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Book Club Discussion Questions

Lead your book club discussions with ease. These pages include questions on the most popular book club picks. They are ready to print and designed to spark lively conversations. The books are listed alphabetically by title.

'A Fortunate Age' by Joanna Smith Rakoff
These book club questions will help your reading group discuss Joanna Smith Rakoff’s debut novel about post-college friends who move to New York.

'A Good American' by Alex George
Alex George's debut novel, A Good American, is a good choice for book clubs interested in immigrants or twentieth century American history.

'A Mercy' by Toni Morrison
Toni Morrison was a favorite in Oprah's Book Club. Her small novel, A Mercy, is certainly rich with material to discuss, but it is a dense read that more social book clubs might have trouble getting through.

'A Most Wanted Man' by John Le Carre
John Le Carre delivers literary suspense in A Most Wanted Man. Book clubs can have fun with this read, but also tackle some international questions.

'A Spot of Bother' by Mark Haddon
A Spot of Bother by Mark Haddon deals with aging, family relationships and British life. It is well written and a good choice for book clubs.

'A Thousand Splendid Suns' by Khaled Hosseini
If your book club loved The Kite Runner, or if your group is interested in learning more about Afghanistan, A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini is a great choice.

'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' by Seth Graham-Smith
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is so absurd, book clubs might have a hard time having a serious discussion. These questions will help get the conversation going if you decide to give this book a try.

'The Abstinence Teacher' by Tom Perrotta
Tom Perrotta focuses on white suburbia in The Abstinence Teacher. This guide will help you work through the book.

'The Age of Miracles' by Karen Thompson Walker
The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker has two threads -- a young girl's coming of age and a science fiction worldwide disaster. Either of these topics could keep your book club talking long into the night.

'And the Mountains Echoed' by Khaled Hosseini
Use questions to lead your group through And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini.

'Angel Time' by Anne Rice
Angel Time is a supernatural suspense novel. These questions dig into the characters and plot.

'Angels & Demons' by Dan Brown
Angels and Demons by Dan Brown is a fast paced thriller that deals with a conspiracy and the Catholic church. These questions will help your group work through the plot and themes.

'The Angel's Game' by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Use these questions to work through the literary labyrinth Carlos Ruiz Zafon creates in The Angel's Game.

'Angela's Ashes' by Frank McCourt
Angela's Ashes by Frank McCourt a memoir about McCourt's childhood in Ireland. Book clubs can dig into McCourt's experiences and writing with these ready-to-print questions.

'Anybody Out There?' by Marian Keyes
Anybody Out There? by Marian Keyes will allow your book club a month of relatively light reading, but these questions can spark a discussion of the more serious points in the novel.

'Ape House' by Sara Gruen
These questions on Ape House address Gruen's ideas on Bonobo Apes and animal rights, and also compare the quality of the novel to her earlier work.

'As I Lay Dying' by William Faulkner
As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner is a classic novel and a Oprah Book Club pick.

'Beach Road' by James Patterson
Beach Road by James Patterson will be a quick read for your book club, but that doesn't mean the discussion has to be quick. Use these book club discussion questions on Beach Road to lead your book club in a conversation on Patterson's thriller.

'Beat the Reaper' by Josh Bazell
Beat the Reaper is Josh Bazell's fast paced debut novel about a doctor with connections to the mafia and a shady past.

'Beatrice and Virgil' by Yann Martel
Beatrice and Virgil by Yann Martel received a bad review from us; however, it is a unique novel and attempts to make a meaningful contribution to Holocaust literature. Whether your group liked the book or not, these questions can spur discussion.

'Beginner's Greek' by James Collins
Beginner's Greek is a romantic comedy of a novel that plays on Greek tragedy. It is light but literary, a perfect summer read for book clubs.

'Behind the Beautiful Forevers' by Katherine Boo
Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo is written as a narrative without Boo's presence. As a journalist, she spent years in a Mumbai slum following the stories she tells in this book.

'Bellman & Black' by Diane Setterfield
Bellman & Black will give book clubs a chance to discuss grief and death.

'Beneath a Marble Sky' by John Shors
Beneath a Marble Sky by John Shors is romantic fiction, imagining the story behind the building of the Taj Mahal.

'Big Brother' by Lionel Shriver
Big Brother by Lionel Shriver deals with obesity and family responsibility.

'Best Friends Forever' by Jennifer Weiner
Best Friends Forever by Jennifer Weiner is a light read about estranged friends who are reunited.

'The Big Burn' by Timothy Egan
The Big Burn by Timothy Egan provides a narrative about the largest wildfire in American history. Book clubs that are interested in learning more about American history would enjoy this book.

'The Black Dahlia' by James Ellroy
The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy is a literary murder mystery with beautiful writing and many twists.

'The Blood of Flowers' by Anita Amirrezvani
The Blood of Flowers is a debut novel about a young woman in 17th-century Persia with a passion for making rugs.

'Body Surfing' by Anita Shreve
Body Surfing by Anita Shreve takes on many themes that Shreve fans will recognize -- love, marriage and loss.

'Breaking Dawn' by Stephenie Meyer
The fourth and final book in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, brought mixed reactions among fans. These questions can help your book club weigh in on the finale.

'Breaking Night' by Liz Murray
Liz Murray's memoir is a true account of her move from a childhood of poverty and neglect to graduating from Harvard. These questions can help reading groups that want to explore Murray's story and the social issues it raises.

'Bridge of Sighs' by Richard Russo
Bridge of Sighs by Richard Russo raises questions about whether people can change through a look at life in a small town.

'The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao' by Junot Diaz
The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao is an immigrant story filled with Spanish and hard luck. It was Junot Diaz's debut novel and received considerable praise.

'Brooklyn' by Colm Tóibín
Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín will give book clubs a chance to discuss the life of a young woman from Ireland who moves to New York in the 1950s.

'The Burgess Boys' by Elizabeth Strout
The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout is the story of a family that grew up in Maine and is still dealing with a childhood tragedy.

'Burning Bright' by Tracy Chevalier
Burning Bright by Tracy Chevalier is a novel of historical fiction about the real nineteenth century writer, William Blake.

'Cage of Stars' by Jacquelyn Mitchard
Cage of Stars by Jacquelyn Mitchard is a story about a young Mormon girl whose sisters are murdered.

'Canada' by Richard Ford
This is a reading group guide with questions about Canada by Richard Ford

'The Casual Vacancy' by J.K. Rowling
The Casual Vacancy has a number of characters and an ending worth discussing. These questions should help groups talk through Rowling's first novel for adults.

'Certain Girls' by Jennifer Weiner
Book clubs that want a light month might try Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner and this follow up novel, Certain Girls.

'Change of Heart' by Jodi Picoult
All of Jodi Picoult's novels give book clubs plenty of topics to discuss. Change of heart is no exception. A woman must decide whether to accept a heart transplant for her daughter from the man who murdered her husband.

