The members of Stephen's Book Club include Mahmoud Ahmadwhatevernijad, Louis Farrakhan, and Mel Gibson's father. They had a real problem with the book Night, by Elie Wiesel, a memoir or novel about the Holocaust.

The members of Stephen's Book Club do not actually read books, choosing instead to judge them by their covers. Formed well before Oprah's Book Club, Wordanista Oprah Winfrey decided to hitch a ride on Stephen's coattails and claim the glory for herself. Book club meetings are traditionally opened (and closed) by the immediate flaming destruction of all books in question.

The books read by the Club reside on the Shelves of Honor. They are divided into two sections, fiction and non-fiction.



  • Richard Adams: Watership Down
  • John Locke: Two Treatises of Government
  • Vere Chappell: The Cambridge Companion to Locke
  • Lynne Cheney: A Time For Freedom
  • God: The Holy Bible
  • Dr Jana Klauer: How The Rich Get Thin: Park Avenue's Top Diet Doctor Reveals the Secrets to Losing Weight and Feeling Great
  • Nancy Autio: Chicken Soup for the Christian Family Soul : Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit
  • Stephen Davis: Hammer of the Gods: The Led Zeppelin Saga
  • Philip Hansten: Lascivious Leucocephalus
  • James Frey: A Million Little Pieces
  • Russell Hokes: Wigfield

Not SureEdit

  • Elie Wiesel: Night

See AlsoEdit

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