Most expected books till the end of 2019

Written by on November 5, 2019

If you love curling up with a good book during the cool autumn months, then you will love some of the most anticipated books coming out during the last few months of 2019. No matter what topics you love to read the most, at least one or two of these is bound to make your reading time special. Plus they make great gifts for the holidays!

Coming out the rest of October

The following books are scheduled to come out in October:

Find Me, by André Aciman

Aciman’s new book revisits the characters in a previous book entitled Call Me by Your Name. The timeframe is several decades after the characters met each other, and checks in with how life is going for Samuel, who is Elio’s dad. Samuel has discovered a new love and is now living in Rome and works as a classical pianist. Meanwhile the character Oliver is living in the United States with his family. They live in New England and he is a college professor. The idea of this book is to discover if real love lasts forever. It is due out at the end of October.

All This Could Be Yours, by Jami Attenberg

This book is about the old story of a man abusing his power and the way that abuse causes issues with his family members. The man is dying now and his daughter Alex is headed to New Orleans to be with her father and ask him several vital questions. Typical drama concerning a dysfunctional family situation. It is also due to come out at the end of October.

Other October Releases which were expected in beginning of month:

The Topeka School, by Ben Lerner 
This is the tale of a family who is overeducated and runs close to Lerner’s own life. The family faces a toxic mix of masculinity.

Grand Union, by Zadie Smith

Smith is known for her short and amazing novels. This book holds 8 previously published short stories, along with eleven new ones. The topics range from areas of hyperrealism and other spheres of life that are far from realism as you can get.

Self-Portrait in Black and White: Unlearning Race, by Thomas Chatterton Williams 

Another interesting topic from Smith who writes on many topics to include Paris couture and shaming the Thin Mint latte from Dunkin. This elegant new book is expected to be just as inspiring.

Frankisstein, by Jeanette Winterson

Winterson is famous for breaking existing taboos. This book manages to mix up the story of Mary Shelley’s story about Frankenstein with an AI scientist and a transgender muse whose name is Ry Shelley.

Olive, Again, by Elizabeth Strout

This is a sequel for the readers who loved Olive Kitteridge. In this book Olive will try to develop herself from her cantankerous manner into someone who is a bit better of a person.

Books coming out in November

The Worst Kind of Want, by Liska Jacobs

In this book we get caught up in the trials of sex and desire, mixed in with a dangerous flirtation involving a teen boy. A 40 something cougar gets enshrouded in the life of a teenager in the middle of the summer in Italy. Will this risky love win out or will she be ruined by their age difference? Only time will tell. It is expected out by the beginning of November.

97,196 Words, by Emmanuel Carrère
Carrère’s new book features a collection of several years’ worth of nonfiction tales of crime, immigration, as well as Davos and Catherine Deneuve. It is expected out by the beginning of November.

The Worst Kind of Want, by Liska Jacobs 

A tale of a producer who went to Italy where he gets into a very scandalous relationship. It aims to decode life’s meaning, along with focusing on the meaning of death, as well as sex, emojis and dance clubs. A delightful yet somewhat naughty novel you will love.

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern.

The author of The Night Circus brings us another book on November 5th.  It’s about a graduate student whose name is Zachery. Zachery discovers a strange book that oddly seems to narrate his own life’s story.

The Witches Are Coming by Lindy West

Here’s another book expected out by November 5th. West dives right into the odd world of the modern culture in America and takes a look at all the things that seem to divide people these days via several searing compositions.

Books coming out in December

To Whatever End, by Lindsey Frydman

This is a bittersweet tale concerning a woman named Quinn meeting her soulmate, whose name is Griffin. Yet what should be a happy tale turns sad as she finds out he’s expected to die very soon after their meeting. She is horrified and wants to figure out a way to save the man she has fallen in love with.  It is coming out in the beginning of December.

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