September Releases: Books Galore!

This month is chalk full of amazing releases, from fantastical journeys to harrowing World War II dramas, be ready for some amazing reads!


Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs: Sept. 3rd

Written as a collection of fairy tales, Riggs dives back into the Peculiar world sharing secrets behind the rich world of the most beloved Peculiars. I still haven’t dived into the series, but this may be the perfect place to start, y’all know I love a good fairy tale! (192 Pages)


The Ballroom by Anna Hope: Sept. 6th

Set during the 1911 summer heat-wave, The Ballroom is a “tale of unlikely love and dangerous obsession, of madness and sanity, and of who gets to decide which is which.” A true lover’s tale in the midst of an insane asylum, how intriguing! (320 Pages)


The Mischling by Affinitiy Konar: Sept. 6th

Revealing one of the darkest stories in human history, Mischling defies all expectations “to show us the way toward ethereal beauty, moral reckoning, and soaring hope.” A World War II story unlike any I’ve read, the novel tells the tale of twin sisters from the unknown terrors they’re subjected to as part of the experimental population of Auschwitz to regaining their freedom. This is a must-read. (352 Pages)


A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles: Sept. 6th

Following the life of Count Alexander Rostov, the novel takes place in 1922 when the Count was deemed “unrepentant” and sentenced to house arrest in the Metropol, the grand hotel across from the Kremlin. As the world goes by and Russian history unfolds before him, Count Rostov is forced to watch it all from the tiny attic room in which he’s forced to reside. (448 Pages)


Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter: Sept. 20th

Vassa in the Night gives the Russian fairy tale, Vassilissa the Beautiful, new life. Retold in modern day Brooklyn, Vassa has one last gift from her late mother: the magical, tough-talking doll, Erg. Together, they’ll need sharp wits and a cunning ferocity to break the witch’s curse and save the neighborhood. (304 Pages)


The Queen of Blood by Sarah Beth Durst: Sept. 20th

While I’m hesitant to read another “The Queen of X” novel, The Queen of Blood is getting amazing reviews. A coming of age, high fantasy novel about a young woman, Daleina, who must learn to control the hostile spirits that rule the land. (368 Pages)


A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess: Sept. 20th

Set in Victorian London, A Shadow Bright and Burning follows the story of Henrietta Howel as she learns to harness her power, but as bloodthirsty demons threaten humanity, she must risk it all to save the city she loves. This is my wild-card for the month – the premise is intriguing, but between the love triangle and “set up to fail” plot line, it could be a bust.(416 Pages)


The Fever Code by James Dashner: Sept. 27th

Finally, everything will be revealed in Dashner’s new prequel to the Maze Runner series!! I finally finished The Death Cure last week, so I can’t wait to get my hands on this one! Where did all the Gladers come from? And how did Thomas get involved? And Theresa, should he have trusted her the whole time?? (304 Pages)

What new releases are you looking forward to?


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