Comfort book Matt Haig
July 6th via Penguins Life
Philosophy / Inspiration, p. 272
Have you ever written a note for yourself in the future? Author Matt Hague (Midnight library) And those notes are now his latest release, Comfort book — A small meditation to give a new perspective to all the best and the worst of life.
Everyone in this room will die someday Emily R. Austin
July 6 via Atria
Literary fiction, LGBTQ +, 256 pages
Gilda is a morbid anxiety atheist in her twenties who works as a receptionist in the Catholic Church. She soon becomes obsessed with the mysterious death of her predecessor.
Final girl support group Grady Hendrix
Horror / Thriller, page 352
New York Times Best-selling author Southern Book Club Vampire Killing Guide And My best friend Excorcism Bring another book back and stay up late. Did you know that the last woman in a horror movie is called a final girl? The novel, together with Lynnette Tarkington and five other real final girls, forms a support group for those who have experienced unimaginable things. And one of the women couldn’t attend the meeting …
Seek You: A Journey Through America’s Solitude Kristen Ratke
July 13 via Patheon
Non-fiction, graphic novel, 352 pages
He talked from various angles, from monkey research to personal stories. Seek you An illustrated meditation about longing and isolation in society.
Filthy animals Brandon Taylor
July 13 via Riverhead
Short story, 288 pages
This collection of short stories can be read like a novel connected by a gay black man involved in a couple of dancer relationships.
Taken by Jake Livingston Ryan Douglas
July 13 via Putnam
YA / Thriller, page 308
One of the only black children in St. Clairprep finds it difficult to get out of his brother’s shadow. To make matters worse, he can see dead people.
Love people and use things: the opposite never works By Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus
July 13 via Celadon
Non-fiction, 336 pages
The title says it all. This book shows how minimalism can help improve your relationships.
Night bitch Rachel Yoda
July 20th via Double Day
Fiction / Fantasy, 256 pages
The new motherhood causes an onslaught of change in the spiritual and spiritual beings of women.To Night bitch, One of those changes is the conversion to a real dog.
Intimacy Katie Kitamura
Published July 20th via Riverhead
Literary novel, 240 pages
Intimacy It’s the story of a woman involved in many personal dramas.
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