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How you can join Andrew Luck's book club

Posted at 2:31 PM, Apr 25, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- Oprah has one. And now Andrew Luck does too.

The Colts QB has his own book club.

Luck says he's passionate about reading and likes sharing book suggestions with his teammates, family and friends.

Now he's sharing that love of reading with a larger audience.

Each month, the Colts QB says will introduce a book for "Rookies" - younger folks as Luck calls them - as well as a book for the "Veterans" - more seasoned readers.

The first book for the rookies is "Maniac Magee" by Jerry Spinelli. For the veterans, it's "Boys in the Boat" by Daniel James Brown. 

Book discussion will take place via social media. Luck says he will also host a live Q & A from time to time on

You don't need to join. Just read the book club selection and follow along on Twitter, Facebook  andInstagram using the hashtag #ALBookClub.

Luck says he'll launch the books in stages that correspond with the NFL schedule: off-season, mini-camp, summer training and pre-season. 

As for when the season starts? Luck says he plans to bring in guest athletes to take over his book club until after the Super Bowl.


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