48 New Paperbacks to Pick Up Now

Posted by Cybil on September 24, 2020
There's something great about a paperback book: They're perfect book club choices, you can throw them in your bag and go, and they've been out in stores and libraries long enough that you can peek at your fellow readers' reviews of the selection.

We rounded some of the most recent books published in paperback for you, a selection that includes some of today's biggest authors (like Stephen King, Margaret Atwood, and Colson Whitehead) and the most buzzed about recent books (from the award-winning memoir The Yellow House to the creepy debut thriller The Whisper Man).

Be sure to add the books that pique your interest to your Want to Read shelf!

Which of these books would you recommend to your fellow readers? Let us know in the comments below!

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message 1: by Debbyanne (new)

Debbyanne Southwell I think the family upstairs,the secret we keep and heaven is my home and the yellow house and to catch and kill! They sound great!

Shahzaib Mehfooz scary stories book

message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

Lots of lovely books! I can recommend Alice Hoffman, Lisa Jewell and the Beekeeper of Aleppo is amazing. Not to mention Stephen Kings 'The Institute'. Brilliant.

message 4: by Lady Galaxy (new)

Lady Galaxy I miss the days of being able to tuck a paperback in my purse, tote, or backpack. Unfortunately, for me, the print in a paperback is too small to read. (Reading glasses don't work for my particular eye problem.) Still, this is an interesting collection. Thank technology for electronic books that allow us to choose font and text size. I'll definitely be checking for Kindle versions of some of these.

message 5: by Sue Ellen (new)

Sue Ellen My recommendation would be "The Only Plane in the Sky." Of all the books I've read about the 9/11 attacks, this one was the most meticulous and informative.

Jayden Ferguson That's grate

Jayden Ferguson I love the book😩😩😩

message 8: by Shelley (new)

Shelley Barnett The Testaments was pretty good. The Nickel Boys is a must read. The Yellow House was pretty good. I'm reading The Great Pretender right now. I'm adding Ordinary Girls and A Mind Spread Out on the Ground to my list to read.

message 9: by Tom (new)

Tom Reissmann I'm looking forward to reading The Supernova Era, sounds intriguing.

🌸Angeliki🌸 My recommendation would be The family upstairs, The Institute and The starless sea!!

message 11: by Jayden Ferguson (new)

Jayden Ferguson Why

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Raisins Moseley Hi

message 13: by Leah Ferguson (new)

Leah Ferguson Noel ferguson Hi

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Leah Ferguson Noel ferguson 😇

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Leah Ferguson Noel ferguson See doip

message 16: by Nocy (new)

Nocy I like to read the romantic book that have a lot of love

message 17: by Guerline (new)

Guerline The nickleboys

message 18: by Ro (new)

Ro Hart My top favourite book is When we were Vikings.....extraordinary!

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