I know we bloggers get our hands on these all the time, but I always like to support the Publishers Lunch and write about what ‘reads’ I’m longing to be fed over the upcoming months.
I read Janet Fitch’s forthcoming novel The Revolution of Marina M. I can’t wait to review it, if you have an interest in the Russian Revolution it’s perfect for you.
Elizabeth Berg’s The Story of Arthur Truluv sounds promising.
I don’t often read young adult fiction but I enjoyed Hilary Reyl’s novel Lessons in French, her latest about a boy in France living on the autism spectrum interests me. I can be picky about such novels though as my own son is on the spectrum, so I can’t bare anything written as if read from a textbook, where the character isn’t real. I haven’t requested the arc, but it’s on my to read pile.
One of the books I’m really interested in reading is The Last Suppers by Mandy Mikulencak. It’s said to be The Help meets Dead Man Walking and from the excerpt sample, I’ve already been moved.
Donna Everhart’s forthcoming novel The Road to Bittersweet has been on my radar for months. I absolutely devoured and loved The Education of Dixie Dupree.
Decent reads on the way for November/December My TBR pile is enormous! Happy Day