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6 Reese Witherspoon Book Club reads to your 2022 reading list

Lauren Cunningham

Reese Witherspoons book club must be one of our favorite celebrities of all time. But we did not expect anything less from lawyer Elle Woods.

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To choose one Order a month with a female lead, Reese invites us to share her literary loves and create a great community of both book lovers and beginners. And with over 2.2 million Instagram followers on @Reesesbookclub, it may be one of the biggest book clubs we’ve ever seen.

Complete with a website and app (available at Google Play and Apple), Reese’s Book Club also brings us exclusive author interviews, a great writing scholarship application portal and perhaps the best part … reading boxes complete with book of the month, wine, chocolates and many more goodies!


reese book club pick January 2022 honor where to buy

Honour by Thrity Umrigar, $ 19.98, Amazon

A “Strong Story of Family, Affection and Cultural Truths Through the Eyes of an Incredible Journalist” – Reese Witherspoon


So if reading more was one of your 2022 goals, then get started Reese’s just unveiled book club election in January 2022 – Honour by Thrity Umrigar – or keep scrolling to discover five of our favorite picks from last year that will also get you on the right track.

And who knows, maybe you turn the pages one book a month (or more) in no time. What, if it’s hard?

The island of missing trees, Elif Shafak

Anyone who was a fan of Delia Owen’s Where Crawdads sings must definitely read this. Shafak, chosen as the book of the month in November 2021, depicts the tumultuous history of Cyprus through a moving love story.

“A beautiful and magical tale filled with love. Fantastic.” – Ruth Jones, author of US THREE

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The island of missing trees by Elif Shafak, £ 11.65 / $ 9, Amazon


The Paper Palace, Miranda Cowley Heller

A book that has shared readers across the globe, The Paper Palace was a definite side-facing summer reading. The nail-biting novel was chosen as the book of the month in July, leaving us with more questions than answers, a real mystery to be solved.

“[An] irresistible placement of a complicated family in an enchanting place. “- The New York Times

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The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller, £ 11.35 / $ 15.25 Amazon


LA weather, Maria Amparo Escandón

Using the weather as a metaphor to reveal the intertwined lives of three siblings and their parents, September’s book became the New York Times Bestseller LA Weather. In an exclusive interview on the Reese’s Book Club app, María Amparo Escandón shared the heartwarming notion that “sisterhood is not a right, but a privilege”. And that family focus serves as the foundation through the pages.

“There’s a 100% chance you’re flipping through this book to reveal secrets and deceptions that could potentially burn everything down!” – Reese Witherspoon

reese book club 2022 LA Weather

LA Weather by María Amparo Escandón, £ 16.56 / $ 7.62, Amazon


Seven days in June, Tia Williams

Fans of Kiley Reid’s Such a fun age will definitely love the book of June, the very appropriate choice, Seven days in June. The funny, romantic and incredibly sexy novel is a clear turnaround in a messy love story.

“Tia Williams’ book is a clever, sexy testimony to black joy, to the strength that women draw from, and to tragic romances that mature into a new chance. I absolutely loved it.” Jodi Picoult, # 1 NEW bestselling author of The book about two ways and Small big things.

Reese book club 2022 seven days in June

Seven days in June by Tia Williams, £ 12.62 / $ 15.95, Amazon


outlaw, Anna Nord

The first book club selection from last year is a great choice to get your reading error going in 2022. With a very impressive list of honors, including being a New York Times bestseller and Amazon Best of the Year, you will rightly have high hopes for this . The pulsating narrative turns everything we know about 20th-century Western society upside down with a fresh feminist stance.

“A moving and invigorating complication of the West that highlights select family, love, and survival among the outcasts in another American timeline. ” – Lydia Kiesling, author of The golden state

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outlaw by Anna North, £ 11.50 / $ 16.40, Amazon


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