What are book clubs reading in 2019?

20 best book club reads for summer 2019

  • Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng.
  • The Secret History by Donna Tartt.
  • Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce.
  • The Wych Elm by Tana French.
  • If Only I Could Tell you by Hannah Beckerman.
  • An American Marriage by Tayari Jones.
  • The Crow Road by Iain Banks.
  • Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie.

What are book clubs currently reading?

The perfect reads for your book club

  • The Herd by Emily Edwards (2022)
  • When We Were Birds by Ayanna Lloyd Banwo (2022)
  • A Taste of Power by Elaine Brown (1992)
  • Pandora by Susan Stokes-Chapman (2022)
  • The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller (2021)
  • Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead (2021)

How do I choose a book to read?

  1. Read Your Favorite Authors’ Works.
  2. Create a Personal Reading List.
  3. Go to a Bookstore and Pick Up a Book That Sparks an Interest in You.
  4. Don’t Buy Books in Bulk.
  5. Don’t Finish the Books You Don’t Feel Like Continuing.
  6. Don’t Be Obsessed With the Number of Books You Have/Should Read.

What should book clubs read in 2021?

The Best Book Club Books 2021

  • Good Neighbors by Sarah Langan.
  • What’s Mine and Yours by Naima Coster.
  • The Atmospherians by Alex McElroy.
  • The Upstairs House by Julia Fine.
  • Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia.
  • Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney.
  • Wild Women and the Blues by Denny S.
  • All’s Well by Mona Awad.

What to read in 2020 based on the books you loved in 2019?

What to read in 2020 based on the books you loved in 2019

  • If you enjoyed “All This Could Be Yours,” by Jami Attenberg, read “All Adults Here,” by Emma Straub (May 5)
  • If you enjoyed “Know My Name,” by Chanel Miller, read “Whistleblower,” by Susan Fowler (Feb.

What makes a book good for a book club?

Try to pick books that are under 400 pages. Somewhere around 300 pages seems to work best, long enough to be meaningful, short enough that people can finish. Honestly, most book clubs are more social than literary, but that’s part of the fun! The book is just a great excuse to get together.