'Committed' by Elizabeth Gilbert
Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert is a memoir that finishes the story she began in Eat, Pray, Love. Use these book club discussion questions to think about Gilbert's story and her thoughts on marriage.

'The Cuckoo's Calling' by Robert Galbraith
Jump into the mystery in The Cuckoo's Calling and discuss how this book compares to J.K. Rowling's other novels.

'Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict' by Laurie Viera Rigler
Jane Austen fans might enjoy this chick lit tribute to the classic author.

'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' by Mark Haddon
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon has fabulous writing and a page turning story that will help book clubs get into a discussion about autism.

'The Cut' by George Pelecanos
The Cut by George Pelecanos is a thriller that has some potential for groups to discuss deeper issues.

'Cutting for Stone' by Abraham Verghese
Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese's is a book of descriptive writing and deep characters that will lead book clubs into Ethiopia and medicine.

'Day After Night' by Anita Diamant
Day After Night by Anita Diamant is historical fiction about four women in a detainment camp in Israel post-Holocaust.

'Dead Until Dark' by Charlaine Harris
Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris is the first book in the Southern Vampire series, which is the inspiration for the hit show, True Blood.

'Dear John' by Nicholas Sparks
Dear John is a romantic drama about a couple that falls in love just before the boyfriend, John, is deployed to Iraq.

'The Devil in the White City' by Erik Larson
The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson is a story that follows a serial killer and architect during the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. It is nonfiction.

'Devils in Exile' by Chuck Hogan
Devil's in Exile by Chuck Hogan is a page turning thriller that has enough meat for book clubs to discuss.

'Dewey' by Vicki Myron
Dewey by Vicki Myron and Brett Witter is a nonfiction cat story about a cat who lived in a library in Iowa.

'Digging to America' by Anne Tyler
Digging to America is a story about two families who adopt babies from Korea. It explores family relationships and what it means to be American.

'A Discovery of Witches' by Deborah Harkness
A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness is a more grown up and sophisticated novel than Twilight for book clubs with a vampire romance fascination.

'Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood' by Rebecca Wells
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells is a fun Southern novel that has a serious thread.

'The Double Bind' by Chris Bohjalian
The Double Bind by Chris Bohjalian is a great choice for book clubs -- it is a literary mystery that references The Great Gatsby throughout.

'Drood' by Dan Simmons
Drood by Dan Simmons is a book about Charles Dickens and his rival.

'Eat Pray Love' by Elizabeth Gilbert
'Eat Pray Love' is Elizabeth Gilbert's wildly popular memoir about refinding herself after a divorce by taking a year to live in three countries other than her own.

'Eclipse' by Stephenie Meyer
If your book club is working through the Twilight Saga, these questions will help you think about the third book.

'The End' by Lemony Snicket
These questions delve into the thirteenth an last book in Lemony Snicket's Series of Unfortunate Events.

'The English American' by Alison Larkin
This debut novel is light reading about a girl finding herself.

'The Fall' by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan
Use these questions on The Fall by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan to lead your book club into the second novel in this vampire trilogy.

'Fall of Giants' by Ken Follett
Fall of Giants by Ken Follett is the first book in a trilogy about the 20th century. It covers World War I.

'The Family Fang' by Kevin Wilson
The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson is a story of an odd family.

'The Fault in Our Stars' by John Green
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is a young adult book that grown up book clubs will love as well.

'Finishing Touches' by Deanna Kizis
Finishing Touches by Deanna Kizis is the story of a woman who starts dating her best friend's husband after that friend dies in a car crash.

'Fire in the Blood' by Irène Némirovsky
Fire in the Blood by Irène Némirovsky is a short book about village life in France before World War II.

'The Five People You Meet In Heaven' by Mitch Albom
The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom is a little story that can inspire discussion of big questions.

'Flashback' by Dan Simmons
Flashback by Dan Simmons is a dystopian mystery with political undertones.

'For One More Day' by Mitch Albom
For One More Day by Mitch Albom is about a man who gets the chance to spend another day with his deceased mother.

'Ford County' by John Grisham
Ford County, a collection of short stories, is a good choice for book clubs because even those who don't finish the whole book can still participate in part of the discussion.

'Freakonomics' by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
Book clubs will have plenty to discuss when they read Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, which uses economic analysis in everyday situations.

'Girl with a Pearl Earring' by Tracy Chevalier
The Girl with a Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier is historical fiction with a romantic plot.

'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' by Stieg Larsson
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a popular mystery novel that still provides fodder for book club discussion.

'The Given Day' by Dennis Lehane
Dennis Lehane combines his sense for a good crime novel with historical fiction in The Given Day.

'Glitter and Glue' by Kelly Corrigan
Glitter and Glue is a quick read with lots of domestic themes for book clubs to explore.

'Gold' by Chris Cleave
Gold is a page turner that also raises issues for book clubs to discuss.

'The Gone-Away World' by Nick Harkaway - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions to lead a discussion of The Gone-Away World by Nick Harkaway.

'Gone Girl' by Gillian Flynn - Book Club Discussion Questions
These discussion questions will help your reading group go deeper into Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.

'The Great Night' by Chris Adrian - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Great Night by Chris Adrian is a modern take on a Shakespeare favorite. Use these book club discussion questions to lead your group into The Great Night by Chris Adrian.

'Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society' - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is a story about life on Guernsey (one of the islands between England and France) during and right after World War II. Use these book club discussion questions on The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society to lead your group in a conversation about the book.

'Handle with Care' by Jodi Picoult - Book Club Discussion Questions
Handle with Care is Jodi Picoult's latest attempt to raise controversial ethical issues in a novel that deals with medical and legal questions. Use these book club discussion questions on Handle with Care to delve into the issues Picoult raises with your book club.

Happiness Sold Separately - Book Club Discussion Questions
Happiness Sold Separately by Lolly Winston raises questions about how to stay happy in marriage and what happiness really means. Use these book club discussion questions on Happiness Sold Separately to lead your book club into the questions Winston raises.

'Have a Little Faith' by Mitch Albom - Book Club Discussion Questions
Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom is the two story of two very different men of faith. Use these book club discussion questions on Have a Little Faith to lead your reading group into the book.

Heat by Bill Buford - Book Club Discussion Questions
Heat is a fascinating and surprising story of one man’s journey from journalist to kitchen slave to culinary apprentice. Bill Buford’s memoir covers his time working in a first-class New York restaurant and repeated journeys to Italy to apprentice with the country’s best chefs. Use these book club discussion questions on Heat to lead your book club into Buford's book.

'The Help' by Kathryn Stockett - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Help, a first novel from Kathryn Stockett, tells the story of a young white woman in Jackson, Mississippi in the 1960s and a group of black maids who work for the families of her friends. Use these book club discussion questions on The Help to discuss the struggles the women face as they chafe against the written and unwritten rules that limit their lives.

