Mormon Enigma Summer Book Club

By August 9, 2016

We hope that you’ve enjoyed our Summer Book Club! Each post in our series can be found below:

  • Week 1: Emma and Joseph, 1825-1827; The “Elect Lady” 1827-1830 [June 6]
  • Week 2: Gathering in Ohio, 1830-1834; Seas of Tribulation, 1834-1838; Strife in Missouri; Sanctuary in a Swamp, 1839-1841 [June 13]
  • Week 3: A New Order of Marriage, 1841-1842; In Search of Iniquity, Spring-Summer 1842; Aid to the Fugitive, June-September 1842 [June 20]
  • Week 4: More Wives and a Revelation, September 1842-July 1843; The Poisoning, June-December 1843; “Voice of Innocence,” January-June 1844 [June 27]
  • Week 5: A Final Farewell, June 12-28, 1844; The Lady and the Lion, Fall 1844; Inherit the Legacy, October 1844-October 1845 [July 4 or 5]
  • Week 6: The Sun Casts a Shadow, Winter 1845-1846; War in Nauvoo, February-December 1846; The Major, 1846-1849 [July 11]
  • Week 7: Change in Nauvoo, 1850-1860; Emma’s Sons, Lewis’s Son, 1860-1870 [July 18]
  • Week 8: Josephites and Brighamites, 1870-1877; The Last Testimony, 1873-1879; Epilogue [July 25]

We hope you’ll join us next summer! Feel free to suggest a book for next year’s series in the comments.

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Comments

  1. I enjoyed this series. How about The Angel and the Beehive or Bowman’s The Mormon People for next summer?

    Comment by Moss — September 5, 2016 @ 2:15 pm

  2. Thank you for the two summer book clubs! I read both books; I read comments; I thought about the books; I learned some things I’m glad to know; I learned some things that trouble me; I’m thankful you gave me the incentive to read them. How about a Wallace Stegner book?

    Comment by Mary Lou — September 11, 2016 @ 6:42 pm


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