Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck has always been a reading aficionado. After all, he did graduate from Stanford, so it makes sense that he would have such an intellectual hobby. He frequently shared his reading interest with his teammates, but has since decided to up his game.
Now, Luck has essentially become the “Oprah of the NFL,” and has started his own online book club.
When asked about the club, the quarterback responded, “I’ve been called the unofficial librarian of the Colts, which is kind of cheesy. But the truth is that I love to read both fiction and nonfiction and I feel strongly about the power of reading. So I thought, ‘Why not start a real book club?'”
The website launched on Monday. The site features options for both younger and more mature readers, and is divided into two levels: “rookies” and “veterans.” The category for young readers is inspired by Luck’s personal childhood favorites, while the one for the older audience is inspired by what he currently reads.
Luck’s suggested reads can be found on andrewluckbookclub.com.
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