The Amazon Book Review Podcast is hosted by the Amazon Books editors and brings conversations between these book experts to readers who are looking for their next favorite book. Each podcast features a spirited roundtable discussion on a book topic close to the Amazon editors' hearts, followed by an interview with a remarkable author.
Seira Wilson, Vannessa Cronin, and Chris Schluep talk about their favorite true crime books (and some shows, podcasts, and Audible Originals). Books include: “The Stanger Beside Me” by Ann Rule, “Shot in the Heart” by Mikal Gilmore, “I’ll Be Gone in the Dark” by Michelle McNamara, “The Bloody Alphabet Coloring Book,” “American Kingpin” by Nick Bilton, “The People Who Eat Darkness” by Richard Lloyd Parry, “Helter Skelter” by Vincent Bugliosi, “Zodiac” by Robert Graysmith, “Party Monster” by James St. James, “Say Nothing” by Patrick Radden Keefe, “Bad Blood” by John Carreyrou, “Killers of the Flower Moon” by David Grann, “The Death of Sybil Bolton” by Dennis McAuliffe Jr., “MS-13” by Steven Dudley, “The Organ Thieves” by Chip Jones, “Dancing with the Octopus” by Debora Harding, “We Keep the Dead Close” by Becky Cooper, “Furious Hours” by Casey Cep, “The Feather Thief” by Kirk Wallace Johnson, “Nut Jobs” by Marc Fennell, “The Book of Atlantis Black” by Betsy Bonner, and “Dopeworld” by Niko Vorobyov.
A conversation with Leah Johnson, author of YOU SHOULD SEE ME IN A CROWN
Seira Wilson talks to debut author Leah Johnson about her new Young Adult novel, which is Reese Witherspoon's debut Young Adult Book Club pick. In the book, Johnson asks Who is prom for? And what does it represent? And we meet Liz Lightly, a queer Black girl who is trying to navigate life.
The Best Books of 2020 So Far
Every year, around the middle of the year, the Amazon editors pick their favorite books from January through June. Titles discussed in this podcast include Oona Out of Order by Margarita Montmomore, Pretty Things by Janelle Brown, Things in Jars by Jess Kidd, The Girl With the Louding Voice by Abi Dare, The Mercies by Kiran Millwood Hargrave, Writers and Lovers by Lily King, and The Hour of Fate by Susan Berfield.
A Conversation with Christopher Beha, author of the novel THE INDEX OF SELF-DESTRUCTIVE ACTS
Chris Schluep talks to Christopher Beha, novelist and editor of Harper's.
Here are some of the books the Amazon editors are excited about this summer.
A Decade of #1 Picks
The editors look back at their selections for best book of the year; we discuss why we picked them and which ones we think people will still be talking about ten years from now.
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Amazon Book Review Podcast
I enjoy listening and have purchased a few of the recommendations.
However, the group needs to stop talking over each other. I have missed
hearing titles of books because of this.
Good podcast, one recommendation
Try not to talk at the same time, particularly when naming the title. I couldn’t understand it because one of you expressed approval before the other finished stated the title
Please add the show notes. I listen while walking and don’t want to have to playback and write down later.