4 Great Reads For Every Book Club

Struggling on what to read for your next book club meeting? Look no further as we’ve narrowed down the most original and exciting books to help get the conversation started. We’ve listed down some of the best books this year that will help ignite imagination and discuss with your friendly reading mates.

Here are 4 great reads for every book club.

He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly

The author of the novel Broadchurch, Erin Kelly is back with a Sunday Times’ best-seller He Said/She Said. The novel is about two witness testimonies regarding a rape trial. According to one reviewer, the twist was described as insanely good. Kelley also manages to such as prejudice and assumptions of what victims deal with in an assault.

Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout

As the sequel to the popular novel, My Name is Lucy Barton, this story tells of a writer who grew up in poverty and escapes to New York to become a writer. In the novel, her book gets discovered and the stories of those she grew up which comes to light. The book is both beautiful and dark as it shows signs of trauma and abuse with human complexity.

The Baltimore Boys by Joel Dicker

With Swiss author Joel Dicker’s breathtaking novel, his story has even knocked the popular Inferno off the charts as he returns with another detailed thriller. The story depicts the fictional life of Marcus Goldman, a famous writer, and his family tragedy over ten years ago.

Larchfield by Polly Clark

This book is for anyone who understands what it feels like to move somewhere new with the feeling of loneliness or of an outsider. The book will speak volumes as it connects two lives imagines during the 1930s era. The story is about a once-prestigious poet named Dora who loved living in London before moving with husband and child. She struggles with her loneliness and isolation as she battles with the neighbors and loses her grip on reality.

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