Book Companion, a site that has created character lists for over 500 books (adding new books daily), has published a list of all the people mentioned in The Mueller Report. This #1 New York Times bestseller is the report put together by Robert S. Mueller, in his role as special counsel, and his team who were investigating the Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election in the United States. It is one of most important investigations in U.S. history.
As with all the character lists created on the site, the characters (or in this case the individuals) are listed in the order that they appear in the book and include a description of each character. Book Companion’s character lists include all the characters that are mentioned in the book. The Mueller Report has 173 characters. There is also a related page which includes info on the author, a brief review of the book and links to places relevant to the story.
Book Companion was created to be a great resource for readers. The site’s character lists are perfect for readers who might want to be reminded of characters while reading a book, to remember characters from a book a reader has already read or even as a study guide. Character lists are sorted both alphabetically and by when they are introduced, chapter-by-chapter. And the lists are printable. Book Companion offers much more for book fans than character lists. Each posted book has a brief review that includes a story summary, the number of characters, the number of relevant links and the Amazon rating and genre. There is an author’s section that provides information on the author and has links to story related maps, locations, reviews, and more.
Book Companion is also a great resource for book clubs. Each book posted has a discussion question page designed specifically for book club members. The easy access to book lists and author lists (both listed alphabetically) as well as books sorted by genre make the site a treasure trove of information for book club members.
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