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Top Ten Books I Think Would Make Great Book Club Picks

I want to be in a book club!! Come on Florida, peeps, let’s do this post and then read all these books…ok?? 🙂

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Top Ten Books I Think Would Make Great Book Club Picks

the hobbit by jrr tolkien

1 Incarceron by Catherine Fischer -My best friend is reading this book right now, and I think there’s a lot to talk about. I mean, just the plot alone confuses people and invites discussion

2Legacy Cayla Kluver— The fact that Kluver wrote this book when she was 16 is a huge topic of discussion, especially her writing style and growth (which we well hopefully see in Allegiance).

3Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling— The last book in this epic 7-part series has SO MUCH going on that I think hardcore Potter-heads will go nuts discussing all they symbolism and hidden meaning.

4The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin— Again, this is another book that had people rolling their eyes but loving it all at the same time. The ending especially would make it a great book club pick.

5Incarnate by Jodi Meadows- The whole idea of reincarnation will really get people chatting about this book. The ideas so unique and interesting. I mean, I leant this book out just so I could have someone to talk to about it!!

6A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine l’Engle— This book is a classic and I think there’s probably a lot I’d get out of this book reading it again.

7The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien— With the movie coming out and everything, I think it would be awesome to re-read this masterpeice, book club style.

8The Chronicles of Naria by C.S. Lewis— Agh, so…I haven’t actually read these books! Ooops! So, I would not be the leader of this book club, but I would totally be in it!! 🙂

9Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbit— I adored this book growing up (and the movie isn’t bad either). I think there are so many topics that could be discussed from this classic.

10Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen— Talk about a classic! This lesser-read Austen novel is awesome and charming and I want to gush about it with other lady-friends!!

What are your book club picks??

About Lisa Parkin

I'm a hardcore lover of young adult fiction and have been reviewing books since 2011. Other interests include Downton Abbey, heat lightning storms, Harry Potter land and (begrudingly) one orange tabby.
  • Allison Tran

    Ah, I love a Wrinkle in Time. It really would make a good pick for a book club. But how did you grow up without ever having read Narnia?? 🙂 Oh dear.

  • The Hobbit made my list of honorable mentions. 🙂 Deathly Hallows would be good to, especially with the overarching themes in it.

  • Ems

    What a great list! I haven’t read all of them, but I’ve read most. It would be a fun book club for sure!

  • Wendy Ewurum

    I’m taking serious note of this as I really want to start a book club soon.

  • This is a nice selection of books for a book club. 🙂 There are so many out there that could be chatted on. And I need to get to the Hobbit and all of Lord of the Rings books. 🙂 Thank you!