'Help, Thanks, Wow' by Anne Lamott
It might be hard to know how to begin discussing this small book on prayer by Anne Lamott. These questions are meant as a guide for going deeper on your own or with a book club.

'Her Fearful Symmetry' by Audrey Niffenegger - Book Club Disc…
Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger is the story of two American twins who inherit their aunt's apartment in London. Use these book club discussion questions on Her Fearful Symmetry to lead your reading group into the book.

'The Heretic's Daughter' by Kathleen Kent - Book Club Questions
Kathleen Kent’s debut novel, The Heretic’s Daughter, tells the story of the Salem Witch Trials. Use these book club discussion questions on The Heretic's Daughter to lead your group into a conversation about Kent's novel.

'The Hiding Place' by Corrie Ten Boom
Corrie Ten Boom's memoir about hiding Jews during World War II and her experiences in concentration camps is a good choice for book clubs who are interested in faith and suffering.

'Hitler's War' by Harry Turtledove - Book Club Discussion Questions
Hitler’s War by Harry Turtledove joins the crowded field of "what if" tales about World War II. Use these book club discussion questions on Hitler's War to lead your reading group into Turtledove's historical fiction novel.

'Hollow City' Questions
Hollow City leads readers into a strange world. These book club questions raise some of the issues the book raises.

'A Hologram for the King' by Dave Eggers
A Hologram for the King by Dave Eggers provides much for book clubs to discuss about America and the Middle East even if there is not much action in the story.

'The Host' by Stephenie Meyer - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Host is Stephenie Meyer's first adult novel. Use these book club discussion questions on The Host to lead your group discussion of Meyer's novel.

'Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet' by Jamie Ford - Book Club Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford to lead your book club into Ford's novel.

'The House at Riverton' by Kate Morton - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on 'The House at Riverton' by Kate Morton to lead your reading group in a discussion about the book.

'The House at Sugar Beach' by Helene Cooper - Questions
'The House at Sugar Beach' is an astonishing and moving memoir about growing up in Liberia during a violent civil war. Use these book club discussion questions on 'The House at Sugar Beach' to discuss Cooper's story and Liberia.

'House Rules' by Jodi Picoult - Book Club Discussion Questions
In House Rules by Jodi Picoult, a teenager with Asperger's syndrome is accused of murder. Use these book club discussion questions on House Rules to lead your reading group into the book.

'Hollywood Crows' by Joseph Wambaugh - Book Club Questions
Hollywood Crows is the latest crime novel from Joseph Wambaugh, focusing again on the police officers of Hollywood Station in the LAPD, and particularly the role of the “crows” or Community Relations Officers. Use these book club discussion questions on Hollywood Crows to leading your reading group discussion of Wambaugh's book.

Hollywood Station by Joseph Wambaugh - Book Club Discussion Questions
Hollywood Station by Joseph Wambaugh is a suspenseful novel that trails a group of LAPD cops on routine patrols as well as more harrowing pursuits of criminals. Use these book club discussion questions on Hollywood Station to explore the LAPD with you book club.

'The Hundred Foot Journey' by Richard Morais
These questions about The Hundred Foot Journey should definitely be paired with a good meal and wine.

'The Hunger Games' and 'Catching Fire' by Suzanne Collins - Book Club Questions
The Hunger Games and Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins are the first two books in The Hunger Games trilogy. Use these book club discussion questions on The Hunger Games and Catching Fire to lead your book club into Collins' books.

'If Jack's in Love' by Stephen Wetta - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on If Jack's in Love by Stephen Wetta to dig into Wetta's debut novel.

'The Imperfectionists' by Tom Rachman - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman to lead your book club into the novel.

In Cold Blood by Truman Capote - Book Club Discussion Questions
In Cold Blood by Truman Capote is a classic that reappeared on the bestsellers lists in 2005 thanks to the hit movie, "Capote." These In Cold Blood book club discussion questions will help your book club discuss Capote's masterpiece.

'In the Garden of Beasts' by Erik Larson - Book Club Discussion Questions
In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson is a nonfiction story of that takes place in Germany just before World War II. Use these book club discussion questions on In the Garden of Beasts to lead your reading group into the book.

'In the Shadow of the Banyan' by Vaddey Ratner
In the Shadow of the Banyan is a novel based on the author's experiences in Cambodia during the horrible period of 1975 to 1979. These questions will help shape a discussion about the story and themes raised.

The Innocent Man by John Grisham - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Innocent Man, John Grisham's first nonfiction book, deals with "murder and injustice in a small town." Grisham uses Ron Williamson's story to raise issues of fairness in the criminal justice system and to highlight problems with the death penalty and our systems for dealing with people with mental illness.

'The Interestings' by Meg Wolitzer
The Interestings provides strong characters for book clubs to discuss.

'Juliet, Naked' by Nick Hornby - Book Club Discussion Questions
In Juliet, Naked, Nick Hornby returns with a novel that deals with a stripped down view of love. Use these book club discussion questions on Juliet, Naked to lead your reading group into the novel.

'Kinder Than Solitude' by Yiyun Li
Kinder Than Solitude is full of nuggets for book clubs to discuss along with bigger themes.

The Kite Runner - Book Club Questions
Book clubs will find discussion of The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini an easy task. Use these book club discussion questions on The Kite Runner to focus the discussion and go deep.

'The Lacuna' by Barbara Kingsolver - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Lacuna follows the life of Harrison Shepherd, a boy with an American father and Mexican mother who grows up in both countries, from 1929 - 1951. Use these book club discussion questions on The Lacuna to delve into Kingsolver's work of historical fiction.

'Last Last Chance' by Fiona Maazel - Book Club Discussion Questions
Last Last Chance, Fiona Maazel’s debut novel, is the frenetic, disjointed narrative of Lucy, a 30-year-old woman struggling to stay sober. Use these book club discussion questions on Last Last Chance to lead your reading group discussion on Lucy's story.

'Laura Rider's Masterpiece' by Jane Hamilton - Book Club Discussion Questions
Laura Rider's Masterpiece by Jane Hamilton is a comic novel about a woman trying to write a romance novel. Use these book club discussion questions on Laura Rider's Masterpiece to lead your reading group's conversation on the book.

'Liberating Atlantis' by Harry Turtledove - Book Club Questions
Liberating Atlantis is the third in Harry Turtledove’s Atlantis series. The series straddles the border of fantasy and alternative history and centers on events in the large island of Atlantis. Liberating Atlantis concerns a slave revolt in the United States of Atlantis and has obvious parallels to the antebellum United States of America and the American Civil War. Use these book club discuss…

The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid - Book Club Discussion Questions
Bill Bryson is an immensely popular writer who has tackled a wide variety of subjects. The focus of The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid is something pretty personal: his childhood in Des Moines, Iowa. Use these book club discussion questions in your book club to discuss Bryson's memoir, childhood and how things have changed since the 1950s.

