Book club questions

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I have written various fictional stories but I didn’t include any book club questions in my books. Some authors do that and I think it is a nice tool for the readers especially if they belong to a book club. In this post, I want to include some of the book club questions that are relevant to my books and could also be useful for others. Hopefully this can be a guide for people who want to form a book club of their own.

Since I write fictional stories about NRI (Non Resident Indians), a book club that is interested in reading such books would find these questions useful.

  1. Did you enjoy reading this book? Which elements did you enjoy the most?
  2. Did the book maintain your interest throughout? If not, where did you lose interest?
  3. How genuine were the main characters of this book? Did you relate to any particular character in the story?
  4. What did you feel about the main character’s background?
  5. Would you have preferred for a particular character to behave in a different way?
  6. Did the setting of the book appeal to you? What did you like about it?
  7. Did the story transport you to a certain place? If so, which parts gave you that feeling?
  8. Did the story at any particular point of time make you think about relationships? If so, why?
  9. Which aspects of NRIs could you relate to?
  10. Did you like the ending of the story? Would you have preferred a different ending?


Aditi Chopra is an author of NRI fiction and non-fiction books.
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