“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.”― F. Scott Fitzgerald
Hello. Hello. Hello and welcome to my September TBR. Autumn feels as though it has arrived which fills my winter-loving heart with joy. Essentially, the colder it gets the happier I will be.
Here are four books that I’m hoping to read this month, along with one sentence descriptions.
Knockemstiff by Donald Ray Pollock
A collection of dark short stories revolving around the inhabitants of the small southern tomb of Knockemstiff, Ohio.
Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro
Booker Longlisted, we follow artificial friend, Klara, as she discovers the world around her.
Dune by Frank Herbert
Whoever control the spice, controls the planet, and at the moments that’s Paul’s family but how long can they cling to that control and what will happen when they falter?
China Room by Sunjeev Sahota
This dual narrative follows a new bride in 1929 unsure who her husband is, and a young man in 1999 trying to kick a drug habit, both of who, find their fates wrapped up in the China Room.