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Calendar February 8, 2019 02/08/19 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Book of the Month February 2019 Review + FREE Book

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Book of the Month February 2019 Review

Book of the Month February 2019 Review

Book of the Month is a book subscription box that sends a brand new book for as low as $10.47/month.
On the first of the month, you log into your account and choose between five different books, picked out by Book of the Month Judges.  There are authors, editors and more on the judging panel.  There is also one guest judge each month.  You must make your selections by the 14th, or Book of the Month will pick for you.  If you don't like any of the books, you can skip!

Once you make your book selection, you can add up to two books to your account for $9.99/each.  Once you get your book, you can log into your account and join the discussions.

The Details:

Cost: $16.99/month, $14.99/month for a 3 month subscription and $11.99/month for a 1 year subscription.

Coupons:

What's in the box?  On the first of the month, you will get to select from 5 different books.

Book of the Month February 2019 Review

I was sent all the books for review.

Book of the Month February 2019 Review

Individual books are sent in a little blue box like this.

Book of the Month February 2019 Review

When you receive your book, it will be wrapped in plastic with a cardboard piece and there is a bookmark. Each book is wrapped in plastic and packaged on a larger cardboard card.

On the Come Up by Angie Thomas Bri wants to be a famous rapper, but she ends up becoming viral for all the wrong reasons. Everything thinks she is the “bad girl”, but she is determined to be a star.

A Woman is No Man by Etaf Rum This book is about three generations of Palestinian-American women living in Brooklyn and all struggling with keeping to their family traditions and beliefs and their own personal desires.

The Winter Sister by Megan Collins  Sylvie lost her sister 16 years ago and now helps care for her estranged mother, as she battles cancer. Her sister was murdered, and Sylvie has always blamed her sister's boyfriend, Ben. Now that Sylvie is helping with her mom, Sylvie finds out that Ben works for where Sylvie gets her cancer treatments. Through this journey, Sylvie will find out what happened to her sister.

Early Riser by Jasper Fforde This book is about an alternate reality where humans hibernate. There are groups of people that are in charge of looking after the hibernating people. They fight off the villains and they monitor the people. During the hibernation, people start having dreams that come true and people start to die. This book looks really interesting.

The Age of Light by Whitney Scharer This book takes place during the 1930's in Paris. Lee Miller used to be a model and now is an artist. Once she arrives in Paris, Surrealist Man Ray likes her and wants to use her as his model. Lee ends up being Ray's assistant and follows him all over the place, including the battlefields in WWII.

Book of the Month February 2019 Review

Final Thought: The first book I m going to read is “The Winter Sister by Megan Collins”, but there are many great selections this month. If you want to subscribe, use code FRESHSTART to get your first book for just $5.

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