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In this 1950s-set novel, shenanigans ensue when Emmett Watson hits the open road with two friends and a brother in tow.
This quirky, steamy rom-com about a major post-breakup hex will put a powerful spell on you.
A riveting and wily historical heist story from a contemporary master that will leave you feeling in on the deal.
Pushed out of her hometown after high school, a woman returns to solve the riddle of her family and a horrific crime.
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The Ex Hex
Everything We Didn’t Say
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November 2021 Book of the Month Selections
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Set in a hazy 1930s LA, this genre-bending tale of a pioneering journalist explores shifts in time, identity, and love.
The final installment in the “Practical Magic” series is a whirlwind journey of magic, curses, and familial love.
Myriam J.A. Chancy
Told in a chorus of compelling and diverse voices: a dirge for a small island wrenched apart by a powerful earthquake.
Many challenges confront a couple trying to survive in the Big Apple in this multigenerational novel about love tested.
A lyrical story of a woman seeking answers abroad and finding the unexpected: her father, who might just be a dictator.
A vibrant memoir of heritage—cultural, culinary, and otherwise—rediscovered in the wake of a shattering loss.
Apples Never Fall
The latest from the author of Nine Perfect Strangers follows a wealthy family whose matriarch goes missing.
Prior to the selections being available, I read The Ex Hex, Harlem Shuffle, and Everything We Didn’t Say. So I chose the remaining two main picks – The Lincoln Highway and The Perishing. The Lincoln Highway is by Amor Towles, essentially making it an autobuy. The Perishing seems to be a book that I would not normally choose with its science fiction undertones; however, I am curious enough to give it a read.
I have all three of the other books in the Practical Magic series from Book of the Month (BOTM). It was a no brainer to pick up The Book of Magic from BOTM also so that all my copies match. Not only do What Storm What Thunder and Sankofa sound like great books, I saw some advance buzz about them.
What books did you choose for your BOTM selections? Let me know in the comments!