Escape into entertaining, unforgettable stories.
Welcome to the Reader’s Digest Book Club, your trusted friend for stories that will make you laugh, cry, think and feel. We know just how important reading is, and as bona fide bookworms, we’re sharing some of the most-anticipated books of the year with you, our fellow readers. Our monthly picks span genres—from mystery to romance to historical fiction and beyond—but the one thing they all have in common is a story that’s unputdownable.
Join the club and get ready to meet your new favorite author!
Join the Reader’s Digest Book Club
Reading one of the best books of the year is great. But talking about it with like-minded bookworms and getting the inside scoop from the author? That’s the stuff lit lovers’ dreams are made of. And it’s what you’ll get with Reader’s Digest’s online book club.
Head to our private Facebook group to sign up and get free access to:
- Discussion questions about the book
- Monthly live Q&A with the author
- Book-related posts from Reader’s Digest
- Chats with other book lovers
Stay tuned to find out what the Reader’s Digest Book Club will read first! We’ll announce the selection in February 2023. Want to be the first to find out? Join the online book club group for a sneak peek.
See Some of Our Favorite Books
Escape into new worlds or see our world in a new light with fiction of every genre. Lighten the mood with feel-good books that help you forget life’s stressors. Swoon over enemies-to-lovers romances. Or keep the lights on for spine-tingling stories that’ll have you looking over your shoulder. No matter how you’re feeling in the moment, there’s a novel to match your mood.
Gain a better understanding of the world we live in with nonfiction books that place you in the minds of fascinating people, teach you about important issues like race relations in America or provide an art break in a hectic world.
Fill your bookshelves with must-read stories from diverse writers, and you’ll be a more well-rounded person for it. They’ll challenge your perceptions and widen your perspective—and they’re compulsively readable to boot.
Books for Young Readers
Fostering a love of reading early in childhood is one of the best ways to turn your kids into lifelong book lovers. In fact, most adults can point to the children’s books that changed their lives. But so-called books for kids have a wider appeal—just ask all the grown-ups hooked on YA novels.
Audiobooks for All
We don’t care what anyone says: Listening to audiobooks counts as reading. And for a lot of people, it’s the best way to stay on top of an out-of-control reading list. So pick your next great read, turn up the car stereo and get ready to escape into a great story.
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