Amerie’s Book Club

The book: An Autobiography of Skin by Lakiesha Carr

Our reviewer says:With gorgeous prose and subtly spectral vibes, Carr’s striking debut delves into generational trauma with the stories of three Black women.” Read more.

Read with Jenna, the Jenna Bush Hager Book Club

The book: Black Candle Women by Diane Marie Brown

Our reviewer says: “Interspersed with flashbacks to 1950s New Orleans, this multiple POV narrative offers a holistic portrayal of voodoo practices, but doesn’t offer as well-rounded a portrait of its heroines, who come off oddly flat.” Read more.

Barnes & Noble Book Club

The book: The Daughters of Madurai by Rajasree Variyar

Our reviewer says: “Despite its flaws, the complex mother-daughter story will move readers.” Read more.

Belletrist Book Club and Readers Digest Book Club

The book: What Happened to Ruthy Ramirez by Claire Jiménez

Our reviewer says: “A Staten Island Puerto Rican family reckons with the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl in Jiménez’s brilliant debut.” Read more.

Books and Boba Book Club

The book: Front Desk by Kelly Yang

Our reviewer says: “Mia’s story is one of indefatigable hope and of triumph over injustice, and her voice is genuine and inspiring.” Read more.

Black Men Read

The book: Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

Our reviewer says:New Yorker staff writer Grann (The Lost City of Z) burnishes his reputation as a brilliant storyteller in this gripping true-crime narrative. . .” Read more.

BTS Book Club

The book: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

Our reviewer says: “Though Thomas’s story is heartbreakingly topical, its greatest strength is in its authentic depiction of a teenage girl, her loving family, and her attempts to reconcile what she knows to be true about their lives with the way those lives are depicted—and completely undervalued—by society at large.” Read more.

Good Housekeeping Book Club

The book: A Small Sacrifice for an Enormous Happiness by Jai Chakrabarti

Our reviewer says: “Finely wrought characters grapple with culture clash, marital strife, and the troubles of parenthood in Chakrabarti’s impressive collection.” Read more.

Good Morning America Book Club

The book: Pineapple Street by Jenny Jackson

Our reviewer says: “Jackson’s clever if tepid debut chronicles the struggles of three women born or married into an old-monied New York City family.” Read more.

Jewish Book Council (Fiction)

The book: My Mother's Secret: A Novel of the Jewish Autonomous Region by Alina Adams

Jewish Book Council (Nonfiction)

The book: Koshersoul: The Faith and Food Journey of an African American Jew by Michael W. Twitty

Our reviewer says: "Serving up a hefty helping of heart and wit, Twitty’s narrative is thrilling in its originality." Read more.

Marie Claire’s #ReadwithMC

The book: Now You See Us by Balli Kaur Jaswal

Our reviewer says: “Jaswal effectively balances the murder mystery plot and the dramas of the individual women; they each take agency over their own lives and find, if not truly happy endings, at least satisfying ones.” Read more.

Mocha Girls Read Book Club

The book: The Guest List by Lucy Foley

Our reviewer says: “The tension of the setup isn’t quite matched by the reveals, though the nicely creepy setting compensates somewhat.” Read more.

Noname Book Club

The book: The Temple of My Familiar by Alice Walker

Our reviewer says: “[T]hough it has its own strengths, the book never achieves the narrative power of The Color Purple.” Read more.


The book: I Have Some Questions for You by Rebecca Makkai

Our reviewer says: “Makkai returns after her Pulitzer-finalist The Great Believers with a clever and deeply thoughtful story involving a 1990s boarding school murder and its repercussions decades later.” Read more.

Oprah's Book Club

The book: Hello Beautiful by Ann Napolitano

Our reviewer says: "The author breathes great life into her characters, and brings insight into their quiet moments as they gradually come into their own." Read more.

Reese’s Book Club

The book: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Our reviewer says: “The bestselling author hits her stride in this page-turning tale about two sisters. . .” Read more.

Subtle Asian Book Club

The book: Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga

Our reviewer says: "Warga (My Heart and Other Black Holes) effectively shows, as she writes in an author’s note, that ‘children who are fleeing from a war zone... want the same things all of us do—love, understanding, safety, a chance at happiness.’" Read more.