book club reviews


1. "The Nightingale" by Kristin Hannah – This book is a beautiful and emotional story about two sisters in Nazi-occupied France during World War II. The characters are well-developed and the writing is vivid and engaging. Our book club had a lot of discussion about the choices the characters made and the themes of love, sacrifice, and resilience.

2. "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens – This book was a hit with our book club. The story of Kya, a young girl growing up in the marshes of North Carolina, is both heartbreaking and inspiring. The writing is lyrical and the descriptions of the natural world are stunning. We had a lively discussion about the themes of loneliness, prejudice, and the power of nature.

3. "Educated" by Tara Westover – This memoir was a powerful and thought-provoking read for our book club. Tara's story of growing up in a strict and abusive household, and her journey to educate herself and break free from her past, sparked a lot of discussion about family, education, and resilience. The writing is raw and honest, and Tara's strength and determination are truly inspiring.

4. "The Silent Patient" by Alex Michaelides – This psychological thriller kept our book club on the edge of our seats. The twists and turns in the story kept us guessing until the very end, and the ending left us all shocked. We had a great discussion about mental health, trauma, and the nature of truth. Overall, a gripping and satisfying read.

5. "The Girl on the Train" by Paula Hawkins – This suspenseful thriller was a hit with our book club. The unreliable narrator and multiple perspectives kept us guessing and discussing the true nature of the characters and their motivations. The themes of addiction, betrayal, and memory resonated with us, and we enjoyed dissecting the plot twists and turns.

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