A Good Hard Look is a great choice for book clubs: dramatic, multi-layered, and historical. The novel is set in the South in the early 1960s, so feel free to kick back with southern food and perhaps a cold mint julep while you discuss the book!
Themes of the book you can use to start a discussion include:
- How to live life well
- The power of forgiveness – both for yourself and others
- Grief and mourning
- Relationships between mothers and daughters
- Grace and redemption
You can find the official Reading Group Guide (and an exclusive interview with Ann) at the Penguin site by clicking here.
Ann loves book clubs (and southern food, and mint juleps)! Just send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a phone call, skype talk or in-home visit.