Hey Bin­go Play­ers! We know choos­ing which book to read is some­times super hard. That’s why we are rec­om­mend­ing the­se books to you! Each clus­ter of books will cross off the list­ed square. Have more sug­ges­tions? Make sure to share them on our face­book page!


Slaugh­ter­house Five by Kurt Von­negut; One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey; Har­ry Pot­ter by J.K. Rowl­ing; To Kill a Mock­ing Bird by Harper Lee; The Gold­en Com­pass by Philip Pull­man; The Perks of Being a Wall­flow­er by Stephen Chbosky; Fahren­heit 451 by Ray Brad­bury; The Handmaid’s Tale by Mar­garet Atwood; A Wrin­kle In Time by Made­line L’Engle; The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien




The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde; The Bone Sea­son by Saman­tha Shan­non; The Blade Itself by Joe Aber­crom­bie; The Magi­cians by Lev Gross­man; Shad­ow & Bone by Leigh Bar­duco; The Strain by Guiller­mo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan; Wolf Hall by Hilary Man­tel; Red Ris­ing by Pierce Brown; Seraphi­na by Rachel Hart­man; The Light­ning Thief by Rick Rior­dan




The Bloody Cham­ber by Ange­la Carter; Dou­ble Fea­ture by Owen King; Vam­pires In the Lemon Grove by Karen Rus­sell; St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves by Karen Rus­sell; Switch Bitch by Roald Dahl; Trig­ger Warn­ing by Neil Gaiman; Hans Chris­tian Ander­sen Fairy Tales; Night Shift by Stephen King; My Moth­er She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me, by Kate Bern­heimer; Girl In the Flam­ma­ble Skirt by Aimee Ben­der



Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card; Ready Play­er One by Ernest Cline; Ancil­lary Jus­tice by Ann Leck­ie; Dune by Frank Her­bert; Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Hein­lein; Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Dou­glas Adams; The Mar­tian Chron­i­cles By Ray Brad­bury; Red Ris­ing by Pierce Brown; A Wrin­kle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle; The Tele­por­ta­tion Acci­dent by Ned Beau­man; The Drag­onrid­ers of Pern by Anne McCaf­fery; Fahren­heit 451 by Ray Brad­bury; Cat’s Cradle by Kurt Von­negut



Mys­tery L.A. Con­fi­den­tial by James Ell­roy; Mur­der on the Ori­ent Express by Agatha Christie; The Silk­worm by Robert Gal­braith; The Mal­te­se Fal­con by Dashiell Ham­mett; Mur­der Must Adver­tise by Dorothy Say­ers; The Hounds of Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; The Oth­er Typ­ist by Suzan­ne Rindell; The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde; The No.1 Ladie’s Detec­tive Agen­cy by Alexan­der McCall Smith; Pitts­burgh Noir



NOS4A2 by Joe Hill; Salem’s Lot by Stephen King; The Haunt­ing of Hill House by Shirley Jack­son; Night Shift by Stephen King; I Am Leg­end by Richard Math­eson; Haunt­ed by Chuck Palah­niuk; World War Z by Max Brooks; And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie; Dark Places by Gillian Fly­nn; The Portable Edgar Allen Poe




Preacher; Watch­men; Y: The Last Man; Fables; V for Vendet­ta; Sand­man; Final Cri­sis; Saga; Black Hole; The Filth




The Goldfinch by Don­na Tartt; The Road by Cor­mac McCarthy; Amaz­ing Adven­tures of Kava­lier and Clay by Michael Chabon; To Kill a Mock­ing­bird by Harper Lee; All the Light We Can­not See by Antho­ny Doerr; The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam John­son; The Brief Won­drous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz; Gilead by Mar­i­lyn­ne Robin­son; Mid­dle­sex by Jef­fery Eugenides



Yes, Please! by Amy Poehler; Fear and Loathing at Rolling Stone by Hunter S. Thomp­son; Let­ters by Kurt Von­negut; Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer; Andrew Carnegie by David Nasaw; Heart­break­ing Work of Stag­ger­ing Genius  by David Eggers



