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BookCase.Club is a monthly subscription service for avid readers. BookCase.Club was created to share the joy of reading with the world. We believe in the importance of literature, and the magic of the written word. Stories help to expand our minds, expose us to new experiences, and show us that we’re not alone. But we also know that reading can often feel like a solitary activity, and we wanted a way to bring book nerds together. By sharing the fun of unboxing your BookCases, as well as reading each month’s chosen novels along with other members, we hope you find a safe and happy place among our community. Each case will contain a selection of handpicked books based on your preferences that you’re sure to love. Boxes are shipped on the 1st of each month.
You can choose one of eight categories: Teenage Dreams, Thrill Seeker, Strange Worlds, Read to Me, Blind Date, Booking for Love, Quarterly Cookbooks, and Quarterly Military History. Want to switch genres? No problem. Just make sure changes are submitted before the tenth of the month.
I’ve been receiving the Strange Worlds box for a while now, and I have definitely been exposed to some very strange worlds!
Eleanor: A Novel by Jason Gurley
Not to judge a book by its cover, or anything, but this cover totally makes me want to read this book! It also gets great reviews, so that doesn’t hurt, either.
When a terrible accident claims the life of Eleanor’s twin, her family is left in tatters, and her reality begins to unravel, dropping her in and out of unfamiliar worlds. When she returns to her own time and place, hours and days have flown by without her. One fateful day, Eleanor leaps from a cliff…and vanishes. In a strange in-between place, she meets a mysterious stranger who understands the weight of her family history: Eleanor’s twin wasn’t the only tragic loss. And unless Eleanor can master her strange new abilities, she may not be the last.
Love the pretty water color effect throughout.
The Dark Side by Anthony O’Neill
I’m a ways into this, and I have to say it is very readable and entertaining.
In this dark and gripping sci-fi noir, an exiled police detective arrives at a lunar penal colony just as a psychotic android begins a murderous odyssey across the far side of the moon.
Purgatory is the lawless moon colony of eccentric billionaire, Fletcher Brass: a mecca for war criminals, murderers, sex fiends, and adventurous tourists. You can’t find better drugs, cheaper plastic surgery, or a more ominous travel advisory anywhere in the universe. But trouble is brewing in Brass’s black-market heaven. When an exiled cop arrives in this wild new frontier, he immediately finds himself investigating a string of ruthless assassinations in which Brass himself—and his equally ambitious daughter—are the chief suspects.
Meanwhile, two-thousand kilometers away, an amnesiac android, Leonardo Black, rampages across the lunar surface. Programmed with only the notorious “Brass Code”—a compendium of corporate laws that would make Ayn Rand blush—Black has only one goal in mind: to find Purgatory and conquer it.
Visual, visceral, and tons of fun, The Dark Side fuses hard science with brutal crime and lunar adventure. It’s an intense, stylish, and action-packed thriller with a body count to match.
The book starts with this rather dark list of rules. Needless to say, it didn’t take long to reel me in.
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