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Book club recommendation

I would recommend "Blindness" by Jose Saramago. There are so many themes and aspects to discuss, and whether the members love it or hate it, no one will be ambivalent. I've discussed it in many book clubs over the years, and it always leads to a great discussion.

Shawna
4 years ago

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Here are a few of the books my groups really enjoyed.

1. Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl
2. The God of Animal by Aryn Kyle
3. Hunger Point by Jillian Medoff
4. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

All of them were books the majority of the group enjoyed (which was always more difficult than anticipated) that also started great discussions.

Christy T
4 years ago
A few books that were a great success at our book club were:
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
The Art of Racing in the Rain
The Red Tent
Julzddm
4 years ago
I'd recommend Major Pettigrew's Last Stand. :-)
Cathy
4 years ago
Anything by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, thought provoking to say the least and a challenge to read at times. All together his works make for at a minimum an interesting discussion as Shawna said about Jose Saramago and at best some very interesting insight for yourself and the base of others.

Sounds like a fun place to be, in your book reading circle, wish I were close.

Enjoy!

JDV
4 years ago
First read The Pulpwood Queens- its a book about book clubs.

Recommend- Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford its amazing

Patti Light
4 years ago
Same book I always recommend, Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.....it's genre bending, a little sci-fi, a little romance, historical fiction, a little action-adventure...it has it all!!
~T
Tracey
4 years ago
My group liked THe Glass Castle, and the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.
Dara
4 years ago
These are great, thanks!
Revzonian
4 years ago

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