Rajorshi Chakraborti shares discussion points, ideas and questions for his new book Shakti in this book club guide. Special powers are gifted, but there is a Faustian price to pay in this epic novel, packed with laughter, darkness, pain, dreams, superpowers, love and light.
Read the story being discussed on Jesse Mulligan’s show on Radio New Zealand on 8 March 2018.
Here at the NZ office of Penguin Random House we are huge readers – it is definitely one of the perks of the job that we get access to so many books! Luckily across the team we have a wide range of interests so, for example, if we want to know what all the fuss is about with a big debut international crime novel, our crime fiction enthusiast Becky can read it and share her thoughts on whether it will work for NZ readers, our Naomi can spot the next big thing in young adult fiction, and so on… here we present you with a few of what we’ve truly loved over the summer.
Atlas of the Heart should be your next book club pick. A guide to mapping meaningful connection, this book is compelling, enlightening and ripe with discussion points.
A Sunday Times bestseller and BBC Between the Covers Book Club pick.
Get your book club talking with these discussion questions on R. H. Herron's book Hush Little Baby.
Find discussion questions to get you thinking about Owen Marshall's book Return to Harikoa Bay in this book club guide.
Laurence Fearnley shares notes and discussion questions on her new book Winter Time in this book club guide.
Everyone In My Family Has Killed Someone is a fiendishly clever mystery that will keep your book club guessing and introduces a family of characters brilliant for discussion.
An unputdownable Australian novel to read with your book club.
A standout book club novel. Unputdownable and thought-provoking.
James Norcliffe shares discussion points and questions for his new book The Frog Prince in this book club guide.
Much loved author Fiona McIntosh is back with an historical adventure to enjoy with your book club.