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My-bookclub.com is a free social network which is helping book lovers come together in the real world and online.

We all like to read and share our opinions about the books we've discovered, discuss storylines, agree or disagree, share our point of view and have people to share it with. And sometimes with our busy lives, we don't have time to meet as often as we would like to. We started this website for you to have a place to create your own book club (or find an existing one and join it), discover new reads, write and read reviews, make new friends and have great discussions about books and everything else too!!

It's a place to connect and that's what we are here for... Let's be honest, we all need an excuse to socialize.

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