Life of Pi by Yann Martel - Book Club Discussion Questions
Life of Pi by Yann Martel is a great book for book clubs to discuss. Use these book club discussion questions on Life of Pi to lead your book club through the questions Martel raises.

Lisey's Story by Stephen King - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on Lisey's Story by Stephen King to take King's wild ride into the story of Lisey Landon.

Little Alters Everywhere by Rebecca Wells - Book Club Discussion Questions
Little Alters Everywhere by Rebecca Wells is the first book in the Ya-Ya Sisterhood series. All the Ya-Ya books are great picks for book clubs. Use these book club discussion questions on Little Alters Everywhere to lead your book club in discussing the novel.

'The Lowland' by Jhumpa Lahari
These questions will help book clubs work through The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahari.

'Little Bee' by Chris Cleave - Book Club Discussion Questions
Little Bee by Chris Cleave is about two women who meet unexpectedly on a beach. Little Bee is a Nigerian refugee and Sarah is a British magazine editor. Use these book club discussion questions on Little Bee to lead your reading group into the novel.

'Live by Night' by Dennis Lehane
These questions on Live by Night will help your group discuss the second book in Lehane's trilogy.

'The Longest Trip Home' by John Grogan - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Longest Trip Home by John Grogan is a memoir from the author of Marley & Me. Use these book club discussion questions on The Longest Trip Home to discuss how Grogan's childhood related to your lives.

'The Lost Symbol' by Dan Brown - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown is Brown's third Robert Langdon thriller. These book club discussion questions will help your reading group work through the mystery.

Loving Frank by Nancy Horan - Book Club Discussion Questions
Frank Lloyd Wright is a famously important architect, one whose life and work has received due scholarly attention. Nancy Horan decided to turn her focus to Wright’s companion, Mamah Borthwick Cheney -- the result is Loving Frank, a fictional account of Cheney’s life and relationship with the famous architect. Use these book club discussion questions on Loving Frank to explore Horan's novel.

'Lucy' by Laurence Gonzales - Book Club Discussion Questions
Lucy by Laurence Gonzales is a fiction thriller about a girl who is half human, half bonobo ape. Use these book club discussion questions on Lucy by Laurence Gonzales to explore the questions Gonzales' novel raises.

'Lunch in Paris' by Elizabeth Bard - Book Club Discussion Questions
Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard is the story of how the author, an American student living in London, fell in love with her French husband and his country's cuisine. While she writes a good bit about her experiences with food, there are plenty of life's other aspects.

'Lush Life' by Richard Price - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on 'Lush Life' by Richard Price to guide your discussion of the novel.

Madonnas of Leningrad - Book Club Discussion Questions
Madonnas of Leningrad by Debra Dean tells the story of Marina, a young woman enduring the siege of Leningrad during World War II. Years later, as she begins to suffer from Alzheimer’s, her adult daughter struggles to understand her mother’s experiences during the war. Use these book club discussion questions on Madonnas of Leningrad to lead your book club into this stunning novel.

'Major Pettigrew's Last Stand' by Helen Simonson - Book Club Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on Major Pettigrew's Last Stand to lead your book club into Helen Simonson's novel.

'Man in the Dark' by Paul Auster - Book Club Discussion Questions
August Brill can’t sleep. His divorced daughter and suffering granddaughter are with him in the house, but he chooses to lie in bed and make up a story to distract from regrets about his life. Yet his fictional world and real world eerily mirror the state of his mind with an America at civil war and a confused soldier sent to kill the author of it all. But are the real and the imagined one? Use these book club discussion questions on Man in the Dark to dive in.

'The Marriage Plot' by Jeffrey Eugenides - Book Club Discussion Question
Use these book club discussion questions on The Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides to explore love, marriage and literature.

Marley & Me - Book Club Discussion Questions
Marley & Me by John Grogan is the story of a crazy and loveable Labrador retriever. Lead an engaging discussion with your book club, class or friends using these ready to go discussion questions.

The Maze Runner by James Dashner - Book Club Discussion Questions
If your book club is reading The Maze Runner, here are questions that will keep the discussion lively.

The Measure of a Man by Sidney Poitier - Book Club Discussion Questions
Oprah picked The Measure of a Man, Sidney Poitier's spiritual autobiography, as her first book club selection for 2007. Does your book club want to study The Measure of a Man? Use these book club discussion questions to guide you through Poitier's memoir.

Memoirs of a Geisha Book Club Discussion Questions
These Memoirs of a Geisha book club discussion questions will help your book club discuss Arthur Golden's stunning fiction novel.

The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Memory Keeper's Daughter starts on a snowy night in 1964 when a doctor delivers his own twins and discovers that one of them, the daughter, has been born with Downs Syndrome. He gives the daughter to a nurse to take to an institution and tells his wife the baby died. The nurse raises the daughter as her own.

The Mermaid Chair Book Club Discussion Questions
Sue Monk Kidd's second novel, The Mermaid Chair, was an instant bestseller. Want to read The Mermaid Chair with your book club? Use these ready-to-go book club discussion questions on the Mermaid Chair to lead your book club with ease.

Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides - Book Club Discussion Questions
Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides is told by Cal, a hermaphrodite who was raised as a girl until adolescence. Cal tells the story of his family of Greek immigrants over three generations, weaving a tale of mythic quality. Use these book club discussion questions on Middlesex to aid in your reading or help your group discuss Eugenides' well acclaimed book.

'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' - Book Club Questions
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs is a fantasy novel with mysteries to discuss.

Mission Song by John Le Carre - Book Club Discussion Questions
John Le Carre is considered the master of the literary thrillerHis 20th novel, The Mission Song is a timely narrative, with an empathetic eye into the open mind of Bruno Salvador, an orphaned child of a Catholic Irish missionary and a Congolese woman, and the state of Africa in world politics. Use these book club discussion questions on The Mission Song to delve into this Song.

'Mockingjay' by Suzanne Collins - Book Club Discussion Questions
Mockingjay is the third and final book in the Hunger Games saga. Use these book club discussion questions on Mockingjay to lead your book club into the novel.

'The Monsters of Templeton' by Lauren Groff - Book Club Questions
'The Monsters of Templeton' is a debut novel that’s gotten a lot of buzz -- and it’s well deserved. Lauren Groff has written a book that’s an ode to her hometown, Cooperstown, New York. Use these book club discussion questions on 'The Monsters of Templeton' to explore the monsters, ghosts, ancestors with secrets, illegitimate children, and other aspects of this monstrously enjoyable novel.

'Moonlight Mile' by Dennis Lehane - Book Club Discussion Questions
Moonlight Mile by Dennis Lehane is the final book in the detective series featuring Kenzie and Gennaro. Use these book club discussion questions on Moonlight Mile to lead your book club into this mystery and family drama.

