Style Book Club: 8 Novels We’ve Loved This Month

Heya bookworms!

By Natalie McGowan | 28th March 2024

What a month it’s been, dear readers! Welcome back to the Style Book Club, where we reflect on our favourite finds of the month. Lately, the office has been abuzz with lively discussions, recommendations, and book swaps, meaning we’ve been diving head-first into a bunch of page-turning, literary gems that we couldn’t wait to share with you. From poignant memoirs to gripping thrillers, our reading list has been as diverse as it is delightful.

Get a load of what we’ve been reading in our list below.

All That’s Left Unsaid

By Tracey Lien

This book grabs you right from the get-go, pulling you into a rollercoaster of emotions with characters you feel like you’ve known forever. Set in 1996 Cabramatta, it’s like a time machine to a not-so-distant past filled with discrimination and hate crimes against Asian Australians. But amidst the heartbreak, there’s an undeniable charm to the storytelling that keeps you hooked until the very end. It’s not just a novel; it’s a conversation starter that’ll stick with you long after you’ve put it down. – Kathryn, Stylist + Creative Coordinator


By Mona Awad

A dark and twisty part-satire, part-thriller novel – think Mean Girls but creepier. You’ll either love or hate this book… it’s chaotic, weird, and quite frankly, pretty cult-like and gory. It certainly wasn’t a usual pick for me, but I couldn’t put it down! – Courtney, Creative Director

The DallerGut Dream Department Store

By Miye Lee, translated by Sandy Joosun Lee

This has to be one of the most unique books I’ve ever read. A fantastical novel translated from Korean, this is about a store that sells dreams in our collective subconscious. A fascinating concept, this book feels like a warm, comforting hug as it explores this world. It has no particular plot or climax and just explores the setting and intriguing concept of dreams. Sounds weird (I know) but trust me, it’s great! – Bianca, Digital Writer

Conversations With Friends

By Sally Rooney

Whilst I am typically a lover of all things cheesy romance, Conversations With Friends felt like a nice switch-up to something more mature, covering deeper topics surrounding modern-day relationships. A great read for when you feel like diving into something more down-to-earth. – Eden, Social Media Intern

A Very Punchable Face

By Colin Jost

I read this memoir within a few days because it was so poignant and hilarious. To me, there’s nothing better than a collection of incredibly relatable personal essays. – Lauren, Senior Journalist

Good Material

By Dolly Alderton

Unbelievably awesome read. This was such a sweet and hilariously relatable book about a completely normal subject – breakups. The characters are so well-written, lovable, frustrating, and imperfect. – Montana, Senior Social Media Coordinator

Being Mortal

By Atul Gawande

I’d be lying if I said this book didn’t induce an existential crisis – because it did. Nonetheless, it’s a must-read and speaks on the importance of not just living in good health, but living a good life. – Stamatina, Social Media Coordinator


By Andrew O’Hagan

This book was a short, easy read that really packed a punch. An emotional, moving, nostalgic story about male friendships and enduring relationships, it definitely got me in the feels! – Natalie, Digital Journalist

By Natalie McGowan Office DJ and serial online shopper, Natalie’s idea of self care is watching reality TV and getting a spontaneous tattoo.



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