Reading Group Guides
Warning: If you haven’t read the novel yet, save these questions until you have finished it because they contain spoilers. Following are topics designed to provide a stimulating discussion: 1) What did you enjoy most about The Darkness of Evil? 2) Was the plot...
Welcome to the Reading Group Guide for Spectrum. If you haven't read the novel yet, save these questions until you have finished it because they contain spoilers. Following are topics designed to provide a stimulating discussion. 1. The information regarding Vail’s...
Welcome to the Reading Group Guide for No Way Out. If you haven't read the novel yet, save this list until you have finished it, because there's spoiler information contained in the questions. The information presented regarding Amelia Bassano Lanier is true, even...
Welcome to the Reading Group Guide for Hard Target. If you haven’t read Hard Target, save this guide until you have. There’s spoiler information included in the questions. Click “Read more” to get the questions for your book group.
Have you finished reading Inmate 1577? If you have, and you’re part of a book group, click “Read more” and stimulate your discussion. (Remember–these questions contain spoilers, so if you have not read Inmate 1577 yet, don’t read this guide.)
So…you’ve finished the third Karen Vail novel. Lots to talk about in this one! Click the “Read more” tab to access the list of questions you can use with your book group. Don’t have a book group? Start one! They’re great fun.
Congrats on finishing Crush! This guide contains 15 questions designed to stimulate discussion with your reading group. Click “Read more” to access the guide.
This is the reading group guide for Karen Vail’s first novel. Click “Read more” to get all the questions, which are designed to spark a spirited discussion with your group. Remember–these questions contain spoilers, so don’t read the guide unless you’ve read the novel.
I hope you enjoyed the twisting ride of The Hunted! I’ve crafted a number of discussion points designed to stimulate a healthy dialogue with your book group. Click “Read more” to get the questions (if you haven’t read the novel, come back to this page after you’ve done so).
So, you’ve been shocked by the startling revelations at the end of False Accusations. I’ve crafted several discussion topics to share with your book group–but if you have not yet finished the novel, don’t read these questions until you’ve done so. They may contain spoilers. If you’re ready to proceed, click “Read more.”