Top Ten Books I’d Want to Read If I Had a Book Club
Is it just me or do books clubs read a lot of adult fiction and contemporary books? For this Top Ten Tuesday I tried to pick books I wouldn’t normally read but have seemed pretty popular. Here’s my attempt!
Little Bee – Chris Cleave
I read Gold by Chris Cleave a while ago and I actually really enjoyed it. It makes me interested in reading this one as well.
The Ocean at the end of the Lane – Neil Gaiman
I’ve never read any Neil Gaiman and that disappoints me. I’m sure he has lots of discussion inducing parts to his novels that would make them great for a book club.
Outlander – Diana Gabaldon
I will eventually read this one anyways but how cool would it be to read it with a bunch of other people?!
Sacre Bleu – Chris Moore
This just seems like a fun book. Fun to read, fun to talk about, fun everything!
Belle – Cameron Dokey
I love fairy tale retellings and I want others to love them as much as me. This would be my chance!
Landline – Rainbow Rowell
I’ve read some of Rainbow Rowell’s other books and they weren’t my favourite but I think any of them would make great books to discuss afterwards.
Wait for You – J. Lynn
I’m starting to really love Jennifer. She has soooo many books though! Where do I go next?!
Queen of the Tearling – Erika Johansen
This plot just sounds fantastic. And I had to add some kind of fantasy book in here. I’m really excited to read this one.
Say What You Will – Cammie McGovern
Contemporary! A genre I don’t see much of. But I feel like book clubs make you read stuff out of your comfort zone. Which is why I chose this book.
Since You’ve Been Gone – Morgan Matson
I’ve heard nothing but good things about this author. Makes me excited to read something of hers.