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Book Club | February 2019 - Under 200 Pages

For our 2019 BB Book Club we've put together a printable list of twelve different prompts. On the 1st day of each month, we'll be introducing you to the month's prompt and the books team members each plan to read, along with some other suggested reads we think you'll love. Of course, these are just ideas so please feel free to interpret the prompts however you wish!

We're also inviting you to share photos and mini reviews of your book club picks on social media throughout the month using #bookshelfbookclub and tag @bloggersbookshelf on Instagram.

Our prompt for February is... Under 200 Pages

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What we'll be reading...

This month we have three team members sharing their very different picks for our February prompt!

Erin's Pick: Starers by Nathan Robinson

"There were so many options on my list for this month's prompt but in the end I've decided to go for one that's been sitting on my Kindle for far too long. The premise of Starers, which features hypnotised strangers appearing outside a family home, sounds pretty Black Mirror-esque."

Anjali's Pick: Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli

"At only 186 pages, Stargirl is a short story about nonconformity. I'm looking forward to reading this one before the movie comes out later this year."

One of our team members has even picked a short book full of short stories too!

Ria's Pick: Friday Black by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah

"I love me a good short story collection! So when I stumbled upon this and saw 1. it comes highly recommended by Roxanne Gay 2. has a great Kendrick Lamar as its epigraph I knew I had to pick it up and make it my February book club read."

Other suggested reads...

- Genesis (Bernard Beckett)
- We Should All Be Feminists (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)
- The Great Gatsby (F Scott Fitzgerald)
- Resurrection Bay (Neal Shusterman)
- Broadcast (Liam Brown) - 2018 book club roundup
- We Have Always Lived In The Castle (Shirley Jackson)
- The Strange Library (Haruki Murakami) - review

Use the hashtag #bookshelfbookclub and tag @bloggersbookshelf on Instagram to share your photos and mini reviews with us throughout the month!

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