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Ten Books I'd Love to Read With My Book Club/If I Had A Book Club
I've always wanted to part of a book club. Our family had started an online one, but no one ever seemed to be able to keep up with it. I would love to return to it one day.
This was a fascinating novel; one that made me a fan of Charyn's work. It also has local ties for me. Learn more on Goodreads.
This is the second time I am talking about this book this week. It's really worth checking out. Learn more on Goodreads.
An emotional book that shines the light on the issues faced by the homeless. Coincidentally, the man on the cover was a homeless man. Thanks to the author and her team, he was reunited with his family. Learn more about this book on Goodreads.
Another emotional one--definite tear jerker. This one deals with the issues of infertility and abortion. Learn more on Goodreads.
Excellent choice if you like dystopian fiction. Learn more on Goodreads.
History and mystery in one. Learn more on Goodreads.
Great discussion starter for a debate about the blessing or curse of being young forever. Would you stay young forever if you could? Learn more on Goodreads.
One of the most fascinating books I've ever read. Is there a gene that makes people evil? Learn more on Goodreads.
An eloquently written, intriguing mystical novel. Learn more on Goodreads.
I had no idea what "Down Low" meant until I read this book. This book made me a fan of Young's work. Learn more on Goodreads.