• The cover of the book The Water Dancer (Oprah's Book Club)

    The Water Dancer (Oprah's Book Club)

    The Water Dancer tells the story of a boy born into slavery. When his mother is sold away, her loss unlocks in him a mysterious power that saves his life. But can it help him escape? When Oprah, the ultimate book club doyenne, declares it “as beautiful as it is tragic,” you know it’s a must-read.

  • The cover of the book Where the Crawdads Sing Deluxe Edition

    Where the Crawdads Sing Deluxe Edition

    At once an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a murder mystery, Where the Crawdads Sing was one of the most talked-about books of 2019. This deluxe edition features a full color map and illustrations, gorgeous printed endpapers, an updated jacket, and an all-new letter from the author.

  • The cover of the book The Starless Sea

    The Starless Sea

    Fantasy fans and bibliophiles will love the long-awaited sophomore effort of Erin Morgenstern, author of The Night Circus. In this epic adventure, a graduate student finds a mysterious book that unlocks a secret underground world filled with lost cities, magic, and romance. It’s V. E. Schwab meets Mr. Penumbra.

  • The cover of the book A Single Thread

    A Single Thread

    After losing both her brother and her fiancé in the Great War, Violet Speedwell starts a new life in Winchester, home to one of England’s grand cathedrals. She’s drawn into a society of women who embroider kneelers for the Cathedral. But when forces threaten her independence and another war looms, Violet must fight to put down roots in a place where women aren’t expected to grow.

  • The cover of the book Quichotte


    Just as Cervantes wrote Don Quixote to satirize the culture of his time, Salman Rushdie takes his reader on a ride through Trump’s America, a country on the verge of moral and spiritual collapse. In Rushdie’s version, a mediocre writer of spy thrillers creates Quichotte, a salesman obsessed with television who falls in love with a TV star. Prepare for some epic metafictional book-club debates.

  • The cover of the book We Cast a Shadow

    We Cast a Shadow

    Speaking of books that were made for debate, this chilling tale of speculative fiction is a doozy. At Dr. Nzinga’s clinic, anyone can get their lips thinned and their nose narrowed. A complete demelanization will liberate patients from the confines of being born in a Black body. Like any father, the narrator wants the best for his biracial son. But how far will he go?

  • The cover of the book The Gifted School

    The Gifted School

    This smart, juicy, and compulsively readable novel is about a previously happy group of friends and parents that’s nearly destroyed by their own competitiveness when an exclusive school for gifted children opens in the community. Meg Wolitzer captures it perfectly: “like Big Little Lies with standardized testing.”

  • The cover of the book Family of Origin

    Family of Origin

    Is it possible to live in our broken world with both scientific pragmatism and hope? What does one generation owe another? How do we know which parts of the past—and ourselves—to jettison, and which to keep? This memorable entry in the emerging genre of climate fiction grapples with questions of nature and nurture, evolution and mating, intimacy and betrayal, progress and forgiveness.

  • The cover of the book The Bromance Book Club

    The Bromance Book Club

    When Nashville Legends second baseman Gavin Scott’s wife asks for a divorce, he finds help from an unlikely source: a secret romance book club made up of Nashville’s top alpha men. With the help of their current read, a steamy Regency titled Courting the Countess, the guys coach Gavin on saving his marriage.

  • The cover of the book Polite Society

    Polite Society

    In this modern reimagining of Jane Austen’s Emma, matchmaker Ania Khurana discovers that her good intentions are no match for the whims and intrigues of Delhi’s high society. Pairing razor-sharp observation and social comedy with moments of tenderness, this whirl through the dazzling mansions of India’s elite reveals that there’s no one route to perfect happiness.