Here, you'll find MarieClaire.com's curated collection of honest, authentic books reviews and recommendations—including how to participate in our monthly interactive book club.
Starting July 1, we'll be reading Elizabeth Gilbert's buzzy new novel, 'City of Girls.'
"I don’t want the conversation about women’s bodies to begin and end with the question of consent."
The book is a summer breakout—and for good reason.
One #ReadWithMC reviewer finished it in two days.
Curl up and crack one open.
In her new book, Fight Like a Mother, Moms Demand Action Founder Shannon Watts sets the record straight.
Surrogacy facilities exist IRL, so what does the novel's "dystopian" I.D. say about our society?
A utopian surrogacy retreat, a '70s rock band you wish was real, and so much more.
"It was like having an all-access pass to hang backstage with the hottest rock band in the world."
The author's YA novel-turned-movie, starring Yara Shahidi, is #ReadWithMC's May book club pick.
"I felt a kinship with these characters because I've dealt with similar circumstances within my own family."
Make room on the nightstand.
Taylor Jenkins Reid discusses her new novel, which is #ReadWithMC's April book club pick.
Even better if you get your male friends to read them.
"I highly recommend for fans of Fiona Barton or readers that are just looking for a good, solid mystery."
Hunger is a lot more complex than we think.
During Black History Month, especially—but honestly, all year round.
Here's what #ReadWithMC thought about the hilarious romance novel.
The best-selling author draws inspiration from her own 30-year journalism career for the new mystery.
Consider them a form of self-care.