Book Club Questions for DiscussionI took these book club questions to our last meeting, and WOW the difference in our discussion was amazing! The goal of your book club meeting is to have a fantastic discussion. In order to do this you must be prepared. This goes beyond simply reading the book. Below are two lists of questions that can help you in two valuable ways.
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40 Great Book Club Discussion Questions For Any Book
This past Monday was my turn to host our Bupper Club. Our Bupper group has been just a handful of us for a few years so we decided to extend an invitation to new friends! Each of us invited a friend to join and I have to say…it seemed like a success. Disclaimer: I might have gone a little overboard trying to impress our new Bupper members. I must say…the reviews were definitely mixed. The One and Only takes place in the small college town of Walker, Texas. This town swears by one thing — football.
Most of these are non-specific, designed to work for any book, although, of course, some will work better than others for particular books. Just pick and choose the discussion questions that work best for you and your book group, and get the conversation going! Bring the printable questions along for help. If too short, what would you add? What other title might you choose? How well does it convey what the book is about? If the book has been published with different covers, which one do you like best?
2. "Do you think the story was plot-based or character driven?"
So what could help, you ask? The best stories are the ones that give you allllll the feels—the good, the bad, the ugly cry! Hopefully, your book club pick did the job so you have plenty to gush about at your meeting. Explore every twist of the stomach and each beat your heart skipped. Dish about all the gory details and explore how the book really impacted your emotions. But others, for whatever reason, are sometimes harder to get through.