New Releases September 2015 part 1

You know what is really hard if you don't have a favorite genre to read?
Or really read anything that sounds interesting?

There are huge amounts of books that just seem like the best thing ever and really should be read.


And the even bigger problem?


Every freaking week there are books coming out that sound fantastic and i can't wait to pick up and read. Only you know... i can't actually do that. Because i am not physical capable of reading all those books.


Still there are huge amounts of books coming out all the time that i am really excited about.


This is only for the first 7 days of September, because honestly there is a fudge amount of books coming out this month! I mean really! What are those publishers thinking, coming out with all those fantastic sounding books in one month?


Especially on the 1st? Why come out with such a huge amount of books on the same day and very few books throughout the rest of the month? Why not spread them out a bit? I don't understand! I mean i have a bucket-load (28!) of books on this post alone that come out on the first and those are only the books that i want to read! Holy cow!


I do hope that i will not have to make two posts of this kind every month, but honestly, who would care, right? More book posts! Always the best kind.



I have separated this post into to parts to make it easier on you -and myself when i look back on this post to see what i wanted to get my hands on!- in YA (and younger if there might ever be a book that would fit that) and adult books (including New Adult and "actual" Adult).


Other then those two categories, the only order is that i put them in order of release date.


But i thought that by separating the YA and adult stuff, i for one will not have to point out that there might be sex in the books, because honestly in most adult books that is just what happens now, because clearly there can't be a crime or thriller novel without it and still have a fantastic book! I mean sex! (Who ever came up with that should be shoot, just saying. Because there has to have been a time, where adult books where not only build around sex and were fantastic reads, so really people! You are capable of writing a good book without always including completely unnecessary sex scenes. That is if you are not an erotica. Then, please by all means. Sex away!)


What i am trying to say is that clearly the adult books might have adult content.



Without even further babble, here are the first two weeks most exciting releases of September:


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September 1st:


YA


Cut both ways by Carrie Mesrobian 


I have already talked a huge amount about this book on this blog. But it is coming out. And i preordered it. And honestly Amazon.de is sloooooooow in delivering pre-orders because i will get this book on the 10th. Yeah, i am not kidding. I want to move to a country where i get my pre-orders a day before the actual book comes out, as so many other people do!

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Summary: 
It took Will Caynes seventeen years to have his first kiss. He should be ecstatic ... except that it was shared with his best friend, Angus, while they were both drunk and stoned. Will's not gay, but he did sort of enjoy whatever it as he felt with Angus. Unsettled by his growing interest in Angus, Will avoids his friend, and even starts dating a sophomore, Brandy. When he's hooking up with her, he's totally into it, so he must be straight, right?
Then why does he secretly keep going back to Angus?

Confusing as Will's feelings are, they're a welcome distraction from his complicated home life. His father has started drinking earlier each day when he should be working on what seems like never-ending house renovations. And his mom -living in a McMansion with her new husband - isn't much help, just buying Will a bunch of stuff he doesn't need. Neither feels like much of a parent -which leaves Will on his own in figuring things out with his girlfriend and best friend. He loves them both, but deciding who to be with will intimately hurt someone. Himself probably the most. 


More information about this book can be found in this post, where i also explain why i want to read it. 




Queen of Shadows by  Sarah J Maas

This is a book that has been long waited for by a lot of people. Not necessary me, because i have not yet read this series. I started Throne of Glass. And i own the second and third book. And i preordered this book after starting this series. But it will not be here until the 10th. See a trend here with Amazon.de?


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Summary: 
Everyone clean Sardothien loves has been taken from her. But she#s at last returned to the empire -for vengeance, to rescue her once glorious kingdom , and to confront the shadows of her past ...
She will fight for her cousin, a warrior prepared to die just to see her again. She will fight for her friend, a young man trapped in a unspeakable prison. And she  will fight for her people, enslaved to a brutal king and awaiting their lost queen's triumphant return.



Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon 



This just sounds fantastic. And the cover is beautiful. And i can understand being allergic to a lot of things. So give me that book. Someday soon at least. 
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between

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Summary:
My disease is a rare as it is famous. Basically, I'm allergic to the world. I don't leave my house, have not left my house in seventeen years. The only people I ever see are my mom and my nurse, Carla. 
But then one day, a moving truck arrives next door. I look out my window, and I see him. He's tall, lean and waring all black -black T-shirt, black jeans, black sneakers, and a black knit cap that covers his hair completely. He catches me looking and stares at me. i stare right back. His name is Olly. 
Maybe we can't predict the future, but we can predict some things. For example, i am certainly going to falling love with Olly. It's almost certainly gigot to be a disaster.




Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman



This is a western. Enough said. 


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Summary: 

When Kate Thompson's father is killed by the notorious Rose Riders for a mysterious journal that reveals the secret location of a gold mine, the eighteen-year-old disguises herself as a boy and takes the gritty plains looking for answers and justice. What she finds are devious strangers, dust storms, and a pair of brothers who refuse to quit riding in her shadow. But as Kate gets closer to the secrets about her family, she gets closer to the truth about herself and must decide if there's room for love in a heart so full of hate.



A Whole new World by Liz Braswell

This is a retelling of Disney's Aladdin. And the title is fantastic. And the cover has something, i think. So what more reasons does one need?

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Summary: 
What if Aladdin had never found the lamp? This first book in the "A Twisted Tale" line will explore a dark and daring version of Disney's Aladdin. 

When Jafar steals the Genie's lamp, he uses his first two wishes to become sultan and the most powerful sorcerer in the world. Agrabah lives in fear, waiting for his trip and final wish. To stop the power-mad ruler, Aladdin and the deposed princess jAsmine must unite the people of Agrabah in rebellion. But soon their fight for freedom threats to tear the kingdom apart in a costly civil war. 



Hunter by Mercedes Lackey
This is the first in a new fantasy series . About monsters. I want it. 

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Summary
They came after the Disarray. Some were terrors ripped from our collective imaginations, remnants of every mythology across the world. And some were like nothing anyone had ever dreamed up, even in their worst nightmares. 
Monsters. 
Long ago, the barriers between our world and the Otherworld were ripped open, and it's taken centuries to bring back civilization in the wake of the catastrophe. Now, the luckiest Cits live in enclosed communities, behind walls that keep them safe from the hideous creatures fighting to break through. Others are not so lucky. 
To Joyeaux Chearmand, who has been a Hunter in her tight-knit mountain community since she was a child, every Cit without magic deserves her protection from danger Othersiders. Then she is called to Apex City, where the best Hunters are kept to protect the most important people. 




Your Voice is all I hear by Leah Scheier


This is a book about depression and how people fight it, the ones that have it and the ones that know a person that has it. I always like a book that deals with chronicle illnesses. And i want to read them. So no more reasons necessary to add this book to my wish list. 

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Summary: 
April won't let Jonah go without a fight. He's her boyfriend -her best friend. She'll do anything to keep him safe. But as Jonah slips into a dark depression, trying to escape the traumatic past that haunts him, April is torn. To protect Jonah, she risks losing everything: family, friends, and opportunity to attend a prestigious music school. How much must she sacrifice? And will her voice be loud enough to drown out the dissenters -and the ones in his head? 



Truest by  Jackie Lea Sommers

This is a debut novel, that is apparently about small-town love, big dreams and family drama.   I always want to read more debuts, especially if they are fun and still interesting. This book is supposed to have all that. So why not?

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Summary: 
Silas Hart has seriously shaken up Westlin Beck's small-town life. Brand-new to town, Silas is different from the guys in Green Lake. He's curious, poetic, philosophical, maddening -and really, really cute. But Silas has a sister -and she has a secret. And West has a boyfriend. And life in Green Lake is about to change  forever.




The Wanderers by Kate Ormand


This is a circus life story. And not just that but there are also special abilities. And orphaned children. And shape shifters. Who doesn't love those kind of mixture books?

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Summary: 
Flo lives an eccentric life - she travels with a popular circus in which the main acts star orphaned children with secret shape-shifting abilities. Once Flo turns sixteen, she must perform, but she's not ready. While practicing jumping a flaming hurdle in a clearing beside the circus, she spots a dark figure in the trees and fears he saw her shift. The news sends the circus into a panic. 
In Flo's world, shifters are unknown to humans with the exception of a secret organization -the EOS, referred to as "hunters". Hunters capture and kill. They send some shifters to labs for observation and testing -testing they don't often survive -and deem others useless, a danger to society, and eliminate them. To avoid discovery, shifters travel in packs, constantly moving and keeping themselves hidden. Up until now, the circus was the perfect disguise. 
Believing she has brought attention to the group, Flo feels dread and anxiety, causing her to make a mistake during her performance in front of the audience -a mistake that triggers a violent attack from the hunters. 





