Amerie’s Book Club and Good Morning America Book Club

The book: Age of Vice by Deepti Kapoor

Our reviewer says: "In Kapoor’s searing portrait of India at the turn of the 21st century (after Bad Character), finely wrought characters go to great lengths to escape the bonds into which they were born." Read more.

Barnes & Noble Book Club and Good Housekeeping Book Club

The book: The Bandit Queens by Parini Shroff

Our reviewer says: “In Shroff’s acerbic debut, a woman helps other women escape their abusive marriages in their small village in India, often through murder." Read more.

Belletrist Book Club

The book: All This Could Be Different by Sarah Thankam Mathews

Our reviewer says: “This thoughtful exploration of the legacies of trauma makes an impact." Read more.

Books and Boba Book Club

The book: Babel by R.F. Kuang

Our reviewer says: “Kuang underwhelms with a didactic, unsubtle take on dark academia and imperialism." Read more.

Jewish Book Council (Fiction)

The book: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin

Our reviewer says: “Zevin returns with an exhilarating epic of friendship, grief, and computer game development.... This is a one-of-a-kind achievement." Read more.

Jewish Book Council (Nonfiction)

The book: The Girl in the Mid­dle: Grow­ing Up Between Black and White, Rich and Poor by Anais Granofsky

Our reviewer says: “Granofsky reflects on her coming-of-age between “radically different” worlds in this heartfelt and candid debut.... [A] touching ode to hard-fought happiness." Read more.

Marie Claire’s #ReadwithMC

The book: The Vibrant Years by Sonali Dev

Our reviewer says: “This effervescent tale is sure to please the author’s fans and win her new ones." Read more.

Mocha Girls Read Book Club

The book: The Son of Mr. Suleman by Eric Jerome Dickey

Noname Book Club

The books: Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments by Saidiya Hartman and Care Free Black Girls by Zeba Blay

Our reviewer says:

Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: “This passionate, poetic retrieval of women from the footnotes of history is a superb literary achievement." Read more.

Care Free Black Girls: "An exuberant exploration of the ways Black women have defined pop culture.... This fervent work will feel like a balm for many." Read more.


The book: The Revolutionary Samuel Adams by Stacy Schiff

Our reviewer says: “Fast-paced and enlightening, this is a must-read for colonial history buffs." Read more.

Read with Jenna, the Jenna Bush Hager Book Club

The book: Sam by Allegra Goodman

Our reviewer says: “It’s impressive how much emotional power is packed into this relatively contained story." Read more.

Reese’s Book Club

The book: The House in the Pines by Ana Reyes

Our reviewer says: “Well-developed characters and a nice balance between the main narrative and the backstories draw the reader in, but the action builds to an implausible and disappointing ending." Read more.

Subtle Asian Book Club

The book: Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo

Our reviewer says: “Smoothly referencing cultural touchstones and places with historic Chinese American significance, Lo conjures 1950s San Francisco adeptly while transcending historicity through a sincere exploration of identity and love." Read more.