'Moonwalking with Einstein' by Joshua Foer - Book Club Discussion Questions
Moonwalking with Einstein is a fun book for book clubs to read. Use these questions to spark conversations about the book with your group.

Morrigan's Cross by Nora Roberts - Book Club Discussion Questions
Morrigan's Cross by Nora Roberts is light and entertaining but can also present questions of good, evil, love and fantasy for your book club to discuss. Use these book club discussion questions on Morrigan's Cross to lead your book club into the first book in Roberts' Circle Trilogy.

Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician - Book Club Questions
With Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician, Daniel Wallace continues to strengthen his ability to concoct tales that feel and sound like folklore, this one cloaked in themes of identity and the tales we tell to try to make life less tragic. Use these book club discussion questions on Mr. Sebastian to delve into Wallace's world.

Night by Elie Wiesel - Book Club Discussion Questions on a Holocaust Memoir
Night is Elie Wiesel's memoir of his experience in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust. An Oprah Book Club, find discussion questions for your book club or class here.

My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult - Book Club Discussion Questions
My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Picoult presents a lot of questions for book clubs to discuss. These book club discussion questions on My Sister's Keeper will allow your book club to delve into the issues Jodi Picoult raises.

Nature Girl by Carl Hiaasen - Book Club Discussion Questions
In Nature Girl, Carl Hiaasen has served a silly, sweaty, sex-filled slapstick romp through the everglades with the endearingly nutty Honey Santana. Use these book club discussion questions on Nature Girl to explore the nature of Hiaasen's novel together.

'Netherland' by Joseph O'Neill - Book Club Discussion Questions
Netherland by Joseph O’Neill is a novel of reverie that is as grounded in reality as New York itself. O’Neill takes readers through one man’s period of personal despair without pulling us into the dark. Use these book club discussion questions on Netherland to take your reading group into O'Neill's novel.

'New Moon' by Stephenie Meyer - Book Club Discussion Questions
New Moon is the second book in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series. Use these book club discussion questions to lead you group through New Moon.

'The Newlyweds' by Nell Freudenberger - Book Club Discussion Questions
Here are questions for reading groups to use along with The Newlyweds by Nell Freudenberger.

'The Ocean at the End of the Lane' by Neil Gaiman
Go deeper into The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman with these questions.

'The Night Circus' by Erin Morgenstern - Book Club Discussion Question
These book club discussion questions about The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern help reading groups delve into Morgenstern's magical debut.

Next by Michael Crichton - Book Club Discussion Questions
Next by Michael Crichton deals with genetic engineering and brings up some provocative dilemmas dealing with genetic testing and ownership. Use these book club discussion questions on Next to discuss Crichton's novel and the dilemmas he raises.

'Nightwoods' by Charles Frazier - Book Club Discussion Questions
These book club discussion questions can help you discuss Nightwoods by Charles Frazier.

No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency - Book Club Discussion Questions
The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith is a short book packed with delightful characters and insights. Use these book club discussion questions on The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency to lead your book club discussion on this fiction novel about Africa and the mysteries of life.

'Noah's Compass' by Anne Tyler - Book Club Discussion Questions
Noah's Compass by Anne Tyler is a novel about Liam Pennywell, a schoolteacher who was forced to retire at 61, but who doesn't really mind because he never felt particularly fulfilled. Use these book club discussion questions on Noah's Compass by Anne Tyler to lead your reading group in a discussion about the book.

'Nobody Move' by Denis Johnson - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on Nobody Move by Denis Johnson to lead your group into Johnson's novel.

'Olive Kitteridge' by Elizabeth Strout - Book Club Discussion…
Use these book club discussion questions on Olive Kitteridge to delve into the stories with your reading group.

On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions about On Chesil Beach to lead a discussion on McEwan's slim, but thought-provoking novel.

'One Day' by David Nicholls - Book Club Discussion Questions
One Day by David Nicholls takes on the nature of male-female friendship, love, and career in the post-college years. Use these book club discussion questions on One Day to lead your book club into David Nicholls' novel.

One Good Turn by Kate Atkinson - Book Club Discussion Questions
As the saying goes, one good turn deserves another. Kate Atkinson’s novel, One Good Turn, certainly deserves the attention of readers looking for a novel that’s superbly-crafted and beautifully-written. Use these book club discussion questions on One Good Turn to explore the different plot threads that lead readers through a suspenseful journey into the underworld of Edinburgh.

'One Second After' by William Forstchen - Book Club Discussion Questions
One Second After is a riveting and chilling tale of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack on the United States. It is a thrilling page turner, but is also so much more. The danger it illustrates is so great and so real that leaders in our government are now reading this book. Use these book club discussion questions on One Second After to lead your reading group in a conversation about the book.

'The Orphan Master's Son' by Adam Johnson - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Orphan Master's Son by Adam Johnson has several themes and poignant passages for book clubs to discuss.

'The Other Queen' by Philippa Gregory - Book Club Discussion Questions
Philippa Gregory is back with another historical fiction novel of the kind that has made her popular. The Other Queen focuses on Mary Queen of Scots.Use these book club discussion questions on The Other Queen to dive into Gregory's take on history.

'A Constellation of Vital Phenomena' by Anthony Marra
A Constellation of Vital Phenomena is the first English language novel about the Chechen conflict. It is also a well written debut novel.

'Our Story Begins' by Tobias Wolff - Book Club Discussion Questions
'Our Story Begins' by Tobias Wolff is 31 short stories in a masterwork collection: 21 classic works, 10 new stories. Use these book club discussion questions on 'Our Story Begins' to lead your book club into Wolff's collection.

'Outliers' by Malcolm Gladwell - Book Club Discussion Questions
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell investigates the causes of extreme success (outliers). Gladwells claim is that it is not primarily individual talent, hard work, or merit of any kind that causes success, but sheer circumstances and luck. Use these book club discussion questions on Outliers to lead a conversation on Gladwell's book.

'The Painter from Shanghai' by Jennifer Cody Epstein - Book Questions
Jennifer Cody EpsteinÂ’s novel, The Painter from Shanghai, tells the story of Pan Yuliang, a post-impressionist painter from China. Use these book club discussion questions on The Painter from Shanghai to lead your group into Epstein's book.

'Panic' by Lauren Oliver
These are discussion questions about Panic, a young adult book.

'The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake' - Book Club Questions
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender is a book club pick that could stimulate some interesting discussions. Use these book club discussion questions on The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender to lead your reading group into the book.

'The Passage' by Justin Cronin - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Passage by Justin Cronin is a post-apocalyptic vampire tale of epic proportions. Use these book club discussion questions on The Passage by Justin Cronin to lead your book club into Cronin's novel.

