September Releases // 2017 Edition

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So can you guys believe that we have arrived at the month of September? Ok, so September isn’t the most eventful month (unless it is your birthday then Happy Birthday!) but that means October is next (Halloween), then November (my birthday!) and then CHRISTMAS! Let’s focus on September first though and it is guaranteed to go quickly with all of the upcoming releases. Here are a few that we’ve found and are looking forward to! If the book is diverse then I have added the information but if some of it is incorrect or missing, then let us know in the comments!


The Girl with the Red Balloon 
by Katherine Locke
– Releases September 1st –

Plot: Centres around time travel during the war. Our main character enters 1988 Berlin where she meets an underground guild who use balloons to help people escape over the wall.
Diverse Aspects: Jewish-American MC, Romani MC and a lesbian side character





They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
Releases September 5th –

Plot: Two strangers, Mateo and Rufus, come together through an App hoping to make a friend on their last day on Earth.
Diverse Aspects: Gay MC and bisexual MC





Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust
– Releases September 5th –

Plot: A feminist Snow White retelling featuring a F/F relationship.
Diverse Aspects: Gay MCs





I Hate Everyone But You by Gaby Dunn
– Releases September 5th –

Plot: An epistolary novel detailing the experiences of two best friends as they head off to colleges on different sides of the country.
Diverse Aspects: Mental Illness Rep (OCD, depression and anxiety) and a bisexual MC





The Thing with Feathers by McCall Hoyle
– Releases September 5th –

Plot: From playing it safe and being homeschooled, Emilie is suddenly thrust into the world of public schooling and to make matters worse, she hasn’t told anybody about her epilepsy.
Diverse Aspects: MC with epilepsy






Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
– Releases September 12th –

Plot: A coming-of-age story about two boys who fall in love whilst attending a writing class despite being from very different backgrounds.
Diverse Aspects: Bisexual MC, Mormon MC






Warcross by Marie Lu
– Releases September 12th –

Plot: Teenage hacker, Emika lives in a world of virtual reality and when she accidentally enters herself into the Warcross Championships, she becomes an overnight sensation.
Diverse Aspects: Asian MC






Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
– Releases September 19th –

Plot: A teenage student starts a feminist revolution in her high school after distributing anonymous Zines.
Diverse Aspects: Intersectional feminism rep, LGBTQIA rep





by Patrick Ness
– Releases September 19th –

Plot: Torn between his religious family, his demanding boss and an unrequited love for his ex, Adam’s life is going to change. He just doesn’t know it yet.
Diverse Aspects: Gay MC





by Akemi Dawn Bowman
– Releases September 26th –

Plot: Aiming to keep her head down and get accepted into her dream art school, Kiko’s life changes for the worst when her dream doesn’t come true and her abusive uncle returns.
Diverse Aspects: Japanese-American MC, anxiety rep





Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo
– Releases September 26th –

Plot: An atmospheric collection of short stories and takes on fairytales filled with revenge, betrayal and love. All set in the Grishaverse.
Diverse Aspects: Characters of multiple ethnicities



So those are the releases we are most looking forward to this month!
What is your most anticipated read?
Lots of Love,
Angharad @

12 thoughts on “September Releases // 2017 Edition

  1. There are so many amazing books coming out this month!! I’ve been waiting for The Girl with the Red Balloon (need to go pick up a copy now!!) and I can’t wait for Warcross!!

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    1. I know, right? I didn’t know how many until I started researching haha! I ordered my copy of The Girl with the Red Balloon this morning too and Warcross is totally up my street. I hope you have a great reading month! ❤

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