The Zoella Book Club is back, and this year it’s bigger and book-ier (yes, we just made that up) than ever. Featuring eight new titles, the book club features hand-selected young adult titles which will have you busy all summer long; whether you’re lounging by the pool on holiday or hibernating indoors from the awful English weather.
In a change from the usual style, Zoe has enlisted a series of friends to help her this year. Five fellow authors have picked books which they’re recommending; and have been given the Zoe seal of approval.
So, which books made the Zoella Book Club?
Here are the eight books which made it onto Zoe’s list – let us know in the comments below which one you’ll be reading first.
‘Moxie’ by Jennifer Mathieu, chosen by Zoe Sugg
This book is all about strong, fierce girls owning life and you’ll feel awesome after reading it!
‘Orbiting Jupiter’ by Gary D. Schmidt, chosen by author Jennifer Niven
If you’re a fan of an emotional tale and not afraid to cry buckets in public, you’ll love this book.
‘The Start Of Me’ And You By Emery Lord, chosen by Amy Alward
A beautiful, funny story of a girl trying to get her life back to normal after the loss of her boyfriend.
‘The One Memory Of Flora Banks’ by Emily Barr, chosen by Amy Alward
You’ve probably heard the hype around this book already so we’re not surprised it made Zoe’s list. Floral Banks is suffering from amnesia and can’t remember a thing, until she kisses someone she shouldn’t and manages to remember it the next day. But where has the mystery boy gone?!
‘Girlhood’ by Cat Clarke, chosen by Juno Dawson
An intense read about friendships and female bonding at a boarding school. Everyone will relate to the struggles in this book on some level.
‘History Is All Your Left Me’ by Adam Silvera, chosen by Juno Dawson
A story of grief and love as OCD-sufferer Griffin struggles to get over the death of his boyfriend and learns what true love really means…
‘After The Fire’ by Will Hill, chosen by Chris Russell
Inspired by a real life American cult, this is a psychological thriller that will have you gripped.
‘Letters To The Lost’ by Brigid Kemmerer, chosen by Chris Russell
A story of grief and dealing with demons of the past, this book will keep you guessing and guessing.
So what do you think of the Zoella Book Club choices? Let us know which one is your favourite and be sure to check out the Zoella Book Club video reviews.
Also, speaking of books, we’re releasing our very own!
Find out everything you need to know about the series of We The Unicorns books on our YouTube channel.