Color Code Your TBR: Green Edition


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! You’ll be “green” with envy over these books that we’re featuring which include poetry, memoir, thrillers and more! 

InHERent by Lucía Orellana Damacela

In this poetic narrative, author Lucía Orellana Damacela composes “mementos” from her past so they may live in the present. Using her mother language of Spanish, interspersed with English, these poems “instill a sense of belonging.” The author remembers Ecuador, specific recipes and scents, objects and more, which she writes about in order to create something tangible from her memories.

Black Coral by Andrew Mayne

Police diver Sloan McPherson and the Underwater Investigation Unit find a tomb at the bottom of a Florida pond. The sunken van holds the bodies of four teens who disappeared years ago. Police chalk it up to an accident, but Sloan is sure it was murder and starts to dissect the clues of what may be the work of a serial killer still at large.

The Hand on the Wall by Maureen Johnson

Stevie Bell is back on the case in the third installment of the Truly Devious series. Ellingham Academy is cursed and haunted, and three victims are dead. Stevie knows that these three deaths are somehow connected and she’ll stop at nothing to solve the mystery of who Truly Devious really is. Now the school has been evacuated, but Stevie will stay to face a murderer no matter how dangerous it is.

The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis

When her sister was murdered three years ago, Alex turned to violence, and she has no regrets, especially when her crimes continue to go unpunished. She knows she can’t be trusted around others because of her violent nature, and she especially can’t be around Jack or Peekay. But as the three teens move through senior year together, they are on a disastrous trajectory that will change their lives forever.

Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass by Lana Del Rey

Breathtaking and lyrical, Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass is a poetry collection by singer Lana Del Ray. In her signature style, these “eclectic and honest” poems are accompanied by typed manuscript pages and original photography to bring the reader the full experience of the words.

Jade City by Fonda Lee

Jade is gold on Kekon Island and has been mined, traded, and stolen for centuries. The war is over and the Kaul family wants control over the city where they plan to corner the jade market to their advantage in order to protect their own. When a new drug allows anyone and everyone to cultivate jade for their own benefit, violence erupts and a new war begins. 

Know My Name by Chanel Miller

A must-read, Know My Name is the memoir of Chanel Miller’s sexual assault case. Miller shares her truth, showing she is a true artist, survivor, and fighter. Through her courage and her words, Miller inspired others to speak their truth in order to heal from trauma. Truly a modern classic.

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