Book of the Month Selections July 2017
Book of the Month is a monthly book subscription box. Every month they release 5 new books which have been selected by their panel of Judges. Books are announced on the first of the month, and members have six days to decide which book they would like to receive. Monthly subscriptions include one book, but members can purchase up to two additional books each month for $9.99 per title.
Here are the July selections!
This month, Judge Liberty Hardy selected Final Girls by Riley Sager, which Stephen King calls “the first great thriller of 2017.” The other four selections are a debut novel about love, family, and memory; a true crime story of arson; a rags-to-riches tale set in modern India; and a novel of psychological suspense.
July Book Selections
❃ Final Girls by Riley Sager – Judge Liberty Hardy
❃ Goodbye, Vitamin by Rachel Khong – Judge Isaac Fitzgerald
❃ American Fire by Monica Hesse – Judge Elizabeth Kiefer
❃ The Windfall by Diksha Basu – Judge Rachel Syme
❃ The Child by Fiona Barton – Judge Cristina Arreola
We’ve also got two fantastic extras: Hunger, a deeply personal new memoir from acclaimed essayist (and former Book of the Month judge) Roxane Gay, and The Poisonwood Bible, Barbara Kingsolver’s moving epic. BOTM members can add these to their boxes for only $9.99 each.
Here is a guide to help you find your ideal fiction:
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Box Details: Monthly subscriptions include one book, but members can purchase up to two additional books each month for $9.99 per title.
Thoughts: Ooh, all the books look really good this month! Personally I would probably stay away from the horror but only because I’m a wimp when it comes to things like that! Goodbye Vitamin looks like the ideal summer read for me!
Question: Have you picked your Book of the Month? Make sure to do so by July 6th!
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