We love unique book covers and are excited to feature a new color of book covers for you each month. You may just find your next favorite read in this roundup, all based on one color! This month, we’re highlighting some classic ‘blue’ books along with some other titles you may not be familiar with. Check out our blue books for January and add them to your TBR if you haven’t read them yet!
The Charmed Wife by Olga Grushin
A sophisticated fairy tale for this century, it is nearly fourteen years after Cinderella and her prince married, and things have gone very wrong. Now Cinderella has a very specific request of the witch – she wants her husband dead.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
This young adult classic novel by John Green should be required reading for all teens. When cancer survivor Augustus Waters meets terminal cancer patient Hazel, there is instant attraction. Theirs is a love story that will not soon be forgotten. A definite tear-jerker.
Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
A plane crash leaves twelve-year-old Edward the sole survivor and he must navigate his life under the attention of the whole nation, while also trying to figure out how to live without his family.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
This classic tale of the 1920s is usually assigned reading for high school English, but if you’ve never read the tale about Daisy Buchanan, Jay Gatsby, and narrator Nick Carraway, now’s the perfect time to check out this “quintessential novel of the Jazz Age.”
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
Stuck on a lifeboat with some random zoo animals, Pi and his Bengal tiger are lost at sea for 227 days. When they reach land, and the tiger flees to the jungle, authorities do not believe the tall tale Pi is telling them. Will you believe this fantastical story?
All We Ever Wanted by Emily Giffin
When a photograph is taken of a drunk girl at a party, the lives of Nina Browning, Tom Volpe, and his daughter Lyla are forever changed. Lies and the scandal force Nina and Tom to question their lives and what they believe in. Honorable mention: If you’re an Emily Giffin fan, we’ve got another blue book for you. Check out her second novel, Something Blue, because, well…blue!
The Vacationers by Emma Straub
A two-week vacation will try all members of the Post family, who are hoping to get away from the tensions of home in Manhattan. But the trip will test everyone, and secrets, rivalries, lies, and humiliations make this more than a vacation to remember.