8 Books We Can’t Wait To Read This Fall
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Autumn is finally here to bless us with awesome books. Just like the summer, a few of these books are long, hot and weird – in the most ideal ways possible. We’ve updated our to-be-read lists with our most anticipated releases, and we practically cannot wait for them to come out.
Here are 8 books we can’t wait to read this fall:
Teenage misfits, Szu and Circe forge an intense bond after their meeting in 2003. In the interim, Amisa, Szu’s mom, known for her roles in various 70’s horror movies is slowly dying. A couple of years later, Circe has to generate a buzz revolving around the remakes of Amisa’s movies on social media, as part of her job. She lost contact with her friend years ago, but this job forces her to face memories of her past. Told with dark humor and a great new voice, Ponti explores the complexities of human relationships, and the impressions they leave behind.
The Real Lolita: The Kidnapping of Sally Horner and the Novel That Scandalized the World
Sally Horner, an 11-year-old was kidnapped by a workman named Frank La Salle in 1948. He pretended to be her father to the outside world, while constantly violating her in secret. Vladimir Nabokov released Lolita in 1955, a novel about a professor “seduced” by a 12-year-old girl. In The Real Lolita, Weinman compares the account of Horner’s lamentable life and untimely passing with the creation of one of the most popular books ever, arguing that one inspired the other. This book challenges a culture that privileges artistic genius over a kid’s life.
A forlorn lady, living in the attic of an English home in 1969, is drawn into the inebriating orbit of the exciting couple living downstairs. Bitter Orange is a dramatic novel of voyeurism and skullduggery.
Murakami’s fervent fan base will have an amazing world to get lost in this fall. This epic novel explores the story of a desolate portrait painter, who is drawn into a fantastical adventure.
The first story in this debut anthology focuses on the acquittal of a Caucasian who murdered five children with a chainsaw, outside a library. Emmanuel must go about his day, despite receiving this news, observing how his black skin comes across, calling to mind his dad’s words to him as a youngster, about knowing how to move and staying safe.
Brenyah’s collection explores injustice in America, conveyed in a way that makes it difficult to turn a blind eye.
A frustrated ex-writer, exploring post-2016 New York, teams up with a strange investigator, while tracking down her best friend’s missing daughter. Lethem, in this exploration of Trump’s America, offers a blend of masterful genre-bending and eccentric characters.
A Somali-Norwegian couple loses their kid first when he turns to jihadism, and then permanently when he dies in a suicide mission. Social and religious issues flare up when they take his child. This book investigates oft-propagandized issues with subtlety
This book takes a look at the aftermath of a powerful figure’s abuse, a year after the Me Too movement started. A woman is forced to confront her silence when a lady who had an affair with a Senator winds up dead.