My September 2023 Book Selection For Hertford Library


Hey Lovelies,

With the start of term having begun and a refresh occurring all over, I have spruced up my selection of books at Hertford Library. 

Here are my top ten suggestions for the month…

Oh Sister by Jodie Chapman: Chapman has made a novel that will hook you in and stay with you for days. Once you open it, the first few pages will hook you in until the very end. 

The Saturday Night Ghost Club by Craig Davidson: Dark but beautifully written, this new novel will prepare you for Halloween early. Very different to anything I had ever read before, I am definitely going to be looking out for more books by Davidson. 

Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson by Paris Fury: After an explosive new series on Netflix, the world is obsessed with Paris Fury and rightly so. Read her incredible book to find out even more about what life is really like living with boxer Tyson Fury. 

How to Kill Men and Get Away With It by Katy Brent: Get ready for Halloween early with this funny but dark new book by Katy Brent. Whilst you won’t agree with what the lead character does, you will oddly find her someone you want to be friends with. 

The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Macksey: Perfect for the whole family, this is a great book to share with young ones to remind them that no matter what happens at school or in the world they are important. 

The Lost Bookshop by Evie Woods: Bookshops are magical places, yet, Evie Woods manages to make them even more majestical in her newest book. You will be hooked from the first few pages. 

The Love of My Life by Rosie Walsh: Rosie Walsh has a way of making you feel every emotion possible when reading one of her books. The latest in her works does exactly that but on a much higher scale. 

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee: With everyone going back to school, it seemed fitting to bring out this great historical piece of writing. I was hooked when I read it the first time and it has still stayed with me to this day. 

Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfield: Often taking classic literature and making it modern, Sittenfield has created a new novel that explores falling in love on a film set. It’s modern and magical. 

Perfect on Paper by Gillian Harvey: Having worked with Gillian before, I can honestly say that she is one of the nicest people ever. Her books reflect this and I am so excited for her upcoming new novel. 

What have you all been reading recently? Which of these will you be looking out for? Let me know!

Joey X

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