Readalong Opportunity on Twitter

Last month, we highlighted the publication of Matterhorn by Karl Marlantes, which was pared down from 1,000 pages to a cool 600 pages.

As participants of the Vietnam War Reading Challenge, I urge you to check out and think about joining the Matterhorn readalong on Twitter.  Everyone who is participating seems to be reading at their own pace and discussing it online.  All you have to do is follow the hashtag #MHorn.

I (from Savvy Verse & Wit) hope to be joining and reading along with everyone on Twitter as well, but we’ll see how far I get before Book Expo America.


  1. Please, join in! Glad to find your website. I’m looking for more good war literature after finishing Matterhorn. (@justbooks)

  2. Margie: We’re hosting a readalong in July for Paco’s Story. And you can still join the Vietnam War Reading Challenge…check out the current challenge info in the tab at the top.

  3. I really want to read the book, but I don’t think I’ll be able to do it anytime soon. I’m looking forward to your thoughts on it, though.


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