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    The Art of Fielding: A Novel: Chad Harbach (Work Book Club Choice)

  • Kate Pickworth

    Book worth reading.

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    The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach | book cover by Keith Hayes

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    The Art of Fielding: A Novel Chad Harbach At Westish College, a small school on the shore of Lake Michigan, baseball star Henry Skrimshander seems destined for big league stardom. But when a routine throw goes disastrously off course, the fates of five people are upended. Henry’s fight against self-doubt threatens to ruin his future. College president Guert Affenlight, a longtime bachelor, has fallen unexpectedly and helplessly in love. Owen Dunne, Henry’s gay roommate and teammat

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