8 Book Recommendations For September

September is upon us and we have decided to curate a list of 8 book recommendations for the month of September. The books range from fantasy novels to classics so there is something for everyone! Keep reading to find out what out 8 book recommendations are!

8 Book Recommendations For September

The Nightingale 

The Nightingale book cover
The Nightingale book review

This is a beautiful novel about two sisters in France who fought back against the Germans in their own ways. It is a page-turner that you will have a hard time putting down. It is one of my all-time favorite books and made me a huge Kristin Hannah fan!

The Shadow of the Gods 

The Shadow of the Gods fantays novel, Norse Mythology
The Shadow of the Gods by John Gwynne

A gritty take on Norse mythology that is unlike anything ese out there. Descendants of gods are kidnapping kids from their homes and one mother will hunt them to the ends of the world to get her child back. Follow three protagonists on wild journeys of fame, wealthy, glory, revenge, and survival.

Artemis 

Artemis science fiction novel
Artemis book review

In the 2080s, humanity has colonized the moon. Artemis is the only city of its kind and living there is expensive. When Jazz, a porter and a part-time smuggler is offered a job with a lot of money to sabotage harvesters on the moon, she gladly accepts.  The job entails sneaking onto the surface of the moon and destroying the harvesters. Jazz has to evade the cameras while not running out of oxygen. She is not alone but has to do the heavy lifting of the job. But she gets caught in a conspiracy that may change everything on Artemis.

Lore

Lore book cover
Lore book review

Lore is trying to escape her past and the Agon world but it won’t let her. She gets dragged back into the Agon, a week where gods are mortal and whoever kills them gets their power. Her family was murdered by a rival god and faction. Now, when revenge finds her, Lore gives in to her desires to kill the one that killed her family.

The Handmaid’s Tale

The Handmaid's Tale novel tv show series
The Handmaid’s Tale book review

The story is told in first person by Offred, a fertile woman that is assigned the title Handmaid. Her job is to produce children for the Commanders, the ruling class of men in Gilead. She undergoes trainer with other women to become a handmaid. Offred joins the resistance and fights back against the oppresers!

Station Eleven

Station Eleven dystopian novel
Station Eleven book review

During a performance of King Lear in Toronto, a famous actor has a heart attack on stage and dies. Jeeven gets warned about an epidemic that is spreading fast and is killing at a high rate. Jeeven heeds his friend’s advice and bunkers down at his brothers isolated home. Hours later, the world is sent into a panic as a horrible epidemic starts killing most of the population.

Twenty years after the outbreak, we are introduced to a nomadic group of musicians has banded together (pun intended). They travel all over the country and perform plays all over the Great Lakes region. We meet Kirsten who was only eight when the outbreak first occurred and remembers little of her life before then. 

The Graveyard Book

The Graveyard Book book cover
The Graveyard Book book summary

Jack murders three members of a family but the child who is one-and-a-half-year-old boy, escapes and ends up at the graveyard nearby. He runs into a bunch of ghosts who find him and take him in after the mother of the child, now a ghost, asks them to take him in.

The child grows up in the graveyard and learns about his parent’s murder. Jack also learns of the surviving child and plans to finish the job. Who will prevail and who will perish?

The Great Hunt

The Wheel of Time series book two
The Great Hunt book review

In book two of The Wheel of Time, the protagonist are pursuing Padan Fain and retrieve the Horn of Valor and the dagger. This time, Rand al’Thor is the hunter as he chases Fain down. This is a much better novel than the first one and the one that will draw you in to The Wheel of Time

Conclusion

That is our 8 book recommendations for the month of September. You can find full reviews for each book on our website for more information. Which book(s) caught your eye? Let us know in the comments below!

3 thoughts on “8 Book Recommendations For September

  1. Danny Watts says:

    A couple I have read – kudos. Station Eleven I started but just didn’t like it. The Wheel of Time series is on my BTR list. The Graveyard book sounds very interesting as does The Shadow of the Gods (the cover turns me off I don’t normally care for dragon stories). I am interested in you thoughts after the books are read.

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    1. Ahaqir says:

      the shadow of the gods doesn’t have dragons in it for the most part. I do recommend giving it a try because it’s been one of my favorite books I’ve read this year

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