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★ Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough
Judge Cristina Arreola (Bustle Books Editor): “This novel isn’t just a who-dun-it. This novel is a what-the-f*ck-even-got-dun.”
★ The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker
Judge: Cynthia Sweeney (Author of The Nest): “It is about something I love without reservation – women who aren’t afraid to want.”
★ Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson
Judge: Maris Kreizman: “Isn’t it better to try for an idealized version of the world, than not to have tried at all?”
★ The Possessions by Sara Flannery Murphy
Judge Liberty Hardy: “The Possessions channels many forms: it’s a mystery, a romance, a ghost story, and an erotically-charged thriller.”
★ Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
Judge Alexander Chee: “A novel with its own legend, a big novel to lose yourself in or to find yourself anew—a saga of Koreans living in Japan, rejected by the country they call home.”
Special February Book of the Month Add-On
Lolly Willowes by Sylvia Townsend Warner
In April of 1926, a fledgling Book of the Month Club announced its first ever selection, Lolly Willowes. Written by debut author Sylvia Townsend Warner, the novel tells the story of an unmarried woman who refuses to live the life that her family and society expects her to live. A bold and beguiling story about personal freedom, uneasy friendships, and witchcraft, Lolly Willowes was selected despite the fact that its author was completely unknown at the time.
Which of the 6 is your favorite?