Book club #6: “Uncommon Type” by Tom Hanks

The adventures of MDash. On April 10th.

Harry Keller
Mar 1, 2018 · 2 min read
What a crafty photo.

We’re back for round 6 of our book club! This time we’re reading Tom Hanks’ collection of short stories called “Uncommon Type”. Why? Well, basically because none of us would ever read Tom Hanks otherwise, so here we go. Get yourself a copy, in German or English [affiliate links]! 👀

Please be on time as we might head out to Max & Moritz shortly after 7pm.

The discussion will be in German, even though this post is in English. Confusing, we know.

Here’s a Facebook event so you don’t forget:

Cool. See you then and have fun reading!


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