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Join a Book Club with Book of the Month Club Today! It's a rainy day, and you're drinking a cup of hot chocolate, reading a good book. Does this sound like the perfect way to spend the day? If so, then you might want to consider joining a Book Club.

Book Clubs are a great way to easily keep up with the latest authors and award-winning novels. Yoiu don't have to drive to your local bookstore or do your own research; the best book clubs will present you with fantastic book options that automatically match your tastes and preferences.

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Book Club Reviews

5 stars
Book of the Month Club

BOOK OF THE MONTH Best-In-Class Blue Ribbon Award

Neat, organized, and transparent describe Book of the Month's book club. The site is refreshing in its straightforward sharing of information. With a long history of being a great member program, and several positive reviews from famous authors, subscribers will enjoy the fantasic good value found here.
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4.5 stars
Brilliant Books


Those new to book clubs will be very impressed with how easy it is to find information on Brilliant Books' website. Easy to navigate, the site lists services and prices clearly. Customers will enjoy exceptional customer service and personalized selections.
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4 stars
Owl Crate


Owl Crate offers a clean, creative, and fun product. Fans of Young Adult fiction will enjoy the boxes they receive each month filled with a new book and other specialty items, including a letter from the author.
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3.5 stars
The Bookish Box


Literary fun with a touch of vintage style describes The Bookish Box's website. New subscribers can choose from a wide range of subscriptions. If you have a friend who loves books or has a favorite author, a club subscription will make a great gift. Read More... Visit

3.5 stars
The Book Drop


A decent online store, The Book Drop offers several genres and subscription plans for book enthusiasts. They offer perks such as consistently dealing with the same person and a clear list of how their subscription works. You can find all the answers to your questions on their site or contact them via email. Read More... Visit

2.5 stars
Book Case Club


Once you decide what kind of membership you want, Book Case Club begins delivering one book a month based on whatever theme you have selected. Books ship out on the first of each month. If you haven't been keeping up with reading trends, this might be a good place to get back into the practice of reading but shoppers may be left with questions.
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2 stars
Doubleday Book Club


Doubleday offers a genre-specific experience for readers. A division of Bookspan, Doubleday is the book club for readers who enjoy romance or mystery with strong female characters. If you know where to look, the site is easy to navigate. You can find answers to your questions after a long search: not the best option for those new to book clubs.
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However, not all Book Clubs are alike. Here are a few things to consider when choosing your Book Club:

  • Membership fees: How much will it cost you to participate?
  • Automatic renewal: Will your membership automatically charge to your credit card on a monthly or annual basis?
  • Skipping month options: If you know you're going to be out of town on vacation or just want to take a break, will the book club allow you to do so?
  • Return policies: Can you return a book that doesn't meet your expectations?
  • Cancellation policies: Do you have to give notice within a certain timeframe if you plan on canceling your book club subscription? Can you cancel for any reason, at any time?
  • Consumer reviews: Does the book club you're considering have a good reputation? Are deliveries on-time and in good condition?
  • Shipping dates: Does the schedule offered by the club meet your needs?
  • Discounts and other benefits: What perks does the book club offer in terms of discounts, rewards, and referral credits?

To help you with your book club selection, has reviewed and ranked the best Book Clubs available today. We hope this information will help all book lovers and reading enthusiasts alike choose their next book club!

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Campus Group Starts Book Clubs for Inmates to Reduce Recidivism Rates

UC San Diego students are taking to prisons in efforts to reduce San Diego county's recidivism rates. In sponsoring book clubs for inmates housed at the Donovan Correctional Facility, student volunteers are creating an educational pipeline meant to help ...

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N.H. school's teacher-led book clubs aim to boost summer reading

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Author brings three clubs together

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In defense of those who avoid book clubs

A bibliophile mom wants you to know you're not alone if you prefer to stay home. As a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, a graduate of a Great Books college, a sometimes writer, and a big reader, you'd think I'd be on the waiting list of every book club ...

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