Any book lover who has ever had to move into a new home knows the struggle of packing up bookshelves, and the BookClubbish office is no different. We’re clearing out our shelves as we get ready to move to a fancy new location next month, and we want to send one of our book boxes to you!… Read More »
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Sagittarius (November 23–December 21) Happy birthday, Sagittarius! You are extroverted, curious, dynamic and a born traveler. A natural optimist, Sagittariuses are friendly and fun-loving. Book of the Month The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick Sagittarius’s natural-born wanderlust will draw them to this story that takes readers from London to Paris and… Read More »
Tags: Antonio Iturbe, Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, Every Last Lie, Gabrielle Zevin, Gail Honeyman, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, John Green, Kazuo Ishiguro, Keep You Safe, Mary Kubica, Maya Angelou, Melissa Hill, Mrs. Fletcher, Never Let Me Go, Phaedra Patrick, Philippa Gregory, The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper, The Last Tudor, The Librarian of Auschwitz, The Silent Fountain, Tom Perrotta, Turtles All the Way Down, Victoria Fox, Young Jane Young
From H.P. Lovecraft to Stephen King, horror novelists have always found a way to tap into our deepest fears and craft them into compelling, frightening, addictive reflections—and we readers can’t get enough. If October is the season for spooky, it’s also a great time to discover newer horror classics. Yes, there are still monsters under… Read More »
Tags: Andrew Pyper, Coraline, cormac mccarthy, Heart-Shaped Box, Joe Hill, Lost Girls, Mary Kubica, Max Brooks, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Neil Gaiman, Ransom Riggs, The Good Girl, the road, World War Z