Does anyone know any good books for a book club?

for people around the age of 23, and for men and women both? I need some ideas!!! We're pretty open to anything.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    This is a list of mystery writers from my website. At the link below you can find titles for each person on this list AND at that site if you click on an author's name you will be taken either to the author's official website or another appropriate page for that author.

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Margery Allingham, Linwood Barclay, M. C. Beaton, Steve Berry, Sandra Brown, Gwendoline Butler, Stella Cameron, Raymond Chandler, Lee Child, Mary Higgins Clark, Michael Connelly, Patricia Cornwall, Catherine Coulter, Robert Crais, Paul Doherty, Barry Eisler, Janet Evanovich, Joanne Fluke, Dick Francis, Margaret Frazer, Lisa Gardner, Anne George, Elizabeth George, Tess Gerritsen, Sue Grafton, Andrew Greeley, John Grisham, Dashiell Hammett, John Hart, Maddy Hunter, P. D. James, Faye Kellerman, Dean Koontz, Gordon Korman, Patricia Lewin, Ross MacDonald, Sharyn McCrumb, Ngaio Marsh, Mary E. Martin, Brad Meltzer, Stuart Palmer, Robert B. Parker, James Patterson, Richard North Patterson, Ridley Pearson, Ellis Peters, Ian Rankin, J. D. Robb, Dorothy L. Sayers, Daniel Silva, Karin Slaughter, Alexander McCall Smith, Marilyn Todd, Peter Tremayne, Margaret Truman, Patricia Wentworth, and Steven White.

    Also consider books by Mitch Albom: The Five People You Meet in Heaven, For One More Day, and Tuesdays with Morrie

  • 1 decade ago

    a) Don't read Twilight.

    b) Harry Potter is a suggestion that should be taken seriously. Seriously.

    c) Life of Pi is phenomenal, by Yann Martel. So is Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's (infinitely better than the movie!). The Secret Life of Bees, by Sue Monk Kidd. And if you're looking for classics (and the men aren't too manly) Mansfield Park. SO much better than any other Jane Austen book. Or perhaps Water for Elephants. Excellent book. The Road, by Cormac McCarthy is also very good. It is full of juicy talking points. Actually, I would say The Road is my #1 suggestion.

    Hope that helps!

  • 1 decade ago

    The Sword of Truth Series by Terry Goodkind is a great series that tells a in depth story involving both sides of magic. The first book in the series, called Wizard's First Rule really captured my imagination and made me want to read more and Im usually a historical romance reader.Also any books by Anne MCaffery or Piers Anthony would also be great ideas for a book club for adults in their early 20's.

  • 1 decade ago

    Honestly, you could try the Harry Potter series. It is a very interesting set of books and a quantity of points and arguments can be brought up not only on the content, but also what you feel on the author, J.K. Rowling philosophy she seemed to put in her books. It has already made a open discussion on many topics on the internet, real life across the world by many people of various races.

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  • 1 decade ago

    try the book Wicked by Gregory Maguire. The play is based on it, but the book is alot more political & serious. amazing story & very good for discussing the ideas involved. one of the best books ive ever read!!!

    Source(s): experience
  • 1 decade ago

    These are more girly but I just finished reading The Memory Keeper's Daughter & Sundays at Tiffany's. Both are very good in my opinion but you will probably have more to discuss with the first one.

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    1 decade ago

    I'd definitely recommend these :

    'The Time-Traveler's Wife' by Audrey Niffenegger.

    'The Kite Runner' by Khaled Hosseini.

    'Three Cups of Tea' by Greg Mortenson.

    'The Last Lecture' by Randy Pausch.

    'Memoirs of a Geisha' by Arthur Golden.

    'Spot of Bother' by Mark Haddon.

    'Anansi Boys' and 'Neverwhere' by Neil Gaiman.

    'Kindness of Strangers' by Katrina Kittle.

    'Next Thing on My List' by Jill Smolinski.

    Some of them may seem a little chick-lit like,

    but they are still really good novels :)

    I'd recommend all of them! I hope this helps,

    and good luck on your bookclub.

  • 1 decade ago

    twilight series

    Percy Jackson and the Olympains seriesis a wanderful book series

    Girl who owned the city

    face on the milk carton

    double identity

    ravens Gate

    evil star

    night rise

    seventh tower series

    drums girls and dangerous pie is awesome its sad, funny, and perfect

    the giver book series

    this should start u off, ive read all these and they are wanderful

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