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Most anticipated books of Fall 2021!!

Alibaba Saluja

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So accordind to Times these are (among others) some of the most aniticipated books of Fall 2021.

Which books are you leaning on reading? Did you start any of these? What are your expectations for the books?

Some of the books:

  • Misfits: A Personal Manifesto, Michaela Coel
  • Inseparable, Simone de Beauvoir
  • Matrix, Lauren Groff
  • Poet Warrior, Joy Harjo
  • On Freedom: Four Songs of Care and Constraint, Maggie Nelson
  • Beautiful World, Where Are You, Sally Rooney

"Forget summer reading—fall is the season of literary bounty. The next few months bring with them a starry landscape full of returns from the buzziest names in the business as well as bold newcomers with hotly anticipated debuts. There’s a crime novel set in 1960s Harlem from two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Colson Whitehead, a posthumous novel from British master John le Carré, the very first book from acclaimed television creator Michaela Coel and the latest narrative of young people stumbling their way through romantic strife from superstar Sally Rooney. That’s all to say: there’s truly something for everyone in this jam-packed season. Here, the 34 most anticipated books to read this fall."

Source: https://time.com/6092265/fall-books-2021/
 

Tiffany

NF Mafia Player of the Year & Most Competitive 2021
Those books sound awful. The only one possibly worth reading is Simone de Beauvoir's. The rest you can read later.
 
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