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Really interesting top ten this week. I've decided to pick books that I think would cause debates and are pretty thought provoking. The whole point of a book club would be to create conversation after all.
1. How I Live Now By Meg Rosoff
This definitely isn't my favourite book in the world, but it sure was one that had me thinking long after. I would quite like to discuss this one myself
2. Delirium By Lauren Oliver
Another dystopian set book that is just incredible. I would love to hear how people would feel about a world without love.
3. Ash By Malinda Lo
A retelling of Cinderella with a unique twist that's quite beautiful really
4. The Body Finder By Kimberley Derting
This is fantastic, but also has an aspect to it that I found very creepy. Would love to see how others would react to that
5. Matched By Ally Condie
I know people that love this book (I love it) and I know people that really didn't like it at all. Would be interesting to get a groups opinion
6. The Hunger Games trilogy By Suzanne Collins
I can predict I will be mentioning this every week to be honest. Its such an epic tale that can captivate pretty much any ones minds - a must for a book club
7. Clockwork Angel By Cassandra Clare
This is a must for joining in on the steampunk / clockwork punk genre
8. The Taker By Alma Katsu
Definitely not one for a YA bookclub, but bookclub worthy for sure
9. Numbers By Rachel Ward
This was a real eye opener of a UK set book. Was on my mind for quite some time
10. Wither By Lauren DeStefano
I love that this tackled some different subjects, like polygamy.