DEERLAND is a fun read, and it would also make a great book club pick. When you and your friends finish reading DEERLAND, you’ll have plenty to talk about.
Let’s face it… Some books, even if they’re a good read, just don’t work for book clubs. There’s not much to say about them. “Yeah, it got off to a great start. And then the middle and end were pretty good, too.” “Yeah, I liked it, too. Especially that one part.”
This book is different. I haven’t avoided controversy, and I think you’ll find DEERLAND a thought-provoking read. In every single chapter, you’ll encounter intriguing ideas that will be fun to bat around at your next book club meeting.
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P.S. – Even if you don’t belong to a book club, you and your friends might enjoy a good DEERLAND discussion. If you’re a gardener or birder, or if you’re involved in a local chapter of Audubon, the Izaak Walton League, the QDMA, the Sierra Club, or Whitetails Unlimited, then DEERLAND could start some great conversations at your next get-together.
Deer on the Right, No Deer on the Left