We love unique book covers and are excited to feature a new color of book covers for you each month. We’re sharing a very diverse variety of books for you to check out this February in RED, from the well-known classics to some newer books you may have never had heard of. Discover your next great RED read here in our list of red books of February.
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
You’ve read The Catcher in the Rye right? If not yet, now is the time! Sixteen-year-old Holden Caulfield leaves his Pennsylvania prep school and goes into the underbelly of New York City for three days. A classic story and an unforgettable adventure, Holden Caulfield is one of those characters that will never be forgotten.
Wonderland by Zoje Stage
Orla and Shaw Bennett have finally settled into the quiet farmhouse in the country with their two children. They have an expanse of land, privacy and the isolation they craved after city living. But there are secrets in the woods, beneath the trees and under the earth, and Orla fears she’s the only one who can save her family from this strange and dark force that’s inhabiting their lives.
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
This dystopian classic has captured the attention of many readers over the years and was even made into a TV series. Offred is a fertile woman who is enslaved in the Republic of Gilead, where she is deprived of everything. In order to survive her ordeal, she keeps the memories of her past life close to her heart. If you’ve not yet read this modern classic, consider doing so for an eye-opening and suspenseful story!
Covet by Tracy Wolff
If you’re a fan of vampire books, you’ll want to read Covet, the third book in the wildly popular Crave series by Tracy Wolff. Grace and Jaxon are back in action, along with Hudson, Macy and the rest of the crew. And this time, there’s a deadly unbreakable curse that may wreak havoc on all of Katmere Academy.
Stuff You Should Know: An Incomplete Compendium of Mostly Interesting Things by Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant
Not only did this make our list because of its very, very red cover, but it also contains all the “Stuff You Should Know.” Check out this “incomplete compendium of mostly interesting things” if you want to learn some new stuff! The author duo took their popular podcast that asks the ‘hows’ and ‘whys’ and turned it into a book where it answers all your questions about things that you thought you knew!
Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson
When Claudia’s best friend Monday goes missing, she knows something is really wrong. But Monday’s mother isn’t telling Claudia anything, and Monday’s sister isn’t any help either. Claudia digs deep into her best friend’s disappearance and realizes that no one can even remember the last time they saw Monday. She’s vanished, but no one even notices that she’s gone. Will Claudia find out the truth about Monday’s disappearance, and will she be prepared for it?
Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life’s Greatest Lesson by Mitch Albom
When Mitch Albom was a college student, his professor was Morrie Schwartz who was always there to offer advice in school. Nearing the end of Morrie’s life, Mitch reconnected with his mentor and visited him every Tuesday, where Morrie taught Mitch life-changing and inspirational lessons.
The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory
If you’re looking for a new rom-com author to fall in love with, look no further than The Wedding Date by Jasmine Guillory and the rest of the Wedding Date series. Alexa gets stuck in an elevator with a guy and she agrees to be his plus-one at his ex’s wedding. She didn’t expect to actually have a good time with Drew, but she does, and they begin a long-distance relationship. Swoony, charming and sexy, you’ll love Jasmine Guillory’s novels.