Infinite in Between by Carolyn Mackler


This is a book about the lives of five teenagers through the four years of high school. Apparently there are aspects similar to the Breakfast Club, so why not give this a try and see what a book looks like that follows 5 different characters over 4 years?

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Summary: 
Zoe, Jake, Mia, Gregor, and Whitney meet at freshman orientation. At the end of that first day, they make a promise to reunite after graduation. So much can happen in those in-between years... 
Zoe feels like she will live forever in her famous mother's shadow. Jake struggles to find the right connections in friendship and in love. Mia keeps trying on new identities, looking for one that actually fits. Gregor thought he wanted to be more then just a band geek. And Whitney seems to have it all, until it's all falling apart around her. 


The Dogs by Allan Stratton


This book sounds a bit like the movie "Enough" with Jennifer Lopez, but with supernatural aspects added to the mix. And the title is fantastic. 

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Summary: 
Mom and I have been on the run for years. Every time he catches up with us, we move to a new place and start over. 
But this place is different. 
This place is full of secrets. And they won't leave me alone. 






The Fix by Natasha Sinel
This book is apparently about the challenges we need to overcome and secrets. And who doesn't love books like that?

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Summary: 
Seventeen-year-old Macy lyons have been through something no one should ever have to experience. And she's dealt with it entirely alone. 
One the outside, she's got it pretty good. her family's well-off, she's dating the cute boy next door, she has penalty of friends, and although she long ago wrote her mother off as a superficial gym rat, she's thankful to have allies in her loving, laid-back dad and her younger brother. 
But a conversation with a boy at a party one night shakes Macy out of the carefully maintained complacency that has defined her life so far. The boy is Sebastian Ruiz, a recovering addict who recognizes that Macy is hardened by dark secrets. And as Macy falls for Sebastian, she realizes that, while revealing her secret could ruin her seemingly perfect family, keeping silent might just destroy her. 





The Foxglove Killings by Tara Kelly


This is a thriller/mystery crime book. Yes please. 

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Summary: 
Gramps always said that when the crickets were quiet, something bad was coming. And the crickets have been as silent as the dead. It started with the murdered deer in the playground, a purple foxglove in its mouth. But in the dying boondock town of Emerald Cove, life goes on. 
I work at Gramp's dinner, and the cakes -the entitled rich kids who vacation here- make our lives hell. My best friend Alex Pace, is the one person who gets me, and I'm starting to have more-than-friend feelings for him. Feelings i don't want to have. But he's changing. He's almost like a stranger now, keeping secrets and picking fights with the cakes.
Then one of the cakes disappears. 
When she turns up murdered, a foxglove in her mouth, a rumor goes around that Alex was the last person seen with her- and everyone but me believes it. Well, everyone expect my worst enemy, Jenika Shaw. When Alex goes missing, it's up to us to prove his innocence and uncover the true killer. But the truth will shatter everything I've ever known about myself -and Alex. 




Whippoorwill by Joseph Mooninger
This is a book that i have no idea what to expect from. I know that there is a very lovable black dog in it. But i also know that this book has the warning of violence and family issues. Still it sounds interesting, to read about a girl that finds a dog and  get an immediate connection with that animal. I can relate -well connecting with a dog, not the finding part. I want to read it.

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Summary: 
Sixteen-year-old Clair Taylor has neighbors who are what locals call whippoorwills, the kind of people who fill their yards with rusty junk. Clair tries to ignore her surrounding, choosing instead to dream of a future beyond her rural New Hampshire town. But, when a black dog named wally is changed up to a pole next door, Clair can't look the other way. Clair decides to save Wally, and the immediate connection she has with the lovable dog catches her off-guard, but even more surprising is her bond with light-year-old Danny Stewart, the boy next door. 




Are you still there by Sarah Lynn Scheerger

This is a book about bullying. I think that those are one of the most important topics -especailly in todays world- to write and talk about, with the huge amount of bullying that is happening. I want to read it because of that, and i hope that it might be a really good book about the topic, so that i have one that i can recommend on that topic. 

