Download, read, and vote for your favorite September titles for the September 2021 LibraryReads list!
Votes due August 1!
“A novel of capacious intelligence and plenty of page-turning emotional drama.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“As always, Rooney challenges and inspires.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
A story told in the spirit of A Discovery of Witches, THE ORPHAN WITCH is about the sisterhood of magic and how one woman’s quest to find her place in the world will ultimately be what saves her.
“An unhappy British couple attempt to rekindle the magic with a weekend trip to a remote spot in Scotland… This complicated gothic thriller of dueling spouses and homicidal writers is cleverly plotted and neatly tied up.”–Kirkus Reviews
“This character-driven exploration of people’s darkest flaws is a sterling example of Cleeves’ formidable talents.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“Escandón returns with a rollicking and hilarious family drama of telenovela-esque proportions that doubles as a fiery love letter to Los Angeles… This is by far one of the most endearing L.A. novels in recent memory.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Hunting delivers an enjoyable friends-to-lovers romance ignited by a lengthy recovery from a car accident… Hunting hits familiar notes but makes them sing, resulting in a predictable but charming love story. This is a solid pick for romance fans.”–Publishers Weekly
“With hordes of Instagram followers and a coveted spot in the first-year class at NYU, trust-funded Claudia Castro would seem to have it all. But her parents are divorcing, her sister’s life is a mess, and she herself has been subject to unwelcome attention in the media. And it gets worse: she’s left reeling after a drunken party by a sexual assault she barely remembers, and despite her efforts to find support, Claudia goes missing. From the author of INVISIBLE CITY, an Edgar finalist for Best First Novel.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert
“The latest by Lambda Literary Award winner Klune is a winning story (slow-paced and heartwarming) about grief, loss, and moving on. Readers will cry and be charmed by his wonderful characters.”–Library Journal
“This masterful horror novel packs an emotional wallop that lingers.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Disguising itself as a straightforward serial killer story, this strikingly original work quickly evolves into a more special story. It will push readers to their limit, but also make them glad they stuck it out.”–Library Journal, starred review