9 Reese Witherspoon Book Club reads for your 2022 reading list – including her latest pick







Lauren Cunningham



Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club has to be one of our favorite celebrity ventures of all time. But we didn’t expect anything less from lawyer Elle Woods.

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Choosing one book a month with a female lead, Reese invites us to share her literary loves, creating a fabulous community of book-lovers and reading newbies alike. And with over 2.2 million Instagram followers on @Reesesbookclubit may be one of the largest book clubs we’ve ever seen.

Complete with a website and app (available on google play and Manzana), Reese’s Book Club also brings us exclusive author interviews, a fantastic writing fellowship application portal and maybe the best part… reading boxes complete with the book of the month, wine, chocolate and many more goodies!

Reese Witherspoon’s latest book club pick


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Reese fondly unveils her April 2022 Book Club Pick

Reese announced her Book Club pick for April 2022 is a brand new release: True Biz by Sara Novic in an animated and heartfelt video posted on her Instagram page gushing: “Goodness, I can’t even begin to put into words all the feelings this book provoked!”

Excitingly, just days after this post, True Biz made it onto the New York Times bestseller list. Reese was thrilled and quickly shared the news on the book club page: “Congratulations to @PhotoNovic! #TrueBiz is an instant #NYTimes Bestseller.”

Authored by Sara Novak, True Biz is set in a residential school for the deaf and follows the journey of a rebellious transfer student, named Charlie who has never encountered another deaf person before.

Reese sums it up so eloquently for her Book Club members: “An eye-opening and heartfelt story about human connection and the beauty and adversity woven into the deaf community and culture.” She wrote on Instagram.


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APRIL’S PICK: True Biz, Hardback, £21.48 / $13.75 Amazon

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Reese went on to explain how the latest book by the acclaimed author of Girl At War is an “educational and electrifying peek into a family that fights for connections even as the outside world threatens to close the door on them.” This sounds like another Sara Novak book not to miss and Reese invites everyone to pick up a copy and join the discussion all month long!

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So, if reading more was one of your 2022 goals, you can also get started on Reese’s March 2022 book club choice –The Club by Ellery Lloyd or continue scrolling to discover Reese’s recent picks plus five of our favorite picks from last year that will also put you on the right track.

And who knows, maybe you’ll be turning the pages one book a month (or more) in no time. What, like it’s hard?

Reese Witherspoon 2022 book club picks

For March 2022 Reese picked The Club by Ellery Lloyd and took to Instagram to share her rave review, posting: “A beautifully written, densely plotted thriller that takes place at a private club off the coast of England. Read about a luxurious, celeb-only island during a weekend of partying and mystery.”


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MARCH’S PICK: The Club by Ellery Lloyd, £12.62 / $13.24, Amazon

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The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont

If you’d love to read more still, Reese kicked off March 2022 with the book The Christie Affair by Nina deGramont. In keeping with Valentine’s Day that month, she took to Instagram wearing an adorable heart print jumper by Draper James for the announcement.

Reese explained that the novel 11 days in 1926 literary icon Agatha Christie went missing, revealing one “twist” – (don’t worry, no spoilers!) – the book is told from the perspective of Christie’s husband’s mistress.


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FEBRUARY’S PICK: The Christie Affair by Gramont’s Nina, $22, amazon

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“An unexpected mix of historical fiction and romance, heartbreak and revenge based on true happenings… I found myself binging this book in one sitting” – Reese Witherspoon

Honor by Thrity Umrigar



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JANUARY’S PICK: Honor by Thrity Umrigar, $19.98, amazon

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“A powerful story about family, devotion, and cultural truths all through the eyes of an incredible journalist” – Reese Witherspoon

More Reese Witherspoon book club picks

If you’ve already read the 2022 books, or just feel like browsing through more of Reese’s favourites, check out these book club picks from 2021…

The Island of Missing TreesElif Shafak

Anyone who was a fan of Delia Owen’s Where The Crawdads Sing should definitely give this a read. Chosen as the November 2021 book of the month, Shafak depicts the tumultuous history of Cyprus through a moving love story.

“A beautiful and magical tale infused with love. Stunning.” – Ruth Jones, author of Us Three


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The Island of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak, £11.65 / $9Amazon

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The Paper PalaceMiranda Cowley Heller

A book that has divided readers across the globe, The Paper Palace was a definite page-turning summer read. Chosen as July’s book of the month, the nail-biting novel left us with more questions than answers, a real mystery to be solved.

“[An] irresistible placement of a complicated family in a bewitching place.” —The New York Times


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The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller, £11.35 / $15.25 amazon

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LA Weather, Maria Amparo Escandon

Using weather as a metaphor to reveal the intertwined lives of three siblings and their parents, September’s book of the month was New York Times Bestseller LA Weather. In an exclusive interview on the Reese’s Book Club app, María Amparo Escandón shared the heartwarming notion that ‘sisterhood is not a right, but a privilege. And that family focus acts as the basis throughout the pages.

“There’s a 100% chance you’ll be paging through this book to uncover the secrets and deception that could potentially burn everything down!” – Reese witherspoon


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LA Weather by Maria Amparo Escandon, £16.56 / $7.62, amazon

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Seven Days in JuneAunt Williams

Fans of Kiley Reid’s Such A Fun Age are sure to love June’s book of the month, the very apt choice, Seven Days in June. The hilarious, romantic, and incredibly sexy novel is a definite page-turner of a messy love story.

“Tia Williams’ book is a smart, sexy testament to Black joy, to the well of strength from which women draw, and to tragic romances that mature into second chances. I absolutely loved it.” — Jodi Picoult, #1 NYT bestselling author of The Book of Two Ways and Small Great Things.



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Seven Days in June by Tia Williams, £12.62 / $15.95, amazon

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outlawed, Anna North

The first book club choice from last year is a great choice to get your 2022 reading bug going. With a very impressive accolade list including being a New York Times bestseller and Amazon Best of the Year, you’d be right to have high hopes for this one. The pulse-racing tale flips everything we know about 1900’s Western society on its head with a fresh feminist stance.

“A moving and invigorating complication of the Western, highlighting chosen family, love, and survival among outcasts in another American timeline. As she mines the genre for vital new stories, North beautifully shines a light on our real past and conveys a warning for the future.” – Lydia Kiesling, author of The Golden State



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outlawed by Anna North, £11.50 / $16.40, amazon

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