Book clubs in London

Below you'll find every active listing we have for book clubs and readers in London

All listings in London

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Added 5 days ago

Atulhi (London)

Hi I am Atul from India city Indore and I love reading non fiction books and also I am a part of book reading club in indore .I am here for couple of days so thought to have interaction with like-minded people here in Wembley

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Added 9 days ago

aidan90c (London)

I'm Aidan from North-west London (Kensal Rise). I'm really into reading and love exploring all sorts of genres, from classics to contemporary fiction and non-fiction. I'm looking to join a book club because I think discussing books with others makes the whole reading experience even better. It's great to hear different perspectives and get new book recommendations. I also enjoy meeting new people and think a book club would be a fun way to connect with others who share my love for reading.

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Added 13 days ago

Su (London)

Never joined a book club before so this is a first. I WFH so I would love to be able to get out of the house more and meet like-minded people who are passionate about books and anything bookish related. I'm a Black Muslim Woman so it would be great to meet people of similar background but I'm open to everyone from all walks of life. I enjoy fantasy, historical fiction, literary fiction (speculative, translated), sci-fi. I would love to indulge in other people's thoughts and views about books they have read and discuss till we're dry in the mouth.

Su recommends:

One Left
by Kim Soom | Buy this book
It is a hard book to stomach but important for understanding the levels of unimaginable cruelty the "comfort women" (Korean girls) were subjected under Imperial Japan.
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Added 14 days ago

Kate (London)

Looking to join a book club (fiction and non-fiction) in central London.

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Added 15 days ago

Jenni (London)

Missing being in a book group since moving to central London 6 years ago. Two local ladies and I would like to start a book group (fiction and non-fiction). Anyone local to Farringdon / Clerkenwell want to join us?

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Added 18 days ago

Nadz (London)

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Added 20 days ago

Giordan Latham (London)

Lover of fantasy, thriller and mystery books. Also enjoy a historical fiction and a good YA book. Looking to find people to read and chat with

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Added 21 days ago

Bookish (London)

Hi I love reading and am a huge advocate of reading for pleasure. I would love to have the chance to discuss books that I have read.

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Added 26 days ago

DT (London)

Hello! I'm an avid reader with a keen interest in science, history, and philosophy. I love books that expand my knowledge and offer new perspectives on subjects I previously knew little about. I also enjoy historical narratives, always seeking to understand the world and our context better. I'm excited to join a book club to share insights and discover new thought-provoking reads

DT recommends:

If Nietzsche Were a Narwhal by Justin Gregg
If Nietzsche Were a Narwhal
by Justin Gregg | Buy this book
It explores how non-human animals perceive the world and compares their cognitive abilities with humans. It argues that humans' intellectual traits, which we consider superior, might actually lead to our self-destruction, while simpler animal cognition might be more effective for survival. The book blends humor, philosophy, and science to challenge our understanding of intelligence and suggests that humans' cognitive complexities aren't necessarily the pinnacle of evolution but a different, sometimes problematic path. I like it fresh perspective on survival and intelligence. It makes me feel very grounded.
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Added 28 days ago

BeginnerReader2003 (London)

Hi I'm a university student looking to get into reading and trying to be consistent with it. I enjoy reading but find it difficult to get myself to sit down for a long time to actually read. I'd like the accountability that a book club with give me and I'd also love to meet other people who are interested in reading.

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Added 29 days ago

Amy (London)

25F based in South London (Wandsworth Borough). I want to start a local book club but have no idea where to start, so I thought I'd post here! I love books but need the kind of motivation to read that a book club would give me. I am into general fiction, mystery, fantasy, sci-fi, contemporary, classics and open to anything else. Some of my favourite books are The Secret History, Lonely Castle in the Mirror and The Kite Runner. Also love weird books like Bunny by Mona Awad. If you are relatively local and want to help start a book club/already have one let me know !!

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Vickytemps (London)

Looking to add some variety to my reading, but an avid fan of thrillers, fantasy and sometimes a good biography.

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Erge (London)

Interested in connecting with people who are in turn interested in expanding horizons through reading - either fiction or non-fiction. Am interested in psychoanalysis, philosophy, poetry, literary criticism but also great fiction…

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Cia (London)

I love fantasy, romance & adventure novels! Looking for a reading group in which we can start reading new novels together maybe some I’ve never heard of just to expand my horizons! :)

Cia recommends:

Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Delirium
by Lauren Oliver | Buy this book
This book makes you feel as if you’re another character in this dystopian society. It’s full of excitement, curiosity, romance, rebellion.
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Ryan (London)

Looking to rediscover my love for reading and what better than a book club to help me.

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Yunis (London)

22 year old recent graduate looking for a reading group or just to meet/discuss with like-minded people. I usually read literary fiction, modern fiction, memoirs and romance. However, I’m open to various genres and would like to expand my horizons so recommend me something out there lol

Yunis recommends:

What Are you Going Through by Sigrid Nunez
What Are you Going Through
by Sigrid Nunez | Buy this book
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Jamie (London)

30-year old reader from Lewisham looking to expand my reading habits and meet new people/make friends. Lots of thoughts about books and very keen to hear others' thoughts. Hoping for something fairly regular.

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Fiona (London)

Looking for a monthly boom club to join!

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Georgia (London)

In my early 20s looking to meet some new people and chat about some books. Love book’s about normal people (inc. normal people) as well as a non fiction book!

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xvoks (London)

I am a 23 year old who used to love reading as a child but slowly stopped making time for it over the years. Looking for a way to get back into reading that keeps me accountable and also to meet new people. I currently read a lot of self improvement books but open to anything.

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