The February 2024 Celebrity Book Club Spoilers to Enjoy Now

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Looking for the February 2024 Celebrity Book Club Spoilers? You’ve come to the right place!

Imagine my surprise when I went on IG to ask for vacation tips for an upcoming trip, and I ended up with 2 celeb spoilers in my DMs! I love my sources!

We’ve rounded up the books that will be chosen by Reese Witherspoon, Read with Jenna, and the GMA Book Club for February 2024. These have NOT yet been officially released (as of now, they are all being announced on February 6) but we are fairly confident in our intel. We have a good friend in the book world who confirms every rumor we hear.

Still, we reserve the right to be wrong! Check back on February 6, 2024, to see if we got it correct!

In the meantime, we suggest using the February 2024 celebrity book club spoilers to put in your library holds early and get to the front of the list.

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February 2024 Celebrity Book Club Spoilers

February 2024 Reese Witherspoon Book Club Spoiler

Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club, Hello Sunshine, was really the first of the modern celebrity book clubs to catch on in recent years. Started in 2017, her list features thrillers, romances, historical fiction, YA, non-fiction, and modern fiction.

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Redwood Court by DeLana R.A. Dameron

February 2024 Reese Witherspoon Book Club Pick

The baby of the family, Mika Tabor spends much of her time in the care of loved ones, listening to their stories and witnessing their struggles. On Redwood Court, the cul-de-sac in the all-Black working-class suburb of Columbia, South Carolina, where her grandparents live,

Mika learns important lessons from the people who raise her: her exhausted parents, who work long hours at multiple jobs while still making sure their kids experience the adventure of family vacations; her older sister, who in a house filled with Motown would rather listen to Alanis Morrisette; her retired grandparents, children of Jim Crow, who realized their own vision of success when they bought their house on the Court in the 1960s, imagining it filled with future generations; and the many neighbors who hold tight to the community they’ve built, committed to fostering joy and love in an America so insistent on seeing Black people stumble and fall.

You can see the whole book list, ranked, here.

February 2024 Read With Jenna Book Club Spoiler

Jenna Bush Hager started her book club on the Today Show back in the spring of 2019. They are often more literary than Reese’s picks and cover various thought-provoking topics.

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Good Material by Dolly Alderton

February 2024 Read with Jenna Book Club Pick

Andy’s girlfriend, Jen, has recently broken up with him and he’s wallowing as he tries to get over her. He needs to get a new place to live and kick his career as a comedian up a notch, but he can’t seem to stop replaying the end of his relationship in his mind. Why did it turn out so wrong?

Why We Liked it: It was so intriguing to see a break-up from a male perspective and yet I wanted to throttle Andy on numerous occasions. He was just SO whiny. Jen’s perspective is showcased in the last few chapters of the book and it brought so much clarity to the relationship and break-up. I loved the added perspective – it elevated the book.

You can see all of Jenna’s Book Club picks here, where we ranked them.

February 2024 Good Morning America Book Club Spoiler

GMA’s answer to Read with Jenna was to host their own celebrity book club. This one launched in the Fall of 2019 and it’s probably the best one of the bunch.

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Come and Get It by Kiley Reid

February 2024 Good Morning America Book Club Pick

Millie Cousins is a senior resident assistant at the University of Arkansas in 2017. Agatha Paul is a visiting professor and writer who has left her wife at home and taken a position for a year. They meet when Agatha comes to the dorm to interview students about weddings as research for her next book.

This meeting creates an opportunity for Millie she cannot resist until an accident from a prank gone wrong threatens to ruin everything for Millie.

Reid’s sophomore novel has a cast of characters that fell a little flat for me. The beginning chapters about Agatha and Millie are promising but ultimately, didn’t fulfill my expectations. The other characters like Tyler, Casey, and Peyton seem to fit stereotypes rather than dynamic characters.

Kiley Reid tackled many subjects in this book such as racism and socioeconomic status all while having LGBTQ representation in a college setting. I appreciate what the author tried to accomplish in this character-driven novel but for me, it didn’t quite hit the mark. I look forward to more from this talented writer. #gifted

For the whole list of GMA books, ranked, check out this post.

February 2024 Oprah Book Club Spoiler

Oprah doesn’t release her book club picks in the same way as the rest of the celebrity book clubs. She picks them when she likes – on no timetable. Her picks often span multiple months for reading and discussion as well. The February 2024 Oprah Book Club pick is below.

Let Us Descend

Let Us Descend by Jesmyn Ward

October 2023 Oprah Book Club Pick

Let Us Descend is a reimagining of American slavery, as beautifully rendered as it is heart-wrenching. Searching, harrowing, replete with transcendent love, the novel is a journey from the rice fields of the Carolinas to the slave markets of New Orleans and into the fearsome heart of a Louisiana sugar plantation.
Annis, sold south by the white enslaver who fathered her, is the reader’s guide through this hellscape. As she struggles through the miles-long march, Annis turns inward, seeking comfort from memories of her mother and stories of her African warrior grandmother. Throughout, she opens herself to a world beyond this world, one teeming with spirits: of earth and water, of myth and history; spirits who nurture and give, and those who manipulate and take. While Ward leads readers through the descent, this, her fourth novel, is ultimately a story of rebirth and reclamation.

From one of the most singularly brilliant and beloved writers of her generation, this miracle of a novel inscribes Black American grief and joy into the very land—the rich but unforgiving forests, swamps, and rivers of the American South. Let Us Descend is Jesmyn Ward’s most magnificent novel yet, a masterwork for the ages. MORE

With over 100 book picks under her belt, we have her full-ranked list in this post.

So which February book club picks will you be reading this month?

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