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Summary: 
Gabriella Mallory, AP student and perfect-daughter-in-training, stands barefoot on a public toilet for three hours while her school is on lockdown. Someone has planted a bomb and she is hiding. The bomb is defused but the would-be-bomber is still at large. 
And everyone at Central High school is a suspect. The school starts a top-secret scores help line and gab is invited to join. When she does, she is drawn into a suspenseful game of cat and mouse with the bomber, who has unfinished business. He leaves threatening notes on campus. He makes threatening calls to the help line. And then he begins targeting Gabi directly. 
Is it because her father is the lead police detective on the case? Is the bomber one of her new friends? Could it be her new boyfriend with his complicated past? As the story unfolds, Gabi knows she is somehow connected to the bomber. Even worse she is part of his plan. Can Gabi reach out and stop him? Or will she be too late?





Adult:


Purity by Jonathan Franzen
This is a book about someone that takes an internship in South America, trying to discover the secrets of the world and her origins. It is supposed to be a book about youthful idealism, extreme fidelity and murder. 

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Summary: 
Young Pip Tyler doesn't know who she is. She knows that her real name is Purity, that she's saddled with $130,000 in student debt, that she's squatting with anarchists in Oakland, and that her relationship with her other -her only family- is hazardous. But she doesn't have a clue who her father is, why her mother chose to live as a recluse with an invented name, or how she'll ever have a normal life. 
Enter the Germans. A glancing encounter with a German peace activist leads Pip to an internship in South America with The Sunlight Project, an organization that traffics in all the sectors of the world - including, Pip hopes, the secret of her origins.




The Drafter by Kim Harrison

This is the first book in a new series. About  a dystopian world in the future, where people are used as weapons and being able to influence the time. So in other words, a different take on the whole time-traveler situation. 

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Summary: 
Detroit 2030. Double-crossed by the person she loved and betrayed by the covert government organization that trained her to use her body as a weapon, Peri Reed is a renegade on the run. Don't forgive and never forget has always been Peri's creed. But her day job makes it difficult: she is a drafter, possessed of a rare, invaluable skill for alternating time, yet destined to forget both the history she changed and the history she rewrote. 




Did you Ever have a family by Bill Clegg


This is a debut novel and is supposed to be a stunning story about a circle of people who find a way to work through a horrific tragedy in the least likely places. That sounds pretty good. 

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Summary: 
On the eve of her daughter's wedding, June Reid's life is completely devastated when a shocking disaster takes the lives of her daughter, her daughter's fiancĂ©, her ex-husband and her boyfriend, Luke - her entire family, all gone in a moment. And June is the only survivor. 
Alone and directionless, June drives across the country, away from her small Connecticut town. In her wake, a community emerges, weaving a beautiful and surprising web of connections through shared heartbreak. 





Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho


This is another debut. This one with magic and some kind of British elite. Which sounds fascinating. And the cover is beautiful. 

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Summary: 
The Royal Society of Unnatural Philosophers, one of the most respected organizations throughout all of England, has long been tasked with maintaining magic within His Majesty's lands. But lately, the once proper institute has fallen  into disgrace, naming an altogether unstable gentleman -a freed slave who doesn't even have a familiar -as their Sorcerer Royal, and allowing England's once profuse stores of magic to slowly bleed dry. At least they haven't stooped so low as to allow women to practice what is obviously a man's profession. 




Girl waits with gun by Amy Stewart

This is a book about a different woman in 1914. has apparently powerful female characters and is a tale of violence, courage, stubbornness and resourcefulness  Tell me that doesn't sound good. 


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Summary: 
Constance Kopp doesn't quite fit the mold. She towers over most men, has no interest in marriage or domestic affairs and has been isolated from the world since a family secret sent her and her sisters into hiding fifteen years ago. One day a belligerent and powerful silk factory owner runs down their buggy, and a dispute over damages turns into a war of bricks, bullets and threats as he unleashes his gang on their family farm. When the sheriff enlists her help in convicting the men, Constance is forced to confront her past and defend her family -and she does it in a way that few women of 1914 would have dared. 





The Gilded Hour by Sara Donati
This is a book about two female doctors in the 19th century New York.  That is all i need to know to want to read it. 

