September Book Releases

Hi, friends!

Here are the September book releases that I’m really looking forward to. Here are some of the books that I plan to watch out for at the library or book deals. My personal favorite place to look for reviews on new books is Kirkus Reviews. So on this post, I will include the book cover, link to the review, genre, audience, and brief comment from the Kirkus review. Maybe you will add some of these books to your list!

Our Shadows Have Claws: 15 Latin American Monster Stories edited by Yamile Saied Mendez and Amparo Ortiz

Genre: Horror

Audience: Young Adult

This bloodcurdling anthology soars. 

They Call Her Fregona by David Bowes

Genre: Verse novel

Audience: Middle Grade


The Weight of Blood by Tiffany D. Jackson

Genre: Horror

Audience: Young Adult

Horror done right.

The Family Izquierdo by Ruben Degollado

Genre: Short Stories

Audience: Adult

An instant Tejano classic.

Solito by Javier Zamora

Genre: Memoir

Audience: Adult

Beautifully wrought work that renders the migrant experience into a vivid, immediately accessible portrayal.

The Village Idiot by Steve Stern

Genre: Historical Fiction

Audience: Adult

An outstanding portrait by a writer at the top of his form.

Lungfish by Meghan Gilliss

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult

As startling and intense as the windswept landscape the book depicts.

The Silent Stars Go By by Sally Nicholls

Genre: Historical Fiction

Audience: Young Adult

A textured historical romance that is far more than the sum of its parts.


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