Some of the biggest names in literary fiction, poetry and politics release books this September. It's time to hibernate, snuggle under that duvet and bury your head in a good book. Here's September's top book releases, according to me.
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Take heed, there's a fresh new voice in literary fiction. A moving debut novel, Montpelier Parade by Karl Geary is the story of Sonny, a teenage boy looking for love in all the wrong places.
All We Shall Know (Transworld Books) by Donal Ryan is a modern masterpiece of Irish storytelling. Melody Shee falls pregnant by a young traveller boy and this sets in motion a series of life-changing consequences for the thirty three year old teacher. A thoroughly convincing female-driven narrative, Ryan's first novel told from a female narrator's perspective is as…
Verging on middle age; not quite sea hag, not yet swan, Mary Cate (AKA me) is a self-professed kook with a love of man-repelling outfits, raging feminist outbursts and high brow cultural escapades. Has no access to the top shelf (5' 2"). Expect hair. Lots of hair.
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September 12, 2018
By Mary Cate Smith