Welcome to the Book Club page.
As a Book Club member you can enjoy sharing your views and opinions on our set book list with other members by posting your reviews below and keep up with cultural news & offers via our regular e-newsletter.
Below you can see all the books on our 2018 Reading List - to post your review and see what other's thought of the book select the relevant title and scroll down to the bottom of the page and add your review.
To register for the Book Club email: [email protected] or call 020 8691 7411
Why not start a local CSRF Book Club?
We're interested in developing a network of book clubs around the country that can encourage people to get together, enjoy the books on our reading list and make some new friends too. We currently have over 150 registered CSRF subscribers who are involved in the Book Club so if you'd be interested in hosting a CSRF book club then why not contact us to find out if there's anyone in your area.
Leaving a Review
To leave a review is easy. Select the book you wish to review and scroll to down to the 'Leave a Comment' box. Type your comment in the box and then you will be asked to register to leave a comment. All you need to do is add your name and email address (and if you wanted to give permission for future contact by email, phone, SMS or post you can do - but you are under no obligation to consent to this). Once you've added your details your comment/review will be sent through for approval. Once approved your review will appear live on the website. You can also select the 'notify me when a comment is made' box which will mean when someone does leave a comment you will be notified.
PLEASE NOTE: the website currently has a technical problem with posting reviews which is being looked into. So if you want to post a review, please send it by email to [email protected]
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