TBR Book Club 2019 Catalog Now Online

The TBR Book Club 2019 Catalog, which was included with subscribers’ print copy of the November/ December 2018 issue, is now online! Whether you’re looking for holiday gifts or setting up your own 2019 reading list, you’re sure to find something in the plethora of products in this 32-page catalog to suit any friends or family interested in real history. The catalog includes dozens of new products as well as many titles rescued from the “book-burners” at Amazon and Lulu and brought back into print by TBR.

But you must hurry and order by phone or online ASAP to receive your gifts by Christmas. Our usual low S&H charges apply to catalog purchases, depending on how quickly you need items delivered:

DOMESTIC Media Mail: Orders up to $50: $5; From $50.01 to $100: $10; Over $100: $15.

DOMESTIC Priority Mail: Double the above charges.

For overnight rates or for rates to ship to addresses outside the U.S., please call us for rates.

Order any of the products in this catalog by calling (202) 547-5586 or (877) 773-9077 toll free to charge, Monday through Thursday, 9-5 Eastern time. Order by mail from TBR, 16000 Trade Zone Avenue, Unit 406, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774.

You may also place your order online at BarnesReview.org, where all of these products are also available: Click here to go to the Barnes Review Book Club online.

TBR Christmas Gift Subscription Special


Of course, you can’t go wrong with the gift of a subscription to The Barnes Review magazine, and now you can SAVE 50% off the normal cost with our 2019 gift subscription: Only $28 for a full year of our bi-monthly magazine delivered to a U.S. address!

Don’t forget, if you would like The Barnes Review to send a gift postcard in your name letting your gift recipient know the next issue of TBR is coming, please type “Send gift card” in the “Additional information/Order notes” box on the checkout billing page.


Best of all, whether you purchase products from our catalog or magazine subscriptions, your purchase helps ensure TBR starts the new year on a stronger footing, ready and able to continue bringing history into accord with the facts throughout 2019 . . . just as we’ve done in every issue since our founding in 1994.

From all of us at The Barnes Review, thank you for your continued support! We wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

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