Are you looking for a brand-new book to cosy up with this month? Well, we have SO MANY new titles hitting our shelves that are perfect for you! From “Count Your Lucky Stars” by Alexandria Bellefleur to “Book of Night” by Holly Black, you are bound to find a book that you love at QBD. Happy reading!
“Count Your Lucky Stars” by Alexandria Bellefleur
Margot Cooper doesn’t do relationships. But as she tours a wedding venue with her engaged friends, Margot comes face-to-face with Olivia Grant – her childhood friend, her first love, her first… well, everything. It’s been ten years, but the moment they lock eyes, Margot’s cold, dead heart thumps in her chest. Will history repeat itself or should she count her lucky stars that she gets a second chance with her first love.
“Idol” by Louise O’Neill
For Samantha Miller’s young fans, she’s everything they want to be. She’s an oracle, telling them how to live their lives and find their ‘truth’. Determined to speak her own, Samantha writes an essay about her sexual awakening as a teenager, with her female best friend, Lisa. Soon, Lisa gets in touch to say that she doesn’t remember it that way at all. Whose ‘truth’ is really a lie?
“Lisa: A Memoir – 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss” by Lisa Curry
Olympian and Wellness Entrepreneur Lisa Curry has lived her life in the public eye for four decades. In this very personal memoir, she is now ready to talk about her untold journey. This is her powerful story of starting out and starting again.
“Book of Night” by Holly Black
Charlie is a low-level con artist trying to distance herself from the dangerous world of shadow trading. However, Charlie’s life is thrown into chaos when a terrible figure returns from her past. Determined to survive, Charlie sets herself against a cast of doppelgangers, mercurial billionaires, shadow thieves, and her own sister – desperate to control the magic of the shadows.
“The Improbable Life of Ricky Bird” by Diane Connell
Ricky Bird loves making up stories for her little brother Ollie almost as much as she loves him. Although real life is a whole other story, Ricky Bird is a force to be reckoned with. As the mastermind of so many outlandish plots, imagination is her best weapon to restore her world to rights. As her father used to say, if you can spin a good yarn, you can get on in life.