Book Love: 20 Hot Book Debuts

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If you are in need of some book inspiration, check out this list of book debuts from GoodReads. There is sure to be something on here to add to your “Must Read” list! And if we don’t have it here in our library you can use the Interlibrary loan system to borrow it from another library. Or we always like new book suggestions!

The 20 Hottest Debuts of the Season

Posted by Cybil on August 06, 2018

Rejoice, readers! We’re in debut season—that time of year when publishing houses tend to print a delightfully large number of new writers. And this year, between July and September, is proving to be a goldmine of authors to discover.

If you’re in the mood for historical fiction, Heather Morris’ World War II love story The Tattooist of Auschwitz is already an international hit. Or perhaps your reading will take you to Colombia during the time of drug lord Pablo Escobar’s reign in Fruit of the Drunken Tree.

For readers looking for some fantasy, check out The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock, set in 18th-century London, or head deep into a magical forest with the adult fairy tale The Sisters of the Winter Wood. For a dash of magical realism, turn to She Would Be King, a fantastical take on Liberia’s formation.

There’s also some dystopia (Vox), an evil child (Baby Teeth), and a war hero-turned-bank robber-turned debut author’s gritty first novel (Cherry). In short, you’re bound to find a book for whatever reading mood you’re in.

The Tattooist of AuschwitzThe Sisters of the Winter WoodOhioShe Would Be King
Original article from Goodreads.com

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