Twenty 2020 titles to keep your book club humming.
Some books are solo endeavours – literary tomes best tackled alone (and all in good time). Others are flat-out too embarrassing to share with your book club buddies (we won’t tell anyone). And then there are books that are simply made to be ruminated upon, digested and shared (once a month with a select group of friends and virtual strangers). Here are twenty 2020 titles calling out for their book-club homes.
Book club notes
Take your book club on a journey of self-discovery, with Glennon Doyle’s famed Untamed.
Gather your book club and get ready to gossip about the inhabitants of Spinifex.
Reading group discussion questions for ages 12+.
Explore themes of surrogacy, consequences and the redemptive power of love with your reading group.
Gather your book club and find out why everyone is talking about The Last Migration.
An electrifying and propulsive pick for your next book club meeting.
Travel to ancient times and back again with Mark Haddon’s transcendent, spellbinding novel.
Invite your reading group on a French escapade with a twist.
Treat your reading group to a suspenseful thrill ride like no other.
Challenge your reading group to consider the biggest questions of our times.
Transport your reading group to our not-too-distant future.
Take your reading group on a journey of self-discovery.
Explore the cycles of love, loss and regret, that can follow a family through the years, with your reading group.
Journey to the English Cotswolds with your book club in the latest heartwarming family drama from Josephine Moon.
Kathy Lette’s Husband Replacement Therapy is a perfect spontaneous reading group choice.
Chew over some of life’s big questions with James Bradley’s timely thriller, Ghost Species.
Cut loose like an octogenarian with Lisa Ireland’s heart-warming romp.
Transport your book club to 1860s Australia, with Tom Keneally's The Dickens Boy.
Introducing: The Huddle – an online book club to connect you with authors and fellow readers.
A novel that will pull at the heartstrings of everyone in your book club.
Explore themes of obsession, reconciliation and revenge with your book club.
Delve into the loves and lives of Cassandra and Jane Austen with your reading group.
Escape with your reading group to the sleepy seaside town of Banksia Bay, where all of the inhabitants seem to be hiding something.