'Picking Cotton' by Jennifer Thompson-Cannino and Ronald Cotton - Book Questions
Picking Cotton is the true story of Ronald Cotton's wrongful conviction, imprisonment, release and eventual friendship with the woman who picked him out in a line-up. Use these book club discussion questions on Picking Cotton to lead your reading group in a conversation about the book.

'Pirate Latitudes' by Michael Crichton - Book Club Discussion…
Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton was found as a manuscript among his belongings after his untimely death. It is a pirate yarn in the tradition of Treasure Island. Use these book club discussion questions on Pirate Latitudes to lead your reading group into Crichton's adventure story.

Pursuit of Happyness by Chris Gardner - Book Club Discussion Questions
Chris Gardner’s life story is impressive. Despite having never gone to college, and after a period of being homeless, he became a wildly successful stockbroker and wrote his memoir, Pursuit of Happyness. Use these book club discussion questions on The Pursuit of Happyness to delve into Gardner's memoir with your book club.

'People of the Book' by Geraldine Brooks - Book Club Questions
In 'People of the Book,' Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Geraldine Brooks presents a fictional history of the Sarajevo Haggadah. Use these book club discussion questions to delve into 'People of the Book' with your reading group.

Perfect by Rachel Joyce
Perfect is a book about mental illness, childhood, families and other issues that book clubs might enjoy discussing.

'Room' by Emma Donoghue - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on Room by Emma Donoghue to explore Donoghue's unique book told from a child's perspective.

'The Reader' by Bernhard Schlink - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Reader by Bernhard Schlink is the story of 15-year-old Michael Berg, who has an affair with Hanna, a woman more than twice his age. Years later, he finds out a terrible secret about her. Use these book club discussion questions on The Reader to lead your group in a conversation about Schlink's book.

Reading Lolita in Tehran - Book Club Discussion Questions
Lead a discussion on Reading Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi with ease. Book club discussion questions for Reading Lolita in Tehran are here and are ready to be used by any book club leader, teacher or anyone else wishing to lead a discussion on Nafisi's memoir.

'The Reading Promise' by Alice Ozma - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma is a memoir about a father and daughter. These discussion questions will help you think about the book.

'The Red House' by Mark Haddon - Book Club Discussion Questions
These book club discussion questions are about The Red House by Mark Haddon.

Rise and Shine by Anna Quindlen - Book Club Discussion Questions
Rise and Shine by Anna Quindlen is about the sister of the anchor of the most popular morning news show on TV. Bridget watches her sister Meghan's life fall apart when she utters two forbidden words into a camera she thought was off. Use these book club discussion questions on Rise and Shine to discuss this book on celebrity, New York, and family relationships.

The Road by Comac McCarthy - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Road by Cormac McCarthy capture moments of lyrical and emotional beauty in a father and son’s haunted relationship even as a silent cloud of death covers the world in darkness. These book club discussion questions on The Road will help your book club delve into McCarthy's brutally astonishing work.

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion - Book Club Discussion Questions
Book clubs will fall in love with The Rosie Project. These questions will help your group have a fun and thorough conversation about the book.

'Room of Marvels' by James Bryan Smith - Book Club Discussion Questions
Room of Marvels by James Bryan Smith imagines what happens after people die. Use these book club discussion questions on Room of Marvels to lead a conversation on the book with your reading group.

'Say You're One of Them' by Uwem Akpan - Book Club Discussion…
Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan was Oprah's Book Club's 63rd pick. Say You're One of Them is a collection of short stories by Uwem Akpan about life in Africa. Use these book club discussion questions on Say You're One of Them to lead your reading group into the stories.

The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd Book Club Discussion Questions
The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd is a great choice for book clubs. Use these book club discussion questions to guide your discussion of Sue Monk Kidd's bestselling novel, The Secret Life of Bees.

'The Senator's Wife' by Sue Miller - Book Club Discussion Questions
'The Senator's Wife' by Sue Miller is the story of two women -- one at the beginning of her marriage, one in her later years -- who live next door to each other. Use these book club discussion questions on 'The Senator's Wife' to guide your book club conversation on Miller's novel.

'The Shack' by William P. Young - Book Club Discussion Questions
'The Shack' by William P. Young is a story that explores God's role in suffering. Use these book club discussion questions on 'The Shack' to discuss Mack's journey and your own ideas about the big questions in life.

'Shanghai Girls' by Lisa See - Book Club Discussion Questions
In Shanghai Girls, See once again creates a gripping story with believable characters that lets readers live inside a time and place different from our own. Shanghai Girls takes place in Shanghai and Los Angeles during the early twentieth century and follows Pearl and May, two sisters who flee a privileged life in Shanghai when the Japanese invade the city. Use these book club discussion question…

Shopaholic & Baby by Sophie Kinsella - Book Club Discussion Questions
Shopaholic & Baby is the fifth installment in Sophie Kinsella's popular Shopaholic series. Fans of the series will be delighted by Becky Brandon's adventures in pregnancy, and book clubs may choose this as a light read to coincide with a baby shower.

'Silver Sparrow' by Tayari Jones - Book Review & Book Club Discussion Questions
Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones is about two daughters of a man with two wives. Use these book club questions and review to lead your reading group into the novel.

'Sing You Home' by Jodi Picoult - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult to lead your reading group into the book.

'Sisterland' by Curtis Sittenfeld
Sisterland by Curtis Sittenfeld is a book that groups will enjoy reading and discussing.

Skylight Confessions by Alice Hoffman - Book Club Discussion Questions
Alice Hoffman’s Skylight Confessions is filled with people falling in love quickly and deeply, children longing to fly, and otherworldly signs and beings. Use these book club discussion questions on Skylight Confessions to discuss the people and symbols in this novel.

'Sleepless' by Charlie Huston - Book Club Discussion Questions
What if the next great epidemic is a disease that causes people to never sleep? What if it affected a detective’s wife and newborn to the breaking point of hysteria? What if a drug called dreamer and a video game called Chasm Tide were the keys to curing the disease? These questions are the premise of Charlie Huston's Sleepless. Use these book club discussion questions on Sleepless to lead your…

So Cold the River by Michael Koryta - Book Club Discussion Questions
So Cold the River by Michael Koryta may appeal to book clubs looking for mystery and supernatural intrigue. Use these book club discussion questions on So Cold the River to lead your group into Koryta's book.

'Snow Flower and the Secret Fan' by Lisa See - Book Club Questions
'Snow Flower and the Secret Fan' by Lisa See is the story of two girls in nineteenth century China and their friendship from age seven. Lily narrates the story as an old woman, relating how her friendship with Snow Flower grew and then fell apart with a major betrayal. Use these book club discussion questions on 'Snow Flower and the Secret Fan' to lead a discussion with your reading group.

'Still Life with Bread Crumbs' by Anna Quindlen
Still Life with Bread Crumbs is a novel about career, relationships and the decisions that define us.

