The Broke and Brookish suggestion to list books for a book club discussion had me reviewing my reading and thinking about what I would like to discuss. One of my book clubs is about to reveal the list of books for 2017 at their annual luncheon in November; books are chosen by the person hosting the discussion but must be readily available in the library. Another smaller group picks books bimonthly at the end of each meeting – sometimes newer books not yet in the library system and one none of us have read. Constantly looking for another book to read, book lists are like candy to me. I devour them instantly and want more.
Here is my short list (with links to my reviews) but there are so many more…
Florence Gordon by Brian Morton
The Many by Wyl Menmuir
The Other Side of the Bridge by Mary Lawson
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi
The Door by Magda Szabó