Hello lovelies! This week's top ten Tuesday is the Top Ten Books I'd Want My Book Club to Read.
I actually started my own book club a couple years ago, but it sort of dissolved, and then I moved. So now the only book club I'm in is the Forever Young Adult book club which I adore. The nationwide group means that the books for the book club are chosen out of any of our control. However, there are a few books which I think would make good choices (mostly because I want to read them, hahaha).
Station Eleven: I've heard such good things about this book! It's an adult book, so it'd definitely never be picked for the Forever Young Adult book club, but from what I've heard it sounds like an excellent book for a book club.
Let's Get Lost: I've heard mixed reviews of this one, which I think makes it good for a book club discussion.
A Little Something Different: I've heard mixed reviews about this one, but two of my friends have loved it so far, and I know for a fact that at least one person in my book club would hate it, so it kind of makes me want us to read it.
Anatomy of a Misfit: I mean I've seen it compared to Heathers and Mean Girls, so it seems like a great one for a book club composed entirely of female readers in their mid-20s and up.
Snow Like Ashes: I think this is going to be one of the next big YA series, so it seems obvious that a YA book club should read it.
The Distance Between Lost and Found: This doesn't come out until next month, but it sounds like an excellent mystery. And my book club hasn't read many mystery novels yet, so I'd love for it to be on our list!
Playlist for the Dead: I mean, this sounds like a tough read but I think having a space to talk about these kinds of books is really important. So it'd be cool to read it in a book club.
Liar: I just read this one, and I found it so interesting! I think it would make an excellent book club read because there are a variety of ways to interpret it.
The Knife of Never Letting Go: I'm obsessed with this book. I've been trying to push it since I read it a year ago. And frankly, what better way to push a book than having an entire book club read it?
I'll Give You the Sun: This is another obsession of mine which I've been telling everyone to read. And I'm psyched because my book club actually is going to read this book! (In like August or September boooooo.).
What about you lovelies? What books would you have read?