Bristol’s July Book Club

Bristol’s July Book Club

NOTE:

  • Table reserved for the Gloss, Bristol.
  • f the weather is good, I will inform you via the Facebook group, WhatsApp group, Meetup and email we will have a picnic in St George Park at 7pm please keep an eye out for any updates.

About the book

The Guncle  by Steven Rowley

Patrick, or Gay Uncle Patrick (GUP, for short), has always loved his niece, Maisie, and nephew, Grant. That is, he loves spending time with them when they come out to Palm Springs for weeklong visits, or when he heads home to Connecticut for the holidays. But in terms of caretaking and relating to two children, no matter how adorable, Patrick is honestly a bit out of his league.”

So when tragedy strikes and Maisie and Grant lose their mother and Patrick’s brother has a health crisis of his own, Patrick finds himself suddenly taking on the role of primary guardian. Despite having a set of “Guncle Rules” ready to go, Patrick has no idea what to expect, having spent years barely holding on after the loss of his great love, a somewhat-stalled career, and a lifestyle not-so-suited to a six- and a nine-year-old. Quickly realizing that parenting—even if temporary—isn’t solved with treats and jokes, Patrick’s eyes are opened to a new sense of responsibility, and the realization that, sometimes, even being larger than life means you’re unfailingly human.

Buy the book Discussion Questions

Date

Jul 28 2022
Expired!

Time

July 28th at 7 PM
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Dark Horse

Location

The Dark Horse
The Dark Horse, 172-174 Church Rd, Redfield, Bristol BS5 9HX

Organizer

Jasmin Webb

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