Of course Barnes and Noble has a book club and it’s pretty spectacular! We’re breaking down the latest new book of the month and listing out all of their picks from the past year to keep you up-to-date!
You can never go wrong with a book club, but especially when it comes from the book store itself. There really are so many monthly clubs to choose from, especially from celebrities like:
We love all of the above, but what’s different about the Barnes and Noble list is that it’s really a brilliant combination of the above lists and their own choices that cater to readers of all genres. And if you want to discuss the book(s) you can join up with other readers each month in person at a Barnes and Noble and, most recently, virtually online on their Facebook Live page.
One of their choices that turned out to be one of our favorite books of all time was The Nickel Boys by Colton Whitehead. He was the author of one of our other favorites, The Underground Railroad. We highly recommend checking those out if you haven’t read them already.
Each month B&N comes out with their newest book recommendation and while you can always purchase them directly at B&N, we’ve actually found some better deals (usually) on Amazon. We’ll list out the most recent pick, along with the previous months recommendations and if they’re on sale (and so many are) the price will be reflected. Hope you enjoy your book and get a great deal all at the same time!
Barnes & Noble New Pick / March 2021
Better Luck Next Time: A Novel – A novel about divorce, marriage, and everything that comes in between (money, class, ambition, and opportunity), Better Luck Next Time is a hilarious yet poignant examination of the ways friendship can save us, love can destroy us, and the family we create can be stronger than the family we come from. Read more here!
The Complete List of 2021
Check out their picks for the entire year (so far), staring with the most current month and going backwards towards January.
The Complete List of 2020
If you haven’t read these yet, check out their picks earlier this year, staring with the most current month and going backwards towards January.