'Songs of Willow Frost' by Jamie Ford
Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford is about a Chinese-American boy in Seattle during the Great Depression.

'Song Yet Sung' by James McBride - Book Club Discussion Questions
Song Yet Sung by James McBride is the story of a runaway slave in pre-Civil War Maryland. Use these book club discussion questions on Song Yet Sung to study the novel with your book club.

Splendor of Silence by Indu Sundaresan - Book Club Discussion Questions
Splendor of Silence by Indu Sundaresan is a lush, poetic and exquisitely crafted novel that should appeal to anyone who loves reading.Use these book club discussion questions on Splendor of Silence to delve into this delightful novel.

'The Story of Edgar Sawtelle' by David Wroblewski - Book Club Questions
In September 2008, Oprah chose The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski for her Book Club. The Story of Edgar Sawtelle is David Wroblewski's debut novel. Use these book club discussion questions on The Story of Edgar Sawtelle to lead your reading group into Wroblewski's book.

'The Strain' by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan - Book Club Questions
In The Strain, Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro have concocted something ancient, scientific and terrifying for readers to sink their teeth into. 'The Strain' is the first of a new trilogy of vampire novels. Use these book club discussion questions on The Strain to lead your reading group into this masterful horror novel.

'The Subprime Solution' by Robert Schiller - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Subprime Solution by Robert Schiller is an assessment of the financial situation in 2008 from a top economist. Use these book club discussion questions on The Subprime Solution to delve into Schiller's ideas with your book club.

Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky - Book Club Discussion Questions
Suite Française by Irène Némirovsky was written during the German occupation of France during World War II, and provides a fascinating glimpse into day to day life in France during the war. Use these book club discussion questions to enhance your reading and provide your group with questions to stimulate your discussion of Suite Française.

'Super Sad True Love Story' by Gary Shteyngart - Book Club Discussion Questions
Super Sad True Love Story by Gary Shteyngart is a satiric look into the near-future of America. Imagine a world where electronic communication has...

'Swamplandia!' by Karen Russell - Book Club Discussion Questions
Swamplandia! by Karen Russell is a debut novel that takes place in Florida. Use these book club discussion questions on Swamplandia! by Karen Russell to lead your reading group into the book.

Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith - Book Club Discussion Questions
Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith is the second book in The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series. It is a quick, but thoughtful book that will please fans of the series. Use these book club discussion questions on Tears of the Giraffe to lead your book club discussion on this fiction novel about Africa and the mysteries of life.

'Telegraph Avenue' by Michael Chabon
Telegraph Avenue by Michael Chabon is the story of a small record store in Oakland, but it also has unique writing and characters for book clubs to discuss.

The Temple Dancer by John Speed - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Temple Dancer: A Novel of India is a fun and suspenseful trip through 17th-century India. Author John Speed introduces a smorgasbord of interesting and colorful characters, both native to India and part of the Portuguese colonial presence. Book clubs interested in The Temple Dancer can use these book club discussion questions to lead their discussion.

'The Terror of Living' by Urban Waite - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions on The Terror of Living by Urban Waite to lead your book club into Waite's debut novel.

Terrorist by John Updike - Book Club Discussion Questions
Terrorist by John Updike is a good choice for book clubs because it raises a number of questions for discussion. Use these book club discussion questions on Terrorist as your book club discusses Updike's 22nd novel.

'Testimony' by Anita Shreve - Book Club Discussion Questions
Testimony by Anita Shreve explores a scandalous event at a boarding school from several perspectives. Use these book club discussion questions on Testimony to lead your group into Shreve's novel.

'That Old Cape Magic' by Richard Russo - Book Club Discussion…
That Old Cape Magic by Richard Russo is a short novel about Jack and Joy Griffin's marriage. Use these book club discussion questions on That Old Cape Magic to lead your reading group into the book.

'Their Eyes Were Watching God' by Zora Neale Hurston - Discussion Questions
Their Eyes Were Watching God is a sensual novel about an African-American woman in rural Florida that was first published in 1937. Use these book club discussion questions on Their Eyes Were Watching God to lead your reading group into Hurston's novel.

Them by Nathan McCall - Book Club Discussion Questions
In Them, Nathan McCall explores issues of race and gentrification through the story of Barlowe, a middle aged black man who lives in Atlanta's Fourth Ward. Use these book club discussion questions on Them to lead a discussion on the themes in McCall's debut novel.

Thirteen Moons by Charles Frazier - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions to discuss Charles Frazier's second novel, Thirteen Moons. Thirteen Moons is an epic American tale similar to Frazier's Cold Mountain. Frazier gives book clubs much to discuss.

The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield is a rich story about secrets, ghosts, winter, books and family. Use these book club discussion questions on The Thirteenth Tale to delve into Setterfield's magical world.

'Three Cups of Tea' by Greg Mortenson & David Oliver Relin - Questions
'Three Cups of Tea' by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin is the true story of Mortenson's work building schools in remote villages in Pakistan. Use these book club discussion questions on 'Three Cups of Tea' to lead your book club through the story.

'The Tiger's Wife' by Tea Obreht - Book Club Discussion Questions
Is your book club or reading group reading The Tiger's Wife by Tea Obreht? Use these book club discussion questions to help stimulate the conversation.

To Kill a Mockingbird Book Club Discussion Questions
Lead your book club, class or reading group conversation on To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee with these ready-to-go book club discussion questions.

The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Time Travler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger is a love story with a twist. Henry, the main character, involuntarily gets misplaced in time. Want to lead a discussion on The Time Traveler's Wife with your book club or class? Check out these reading group questions.

Tomorrow by Graham Swift - Book Club Discussion Questions
Tomorrow takes place on one night, as the female narrator, Paula Hook, anticipates breaking some shocking news to her children on the titular day. The story, though, covers her lifetime and theirs, and the many events—big and small—that led to the present evening. Use these book club discussion questions on Tomorrow to delve into Swift's story.

'The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise' by Julia Stuart
The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise by Julia Stuart is the story of a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London who owns the world's largest tortoise and is grieving the loss of his son. Use these book club discussion questions on The Tower, the Zoo, and the Tortoise by Julia Stuart to lead your reading group into the novel.

'The Twelve' by Justin Cronin
Go deeper into The Twelve by Justin Cronin with these questions about the novel.

'Twilight' by Stephenie Meyer - Book Club Discussion Questions
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer is the first in her young adult series about vampires. Use these book club discussion questions on Twilight to lead your book club into Meyer's world.

'The United States of Atlantis' by Harry Turtledove - Book Club Questions
The United States of Atlantis is the second in Harry Turtledove's developing Atlantis series. Use these book club discussion questions to lead a group conversation on The United States of Atlantis.

