5 Great Books for Your Book Club

As we enter the cooler months of the year and indoor activities become more necessary, you may be looking to start a book club with a few friends or simply pick out the latest read for your already established book club. 

Perhaps your meetings look a little different… as you’re sitting around a laptop discussing your latest read on a video chat instead of a living room. We’re here to make a life simpler for you and provide a short and curated list of conversation-starting book club reads. 

Daisy Jones & The Six

By Taylor Jenkins Reid

Lose yourself in the late sixties while following Daisy Jones on her rise to stardom. Daisy finds herself alongside rock and roll band, The Six, and produces an unforgettable album. 

Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution and Triumph of Modern Female Friendship

By Kayleen Schaefer

The Evolution and Triumph of Female Friendships: Celebrate the beauty of ladies coming together with this non-fiction that takes a look at the evolution of female friendships over the decades.

The Most Fun We’ve Ever Had

By Claire Lombardo

This captivating story spans generations and follows Wendy, Violet, Liza and Grace as they struggle to navigate life and learn about their long-time married parents.

Something Borrowed

By Emily Giffin

As the first book in its series, Something Borrowed follows Rachel as she struggles to make choices leading up to the wedding of her best friend (whose fiancé she’s secretly in love with).

I Am Malala

By Malala Yousafzai

This autobiography, written by the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, is the memoir of Malala Yousafzai following her brave and life-threatening fight for education in Pakistan.

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