Must read books released in September 2022

Autumn has arrived and we are so excited to kick off the season with a bunch of great new releases. The September books included updated covers and special editions, a basic book on media literacy, and the start of the highly anticipated new Chloe Gong duos!

Discover this bestselling National Book Award winning classic on what it means to be human with updated and reimagined cover!

Matt Alkran was not born. It was harvested.

His DNA came from El Patrón, the drug lord of the opium country. Most people hate and fear clones like Matt – except for El Patron. El Patrón loves Matt as much as he loves himself, because Matt is himself.

As Matt struggles to make sense of his existence, he is threatened by a sinister group of characters, and realizes that escaping is his only chance of survival. But escaping from the Alacran property does not guarantee freedom.

Renowned author, journalist, and medical doctor Dr. Sima Yasmine is a much-needed and timely book on the importance of media literacy, fact-based reporting, and the ability to distinguish truth from lies.

whats the truth? What are the reliable sources? what is the news? What is fake news? How can anyone understand it anymore? Well we have to. As conspiracy theories and online hoaxes increasingly become a part of our national discourse and “truth” itself is questioned, it has never been more important to build the distinction necessary to tell truth from fiction, and media literacy has never been more important.

In this accessible guide, award-winning journalist, scientist, medical professional, and professor Dr. Sima Yasmin tracks the spread of disinformation and disinformation through our fast-moving media landscape and teaches young readers the skills that will help them identify and counter bad clickbait sources and misleading headlines.

from author evil heart And the immortal A beautiful and haunting novel about a group of five terminally ill teens, Midnight Stories comes a reality, now with a stunning new cover!

Rotterham Home was a youth shelter – a place where teenagers with incurable diseases would die. Nobody ever checked in. It was a place of pain and sadness, but also a place of great humor and adventure.

Every night at twelve, a group of young men and girls gathered in the hospice to tell stories. They called themselves the Midnight Club, and their stories can be true or false, inspiring or depressing, or somewhere in between.

One night, in the midst of a particularly frightening story, the teens make a secret pact with each other, which states that “the first to die will do everything he can to contact us from beyond the grave, to give us proof of life after death.”

Then someone dies…

Set in 2005, this adorable, funny, and honest graphic novel follows four teens who stumble upon the illegal DVD-burning business of cartoons that rocks their conservative small town…and their friendship.

When Brooke, Kelly, Maggie, and Melissa buy an illegal anime DVD at a gas station, they get way more than they bargained for. Super Love XL, a tricky move that includes – among other things – a giant mecha firing laser beams from its chest. The four girls are terrified (and perhaps a little intrigued). It’s unlike anything they’ve seen, likely to shock anyone else in their town, and he’ll surely take over their ultra-conservative Christian school. That’s when they have an idea to sell copies to local boys…for twenty bucks a pop.

At first, everything goes well, friends collect money – very soon they will have enough money to buy the identical jackets they have always dreamed of! But with the anime DVD market growing moderately, the girls are realizing that they need new material. On top of figuring out how to replicate their first success, there is growing tension within the group. Brooke and Kelly’s love story is in its final stages, and feelings hurt when Melissa begins falling in love with one of them.

Will the four girls’ shared history be strong enough to see them through this turmoil? Or will they learn that some things only end with heartbreak?

A teen girl gets the perfect second try for a first kiss in this hilarious, fun-packed romantic comedy for young adults perfect for fans of the Jenna Evans Welch and Hallmark Christmas movies.

Francie was born in a stable. truly. Granted, she was a supermodel with a shining star on the roof, one of the many Christmas items for sale at her family’s Holiday store Holydale. Their holiday gift empire also includes Santa’s School, which was founded by Francie’s beloved grandfather, who recently passed away.

Francie has always loved working in the store, but recently Aunt Carol changed everything with her ideas for Hollywood-inspired Santa costumes and horrifying staff uniforms. Seeing Aunt Carol will destroy all the charm and nostalgia that Francie loves about her family’s business…unless she does something about it.

But this winter is about more than just preserving the magic of Christmas. Francie saves up to buy a car and meets the catch to kiss the cute boy who works in the tree yard next door – hopefully that’s good enough to erase her failure of a first kiss from her memory.

With weather fears growing outside, can Francie take the vacation of her dreams?

from #1 The New York Times Bestselling author These violent delights And the Our violent endings The first book in the captivating new duo follows a pair of mismatched spies posing as a married couple to investigate a series of brutal murders in Shanghai in the 1930s.

It’s 1931 in Shanghai, and the stage is set for a new decade of intrigue.

Four years ago, Rosalind Lang was brought back from the brink of death, but the bizarre experience that saved her also kept her from falling asleep and aging — and allowing her to heal from any wound. In short, Rosalind cannot die. Now, in desperate need of redemption for her treacherous past, she uses her abilities as a killer for her country.

Codename: Fortune.

But when the Imperial Japanese Army begins its march of conquest, Rosalind’s mission is centered. A series of murders caused unrest in Shanghai, and the Japanese came under suspicion. Rosalind’s new orders are to infiltrate the alien community and identify the culprits behind the terror plot before killing more of its members.

To reduce suspicion, she must pretend to be the wife of another nationalist spy, Orion Hong, and although Rosalind finds Orion’s arrogant attitude and careless behavior infuriating, she is willing to work with him for the greater good. But Orion has his own agenda, and Rosalind has secrets she wants to bury. As they both attempt to unravel the plot, the two spies soon discover that there are deeper and more terrifying layers to this mystery than they ever imagined.

From The New York Times Bestselling author Love and Gelato Comes a touching and romantic novel about two teens trying to find their place in the world after being unceremoniously dragged to Salem, Massachusetts, for the summer.

Willow has never felt like she belongs anywhere and is convinced that the only way to find a real home is to travel the world. But her plans to work toward her dream are put on hold when her reclusive and often absent mother drags Willow to Salem, Massachusetts, to end the affairs of her Aunt Willow who she didn’t even know she did. An aunt may or may not be a witch.

There, she meets Mason, a loner who always feels out of place and has been in and out of nursing homes his whole life. He has been labeled a fugitive, constantly looking for ways to return him to his mother; Even if you can’t take care of him, it’s his job to try to take care of her. is not it?

Naturally drawn to each other, Willow and Mason set out across Salem to discover the secret pasts of Willow’s mother, her aunt, and the mysterious history of her family. During all of this, they can’t help but work on their normal relationship. But with a load of baggage between them – and Willow’s growing conviction that her family might be cursed – can they hold on to each other?

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