QBD’s 2021 Books of the Year

We are thrilled to announce our 2021 Books of the Year! This year, we would love to congratulate “Before You Knew My Name” by Jacqueline Bublitz, “The Storyteller” by Dave Grohl, and “Seven Wherewithal Way” by Samantha Ellen Bound. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Before You Knew My Name by Jacqueline Bublitz

When Alice arrived in New York, she was looking for a fresh start. No one was to know that in one month she would be an unidentified murder victim. But when Ruby, a lonely Australian woman, finds Alice’s body – her life is changed. Soon after the discovery, Ruby encounters a Death Club – a place where she feels feel to explore her increasing obsession with the girl and her unidentified killer. 

The Storyteller by Dave Grohl 

Experience the life of one of the most respected musicians in the industry with “Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music” by Dave GrohlWritten by the man himself, Grohl takes us on a journey through his exciting career in the spotlight. Learn about his time on the road with Nirvana and the Foo Fighters, playing at the Academy Awards, meeting Sir Paul McCartney at Royal Albert Hall, and more in this incredible title!

Seven Wherewithal Way by Samantha Ellen Bound

When cousin Ferd crash-lands a flying bus in Celeste’s backyard, what choice does she have but to follow him home to Seven Wherewithal Way? Wherewithal is bursting with magic and mystery and otherworldly creatures. It’s her favourite place in any world. This time, if she wants to save her cousin, their home, and the Realms, she is going to have to find her adventurous side! 

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