Ancil­lary Jus­tice by Ann Leck­ie; The City & The City by Chi­na Mieville; The Grave­yard Book by Neil Gaiman; The Yid­dish Policeman’s Union by Michael Chabon; Jonathan Strange & Mr Nor­rell by Susan­na Clarke; Amer­i­can Gods by Neil Gaiman; Har­ry Pot­ter and the Gob­let of Fire by J.K. Rowl­ing; Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card; Neu­ro­mancer by William Gib­son; Dune by Frank Her­bert




Lit­tle Wom­en by Louisa May Alcott; Dublin­ers by James Joyce; Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger; The Great Gats­by by F. Scott Fitzger­ald; Pride and Prej­u­dice by Jane Austen; Fahren­heit 451 by Ray Brad­bury; Drac­u­la by Bram Stok­er; Slaugh­ter­house-Five by Kurt Von­negut; The Count of Mon­te Cristo by Alexan­dre Dumas; 1984 by George Orwell



100 years of Soli­tude by Gabriel Gar­cía Márquez (Columbia); Handmaid’s Tale by Mar­garet Atwood (Canada); Les Mis­er­ables by Vic­tor Hugo (France); Anna Karen­i­na by Leo Tol­stoy (Rus­sia); The Alchemist by Paulo Coel­ho (Brazil); Boy Snow Bird by Helen Oyeyemi (Britain); Pur­ple Hibis­cus by Chi­ma­man­da Ngozi Adichie (Nige­ria); The Book Thief by Markus Zusak (Aus­tralia); The Unbear­able Light­ness of Being by Milan Kun­dera (Czech Repub­lic); The Girl with the Drag­on Tat­too by Stieg Larsson (Swe­den)



Amer­i­can Gods by Neil Gaiman; The Drag­onrid­ers of Pern by Anne McCaf­fery; Some­thing Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Brad­bury; Beau­ty by Robin McKin­ley; The Gold­en Com­pass by Philip Pull­man; Ink­heart by Cor­nelia Funke; The Magi­cians by Lev Gross­man; The Girl Who Cir­cum­nav­i­gat­ed Fairy Land by Cath­eryn­ne M. Valen­te; The Name of the Wind by Patrick Roth­fuss; Jonathan Strange & Mr. Nor­rell by Susan­na Clarke




The Out­siders by S.E. Hin­ton; The Maze Run­ner by James Dash­n­er; Phan­tom Toll­booth by Nor­ton Juster; The Strange and Beau­ti­ful Sor­rows of Ava Laven­der by Leslye Wal­ton; Con­ver­sion by Kather­ine Howe; Crap King­dom by DC Pier­son; The Blue Sword by Robin McKin­ley; The Hunger Games by Suzan­ne Collins; Tuck Ever­last­ing by Natal­ie Bab­bitt; Lord of the Flies by William Gold­ing



In Defense of Food by Michael Pol­lan; Pok­ing a Dead Frog by Mike Sacks; Men­tal Foss’ For­bid­den Knowl­edge; My Drunk Kitchen by Han­nah Hart; The Back­yard Home­stead by Car­leen Madi­gan; How McGruff and the Cry­ing Indi­an Changed Amer­i­ca by Wendy Melil­lo; Drink­ing, Smok­ing and Screw­ing by Sara Nick­les; The Omnivore’s Dilem­ma by Michael Pol­lan;  Amer­i­can Grown by Michelle Oba­ma



What Ever Hap­pened to Baby Jane? by Hen­ry Far­rell; Fear and Loathing in Las Veg­as by Hunter S. Thomp­son; Catch-22 by Joseph Heller; I Cap­ture the Castle by Dodie Smith; Lit­tle Wom­en by Louisa May Alcott; The Curi­ous Case of Ben­jam­in But­ton by F. Scott Fitzger­ald; Won­der Boys by Michael Chabon; To Kill a Mock­ing­bird by Harper Lee; Star­dust by Neil Gaiman; The Road by Cor­mac McCarthy


So, what do you think?