Broaden Your Reading Horizon! A Variety of Books Coming This Fall!

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Broaden Your Reading Horizon! A Variety of Books Coming This Fall!

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With the weather outside starting to turn crisp, book fanatics everywhere are now looking for a good read to cozy up by the fireplace with, with a nice cup of hot cocoa. I, being one of those enthusiasts, created a list. Here are the books that I will definitely pick up this fall!

  • Find Me by Andreé Aciman 

I think we all know the 2017 hit of Call Me By Your Name, the motion picture of the 2007 novel of the same title, where the likes of our favorite boys Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer played Elio Perlman and Oliver respectively. It followed a love story set in 1980s northern Italy between a precocious 17-year-old Italian and a 24-year-old American graduate. Now, Aciman is releasing a sequel set in October where Elio, now a classical pianist in Rome, and Oliver, a professor in New England and a dad, will learn the meaning of true love and its capacity to last time.

I know this is bound to be a hit with me, as I deeply enjoyed the first book. It releases October 29th.

  • Face It by Debbie Harry 

Who doesn’t know the 1980 hit of Call Me ? Or the 1978 smash of Heart of Glass? Those two songs were created by one of my favorite rock bands, Blondie. The band’s frontwoman, Debbie Harry, is coming out with a candid memoir about everything, from being thrust into stardom, to the unfortunate reality of being addicted to heroin. It is filled with the soul of 1970s-1980s rock ‘n’ roll and is a must-read for all the music aficionados out there. 

This releases October 1st.

  • The Institute by Stephen King 

’Tis the season of everything creepy, eerie, and all things relating to Halloween. And what is better than reading a horror book than when it is from the king of horror himself, Stephen King? This man has brought tried and true Halloween classics such as The Shining and It. King strikes again with a new novel, which, in a way, reminds me of the Netflix Original, Stranger Things. The Institute follows Luke Ellis, a possessor of telekinesis, who is abducted and taken to an institution. There, children just like him are exploited by adults with an agenda. A chilling read and a page-turner, The Institute is sure to be one of King’s greatest novels. 

The book already released, and you can check it out now!

  • Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert 

Chloe Brown is sick and tired of being the good girl, and she desperately wants to become “bad.” This is where her heavily-tatted handyman comes in. He helps her go through her bucket list, and she learns through these experiences how to be rebellious. She also learns other valuable lessons, like love. Get a Life is a rom-com that succeeds at being both lighthearted and pulling at your heart strings.

The book releases on November 5. 

I hope you enjoy these selections and pick it up for yourselves!

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