otherwise, that link us all.” – National Book Foundation
Take part in our fiction book discussion circle and share your thoughts in a librarian-led discussion of the The Turner House by Angela Flournoy.
This program is free, but space is limited. Register in person at the Bob Prittie Metrotown Branch first floor Information Desk or by calling 604-436-5410. Registration for this program opens on August 14.
Once registered, bring your library card on, or after, August 14, to pick up a copy of the book at the Bob Prittie Metrotown Branch first floor Information Desk. Participants are asked to complete the book in advance of the event.