Lots of avid readers take part in book clubs, myself included—in fact, I moderate two different book clubs every month.
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I spend a lot of time carefully choosing sci-fi, fantasy, and graphic novels that club members will have a great time discussing, but not every book club chooses that way. Set on a planet populated with ambisexual humans, The Left Hand of Darkness explores themes of gender and balance.
Another excellent suggestion for more reluctant book clubs is the novel that founded the science fiction genre as we know it. Frankenstein ; or, The Modern Prometheus explores themes of isolation, prejudice, and a hubristic desire to play god, which are pretty evergreen as themes go. A landmark of Romantic and Gothic fiction, Frankenstein is a solid sci-fi classic, even two hundred years later.
This post-apocalyptic journey explores the survival of human culture in the aftermath of a devastating disease by following a traveling troupe of actors in the Great Lakes region. Emily St.
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