What's New This Week: 7 Great Books Hitting Shelves Today

Posted by Hayley on September 13, 2016
Need another excuse to go to the bookstore this week? We've got seven! Bulk up your Want to Read shelf with these brand-new titles.


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Jerusalem
by Alan Moore

You should read this book if you like: Mythology, historical fiction, genre-bending fantasy, "a tale of everything, told from a vanished gutter"


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Where Am I Now?
by Mara Wilson

You should read this book if you like: Memoirs, former child stars, hilarious and poignant essays, Twitter wit, coming-of-age stories



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Darktown
by Thomas Mullen

You should read this book if you like: Mysteries, police dramas, honest and harrowing depictions of the pre-Civil-Rights era, slow-burn thrillers



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Commonwealth
by Ann Patchett

You should read this book if you like: Literary fiction, family sagas that span generations, "the far-reaching ties of love and responsibility"


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Roman Crazy
by Alice Clayton and Nina Bocci

You should read this book if you like: Contemporary romance, Rome, second-chance love stories, Italian food (and Italian men)
First in a new series!


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The Hidden Life of Trees
by Peter Wohlleben

You should read this book if you like: Nonfiction, natural history, the science behind everyday things, forests, environmentalism


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The Reader
by Traci Chee

You should read this book if you like: YA fantasy, heroines that hunt, rich and complex new worlds, the magic of stories, the power of readers
First in a new series!



What are you reading this week? Let's talk books in the comments!


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message 1: by Keiry (new)

Keiry Ko I have to read Where Am I Now? now! Haha.


message 2: by Sammm (new)

Sammm Spreading all the love for The Creeping Shadow (Lockwood & Co., #4) by Jonathan Stroud (US) Lockwood & Co The Creeping Shadow by Jonathan Stroud (UK)! What I most definitely would vote for for this year's Choice Awards! lol


message 3: by Dr Rashmit (new)

Dr Rashmit Mishra Absolutely loving these "hitting this week on shelves" thing you have got going on Goodreads keep it up . Please


Shelly | VixenReads The Reader was a great start to what I hope will be a wonderful series. It was an interesting read. I'm looking forward to reading more from Traci Chee :)


message 5: by Caroline (new)

Caroline I like the look of Commonwealth and Darktown.


message 6: by Brandon (new)

Brandon Shelly (vixenreads) wrote: "The Reader was a great start to what I hope will be a wonderful series. It was an interesting read. I'm looking forward to reading more from Traci Chee :)"

I preordered it and had forgotten about it until I saw it on my Kindle! Can't wait to begin reading. :)


message 7: by Melissa (new)

Melissa I Just finished reading Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris by B.A. Paris which was chilling, disturbing, creepy, awesome and exactly what I hoped for in this book!

Now reading It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover by Colleen Hoover and although I'm just a few pages in....I already adore her writing style. My first C.H. book!

Want to read......

The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate—Discoveries from a Secret World by Peter Wohlleben

The Reader by Traci Chee

And......

Commonwealth by Ann Patchett


message 8: by Marie (new)

Marie Edward I finished reading Ruby Red yesterday and am now on book two, Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier. I will finish Sapphire Blue tomorrow and then I am on to Emerald Green! So excited, these books are just magical, wonderful, romantic, exciting, beautifully written and so engaging and ADDICTING! They are truly magnificent, and I absolutely recommend them to anyone, any age, as you can read them and are perfect to pick up even if you are in a readers-rut! Sapphire BlueKerstin Gier


message 9: by Manon (last edited Sep 14, 2016 01:43AM) (new)

Manon  Blackbeak Half way through reading Empire of Storms By: Sarah J. Maas and so far I love it!

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message 10: by Joanne (new)

Joanne Liddy-mctavish Reading Why Men Lie. It is the 3rd book of a trilogy. Maybe I should have read the first two books....... then I might be liking the characters better? Love the Cape Breton connection.


message 11: by Brandon (new)

Brandon BookWorm wrote: "Half way through reading Empire of Storms By: Sarah J. Maas and so far I love it!

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I just stared the first book. Can't wait to see what all of the hype is about!


message 12: by EllaP (new)

EllaP Just starting to read "stalking the soul' by Thomas Moore. cant wait to see what it is about!!!


message 13: by Mohad (new)

Mohad Read more than half of Empire of Storms. SO GOOD. Can't wait to finish and see how it all goes :)


message 14: by Terrence (new)

Terrence Saw Jerusalem by Alan Moore in the book store. 35+ dollar humongous hardcover novel? Library to the rescue. I was surprised it was available for me to take out (I have so much to read now though, so unsure if I'll read too much of it in the rental period).


Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Where am I now? was a fun book - I recommend it

I'm curious on getting Darktown and The Reader


message 16: by Sherice (last edited Sep 16, 2016 01:24PM) (new)

Sherice The Deep by Nick Cutter A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay I'm just starting A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay! I recently finished The Deep by Nick Cutter. I'm an animal lover and horror fan so Nick Cutter maybe my favorite author!!!!


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