Book Club Suggestions

We need each other to find good books. None of us can possible read extensively enough to know what is all out there. And there are so many different choices in various genres and styles. One of the things that I hear people say that they enjoy about being in a book club, is that they end up reading things they never would have picked up  or found on their own.

So it is your turn to weigh in. If your book club was asking for suggestions of what to put on next year’s list, what would you recommend? Leave a comment to add just one suggestion, you must choose! 🙂

3 responses to “Book Club Suggestions

  1. “What is the What” by Dave Eggers telling the story of Valentino Achak Deng. It’s hard to get through, but an important story to be told, and raises some great discussion issues on Sudan but also on immigrants in North America.

  2. When I read Jonathan Safran Foer’s ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ I wanted to talk to someone about it…at least one sign of a great book club book.

  3. It’s available at the Windsor Library, I’ll pick it up today!

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