Go Beyond the Book
Interactive author webcasts, podcast episodes, Goodreads Group, and updates on Facebook
More than their stories: go deeper into our featured novels with human rights backgrounds, author essays, and reflective questions
Take action with Amnesty as you find petitions related to the novels we read
Browse our online bookshelf of novels to select your next read
Emailed to your inbox each month, you’ll find book selections, author insights, discussion questions, Amnesty stories and human rights actions in these newsletter style and downloadable guides. Book Club Members receive, for free, this gorgeous publication. Go beyond the book and see another side to the story.
Keep Learning to Keep Engaging
Taking action by signing petitions pushes forward change. Learning more and engaging with a story on a deeper level helps to create even stronger human rights. Join us as we explore important human rights stories and moments. Each month we link our featured novel to an Amnesty action and online petition.
Tickets, Webcasts, Giveaways and more
When you become a member, you have first access to our webcast tickets for intimate conversations between leading writers – it’s like a literary festival streaming live into your home!
Joining the Book Club doesn’t just mean reading great books, it also means perks. From tickets to local events in your area to books we’re reading and other book-lover goodies, we’ve got great giveaways!
Conversations from the Book Club
“Amnesty International does such important work in healing those wounds in real life, and a book club to help draw attention to the issues of our nation and as a chance for people to meet and interact is such an excellent idea.” ~Joseph Boyden, Amnesty Book Club guest reader and featured author.
“We have a great capacity to not feel for those who are different than us. So we have to be vigilant … If the reader is open, if they are open and they are willing, they will hopefully have an insight into what it must have felt like.” ~ Yann Martel, Amnesty Book Club guest reader and featured author.
“A hundred million girls and women are missing from the population because of systemic infanticide and neglect, not just in India but other parts of Asia, central Europe … All of that human potential being lost. Forget the moral atrocity, which is the first thing that hits you, but our world w
ould be a different world if those hundred girls and women were not missing.” ~ Shilpi Somaya Gowda, author of Secret Daughter, shares insight into her writing during an Amnesty Book Club webcast.
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We look forward to reading with you!
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