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Summary: 
The year 1883, and in New York City, it's a time of dizzying splendor, crushing poverty, and tremendous change. With the gravity-defying Brooklyn Bridge nearly complete and new York in the grips of anti-vice crusader Anthony Comstock, Anna Savard and her cousin Sophie -bith graduates of the Woman's Medical School - treat the city's most vulnerable, even if doing so may put everything they've strived for in jeopardy. 






The Blue Between Sky and Water by Susan Abulhawa


This is a book about survival and vivid, powerful woman that manage to enlarge and enliven everyday. This is a book about now but is supposed to be timeless. Sounds great. Give it!

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Summary: 
Violently pushed from their ancient farming village of Beit Daras, a Palestinian family tries to reconstitute itself in a refugee camp in Gaza. The men here, those who have escaped prison or the battlefields, worry over making ends meet, tend their tattered pride, join the resistance. 
The women are left to be breadwinners and protectors, too. 
Nazmiyeh is the matriarch, the center of a household of sisters, daughters, granddaughters, whose lives threaten to spin out of control with every personal crisis, military attack, or political landline. Her bother's granddaughter Nur is stuck in America; her own daughter's son, traumatized in an Israeli assault, slips into another kind of exile; her daughter has cancer and no access to medicine. 
Their neighbor, the Beekeeper's wife, will extract the marijuana resin to shrink her tumor, but it is also Mazmiyeh's large heart and zest for life that heals, that will even call Nur back from the broken promise of America and set her on a new path. All Nazmiyeh's loved ones will return to her, and ultimately journey further to that place between the sky and water where all is as it once was, and where all will meet again.



The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie


A different  historical aspect of Louis XV, France's most "well-beloved" monarch and the women that made it into his heart and his bed. I always love a different view on history. And who doesn't love a nice French monarch story? And added to that, this is the first of a new historical Trilogy. I love those.

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Summary: 
Goodness, but sisters are a thing to fear. 
Court intriguers are beginning to sense that young King Louis XV, after seven years of marriage, is tiring of his Polish wife. The race is on to find a mistress for the royal bed as virus factions put their best food -and women- forward. The King's scheming ministers push Louise, the eldest of the aristocratic Nesle sisters into the arms of the King. Over the following decade, the four sisters -sweet, naive Louise; ambitious Pauline; complacent Diane, and cunning Marie Anne- will conspire, betray, suffer and triumph in a desperate fight for both love and power. 



The Middle of Somewhere by Sonja Yoerg


This is a book about a widow who hikes from Yosemite Valley into the wilderness of the John Muir Trail. I love a good "gone-hiking" story. 

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Summary: 
With her thirtieth birthday looming, Liz Kroft is heading for the hills -literarlly. Her emotional baggage weighs her down more than her backpack, but a three-week trek promises the solitude she craves -at least until her boyfriend, Dante, decides to tag along. His broad moral streak makes the prospect of confessing her sins more difficult, but as much as she fears his judgment, she fears losing him more. Maybe. 
They set off together alone under blue skies, but it's not long before storms threaten and two stranger brothers appear along the trail. Amid the jagged, towering peaks, Liz must decide whether to admit her mistakes and confront her fears, or face the trail, the brothers and her future alone. 




City of Echoes by Robert Ellis



This is the first of a new Detective series. 
I always love a good Detective book, and even series where i can really get to know the detective and work through his cases with him. So why not give this one a try?

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Summary: 
On Detective Matt Jones's first night working Homicide in LA, he's called to investigate a particularly violent murder case: a man has been gunned down in a parking lot off Hollywood Boulevard, his bullet-riddled body immediately pegged as the work of a serial robber who has been haunting the Strip for months. 
Driven by the grisliness of the killing, Jones and his hot-tempered partner, Denny Cabrera, jump headfirst into the investigation. But as Jones uncovers evidence that links the crime to a brutal, ritualized murder that occurred eighteen months prior, he begins to suspect that there's more going on beneath the surface. When Jones discovers shocking, deep-seated corruption; a high-level cover-up; and his own personal ties to the rising body count, he's no longer sure he can trust anyone, even himself. 


The Paris Key by Juliet Blackwell 


This is a book about Paris. I love Paris. I love books. That is about it. And the summary sounds interesting. I want to read it. 

