9 New Books to Read in November

By November 12, 2019 Discussion and Recommendations

Another month has slipped by, and today (a little later than usual) we’re looking at the best new books out this November! If you’re looking for books for yourself, or starting your Christmas shopping here are some fantastic new reads to add to your list!

All of the books recommended today come out this month, and they are what we think are the best of the November new releases just for you.

Girl, Woman, Other – Bernadine Evaristo

5th November, 2019

Last month, Evaristo made history and became the first black woman ever to win the Booker Prize, for her collection of interconnected stories, Girl, Woman, Other.

Girl, Woman, Other

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In the Dream House – Carmen Maria Machado

5th November, 2019

We already mentioned this as one to look out for and it’s likely to be one of the biggest memoir releases of the year. A look at the effect of domestic violence and abuse in a marriage, In the Dream House is likely to resonate for many women.

In the Dream House

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The Witches are Coming – Lindy West

5th November, 2019

From the moment powerful men started falling to the #MeToo movement, the lamentations began: this is feminism gone too far, this is injustice, this is a witch hunt. In The Witches Are Coming, firebrand author of the New York Times bestselling memoir and now critically acclaimed Hulu TV series Shrill, Lindy West, turns that refrain on its head. You think this is a witch hunt? Fine. You’ve got one.

The Witches are Coming

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A Warning – Anonymous

19th November, 2019

We brought you news of this last month and it’s out later this month. A Warning promises to be a no holes barred look at the Trump presidency from an anonymous senior official.

A Warning

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Twenty-One Truths About Love – Matthew Dicks

19th November, 2019

A touching book about love and family. This heartfelt story is about the lengths one man will go to and the risks he will take to save his family. But Dan doesn’t just want to save his failing bookstore and his family’s finances:

Twenty One Truths About Love

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America for Americans – Erika Lee

26th November, 2019

Another non-fiction book of the list as Erika Lee looks at the history of xenophobia in America, despite the country being a nation of immigrants.

America for Americans

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The Revisioners – Margaret Wilkerson Sexton

5th November, 2019

The Revisioners explores the depths of women’s relationships―powerful women and marginalized women, healers and survivors. It is a novel about the bonds between mothers and their children, the dangers that upend those bonds. At its core, The Revisioners ponders generational legacies, the endurance of hope, and the undying promise of freedom.

The Revisioners

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Starless Sea – Erin Morgenstern

5th November, 2019

It’s a year since we brought you the news that the author of The Night Circus had another novel on the way, and it’s finally here! The Starless Sea released on November 5th and gives you the chance to delve into another weird and mysterious world.

The Starless Sea

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The Crying Book – Heather Christle

5th November, 2019

Heather Christle has just lost a dear friend to suicide and now must reckon with her own depression and the birth of her first child. As she faces her grief and impending parenthood, she decides to research the act of crying: what it is and why people do it, even if they rarely talk about it.

The Crying Book

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We hope you find some good suggestions there and we’ll be back with more recommendations lists soon. If you want to ensure you never miss any of these, subscribe now.



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