My main goal on this blog is to help people diversify their reading, as well as promote authors from underrepresented groups. I think that I would be failing in that endeavor if I did not provide discussion topics and book club questions for my readers. I also do my best to provide some resources to enhance your reading and understanding of certain topics.
I hope that easing the pressure of coming up with your own discussion questions encourages you to bring some diversity into your book clubs. I’ll be regularly coming up with discussion questions for the books that are reviewed on this site so that you can bring them to your book clubs! Here are the books on Bookish Brews that have discussion questions included. Enjoy!
Book Reviews with Discussion Questions
The Echo Wife is a quick and creepy ride of a book. It balances current moral dilemmas with past trauma and protective ethics. This book uses a science fiction element to highlight real-life trauma and abuse to create one wonderful story.Read More Keep reading
Last Night at the Telegraph Club is an incredible and well-researched novel. I am so impressed with how well integrated the historical accuracies were written into this story. It felt so real and I learned so much about the time period. Hooray for more historical fiction with Asian characters! We existed then and we exist now.Read More Keep reading
Star Eater is all at once gruesome, horrifying, fun, and glamorous. Kerstin Hall bounces between such different tones, moods, and topics in such a unique and impressive way. It had me in awe the whole time. It was a little too scary for me, but Hall guided me into the growing scare level very well!Read More Keep reading
We Have Always Been Here was a fantastic atmospheric space horror that had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I absolutely loved the way Lena Nguyen built such a believable world, and threw in so much well explained science that it convinced me everything that happened is possible.Read More Keep reading