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Hey everyone! Can you guys believe it’s almost September (or it already is by the time that you are reading this)? Are there any September 2021 Book Releases that you are excited about?

In this list, I’m writing about September 2021 book releases that I’m pretty excited about and I hope you guys are too. Thankfully all of these I already have a copy of so I will be linking reviews to this post as the month goes by.

I love finding out what books are going to be released each month. Why? Well because my TBR (to be read) isn’t already big enough (complete sarcasm). Granted if I do find a book that I’m really wanting I probably won’t buy it right away, but I will add it to my wish list in case I want it later. If I don’t save it then I will probably forget all about it! If you want to see the full synopsis of these books then you can find them on Goodreads. Here is the list of September 2021 Book Releases that I CANNOT wait to read!

The Children’s Secret (Sept 7) – The Children’s Secret is a September 2021 release that’s coming out on the 7th. Nothing ever happens in Middlebrook. It’s called a sleepy town for a reason. But one hot Saturday afternoon a back-to-school party is thrown. A few kids who quickly grow bored go to the barn and ultimately one of them ends up getting shot by another kid. The media has a frenzy over the whole incident and starts asking questions some of the parents don’t know how to answer. One of those questions is what kind of parents are they to let them play unsupervised? As the investigation progresses the police have many questions such as out of the nine children who pulled the trigger? And why are the other kids keeping silent about the whole thing?

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Never Saw Me Coming (Sept 7) – Never Saw me Coming follows Chloe Sevre. She’s a freshman and just so happens to be the hot girl next door. Her hobbies include yoga, frat parties. and planning to kill her childhood friend. Chloe is one of few students who are a part of a clinical study for psychopaths. They are required to wear watches that track their mood and their activities. When one of the students in the program is killed, Chloe goes from hunter to prey. Can she really trust any of the other psychopaths in the program?

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The Missing Hours (Sept 10) – The Missing Hours follows Claudia Castro. From a distance, it looks like she has it all. Her family is famous, has a trust fund, thousands of followers on Instagram, and a guaranteed spot in NYU. If you were to look closer you would see that her parents are divorcing, she’s been humiliated by a documentary, and her sister is having an accidental baby with a guy she doesn’t even know. She tries to start off the school year on a positive note but after one drunken night, everything changes. When school starts back up after spring break Claudia is missing. Now the whole city is out looking for her but will she be found? Does she even want to be found?

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Generation Manifestation (Sept 14) – Generation Manifestation is about The Genetic Wars that turned the planet into a wasteland. Now that war is over and the dregs (DNA regulars) and the superpowered Supergenics now live separately from each other. When some parents bear Supergenic children they by law have to send them to live with the other Supergenics. When the testing day comes, Caitlin Feral hopes to manifest powers like superheroes in comic books. How much will Caitlin give up in order to become a supergirl? When she uncovers dark secrets, should she start another war when one just ended?

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The Spires (Sept 21) – The Spires follows Penelope Cox and she barely has her life together. When her past comes knocking on her door she is forced to help an old college roommate who is trying to escape an abusive husband. She’s not bothered about the inconvenience of having there but she is bothered by the memories she drags up. Twenty years ago Penelope lived with her friend along with several other people. They got along fine until they didn’t. Having wild parties almost frequently jealousy, resentment, unrequited love, and obsession spiral up. When they all get into a fight the night ends up in flames, literally. Now her friend is the perfect house guest and helps when needed, but Penelope can’t help but wonder if she’s hiding something.

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September 2021 Book Releases

The Stowaway ( Sept 21) – Two years ago, Maria Fontana was the deciding vote on a jury that set a supposed serial killer free. Now she and her family are on vacation on a two-week-long cruise. At first, they are actually enjoying themselves. When guests are found brutally murdered just like they were years ago when she was on the jury, the ship goes on lockdown. Maria is one of only twelve people who knows about the details of the case from years ago. Is this new person just a copycat? Or is it the same person?

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September 2021 book releases

This is Why we Lie (Sept 21) – Everyone in Gardiners Bay has a secret. When Jenna and Adam find Colleen’s body floating off the shore, the whole town is shaken up. What has the town even more torn up is that her drowning was no accident. When Jenna’s best friend becomes a key suspect she decides to take matters into her own hands. As she looks for the truth she uncovers scandals that have taken place at her school. Since there are others at her school who knows she trying to uncover the truth she ends up getting a lot of judgemental looks. As lies unravel, the whole truth starts to blur. Can Jenna and Adam figure out what’s happening?

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The House of Dust (Sept 28) –

Deep in the heat and silence of rural Tennessee, down an untraveled road, sits the forgotten town of Three Summers. Mere miles away, on an overgrown river island, stands the house that once presided over the grand plantation of Angel’s Landing, moss-draped, decrepit. Waiting.

Failing crime writer Bradley Ellison and former prostitute Missy Holiday are drawn to this place, fleeing a world turned against them. For Brad, it is work—he must find a compelling story before the true-crime magazine he writes for judges him expendable. For Missy, it is recuperation—four years at “the club” have left her drained.

But the price of peace is high, and soon Brad and Missy discover that something hides behind the quiet. Something moves in the night. Something that manifests itself in bizarre symbols and disturbing funeral rites. Something that twists back through time and clings in the dust of the ancient house. A presence they must uncover before their own past catches up with them.

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The Orphan Witch (Sept 28)

The Orphan Witch is a September 2021 book release coming out on the 28th. Persephone May was abandoned as a baby and has been alone for most of her life. She wants to belong somewhere but it doesn’t help that she was dragged through the foster care system. She’s lonely and on top of that, she’s a bit strange. Weird things always happen when she’s around and those who want her in their family quickly push her away. In order to cope with things she never makes friends or gets close to anyone. After an accident and a very public display of power, she has to run… again. When the only friend she’s managed to keep invites her over she can’t believe her luck. When she arrives she realizes that where her friend lives is no ordinary place. In fact, it might just be the place that can give her answers.

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If you enjoyed this post then you might enjoy my list of YA Thrillers you should have on your shelf. Are any of these September 2021 Book Releases on you TBR?

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