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TTT: Books I'd Want to Read With a Book Club


This week's TTT topic: Books with a Book Club (In my case this is an imaginary book club as I'm not in one.)

Here are the books I would want to force on everyone else:




Books I would want others to choose because I'm not sure if I will make them a big enough priority otherwise (even though I really do want to read them):



What books would you want to read in a book club?





Comments

Unknown said…
Great list! I read The Martian only a few months ago, and absolutely loved it. Here's my TTT. Happy reading!
Brandy said…
Everyone has said such good things about it. Hopefully I will get to it someday!
Code Name Verity would make a fantastic book club read. I have The Martian on my list, too!

Check out my TTT.
Oh, you just made me laugh with your candor. I suppose since I have Code Name Verity on my shelf, I should read it before I am forced ;)
danicapage said…
Great picks! I haven't read a lot of these but would love to do so.

So I accidentally posted next week's topic, but I'd love it if you'd still check it out anyway. :)

Thanks for sharing. here's mine
Unknown said…
Seraphina!! I need to read it!! Great List! Check out my Top Ten Tuesday! http://bookbabble.weebly.com/blog/top-ten-tuesday
Brandy said…
So much wonderful discussion can come from Code Name Verity.
Brandy said…
Honesty first. ;)

YES, you must read Code Name Verity if you haven't. All of Elizabeth Wein's books are amazing.
Brandy said…
Posting the wrong week's topic would be so easy. I always triple check it and still know it's bound to happen to me one day. :)
Brandy said…
Seraphina is a wonderful book. I'm really excited about the sequel coming out in March.
The Martian is sitting on my table waiting for me to read!

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