A September Reading List

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo: This has everything a September read needs, misty magical New Haven, ghosts, a mystery to be solved, it’s even set at Yale for that back to school feeling. If you like mystery, suspense, secret societies and a hint of magic, this one is for you.

Fierce Fairytales by Nikita Gill: Looking for a new kind of fairytale? You won’t find any princesses in need of rescue here, but you will find women who can take down the monsters all on their own. 

The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-James: What happens when you’re just a girl in trouble? You sell your heart to a demon of course. That’s where this story starts, and you won’t believe where it takes you. 

The Foundling by Stacey Halls: These two women have a secret, and you’ll go on the most tangling of journeys to find. Inspired by real history, Halls breathes life and stories into places you can actually go. 

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