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Shutterstock Updated: Readlng. The first two things are easy to accomplish — just read anything by Gillian Flynn and have a good variety of cheese available — but getting a good dialogue going may be harder than you think, which is why you need a list of general book club questions that will work for any discussion. When the conversation grojp to lull, these questions can bring it back to life. Book clubs are often seen as simple gtoup get together, a challenging way to books, or an excuse to drink wine on a weeknight as if you needed one, right? Sure, book clubs are a great way to meet new friends, get together with old ones, and up your monthly reading quota, but they're also a place where book-lovers can come together and discuss, dissect, and disagree over every little detail of a book.

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From here, you can either dive into a deeper discussion of character flaws or move on to plot holes, depending on where your group lands. Some people will like the ending and be satisfied by the way things wrapped up, but inevitably, someone will pipe Mfetup and share their displeasure.

They're a space meant for lively arguments over plot twists, character flaws, and alternative endings. Did it hook you immediately, or take some time to get into?

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Shutterstock Before diving into the heavier plot points or contesting the ending, begin with a book club question that asks about everyone's first impression of the book. How did your opinion of them change? For the next time you get your bookish gang together, here are 13 general book club questions that will work for any book.

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They're like your high school English class, only this time, you read and actually liked the book you're talking about, which makes the whole thing much more fun. Shutterstock Use the "If This article was originally published on Reqding 22, Asking each member in your club to read their favorite part out loud will not only give you a chance to hear the story again, but Readnig also gives you an opportunity to learn more about the members of your book club, and perhaps interpret a scene from the book in a whole new way.

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Did you feel like you got the 'true' story? By discussing possible casting choices for a movie adaption, you can learn how others saw the characters in their minds versus how you created them in your own.

Ib been working through Kissinger's problem sets from when he taught a class based on the book. Is it a narrator who you can trust and rely on, or do they have ulterior motives in the way they tell it? While the concept of open book discussion at your book club is easy to grasp, it is a little harder to practice. Shutterstock A simple opinion-based question, asking how people feel about the ending is a great way to start healthy debates within your book club.