132 episodes

Writer Kait and librarian Renata read bestselling books in an attempt to understand their appeal and, barring that, to become the Crow and Servo of the book world. New episodes every other Monday. Visit WorstBestsellers.com for our readers advisory booklists and other fun stuff.

The Worst Bestsellers Worst Bestsellers

    • Arts
    • 4.7, 247 Ratings

Writer Kait and librarian Renata read bestselling books in an attempt to understand their appeal and, barring that, to become the Crow and Servo of the book world. New episodes every other Monday. Visit WorstBestsellers.com for our readers advisory booklists and other fun stuff.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
247 Ratings

247 Ratings

castellanoshill ,

Highly Entertaining

One of my favorite book podcasts because of the great chemistry between the hosts. The episodes are loosely structured into sections (general synopses, discussing what does and doesn't work, and usually several games at the end). Their discussions stick to the subject while remaining very naturalistic (nothing feels too robotic or overly written out), all of which makes for a very enjoyable listening experience.

KateNY1 ,

Funny book reviews

I love their leftist propaganda and vocal fry! The book reviews are good too. I laugh at the really bad ones and have actually found some recommendation from the surprisingly ok ones (like Queen Nora Roberts.)

reveiwer #13 ,

It’s alright

I came to this podcast looking for a good book chat but instead I got this. I think there are some good points and jokes, but I hate how political they get. I'm a moderate so I really find myself mentally debating them. ( I am an entp so that might just be me). The audio is not great. I feel like with podcasts you have to have a better sound quality to make up for the lack of visuals. All in all this is an okay podcast but I have heard better.

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