• Editor's Choice

    Book Jacket

    Call Me American
    by Abdi Nor Iftin

    BookBrowse Review
    As a boy growing up in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, Abdi Nor Iftin loved watching action movies in a makeshift theater. By doing so, he learned enough English to ...

    Book Reviewed by:
    Cynthia C. Scott
    Read Review

    Beyond the Book: Qat

    As a young boy growing up in war-torn Mogadishu, the capital of the East African country of Somalia, Abdi Nor Iftin and his brother Hassan often looked for enterprising ways to support their family. They stumbled onto a lucrative business when they ... Beyond the Book
  • Editor's Choice

    Book Jacket: The Last Collection

    The Last Collection
    by Jeanne Mackin

    BookBrowse Review
    What it's about:
    The Last Collection by Jeanne Mackin follows the lives of two internationally celebrated designers, Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli, as they navigate the ...

    Book Reviewed by:
    BookBrowse First Impression Reviewers
    Read Review

    Beyond the Book: Wartime Restrictions on Fashion

    Jeanne Mackin's novel, The Last Collection, brings to life the vibrant fashion scene in Paris on the eve of World War II. Once set in motion the war had a profound influence on women's clothing across the globe. Parisian fashion was not especially ... Beyond the Book
  • Editor's Choice

    Book Jacket: Mrs. Everything

    Mrs. Everything
    by Jennifer Weiner

    BookBrowse Review
    Mrs. Everything spans six decades of an American family. We meet the Kaufman sisters Josette 'Jo' and Elizabeth 'Bethie' in 1951 Detroit. The girls grow up during an era where...

    Book Reviewed by:
    Karen Lewis
    Read Review

    Beyond the Book: Time-Saving Appliances

    Jennifer Weiner's novel Mrs. Everything confronts the notion that a woman can do and be everything to everyone. From the 1950s through the early 2000s, women in America became liberated from many household chores due to time-saving inventions. ... Beyond the Book
  • Editor's Choice

    Book Jacket

    Tip of the Iceberg
    by Mark Adams

    BookBrowse Review
    In the late 19th century, railroad magnate Edward Harriman decided he needed a break from his business concerns, which were having a detrimental effect on his health. He ...

    Book Reviewed by:
    Kim Kovacs
    Read Review

    Beyond the Book: The Kodiak Bear

    In Tip of the Iceberg, author Mark Adams sets out to follow in the footsteps of Edward Harriman's 1899 expedition to Alaska. Harriman's expedition is remembered for the important scientific findings gathered by the more than 30 scientists, artists ... Beyond the Book

This Week's Top Picks

  • Book Jacket: A Woman of No Importance
  • Book Jacket: The Female Persuasion
  • Book Jacket: Call Me American
  • Book Jacket: Calypso
  • Book Jacket: How to Stop Time
  • Book Jacket: Lanny
  • Book Jacket: Tip of the Iceberg
  • Book Jacket: Southernmost
  • Book Jacket: The Last Collection
  • Book Jacket: The Darwin Affair
  • Book Jacket: Fake Like Me
  • Book Jacket: We Contain Multitudes
  • Book Jacket: Delayed Rays of a Star
  • Book Jacket: With the Fire on High
  • Book Jacket: Hungry
  • Book Jacket: Midnight at the Electric
  • Book Jacket: The Judge Hunter
  • Book Jacket: Mrs. Everything

Find a book

Find Your Next Great Read!

Readers Recommend

  • Book Jacket

    The Last Collection
    by Jeanne Mackin

    A vivid novel about the intense rivalry between iconic fashion designers Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli.
    Reader Reviews

  • Book Jacket

    The Volunteer
    by Jack Fairweather

    The true story of one man, an underground army, and the secret mission to destroy Auschwitz from within.
    Reader Reviews

Members read and review books before they're published. See what they'll be reviewing soon.

  • BookBrowse Book Club
    Book Jacket

    The Guest Book
    by Sarah Blake

    "An American epic in the truest sense…"
    Entertainment Weekly

    Join the discussion!

More Discussions

  1.  273Girls Burn Brighter:
    Shobha Rao
  2.  280Fly Girls:
    Keith O'Brien
  3.  300Her Kind of Case:
    Jeanne Winer

All Discussions

Win this book!
Win In the Full Light of the Sun

New from Clare Clark!

"Evocative prose and excellent pacing make this fine historical a must-read for art history buffs."
- Publishers Weekly

Enter

Word Play

Solve this clue:

A A A Day K T D A

and be entered to win..

Book Club Recommendations
Featured Book Club

featured bookclub

Recent Reader Reviews
  • The Thirteenth Tale
    by Diane Setterfield

    I don't write a lot of reviews but this book is one I just can't stop thinking about. I listen to a lot of audiobooks because of my long commute and I had a hard time ...
    read more

  • The Electric Woman
    by Tessa Fontaine

    The story of a young woman who runs away with the circus sounds a bit trite, but Fontaine tells the story of a year in her own life, and it is captivating. She joins The ...
    read more

  • Where the Crawdads Sing
    by Delia Owens

    No matter what else is written in 2019 this will always be among my top three fiction books of the year. Through the eyes of Kya Clark, an abandoned child. Delia Owens ...
    read more

  • The Guest Book
    by Sarah Blake

    The lives of three generations of Miltons spanning most of the 20th century on the Eastern Seaboard sometimes appalls, always intrigues, and never bores. Grappling with ...
    read more

  • The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
    by Junot Diaz

    The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz is a novel published in the year 2007 to unprecedented acclaim, and the novel turned to be a huge critical and popular ...
    read more

  • Darius the Great Is Not Okay
    by Adib Khorram

    This book has a teenage male protagonist but readers of all ages and genders will be able to relate to the difficulties he faces. Darius's Persian ancestry makes him a ...
    read more

Give a BookBrowse Membership

A BookBrowse Membership is the ideal gift for your book loving friends and family.

Give a Gift Membership

Your guide toexceptional          books

BookBrowse seeks out and recommends the best in contemporary fiction and nonfiction—books that not only engage and entertain but also deepen our understanding of ourselves and the world around us.