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January 31: Top Ten Books I Think Would Make Great Book Club Picks
In an ideal world, I would totally have a book club. I've considered it a few times but then I remember how I have a really bad habit of signing up for too much. And then it's the end of it. So today I have for you a sort of virtual book club.
1. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin- There is so much going on in this book. It's one of those books that breaks your brain. I would love to be able to talk about this book face to face with a group of people! It would lead to some really interesting discussions.
2. Looking for Alaska by John Green- Maybe I'm just saying this because my copy of this one has a discussion guide in the back, but this one would be such a great book club book. There's so much to talk about! The possibilities are endless!
3. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher- In case you need a support group, your book club will be there. A great discussion to have! I think that The Future of Us would probably make a good book club pick as well.
4. All Jane Austen Books- I say this because 1) Jane Austen books can be very confusing, and 2) there is so much to talk about!! Plus, maybe at the book club meeting you could drink tea and eat cookies and do lots of Jane Austen-y things.
5. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer- This is a sad one with lots and lots going on. I would have loved if I had been able to talk to a group of people after I finished this book. It would have been nice to see other people's views on the book and get a chance to share some of my own.
That's it for this week's (very short) Top Ten Tuesday. What are your book club picks?