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Tell RHRC What You Think About ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK by Piper Kerman

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

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“Kerman’s book is a fascinating look down the rabbit hole that is prison… Unforgettable.” –People

The fan support for Orange is the New Black has been huge surrounding the hit Netflix series since its debut in July. We know many of you have read Piper Kerman’s memoir with your book club in the past three years, and we want to hear from you! If you are willing, please share your thoughts, stories, and/or photos with us in the document below or join the conversation with us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also submit your feedback to us at rhrc@randomhouse.com.

There is lots to talk about with this book, and we are excited to hear what you think!

As a special thank you, we will select 5 winners to receive free copies of the book for you (or to share with a friend.)

“Orange transcends the memoir genre’s usual self-centeredness to explore how human beings can always surprise you. You’d expect bad behavior in prison. But it’s the moments of joy, friendship and kindness that the author experienced that make Orange so moving and lovely…You sense [Kerman] wrote Orange to make readers think not about her but her fellow inmates. And, boy, does she succeed.” –USA Today

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