Tired of reading alone? Now you don't have to.Wouldn’t it be nice to reach out to someone who is reading the same book at the same time as you? So, when you say ‘Can you believe that just happened?’, you get other readers’ raw, unfiltered, real-time reactions? We satisfy that craving for real-time book discussions via our mobile app, allowing you to connect anytime and anywhere.
- Basic Book Box Includes: Hardcover/paperback book delivered to your door monthly; Real-time book discussions with others reading the same book at the same time; Fellowship with a community of readers; Weekly book discussion prompts; Monthly virtual book meetings
- Deluxe Book Box Includes All Benefits of Basic Book Box Plus: One original themed cocktail recipe; One original themed mocktail recipe; 3-4 bookish products.
- Convenient invite-only book app allows you to connect with fellow readers throughout the entire journey of reading a book, and not just at the end.
- Subscribers vote on the book title of the month. The title with the most votes is selected!
- Authors join us for select book club meetings, giving you the chance to interact directly with the author!
Past Boxes from The Chaptr
April 2022 -The Truth Hurts
April’s title is Rebecca Reid’s “The Truth Hurts”. In this twisty, compelling thriller, a young woman quickly embarks on what she thinks is the relationship and love of a lifetime, and she's thrilled when her new husband insists they follow one rule: they don't talk about the past, but it's a rule that has dangerous consequences. Author Rebecca Reid will join our book club meeting.
Blue Skinned Gods (May 2022)
In India, a boy named Kalki is born with blue skin. His family makes a living off of the pilgrims who seek the child’s blessings and miracles, believing young Kalki to be the tenth human incarnation of the Hindu god Vishnu. In Kalki’s tenth year, he is confronted with three trials that will test his power and prove his divine status, but Kalki begins to question his divinity.
The Astonishing Life of August March (June 2022)
Abandoned as an infant by his actress mother in her theater dressing room, August March was raised by an ancient laundress. But like all productions, August’s wondrous time inside the theater comes to a close, and he finds himself in the wilds of postwar New York City. To survive, August must rely upon the kindness of strangers, only some of whom have his best interests at heart. As he grows up, his heart begins to yearn for love. But will he find it?
Lady Sunshine (July 2022)
For Jackie Pierce, everything changed the summer of 1979, when she spent three months of infinite freedom at her bohemian uncle’s sprawling estate on the California coast. As musicians and artists gathered at The Sandcastle for the season, Jackie and her cousin Willa fell into a fast friendship. When Jackie returns to the iconic estate 20 years later, she discovers a dark secret that she’s kept all these years may not be the truth after all.
Girl One by Sara Flannery Murphy (August 2022)
This twisty speculative fiction novel is set in a world where women can conceive children without men. Josephine Morrow is Girl One, the first of nine “Miracle Babies” conceived without male DNA, raised on an experimental commune known as the Homestead. When a suspicious fire destroys the commune and claims the lives of two of the Homesteaders, the remaining Girls and their Mothers scatter across the United States and lose touch. Years later, Margaret Morrow goes miss
Memo from Turner by Tim Willocks
During a weekend spree in Cape Town, a young, rich Afrikaner fatally injures a teenage street girl with his Range Rover but is too drunk to know that he has hit her. His companions—who do know—leave the girl to die..The driver’s mother intends to keep her son in ignorance of his crime. But by chance the case falls to the relentless Officer Turner. As the battle of wills escalates, Turner rediscovers a long-forgotten truth about himself…
Wild Life by Liam Brown
When we moved into the wild, the wild moved into us. When a troubled advertising salesman loses his job, the fragile wall between his public and private personas comes tumbling down. Fleeing his debtors, Adam abandons his family and takes to sleeping in a park, where a fraternity of homeless men befriend him. But when he decides to return to his family, Adam learns that the men have other plans for him. Now, he has to question whether he can escape the wild within.
Can you love someone you don’t remember? After the Last War destroyed most of the world, survivors form a new society. In the utopia, everything is controlled: the seasons, the weather—and the residents. To prevent mankind from destroying each other again, citizens undergo a memory wipe every 4 years to remove learned prejudices. With each new cycle, they begin again with lives. But what happens when a group learns to recover memories from their past lives?
The 22 Murders of Madison May
"I love you. In every world." Madison May is shocked when a client at an open house says these words to her. The man, a stranger, seems to know far too much about her, and professes his love--shortly before he murders her. Felicity Staples, the journalist reporting of Madison's murder finds herself in an alternate universe chasing Madison's killer. Traveling through different realities, Felicity uncovers the opportunity--and danger--of living more than one life.
Gonzalez & Daughter Trucking Co.
Serving a sentence in a prison in Mexico, Libertad González finds a clever way to pass the time with the weekly Library Club, reading to her fellow inmates from whatever books she can find in prison. She tells of a Mexican fugitive who reinvents himself as a trucker and falls in love--until he unexpectedly finds himself alone on the road with a baby girl and González & Daughter Trucking Co. is born. The story though, has nothing to do with the words on the pages.
The Bangalore Detective's Club by Harini Nagendra
When clever, headstrong Kaveri moves to Bangalore to marry handsome young doctor Ramu, she's resigned herself to a quiet life. But that changes the night of the party at the Century Club, when the party turns into a murder scene. When a vulnerable woman is connected to the crime, Kaveri becomes determined to save her find the killer.
The Talented Ribkins
At seventy-two, Johnny Ribkins shouldn’t have such problems: He’s got one week to come up with the money he stole from his mobster boss or it’s curtains. What may or may not be useful to Johnny as he flees is that he comes from an African-American family that has been gifted with super powers—like the ability to see colors no one else can see, scale walls and belch fire.
Broadcast live, Rosa Lincoln takes to the stage at her brother's memorial service with a bomb concealed beneath her clothes. Being in Jimmy's shadow was never easy, even when he was alive, but in death he has become a national hero. When she crosses paths with the enigmatic Teresa, she discovers that those she has been taught to view as enemies may not be the real villains after all. The lies need to be stopped, and Rosa intends on doing just that.