Review Spotlight: Top Recommendations from Readers in April

When a book comes with glowing recommendations from fellow readers, we know it's worth adding to our to-be-read list. We love reading reviews from the BookBub community, so we've gathered the top recommendations from readers this month. From hair-raising thrillers to spunky romances to humorous fiction, we can guarantee you'll find a book (or many!) to add to your to-be-read pile. Note: Reviews may be edited for length and clarity.

The Unlikely Adventures of the Shergill Sisters

Reader review: "It's an amazing, moving, heartwarming, and entertaining book... I loved the descriptions of India, it was like reading a travelogue and everything was realistic and lively. The characters were well-developed and fleshed out; they're both likable and relatable, and you cannot help but root for them."

Saving Meghan

Reader review: "Saving Meghan will have you — as the reader — questioning each character's motive and wondering who you can believe. And then, when you least expect it, you'll get hit from left field… What a tense, but exciting journey! I loved this page-turning, extraordinary story and can't wait to see what else Palmer has in store for his readers."


Reader review: "Asymmetry is clever from start to finish. We open with Mary-Alice, a character who seems so empty that she finds meaning through loving others. And then we meet Amar, who, in contrast, is so full of memories and experiences he seems close to bursting… As we learn the connection between the two stories, the beauty of Asymmetry is obvious.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Reader review: "This book was bananas and I loved every minute of it. I don't know if I was supposed to hate Evelyn, but I didn't. She did what she had to do to get the hell out of poverty and to get to the dream her late mother left her with. I understood her every move, every mistake, every choice.

Triple Jeopardy

Reader review: "Anne Perry is a master storyteller and this new series just adds to her legend. I have followed and loved the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series from the beginning, and to now have their son, Daniel, with his own series is delightful. The first book in the series, Twenty-One Days, was an outstanding read and a great introduction to this new series. In this book,

How We Got to Now

eader review: "Such an interesting look at the five major advancements that humans embraced to get us to our modern society. A very different perspective...

The Editor

Reader review: “This was a lovely story about family and the challenges of being true to yourself while also being true to the people who love you… It was sweet, thoughtful, and brought a tear to my eye more than once.”

Confessions of an Innocent Man

Reader review: "Wow! The epitome of classic and well-deserved revenge. This book will have you questioning the death penalty. This book is star-crossed — not lovers — but fate. I loved it."