1. Any of Philippa Gregory's books- I think her books inspire people to read and enjoy historical fiction; plus, her books are deliciously scandalous. It would lend itself to much discussion.
2. If I Stay by Gayle Forman- This book is so powerful and moving; how could you not discuss it?
3. Very Valentine by Adriana Trigiani- I love her books. They are light, fun, and entertaining AND they would go great with wine. ;)
4. Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman- This book should not be missed and would be perfect for any book club.
5. Angels and Demons by Dan Brown- It's smart and an edge of your seat kind of read.
6. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins- This would a great book to convince adults to read YA. You could have a Parisian themed night!
7. Any dystopian YA book out there, such as Divergent, Hunger Games, Life As We Knew It, etc. There are so many good ones and they lend to such great discussion. People usually feel strongly about dystopian books.
8. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak- The discussion questions are endless with such a moving book.
9. Any book by Emily Giffin or Jennifer Weiner, especially if you are making a girls only book club.
10. Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly- It's such a captivating story with historical details; it would be great for any book club.
So, what do you guys think? Let me know!