The Book of the Month July 2022 selections are here! Decide which of the five books you want to add to your subscription box.
Book of the Month is my favorite subscription box. Every month, I choose between their curated book selections, and voila! A blue box arrives at my door carrying one (or two or three) new books for me to read.
Except for a curve ball they threw in March.
Instead of five books, Book of the Month says it will vary its selection count. I guess they want to keep us on our toes.
Still, every month, I will highlight the books chosen and let you know my thoughts on the chosen titles.
Even if you don’t have a Book of the Month subscription (yet), I think you’ll find value in looking at a curated list of new releases.
Keep scrolling to see all the details about the Book of the Month July 2022 selections and to find out which one I’m adding to my subscription box.
What is Book of the Month?
Book of the Month is a monthly subscription book service highly popular among the book community. Trust me, once you try it, you’ll be hooked.
How it Works
Each month, a panel of judges chooses five books for you to choose from. The Book of the Month selections cover different genres and are always special edition hardcovers. Often, the chosen books haven’t been published yet, so you get to be one of the first people to read them.
At the beginning of the month, you choose one book to add to your box and shortly thereafter the little blue box arrives at your door. If you aren’t loving any of the selected books, you just skip that month and your credits will just roll over to the next month. Or, after your third box, you can choose from five member favorite books for your month’s selection instead.
On the other hand, if you want more than one book, once you’ve chosen your initial book, you can add-on up to two additional books at a discounted rate. These add-ons can be from the current month’s selection, be favorites from previous months, or be new releases specially included in the add-on catalog.
Book of the Month runs two different pricing plans. On the monthly plan, you get one credit a month for $17. If you are willing to pay upfront, the yearly plan gives you 12 credits for $168, which averages out to $14 a book. For a hardcover new release, both prices are a steal.
Even better, when you include additional books into your box, they are only $10 each!
Book of the Month also offers 3, 6, and 9-month gift cards if you are considering purchasing it as a gift.
For new subscribers, Book of the Month’s homepage almost always has a special offer to get your first book for $10. But I can do you one better. If you are interested in joining, you can use this Book of the Month Club referral link to get your first book for $5 right now!
But wait, there’s more. Once you’ve chosen your 12th book from Book of the Month, you join the BFF club and get a special Book of the Month tote.
After that, you’ll get a free add-on every year for your birthday month. Plus, when the end of the year rolls around, you get one of the top 5 Book of the Month selections from the year for free. That’s an additional two books each year for no additional cost.
What are you waiting for? Join Book of the Month and get your first book at a discounted price!
July 2022 Book of the Month Selections
Amaya is surprised when she receives an invitation to her former best friend’s lavish wedding in Sri Lanka. Until Amaya learns that Kaavi is marrying Amaya’s ex-boyfriend. Desperate to stop the wedding, Amaya finds herself at the center of the wedding’s rumor mill. When Kaavi disappears, Amaya finds she is the prime suspect.
After her mom dies and her boyfriend dumps her, Hannah Brooks is desperate to avoid her mess of a life and sink into work as an Executive Protection Agent, a bodyguard to wealthy corporate clients. In walks her next assignment, reclusive superstar actor Jack Stapleton who needs protection from a middle-aged stalker while visiting his sick mother. The catch: Jack wants Hannah to pretend to be his girlfriend so his family won’t know. Now Hannah must act the part, and decide whether Jack’s just a really good actor or if the connection they seem to share is real. A cute engaging contemporary romance that delivers a light easy rom-com without steamy sex scenes.
Publication Date: 19 July 2022
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Molly Raven and her twin sister Katie couldn’t be more different. While Molly lives a quiet structured life in London, Katie is an outgoing free spirit in New York. When she learns Katie was possibly murdered, Molly goes to New York to investigate her sister’s death and discovers her sister was not who Molly thought she was.
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
On a bitterly cold day, Sam Masur runs into Sadie Green on a train platform and they renew their childhood friendship bonding over video games. Together, they created the blockbuster video game Ichigo, a blockbuster game that changes their lives. Over the next three decades, their friendship is tested as their success leads them to money, fame, love, and betrayal. More a heartrending story about friendship than video games, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, is one of the best books I’ve read recently, and I can’t recommend it enough.
In a future where the world has been ravaged by the unintended consequences of gene editing, Logan Ramsay works for the Genetic Protection Agency, tracking down unauthorized gene editors to atone for his family’s role in the disaster. When an explosion infects Logan with a virus, he undergoes a genetic transformation and now must use his new abilities to stop it from happening to anyone else. Just so you know, I was bored to tears throughout this entire book and thought it lacked the power of Crouch’s previous books.
Publication Date: 12 July 2022
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Not Feeling the July Books?
Sometimes, it happens. If none of the five July 2022 Book of the Month selections are calling your name, don’t despair. After your third box, you now have another option!
Previously, if you didn’t love the five choices, you would have to skip the whole month. Now, you can choose a member fave for your monthly box and then add-on up to two more books if you choose.
July’s New Add-Ons
Recently, Book of the Month has started including a few extra releases on top of their five monthly selections. Once you have picked your main selection, you can choose to add-on one of these new books (or any past release) to your box.
July’s New Books:
My July Picks
Surprisingly, I’ve already read three of the five July selections. One I enjoyed: The Bodyguard – on par with Center’s other romance books. One I hated: The Upgrade by Blake Crouch which was so dull I wish I could get back the hours of my life I wasted on it.
The third: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin which was so good that I read it in one sitting, staying up until 3 am. I loved it so much, that I decided I needed to own the print copy even though I have an e-copy, which is something I almost never do.
Neither of the other two thrillers really caught my attention this month, so I decided to go with the add-on thriller, The It Girl by Ruth Ware. I generally love her books, so I have high hopes for this July release.
Lastly, I rounded out my box with Firekeeper’s Daughter by Angeline Boulley. I plan to use it for the Goodreads Winner in 2021 category of my 2022 Reading Challenge.
Which of the Book of the Month July 2022 Selections Are You Going to Pick?
What books can you not wait to get your hands on this month? Or are you skipping this month’s selections? As always, let me know in the comments!
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