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Popular 2018 Book Club Books
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Popular 2017 2018 Book Club Books
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If you've ever been in a book club and been tasked with picking the next month's book, then you already know: It's a high stress, big stakes responsibility. You want to select a book that not only inspires conversation and debate and critical thinking, but satisfies a wide variety of literary opinions.
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The results of the 10th annual Goodreads Choice Awards are here, and the people have spoken. Readers cast over 5 million votes—up from almost 4 million votes cast in the Goodreads Choice Awards. Winning is a special honor for authors because these are the only major book awards decided by readers. This year there were 21 categories ranging from historical fiction to humor, science fiction to fantasy, and everything in between. Best of the Best gave voters the chance to pick one standout favorite from all previous winners.
We highly recommend reading this one by the beach or pool—with a cocktail in hand. At the heart of this thriller is a husband and wife who are bored in their year marriage. Instead of sending each other flirty text messages, role playing, or planning a dream vacation together, Millicent and her husband engage in murder to keep their marriage alive and kicking. Book lovers will absolutely relate to the central character in Abbi Waxman's third novel. Nina Hill is an only child who works in a bookstore. Upon discovering the father she never knew has died, leaving behind new family members for Nina to get to know, all of a sudden her very structured life is turned upside down.