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Best Books is coming out this month

Best Books is coming out this month

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It’s September! The children are back in school, the leaves change, and you go from reading outside next to a quantity of water to reading inside under a cozy blanket with a good cup of tea. Maybe it’s also time to put your bright, summery beach readings aside and reach out for something with a little more meat, something a little darker, maybe something creepy with witches in it? But who knows, it’s too early to start looking at some winter holiday novels? Guess what? It’s never too early.

Literally hundreds of books are published every month – how do you even know how or where to start? We have you. We sift through all the piles and piles of new readings and find the best ones and then pass that knowledge on to you: the most awaited books by our favorite authors, the exciting new debuts and everything in between.

Here are our best new fiction choices for September 2021:

This absurd satire is for anyone who has ever been on a Slack channel at work, anyone who has had to work from home, and anyone who likes a good laugh. Readable in a meeting, More people are writing introduces us to a small PR company where all the drama unfolds in the work app, especially for Gerald, a middle-level guy whose consciousness is somehow caught online. Told completely in Slack messages and filled with emojis, this is a quick and fun ride.

Released September 1


Lisa Jewel is known for her amazing thrillers, and The night she disappeared supposed to be her best to date. In it, she deftly weaves three separate timelines from three different POVs and three different years that are seemingly incoherent and independent until the moment they are not. Focused on the disappearance of a young mother and her boyfriend, this book will have you glued to it until you finally know what happened and why.

Released September 7


Okay, this may be the perfect fall book. It’s a rich, dark multi-generation family drama, the writing is velvety and lyrical, and it has great witches / magical realism vibes. The story is about the matriarch Orquídea Divina, who certainly has some supernatural powers that she does not discuss. When she passes on her magical ways to her relatives, everything works well until a malevolent force appears and tries to undo everything. This supernatural fantasy takes place in both the United States and Ecuador and must not be missed.

Released September 7


The premise is pretty basic: two young women move to New York City and dive into city life, complete with low-wage jobs, lots of striving, and lots of partying. But while there is not much of a plot, there is plenty of ambiance, and readers have enjoyed this light, fun, and entertaining read that you will frolic in a few meetings. This lively debut has been compared to Clock jars, My year of rest and relaxation, and Sex in the city, but it is also something completely its own.

Released September 7


Do you sometimes want to run away to a convent where you summon the feminist forces deep inside you to create a completely female utopia? Boy, we have the book for you. From the fabulous Lauren Groff comes a piece of historical fiction that won’t let you tear yourself away from the pages until you’re done.

Released September 7


From the author of Big little lies comes another family drama and mystery that gets you hooked from the first pages. In Liane Moriarty’s latest efforts, we meet the Delaney family – Stan and Joy and their four grown children. They have all had lives of happiness and success until at night a stranger shows up at their door – and Joy disappears.

Released September 7


Everyone needs to read at least one novel about queer cyborg clones doing one last heist, right? In her debut novel, author Cassandra Khaw introduces us to the hassle, violent, feminist science fiction that can party with the best in the genre. If you’re looking for a wild ride, hop on over.

Released September 7


This is for the literary book nerds who like a challenge. The great Joy Williams is back with a new book after waiting for years to publish – and what she presents to us is the strange story of a girl named Khristen who struggles to survive and find herself in a dystopian future. Come to the thick foliage of sentences and thoughts and fantasy flights, stay for the strange mixture of despair from climate change and strange humor.

Released September 14


In this much talked about debut novel, Åkerström weaves the stories of three black women living in Stockholm. Although they all come from different backgrounds and live different lives, they are bound together by a white businessman – and by the color of their skin. This beautiful, powerful read just leaves us waiting to see what this exciting new writer will write next.

Released September 14


Okay, so we know a lot of fall readings can be dark and brooding — so here’s a feather-light rum com for your September TBR pile. IN Eight perfect hours, we meet Noelle and Sam, two people who happen to be caught in a snowstorm in Noelle’s car overnight. After the lovely evening, they part ways, but fate has another idea that the couple says goodbye. This happy, lovely, characteristic reading is hard not to read, and if you want to escape some doom and gloom, this is a good choice.

Released September 28


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