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Summary: 
As a girl, Genevieve Martin spent the happiest summer of her life in Paris, learning the delicate art of locksmithing at her uncle's side. But since then, living back in the States, she has become more private, more subdued. She has been an observer of life rather than an active participant, holding herself back from those around her, including her soon-to-be-ex-husband. 
Paris never really left Genevieve, and, as her marriage crumbles, she finds herself faced with an incredible opportunity: return to the magical city of her youth to take over her late uncle's shop. But as she absorbs all that Parisian culture has to offer, she realizes the city also holds secrets about her family that could change her forever, and that locked doors can protect you or imprison you, depending which side of them you stand. 




The Hundred-Year Flood by Matthew Salesses

This is the only book i am bit unsure about, since it deals with 9/11 and its aftermath. I have not have any luck at all with book of that topic. But this book also deals with suicide and how to deal with what it does with the people left behind. I like a book that deals with difficult topics. And this book have a lot of them. Dealing with identity, love, growing up, relationships , loss and moving on. All that sounds fantastic. 

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Summary: 
In the shadow of a looming flood that comes every one hundred years, Tee tries to convince himself that living in a new place will mean a new identity and a change to shed the parallels between him and his adopted father. 
This beautiful dreamlike story follows Tee, a twenty-two-year-old Korean-American, as he escapes to Prague in the wake of his uncle's suicide and the aftermath of 9/11.




Mr Nasty by Leo Darke


This is a horror book with lots of murdered people and the thought that maybe the murderes from infamous movie moments became real, or someone is copying them very well.  And there are VHS cassettes in this book, who really are mostly forgotten at this point, so who doesn't want to read a story with them in it? That is enough for me to want to read it. 

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Summary: 
Cut! Film and TV extras are turning up butchered on set, the only clues being VHS cassettes of infamous, banned "Video Nasties" on the site of each horrific murder. Is a copycat killer at large, inspired by the vile acts depicted in the notorious tapes?
Or could the monstrous characters from the nasties themselves be escaping their VHS clamshells to stalk the land?
When supporting actor Tommy Wallace finds both his past and the nasties catching up with him, surely it's time to press Eject for the last time. Or is this one obsolete format that just refuses to die? Something is thriving on the violence inspired by the tapes, feeding on a diet of Nazi death camp atrocities, axing and mutilation. And the banned play on...


September 3rd:


YA


Asking for it by Louise O'Neill

I honestly was mostly drawn in by the cover for this book. Lets keep it real here, people!

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Summary: 
It's the beginning of the summer in a small town in Ireland. Emma O'Donovan is eighteen years old, beautiful, happy, confident. one night, there's a party. 
everyone is there. 
All eyes are on Emma. 
The next morning, she wakes on the front porch of her house. She can't remember what happened, she doesn't know how she got there. She doesn'T know why she's in pain. But everyone else does. 
Photographs taken at the party show, in explicit detail, what happened to Emma that night. But sometimes people don't want to believe what is right in front of them, especially when the truth concerns the town's heroes.... 


The Next Together

I already said that i am really excited about this book in a past blog post. So this should be no surprise!

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Summary: Katherine and Matthew are destined to be born again and again, century after century. Each time, their presence changes history for the better, and each time, they fall hopelessly in love, only to be tragically separated. 
Spinning the Crimean Wat, the Siege of Carlisle and the near-future of 2019 and 2039 they find themselves sacrificing their lives to save the world. But why do they keep coming back? What else must they achieve before they can be left to live and love in peace?
Maybe the next together will be different...


September 7th:


Adult


Best Laid Plans by Stylo Fantome

This is a book about Mercenaries that smuggle diamonds. Count me in. I love a good story about mercenaries. Or diamonds. And theft. And smuggle. You get my drift. 


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Summary: 
The Plan: 
Smuggle diamonds from Liberia to Morocco
Make the trip in three days
Don't get caught
Don't kill each other
Don't have sex with each other
Don't fall for each other
STICK TO THE PLAN





And if you actually made it through all of that you earned to buy yourself a book. 
And maybe leave me a comment to let me know that you actually read through some of this, so that i know all those hours that i spend putting this post together were not completely lost. 


I will write another post soon with the rest of the new release in September that i am excited for. Hopefully not as mammoth lengthy as this one. 


Please let me know which new release has you most excited! Especially if I have not listed it on here!

Write more later. 


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