A remarkable story about love, literature and family to read with your book club.
If your book club has already read The Thursday Murder Club, dive into book #2: The Man Who Died Twice.
A Sunday Times bestseller and BBC Between the Covers Book Club pick.
Atlas of the Heart should be your next book club pick. A guide to mapping meaningful connection, this book is compelling, enlightening and ripe with discussion points.
From the winner of the 2021 Penguin Literary Prize comes this rural thriller, perfect for reading with your book club.
A gripping historical fiction to read with your book club.
Here are some questions to get your discussion started about The Book of Wondrous Possibilities!
An absorbing story to discuss with your book club.
Explore friendship, faith, family and identity with this compelling debut, perfect for book clubs.
If your mum was a cop and your dad was a criminal who needed your help to commit a crime, would you do it to save him?
There’s so much to talk about in this big-hearted story starring sisters and storytellers Peijing and Biju, a lost family finding their way, a Little World made of paper, a Jade Rabbit, and the ever-changing but constant moon . . .
A delightful, Australian-bush style romantic comedy that will keep your book club enthralled with hilarity and delight.
Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone is a fiendishly clever mystery that will keep your book club guessing and introduces a family of characters brilliant for discussion.
Discuss the biggest YA thriller of 2022 with your reading group.
An unputdownable Australian novel to read with your book club.
Public radio co-hosts navigate mixed signals in Rachel Lynn Solomon's sparkling romantic comedy debut.
A standout book club novel. Unputdownable and thought-provoking.
A compelling and inventive novel in five parts to share with your book club.