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But what happens when that discussion starts to drag? Whether you are a book club newbie or your book club has been meeting for years, it can always be helpful to have a stock list of book club questions on hand to liven up the dialogue.
Here is a list of 16 questions you can use when your book club conversations have lost their spark:. Do you have any favorite questions to ask when discussing books in a book club? Let us know in the comments below! We are giving away 10 ereaders to 10 lucky people! Here is a list of 16 questions you can use when your book club conversations have lost their spark: What was your initial reaction to the book? Did it draw you in right away, or did you have to work to get through the first few chapters?
Why do you think that is? Did your opinion of the book change as you read it?
Which character do you relate to the most, and why? Did your opinion of the characters change throughout the story?
What were some of the strengths and weaknesses of the protagonists and antagonists? What was your favorite quote or passage from the book? Why was it meaningful to you?
What gaps do you wish the author had filled in? How did you feel about the ending? Was it believable? If too short, what would you add? What is one question you would like to ask the author? How does it relate to the story? If this book were to be turned into a movie, who would you like to see play the main characters?
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Book Club Questions to Keep the Conversation Going when It Starts to Drag