For the avid book reader, there’s no better way to spend free time than reading. While reading is a great pastime spent alone, here are five reasons why joining Primavera’s Book Club can solve all your “bookworm problems.”

1. No Spoilers 

It’s an everyday bookworm problem. You want your friends to read the same book so you actually have someone to talk to about it, but you don’t want any spoilers. If you’re starting the book after everyone, you’re practically guaranteed to get spoilers, but if you’re always finishing the book first, waiting for everyone else to catch-up is tantalizing. In Book Club, everyone starts a book at the same time and meets online a month later, so you can geek out with fellow Panthers without battles breaking out over spoiler leaks.

2. Talk with People who Share Your Enthusiasm

There’s no greater buzzkill than trying to talk to someone who just doesn’t understand your love for books. Having to explain a book is like having to explain a joke: As J.K. Rowling writes, “If you have to ask, you’ll never know.” Luckily for you, Primavera Book Club members are just as enthusiastic about books as you so you don’t have to worry.

3. Post-Book Depression: Have a Support Group

We understand how hard it can be to move on from a finished book so at the end of each reading month, you will get to discuss that amazing novel with others so you can relive the story before moving on to the next great thing.

4. Never run out of Books to Read

You have shelves overflowing with books, yet there never seems to be anything to read. With Primavera’s Book Club, you’ll have a book to read every month and friends who can give you good suggestions. You’ll never find yourself awkwardly trapped in the fiction world from your last book.

5. Read Exclusive Material

In Primavera’s Book Club you don’t just read books, you get to write them too. If you love to write, the Book Club dedicates every other month to writing short stories so you can let your imagination flow. If you just prefer to read, you can enjoy the short stories written by your fellow Panthers. After all, you may be among future famous authors, and you’ll get to read it before it goes “mainstream.”

The Book Club started off with “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” and will be discussing it at their October 16 meeting. Meetings are held online every third Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. To learn how to join a student club, visit our previous blog. For more information, email