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September TBR

With a new month comes a new list of books that we all want to get to. Sometimes that list may have just one book and sometimes that list may have way more books than what is realistically possible. And sometimes the list might not even exist because you are a mood reader.

For the month of September, I have several books of different genres that I want to pick up either for book clubs, buddy reads or just for personal pleasure. Coming up is the list of books that I will hopefully get around to reading this month!

1. Sapiens – Yuval Noah Harari (Non-Fiction)

There’s a high chance you would own this book (if not have read it) or at least seen the book everywhere. Having gotten halfway through a few months back, I randomly decided to drop it. This month I fully intend to finish it.

If you’re not already aware about the book, it revolves around the existence of our species, from what and how we evolved, how the concept of money came into being, how humans adapted the art of agriculture and formation of religion. It is a highly insightful book on human history which everyone should definitely give a try.

2. Stoner – John Williams (Classic fiction)

As part of the Book Lovers Club on Discord, the September’s pick happens to be this book which I have already given a start. From the first few pages, the story is all about William Stoner’s life, marriage, the hardships he faced in his personal life and career all against an academic backdrop.

3. Normal People – Sally Rooney (Fiction)

Having seen this book everywhere on Instragam and Youtube, I am finally inclined to picking it up. As part of my “Around the World in Books Challenge” (which I will soon speak about in another post), this book will help me tick Ireland off the list. The book follows the story of Connell and Marianne from school to college and explores their complicated and intense young love while being set in Ireland. Once I finish the book, I will definitely watch the show as well!

4. The Rise of Kyoshi – F.C. Yee, Michael Dante DiMartino (Fantasy)

Being a MASSIVE fan of Avatar the Last Airbender since childhood, I recently found out on Goodreads that there is a series dedicated specifically to Avatar Kyoshi. The book essentially delves into the story of how she became an avatar, how she established the fearless Kyoshi warriors and so much more. From the few comments that I have read, apparently the book has LGBTQ rep as well.

For those who aren’t aware of Avatar the Last Airbender, I STRONGLY urge you to watch the series ( and definitely not the movie).

5. Malibu Rising – Taylor Jenkins Reid (Fiction)

This book has been seen EVERYWHERE on the internet for the past 2 months. Since it is the September pick for the Late Night Bookclub, I figured now would be a good time as any to pick it up.

The story revolves around four famous siblings with one unforgettable night in their lives, where several family secrets are unraveled, relationships are tested and tears are shed all taking place in Malibu. For anyone who has read any other works of TJ Reid already know that this is going to be one amazing read!


And with that, we come to the end of September’s TBR. Fingers crossed that I get to most of these books if not all. I will definitely be picking up more books that are not part of this TBR and more pertinent to my mood.

For reviews on the above mentioned books and any other book that I read, stay tuned for the upcoming posts!

Comment down below which book you absolutely WANT to read this month.

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By Harini @BookSpiral

Hi! I am Harini and I run this blog. I am a massive lover of books and like to spend all my time reading. My main aim is to explore new topics and unique books and talk about it on my blog. Hope you enjoy the content that I put out!

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