The View from Mount Joy by Lorna Landvik - Book Club Questions
The View from Mount Joy by Lorna Landvik--bestselling author of book club favorite Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons--tells the story of Joe Andreson, a high school hockey player who moves to Minneapolis. The novel follows the story of his life through middle age, and traces the impact of his high school years and the friends he made.

'Unaccustomed Earth' by Jhumpa Lahiri - Book Club Discussion Questions
These book club discussion questions will help your group discuss 'Unaccustomed Earth' by Jhumpa Lahiri.

'Unbroken' by Laura Hillenbrand
Use these questions to explore all the parts of Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand.

'War' by Sebastian Junger - Book Club Discussion Questions
War by Sebastian Junger is a unique take on the battle in Afghanistan through the eyes of a journalist who lived among the young soldiers fighting in the Korengal Valley. Use these book club discussion questions on War to lead your book club into Junger's account.

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen - Book Club Discussion Questions
Book Club Discussion Questions - The pages of Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen burst with rich descriptions and action. You will be drawn into the world of ringmasters, elephants and sideshows. You will also experience the world of nursing homes and old age. Use these book club discussion questions on Water for Elephants to lead your book club's discussion of this story.

What is the What by Dave Eggers - Book Club Discussion Questions
What is the What is a novel written by Dave Eggers and drawn from the real-life story of Valentino Achak Deng, one of the Lost Boys of Sudan. Use these book club discussion questions to lead your group into What is the What.

When Madeline Was Young by Jane Hamilton - Book Club Discussion Questions
When Madeline Was Young by Jane Hamilton is the story of a family that is atypical and yet classic all-American at the same time. Hamilton raises questions of family, loyalty, love, war and identity in When Madeline Was Young.

'When We Were Romans' by Matthew Kneale - Book Club Questions
'When We Were Romans' by Matthew Kneale is a short, but powerful novel told from the perspective of a nine-year-old boy named Lawrence. Use these book club discussion questions on 'When We Were Romans' to lead your book club into Kneale's book.

'When Will There Be Good News?' by Kate Atkinson - Book Club Questions
Kate Atkinson is the best-selling and critically-praised author of literary thrillers Case Histories and One Good Turn. Her latest book, When Will There Be Good News?, revisits the same characters. Use these book club discussion questions on When Will There Be Good News? to lead your book club into Atkinson's mystery.

'When You are Engulfed in Flames' by David Sedaris - Questions
David Sedaris has made a successful career telling hilarious and personal stories about his own life. Use these book club discussion questions on 'When You are Engulfed in Flames' to lead your discussion of Sedaris' essays.

When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead - Book Club Discussion Questions
When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead is a young adult novel that will delight adults and youth alike. Use these book club discussion questions on When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead to lead your book club or reading group into Stead's book.

'Where'd You Go, Bernadette' by Maria Semple - Book Club Discussion Questions
Here are some questions for book clubs to use when reading Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple.

'The White Tiger' by Aravind Adiga - Book Club Discussion Questions
The White Tiger tells the story of a young entrepreneur in India whose childhood nickname was the white tiger. It is an original and compelling story about modern India. Use these book club discussion questions on The White Tiger to lead your reading group into a conversation about the book.

Whitethorn Woods by Maeve Binchy - Book Club Discussion Questions
Whitethorn Woods by Maeve Binchy is essentially a collection of interconnected short stories that take place in a small town in Ireland. Readers can use these book club discussion questions on Whitethorn Woods to guide them in discussing Binchy's unique depiction of today’s Ireland.

Wicked by Gregory McGuire - Book Club Discussion Questions
Wicked by Gregory McGuire turns a classic book --The Wizard of Oz--on its head. Use these book club discussion questions on Wicked to delve into the questions McGuire raises in his clever book.

'The Wild Things' by Dave Eggers - Book Club Discussion Questions
In The Wild Things, Dave Eggers gives us a monstrously fleshed out version of the classic children's book Where the Wild Things Are. Use these book club discussion questions on The Wild Things to lead your reading group into Eggers' novel.

'Winter of the World' by Ken Follett
Winter of the World is the second book by Ken Follett in his historical fiction trilogy covering the twentieth century. These questions can help your group focus on the main issues in this long novel.

'The Wisdom of Whores' by Elizabeth Pisani - Book Club Questions
Elizabeth Pisani's 'The Wisdom of Whores' is a witty, humorous page-turner that covers AIDS from angles most readers will have never considered. Use these book club discussion questions on 'The Wisdom of Whores' to delve into Pisani's ideas with your book club.

'Wit's End' by Karen Joy Fowler - Book Club Discussion Questions
'Wit’s End' by Karen Joy Fowler is a funny, quick-paced mystery novel about a woman who learns more about her family history by moving in with her godmother, a reclusive mystery writer. Use these book club discussion questions on 'Wit's End' to lead your group's discussion of the book.

'Wonder' by R.J. Palacio
Wonder by R.J. Palacio is a children's book that adults would also enjoy and would foster good book club discussion.

Ya-Yas in Bloom by Rebecca Wells - Book Club Discussion Questions
Ya-Yas in Bloom by Rebecca Wells is the third book in the Ya-Ya Sisterhood series. Use these book club discussion questions on Ya-Yas in Bloom to lead your book club as they they discuss this charming Southern novel.

'The Yellow Birds' by Kevin Powers - Book Club Discussion Questions
The Yellow Birds raises many questions about war. Use this discussion guide to help your book club work through Kevin Powers' novel.

'Ender's Game' by Orson Scott Card
Ender's Game is a classic science fiction novels that will appeal to those who do not normally read science fiction as well.

The Yiddish Policemen's Union by Michael Chabon - Book Club Questions
The Yiddish Policemen’s Union is a Jewish detective yarn set in Sitka, Alaska; this frustratingly intoxicating tale is not only chock full of the Chabon’s masterful witticisms and descriptions, but is a mind-rattling fiction of noir and prophecy mixed with a healthy dose of black humor.

'Zeitoun' by Dave Eggers - Book Club Discussion Questions
In Zeitoun, Dave Eggers captures the Zeitoun family’s story of perseverance through forces of nature and man. This book is a testament to the city of New Orleans and the survivors of Hurricane Katrina who carry on and strive to rebuild. Use these book club discussion questions on Zeitoun to lead your reading group into Eggers' book.

'Our Kind of Traitor' by John Le Carre - Book Club Discussion Questions
Use these book club discussion questions to delve into Our Kind of Traitor by John Le Carre.

'Tenth of December' by George Saunders
These questions work through the stories in Tenth of December by George Saunders.

'Wool' by Hugh Howey
These questions will help book clubs discuss all the sections of Wool by Hugh Howey.

'You Lost Me There' by Rosecrans Baldwin - Book Club Discussion Questions
You Lost Me There by Rosecrans Baldwin is a debut novel. Use these book club discussion questions on You Lost Me There by Rosecrans Baldwin to delve into the story with your reading group.

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