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November Book Releases

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Hi, friends!

Here are the November 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!

Foster by Claire Keegan

Genre: Literary Fiction

Audience: Adult

A heartbreaking but deeply humane story about parents and children.

Tread of Angels by Rebecca Roanhorse

Genre: Historical Fantasy

Audience: Adult

A superb dark fantasy.

We All Want Impossible Things by Catherine Newman

Genre: Horror

Audience: Literary Fiction

A warm and remarkably funny book about death and caregiving that will make readers laugh through their tears.

The Factory Girls by Michelle Gallen

Genre: Literary Fiction

Audience: Adult

A sensationally entertaining novel that’s deeper than it first appears.

I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki by Baek Schee

Genre: Memoir

Audience: Adult

At once personal and universal, this book is about finding a path to awareness, understanding, and wisdom.

White Horse by Erika T. Wurth

Genre: Thriller

Audience: Adult

An engrossing modern horror story that blends the power of Indigenous spiritualism with earthly terrors.

Gilded Mountain by Kate Manning

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult

Manning’s historical fiction entertains and instructs.

None of This Would Have Happened if Prince Were Alive by Carolyn Prusa

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult

A story that explores how individual identity and happiness can be unintentionally misplaced in marriage and motherhood.

Meredith, Alone by Claire Alexander

Genre: Fiction

Audience: Adult

An optimistic, feel-good novel that might just soothe some post-Covid angst. romance that is far more than the sum of its parts.

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