Book-club questions about Donna Tartt's award-winning 2013 novel "The Goldfinch" are available at websites such as Pamela Says (CreatingThePerfectExperience.com) and LitLovers.com, which specialize in publishing book-clu... More »

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Structure questions for book club meetings to spark discussion. Questions that are open-ended encourage people to continue discussing the book, while questions that are answerable with a yes or no cut off the discussion. More »

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Book-Club-Queen.com and LitLovers.com have examples of book club review questions. Both websites feature general questions that can be used with any book. Book-Club-Queen.com also provides recommendations for leading a s... More »

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Some book club suggestions include Donna Tartt's "The Goldfinch," Toni Morrison's "Beloved" and Eleanor Catton's "The Luminaries." These complex, award-winning novels make great choices for stimulating book club discussi... More »

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"The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt tells the story of Theodore Decker whose mother dies in a terrorist attack on the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Theodore's mother is explaining to him how much she loves the Carel... More »

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Book-Club-Queen.com and LitLovers.com have examples of book club review questions. Both websites feature general questions that can be used with any book. Book-Club-Queen.com also provides recommendations for leading a s... More »

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As of May 2015, the newest book by Harlan Coben is "The Stranger," a stand-alone novel. The most recent novel in Coben's Mickey Bolitar series is "Found," published in 2014, and the most recent novel in Coben's Myron Bol... More »

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