Want To Join A Book Club?

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I have always wanted to join a book club, and now I have finally decided to make one of my own! I have a lot of novels on my TBR list, and I believe this will really help me! If any of you guys have been dying to shorten your TBR pile, I would really love it if you joined me! If you would like to join my book club, please comment down below and maybe add a book suggestion so I can decide what to read first! So far, here are the novels I thought we could read:

1.) The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein

2.) Eragon by Christopher Paolini

3.) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

4.) An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

5.) Maze Runner by James Dashner

6.) The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

7.) Cinder by Marissa Meyer

8.) Any Jodi Picoult, Stephen King, or Nicholas Sparks novel

9.) Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

10.) Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

11.) All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

12.) The Princess Bride by William Goldman

13.) Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver

14.) Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

15.) Conversion by Katherine Howe

16.) The Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Mass

17.) Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi

18.) Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Page

If any of you have other suggestions, please let me know! I would love it if you joined me, because I know that BookTube has book clubs and have decided that it was unfair if they had all the fun. If you want to join the book club, please comment down below! Thank you for reading!


40 thoughts on “Want To Join A Book Club?

  1. C.H. Armstrong says:

    You’ve got a lot of really great titles on that list. If you’ve never read Pride and Prejudice, I’d strongly recommend you put that at the top of your list. I resisted for a really long time because it was written in the 19th century and thought it would be boring or the language would be tough. It was WONDERFUL. Oh my goodness! I can’t believe I waited so long to read it!!! So, if you’ve not read it, add it to the top of your list.

    If you’ve not read To Kill a Mockingbird, I would DEFINITELY put that at the top of your list, too.

    Outlander is a commitment. It’s such a huge book, but it’s so worth it. But, a word of caution: make sure you have the rest of the series queued up or you’ll be sorry! 😉

    Great blog! Good luck on your book club!


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    • Ella Iparis says:

      You don’t have to be a regular! I am making a Facebook group for the book club, so if you give me your Facebook name I would love to add you to it! I will be posting the specifics of the club on my blog in a week or two. By the way, do you have any book suggestions?

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      • somethingaboutlynlyn says:

        I’ll check out your blog for the specifics then 🙂

        Right now I am reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, and the next book on the list will probably be Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl.

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  2. Bhramori says:

    I’d love to join, but I’m not sure I can manage to be quite regular. 😦 Does that make me eligible?
    And I’m just being curious here, but does this list have all first-reads or are there some rereads listed here as well?

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  3. hashtaglovebooks says:

    I would love to join but I may not have time to read all the books on the list due to other commitments but I’ll definitely try my best to read some of the books on the list! Is that okay?
    I’ll endorse this book club on one of my upcoming blog posts for sure!

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    • Ella Iparis says:

      Oh, these are just suggestions! I am open to reading anything, so if you have any book suggestions you can let me know! Also, I have made a Facebook group for this book club, so if you give me your Facebook name I would love to add you!


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