Here are some of the most exciting (and hopefully good) books of July 2017. Add your own oooh shinies to our Goodreads list
and let us know in the comments which book you look forward to reading the most!
Made for Love
Hazel leaves her tech CEO husband to live with her oddball father. But her ex isn’t willing to let her go just yet.
What We Lose
Thandi feels caught between being black and white, American and not. When her mother dies, she goes in search of an anchor.
Draw Your Weapons
Sentilles challenges conventional thinking about how war is waged, witnessed, and resisted.
The Reason You’re Alive
A Vietnam vet embarks on a quixotic crusade to track down his nemesis from the war.
Policing the Black Man
Angela J. Davis
A comprehensive, readable analysis of the key issues of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Because You Love To Hate Me
A YA anthology of bestselling authors teaming up with Booktubers to reimagine fairy tales from the oft-misunderstood villains’ points of view.
The Last Magician
A small group of remaining Magicians travels back in time to save modern-day New York.
A funny and touching story of a young woman who returns home to care for her father, recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
How To Stop Time
A history teacher is actually hundreds of years old because he learned to stop time, but never learned how to live.
A psychological thriller about appearances versus reality and the power of manipulation amongst teenage girls.
Hum if You Don’t Know the Words
A perceptive and searing look at Apartheid-era South Africa told through one unique family brought together by tragedy.
All That She Can See
Carrie Hope Fletcher
Cherry can see things other people can’t and tries to help the town with her baking secrets. When Chase arrives, she finds out she’s not alone and her secret is in danger.
Conversations With Friends
A sharply intelligent novel about two college students and the strange, unexpected connection they forge with a married couple.
The Art of Starving
Sam J. Miller
A gritty, contemporary YA debut about a bullied gay teen boy with an eating disorder who believes he’s developed super powers via starvation.
The Library of Fates
Princess Amrita goes on a quest to find the fabled Library of All Things, where it is possible for to reverse the fate of herself and her people.
Fragile Like Us
Caddy and Rosie have always been inseparable. But that was before Suzanne. Now the twosome has become a triangle with constantly shifting alliances.
The Dark Dark
In these inventive stories, Samantha Hunt imagines numerous ways in which lives might be altered by the otherworldly.
Telling the Map
Christopher Rowe’s new collection of short fiction contains ten explorations of the surreal and the fantastical.
A novel about two young Israeli soldiers who travel to New York after fighting in the Gaza War and find work as eviction movers.
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