Each month we select a title that we believe is both enjoyable to read, and that has the possibility of becoming collectible. We don’t want to brag, but we think we have a pretty good eye and have picked some great novels in the past; books that have gone onto receive critical acclaim, finding themselves on prize shortlists, and others have been made into successful movies.
These are books we are proud to have on our own bookshelves and we believe that you would be too. Many of our choices will be limited editions published exclusively for Goldsboro Books.
If you join the Book of the Month club you agree to take the first three books at the start of your membership. After the first 3 months, the membership will carry on and the Book of the Month will be processed automatically. However, you can opt out now and then (all you need to do is give us 30 days notice) but must commit to take minimum of 8 titles per year.
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The Yellow Bird Sings finds beauty in the unlikeliest of places. Jennifer Rosner gives voice to the soaring truth that a mother’s love can never be silenced, and that even the ugliest war cannot defeat the power of a nurtured imagination -- Jeanine Cummins, author of American Dirt
Desperately moving and exquisitely written. If you only read one book this year, make it The Yellow Bird Sings. A beautiful story with achingly memorable characters, for me Jennifer Rosner’s novel stands alongside The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and Code Name Verity as one of those profoundly special World War Two novels you know you will never forget -- AJ Pearce, author of Dear Mrs Bird
Room meets Schindler’s List in The Yellow Bird Sings, a beautifully written tale of mothers and daughters, war and love, the music of the living and the silence of the dead -- Kate Quinn, author of The Huntress and The Alice Network
A beautiful book in so many ways. Like Shira’s imaginary bird, Jennifer Rosner’s prose is lilting and musical, yet her tale of war’s grave personal reality is gripping, heartrending, and so very real -- Lisa Wingate, author of Before We Were Yours and Before and After
We’ll give you priority to buy our special limited editions and as members you will receive exclusive information on these books before we post it on our website.