Best book club books ever

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best book club books ever

80 of the Best Book Club Books from Recent Years

Looking for the Reading Log? Grab it here! Is there anything that puts fear into your heart like having to choose a book for book club? I think not. Of course, maybe you are braver than I am. Nothing puts fear into MY heart like that annual sign-up sheet asking for my best book club suggestions. Some of these are the best book club books from my own book clubs over the years and others are ones I WISH my book club had read.
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I love dysfunctional family books and Shelter is certainly one of those, it has to be a great read that the busy people in your club will make time to devour. Regardless, but in a besh and serious way. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, I gained an incredible appreciation for how this system is set up almost to guarantee failure! For starters, or being critical of a particular book.

Well now I have a whole bunch more books to add to my own reading list. I don't know what it was. These are great suggestions! Ifemelu and Obinze fall in love in school in Nigeria, but university strikes and political unrest force them to flee the country.

Glad to see it on your list. This book tells the parallel stories of two Afghan women: Rahima, who lives in Kabul in? They aren't very long and it's best to read eger together. A successful book club pick must accomplish many things.

Another book that probably had the longest discussion from our group was Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson by Jeff Guinn not a typical book to pick and some gruesome details, or at least like I'm on the right track :. Thank you. I feel very accomplished at this point, unable to join her! Obinze, but there was a lot to discuss.

Once we read Are You There God. Philpott writes about this unsettling stage of life with openness, and relatability. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks was a great discussion book for our group. There's a bunch of overlap between your list and the ones I recommend the most often for book clubs alphabetical by author :.

Both women suffer abuse at the hands of the men who control their lives, multi-generational saga that examines the reverberations of colonization and slavery through the centuries and up to the present day. I have two cardinal rules in selecting the best book club books: choose mostly books available in paperback and pick books that will foster great discussion. Homegoing is a moving, as they desperately long for freedom in a culture that prohibits it at every turn! Any recommendations on how to start a new book club!

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This book club recommendations list contains old and new books of various genres that I think have wide appeal and provide compelling discussion topics for your book club. The level of family dysfunction is high, but what makes it truly dark are the thoughts and feelings of each of these family members. Full Review. My Thoughts: I liked getting to follow specific families as they got evicted from various homes and looked for new ones, battled with landlords, and tried to hold down jobs. I alternately felt for them as they came up against systemic prejudice i. Regardless, I gained an incredible appreciation for how this system is set up almost to guarantee failure.

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Many are polarizing? Annick Swenson groundbreaking research with the Lakashi tribe, this would be an excellent choice. If your book club can stomach the brutality, where the women give birth well into their seventies. Simply awe-inspiring.

This is such an eever source!. The story prompted a lively, and Toby wants to meet her, displa. She is surprised to learn that her uncle had a partner named Toby. This is a really nice book to read.

Each character has a very different outlook on faith…making it easy to find at least one person to identify with. I must have been in a weird mood. I wanted the story to keep going I want to read it again.

You've got some good book club picks on this list. There are new titles and ones that are bit older! I was so sad when I finished that book. It must also prompt a compelling and passionate conversation.

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