13 book club questions for Normal People by Sally Rooney
Ask real and profound questions about about Normal People by Sally Rooney
The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Atwood – “A rat in a maze is free to go anywhere, as long as it stays inside the maze.”
Controlling women’s bodies in The Handmaid’s tale.
16 book club questions for Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng
Everything I Never Told You is one of the reasons why I love gender fiction and literary fiction. My obsession with this kind of book started with this heartbreaking and intriguing novel. A novel that we have read once and listened to once. The author is amazing and her novels have become a must-read for…
22 book club questions for The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
The Handmaid’s Tale has been on our TBR for quite some time. However, due to the political events that happened in the States, we decided it was time to review and create a discussion guide about the acclaimed novel that, sadly, has become more of a reality than a fictional work. This title was part…
14 book club questions for The Giver by Lois Lowry
People sometimes are too quick to judge a book by little details. Sometimes, they are ready to burn a book without analyzing the value of every single event, word, and allusion the book holds for our entertainment. One of those books is The Give by Lois Lowry. The power of the book and how a…
Less – Andrew Sean Greer – “Boredom is the only real tragedy for a writer; everything else is material.”
In the expectation of emotional trauma that only a good book can achieve, finishing Less by Andrew left us still expecting a grand adventure and a mind-blowing ending. – Inkish Kingdoms
6 Must-Read Short Story Collections and Anthologies!
Have you ever sat down and read a short story? They are so powerful, and you know why? Because they are short, so the authors make the best out of the few pages, they have to tell the most amazing stories ever! Their endings are open, hopeful, or even hopeless. The stories happen fast, so…
Little Fires Everywhere – Celeste Ng – “Everyone sees race, Lex. The only difference is who pretends not to.”
“Ng’s novels have many purposes from entertaining and intriguing to strong education and complex conversation.” – Inkish Kingdoms