Read, learn & have fun together

We've spent nearly 6 years helping 1000s of curious people accelerate their reading experience and connect with each other.

Whether you want to rekindle your love of non-fiction, form a lifelong habit, or turn book insights into action, we exist to help you up your reading game.

Learn from authors & experts on a huge variety of topics and regularly connect with a fun crowd who will keep you accountable.

Join a global community of lifelong learners.

Welcome to Rebel Book Club.

How it works


Join us, or gift, it takes just a few minutes. Choose a membership to fit your reading goals.


Every month members vote on a shortlist of 3 inspiring non-fiction books on a theme. We will then nudge you weekly to read the book & join the discussion.


You will be invited to our twice monthly creative digital meetups (not another zoom room). Plus local & global member matches, reading goals support & shared interest groups.

"RBC is the coolest book club. I have read 10x more since joining. But reading more is just the start of the benefits - there is a strong, highly engaged community of likeminded readers to discuss the current book, other books and interesting themes and topics with. Joining RBC is one of the best things I’ve done." - Frankie

As a club we've read a non-fiction book every month since May 2015 (that's 71 if you're counting). We help people accelerate and mix-up their reading habits and connect with all kinds of curious people. Since Covid hit we've moved our in-person meets online and welcome members from around the world. We cover a new theme each month with three short-listed books for members to vote on. Every week we have spin-off groups connecting around local city hubs and topics of interest including: climate, psychedelics, startups, writing, stoicism & spirituality. Individual members signup for 'rebel coffees' to make new connections and to improve reading accountability. We have twice-monthly meetups and are constantly experimenting with online platforms to keep the creativity and fun levels high. Strictly no zoom rooms. Last month we met on a virtual island.

Rebel Reads

Events & Meet-Ups

January: Rebel Read

The Art of Gathering by Priya Parker

We headed to 'Mibo Island' to put Priya's lessons into practise. 

Supporting: Second Tree

160 participants.

February: Campfire Chat

Feb 16th, 7pm GMT: Kendra Pierre-Louis x All We Can Save

“Women of all backgrounds—artists, writers, scientists, policy makers, and others—are at the forefront of climate action, and with this exquisite anthology, marine biologist Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and editor-in-chief of Project Drawdown, Dr. Katharine Wilkinson, bring their voices together.”

February: Rebel Read

The Life-Changing Magic of Numbers by Bobby Seagull

Teaming up with the man who can make anyone love Maths!

Supporting: Maths on Toast.

March: Campfire Chat

March 23rd, 7pm GMT

Enter the real life pirates. From healthcare to education to big business, mutiny in Manchester to the climate pirates of the Caribbean, How to Be More Pirate captures their applied wisdom & is a blueprint for causing good trouble.