[LMB] Any more section leaders out there for the Penric's Demon book discussion?

Karen Hunt huntkc at gmail.com
Sun Jan 24 15:39:01 GMT 2016


Top-posting the whole thing in case someone's spam filter made the post
disappear.

Also, I'll add section 8 to my list unless someone else calls it.

Karen Hunt

On Sun, Jan 24, 2016 at 4:41 AM, M. Haller Yamada <thefabmadamem at yahoo.com>
wrote:

> Thank you very much, Jennifer, for a great start to the second section of
> Penric's Demon! I'm sure we'll be spending many happy days going over the
> section.
>
>
> But since we've got other things coming up, like the official hard-cover
> launch
> of Gentleman Jole and the Red Queen, I hope we can post a new section
> daily.
>
>
> So, if anyone would like to sign up to spark a discussion about a section,
> please let me know onlist or offlist.
>
>
> Here's what I have so far:
> Gwynne Powell SECTION THREE: Penric is still in the Temple; the section
> ends when
> “he finally drifted off.” (Unconscious again. Hmmm.)
>
> TONY ZBARASCHUK  SECTION
>
> FOUR: Penric is heading off to Martensbridge; the section ends when “He
> staggered dizzily to bed.” (I sense a theme, LOL.)
>
> KAREN HUNT SECTION
>
> FIVE: On the road still, near Big Crow River. The section ends when
> Desdemona
>
> whispers “like a mountain rivulet, as he drifted off”.
>
> SECTION SIX: A private morning moment is
>
> suddenly accompanied with observer(s). The section ends when Penric rolls
> out
>
> of bed as fast as he can. “He couldn’t be out on the road soon enough.”
> This is
>
> a very, very short section, but I think it’s pivotal. But if you really
> want to
>
> sign up for the next section as well, I have no objections. Note: he’s
>
> definitely not sleeping and sorting things out at the end of this scene.
>
> SECTION SEVEN: On the road again, this time
>
> near the green Linnet. The section ends when Pen “followed the man out.”
>
> SECTION EIGHT: Pen gets his own room. The
>
> section ends when the librarian “locked the outer door carefully behind
> them
>
> both”.
>
> SECTION NINE: Suppertime. The section ends
>
> when Pen “did not even attempt to talk to Desdemona”.
>
> SECTION TEN: Penric lurks in the library.
>
> Ends with “Pen chose not to pursue the remark.”
>
> SECTION ELEVEN: The bathhouse near the
>
> palace-and-temple precincts. The section ends when Pen is ready to “return
> to
>
> his station in the library”.
>
> SECTION TWELVE: Pen finally gets his chance
>
> in the library. The section ends when he “turned the next page”.
>
> SECTION THIRTEEN: Pen spends more time with
>
> The Book. The section ends when Pen swallowed and said, “’Noted.’”
>
> SECTION FOURTEEN: Reading some more; the
>
> section ends when Pen “began paddling in the opposite direction”. (Quite a
> long
>
> chapter with lots going on.)
>
> SECTION FIFTEEN: Pen pulls himself out of
>
> the lake. The section ends when the grumpy saint says, “’I’m going back to
>
> Idau.’”
>
> SECTION SIXTEEN: Pen’s “friend” is taken
>
> away. This is a super-short segment that reminds me of a shocky, shivering
>
> victim. I don’t see a lot in it, but I’m probably wrong. If you do see a
> big
>
> turning point, please take it and expand. Or, feel free to take both
> Sixteen
>
> and Seventeen. It ends when “he dreamed uneasily of fathomless eyes”.
>
> SECTION SEVENTEEN: Pen awakens, ravenous.
>
> The section ends with “the book clutched firmly in his hand”.
>
> SECTION EIGHTEEN: Back in the library,
>
> reading. This is our last section.
>
>
> Are you still with me? LOL. Anyway, Gwynne has kindly offered to take two
> more
> sections, and I'll take as many sections as necessary to keep the new
> sections
> coming. But you really don't want to hear 10 sections from my viewpoint!
> So, I
> hope we get some more volunteers as section leaders. The discussions are
> more fun
> when more people participate.
>
>
> Returning you now to your regularly scheduled discussions.
> Micki
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