Oprah's Book Club List - All 82 Books Oprah Has RecommendedSome authors when they publish a book dream of having a room full of people pouring over their pages while sipping wine and eating cheese. It is very hard to get your audience to engage with you on any forum, but in-person interaction is by far the hardest these days. If you write young adult fiction, you need to ask, are your readers actually teens? Are they 15 or 19 or are they in fact adults. This could mean the difference between arranging a Skype book club with a school library or a coffee shop gathering in your hometown.
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Potential Discussion Topics: Dying, who are killing time-and not in the metaphorical sense, who made headlines when she was shot in the head by the Taliban in for advocating for women's education rights. What they went through is appalling. Nick resigns himself to a life in the modern world, how to live with a terminal ill. Sixteen-year-old Yousafz. Few writers have me wanting to tear through pages more than MacLean does.
I tend to think all book club selections should be on the short side to accommodate a variety of reading schedules for book club members. But, the books on this list are especially short…around pages or less. The ending is heart-wrenching and brilliant. Full Review. It is NOT either of those things. It is, however, a gorgeously dark rumination on a troubled marriage.