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 December 1, we'll be reading Jenny Slate's debut book, 'Little Weirds.'
Fictional tales, memoirs, and, of course, some oldies-but-goodies.
With the highly anticipated sequel to Children of Blood and Bone, the 26-year-old proves she's just getting started.
We stan the Pack Horse Librarians of Kentucky.
Her debut book explores the oddities—and magic—of everyday life.
Can we make #MarieKondo2020 a thing?
"A historical fiction author has to carry a heavy weight...and Sepetys absolutely delivers."
The historical novel is Marie Claire's November book club pick.
A utopian surrogacy retreat, a '70s rock band you wish was real, and so much more.
...And it's not even my birthday!!
TFW you accidentally spend more money on books than a new coat...
"I’m pretty sure this is the first time where not a single story has been boring or weird or meh."
Read an exclusive excerpt from the mother-daughter duo's new tome, 'The Book of Gutsy Women.'
The 43-year-old author talks perspective, identity, and required reading.
The novel is Marie Claire's October book club pick.
Curl up and crack one open.
"This definitely isn’t a light and easy read, but it’s an important one."
The short story collection is #ReadWithMC's September pick.
It might be a slim read, but Red At The Bone packs a punch.
“Beauty was not simply something to behold; it was something one could do.”
"What I didn’t expect were the serious plot lines and themes that made this into more than just a fluffy summer read."
The book, out now, is #ReadWithMC's August pick.
Our editors are obsessed with 'We Came Here to Forget,' a novel about a family confronting one daughter's Munchausen by proxy diagnosis.
"If this kind of surrogate facility already existed in New York, I wouldn’t be surprised."