The leaves are changing, the breeze is cooling, and pumpkin spice is officially taking over. Do you know what else is exciting? New books in the fall! Yes, it’s real, and we’re as thrilled as you are. Take a peek to see some of the new titles to enjoy over your latte under warm blankets.
A collection of self-reflective essays on a variety of topics including adulthood and our changing expectations of life, Chloe Caldwell challenges the idea that developing into a fully formed person is even possible.
Did you know that it’s possible to gamble in backgammon? Well, now that you do, take a peek at this novel about the fast and fabulous life of Alexander Bruno, until an unexpected health condition brings him to Berkeley for healing and treatment.
Chabon weaves the part true, part speculative stories told on his grandfather’s deathbed into an eventful fabric of narratives, epic characters, and dry humor.
Another reflection on coming of age and adulthood, this novel by Zadie Smith is from the perspective of young women of color. A work of fiction wrought with philosophy, this cerebral pursuit is a work not to be missed.