Books I Recommend You Read [September]

Monday, September 25, 2017

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Another month of some amazing books, including new releases for Fall! Enjoy!

Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed 

This is an interesting science fiction read about a place where daughters come to fruition and are bred to make babies and when your job is done you can die. But there's a lot of twisted stuff that goes on and some badass girls that want to rebel. It's a very interesting book!

Mrs Fletcher by Tom Perrotta

Once again Tom Perrotta gives us a juicy novel about suburban life with a twist of scandal. Mrs. Fletcher explores her own fantasies while her son is away at college learning that he should tone it down with his. This is such a guilty pleasure of a read!

The Secrets She Keeps by Michael Robotham
WOW this was an awesome thriller about two women that are pregnant and become friends. But as the story unravels, one of them is lying and it's very twisted! Stolen babies, affairs, etc.

One of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus
This is a great young adult book about 4 high school students at the center of the death of another student. Everyone has a straight story but it still doesn't add up.  It's told through the perspective of each student.   Really great and easy read. 

Little Monsters by Kara Thomas
This is an amazing thriller of a fiction novel about a girl and her step siblings and how when one of her friends goes missing, she's at the center of it all.  I raced through this book with different evolving theories. It has a great ending as well!

All We Ever Wanted Was Everything by Janelle Brown

This book was so awesome and juicy, about a family that is breaking apart and when the oldest daughter comes to live back at home temporarily because of her own drama, she learns her other family members have just as much scandal as she does.

All We Have Left by Wendy Mills

This is an amazing book (fiction) that involves a few main characters in the times before and after 9/11.  A muslim girl goes to visit her dad at work when the towers fall, and she becomes trapped inside with a boy named Travis who dies.  Intermittently told in the present is the story of Jesse, sister of Travis, who is trying to figure out why her brother was at the towers the day he died. What an amazing read!

Love is the Higher Law by David Levithan

This is another fictional novel set in the days and months during and after 9/11.  It follows 3 teens as they cope with the tragedy in the city they live in and love so much.  It's a great read!

Miss You by Kate Eberlen
I loved this book. It's about two people that cross paths at 18 and then their lives keep intercepting where they run into each other without even knowing it. It covers their lives separately and the relationships and experiences they go through before finally meeting back up. 

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