Henpicked’s book of the month for February 2017
Well we loved Crow Lake by Mary Lawson, and we would highly recommend the book. Please check out the reviews.
A huge thank you to our book champions and to the Henpicked community for their comments and reviews. If you have any further thoughts please drop them into Disqus at the bottom of the article.
We’re really excited to announce that A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler is our book of the month for February, another author recommended by one of our Henpicked Book Club regulars, Imogen Jamieson, and it’s highly rated:
The Sunday Times best seller
Shortlisted for the Man Booker prize
Shortlisted for the Baileys Women’s Fiction prize
A Richard and Judy Book Club pick
We’re looking for 10 book champions so if you would like to volunteer, please let us know. We give each of our champions a FREE copy of the book of the month in return for hearing what they think of it.
Just like last month, we’ll let our book club subscribers have some key points about the book to think about throughout the month and in the meantime, please do get reading!
Feel free to jump into the discussion about the book at any time during the month using Disqus which is ready and waiting for you and shows up at the bottom of this page – it’s free to sign up and once you are logged in, you can comment on any of the articles on the Henpicked website.
Other book suggestions
Thank you to everyone who made suggestions for our book of the month. We had a good selection of books and these included: Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín Cartes Postales From Greece by Victoria Hislop, Something by or Lionel Shriver, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, Just One Damned Thing After Another by Jodi Taylor, While My Eyes Were Closed by Linda Green, The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell.
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We welcome you all and remember there is no right or wrong with reading – everyone’s opinion counts.