The /r/books Book Club Selection for June is "Shuggie Bain" by Douglas Stuart
Weekly FAQ Thread June 20 2021: What is your favorite quote from a book?
First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers - Loung Ung
I'm sick and tired of buying "Like New" books from Thriftbooks and getting a totally destroyed book
Anyone read Huckleberry Finn as a teen not for its historical context, but for entertainment alone?
How do you guys read the songs written in books?
Just a helpful suggestion for anyone who uses Libby to check out books...
"Choose Your Own Adventure" books as a serious literary device
Just read Persuasion by Jane Austen for the first time..
I had an absolute blast reading The Martian
Read the Brave New World and Feeling like the Brave New Me :)
Dune reignited my love for reading
Jules Verne - Around the World in 80 Days & Journey to the centre of the Earth.
East of Eden was a terrific book that made me want to read more of Steinbeck
I didn’t read as a kid. Rant/life story, sorry
Moby Dick appreciation post 🐋 ❤️
How do you keep up to date with new book releases?
Asimov's Guide to the Bible - A secular look at the Holy Book.
Found out recently that one of my favorite movie directors started out as a novelist.
Have I just become jaded, or am I experiencing the wrong stories the wrong way?
Reading is a gift
How to retain what you read from books (non-fiction)
Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir
Back to Stephen King - Just Read Salem's Lot
Wheel of Time appreciation (please no spoilers)
I'm a beginner to reading novels but I have a problem
I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai with Patricia McCormick
What genre of books do I like?
Has your perception of a favorite childhood book changed when you finally read the UNABRIDGED version as an adult?
Audible is it worth it?
Gardens of the Moon - Question
Rant: Stephen King's Dark Tower series is frustratingly slow
Have you ever hated the sequel of a book you loved?
I just finished the Red Rising Trilogy [spoilers]
I re-read "The Call of the Wild" for the first time since the 7th grade. Jack London basically wrote a bildungsroman for a dog and boy did it work! Quite the moving experience, at times even spiritual. (Spoilers)
My reading of "The Three-Body Problem" by Cixin Liu
No one is Watching
Failing to Grasp Science in Sci-fi
Think like a monk
Anyone get really sad when returning books?
The Martian
Atomic Habbits
Trent Dalton - All Our Shimmering Skies
"Exact Revenge" by Tim Green, a modern-day rewrite of "The Count of Monte Cristo"
I reread a book I hated in high school, and fell in love with it.
Dante's inferno
Can we talk about Kindred?
The Name of The Rose - I just don't understand it, and I think I hate it
I just read Six of Crows, and it was a pretty big disappointment
Why is Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine labeled as a romance fiction novel?
How are children educated in 1984 by George Orwell?
The Success Code