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6 Literary Fiction Books to Get Lost in


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12 Jan 2023

6 Literary Fiction Books to Get Lost in

With so many new literary fiction books releasing in 2023, it can be hard to choose which ones to read first. But don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Check out our picks for the six literary fiction books you absolutely have to read this month.

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The Essence of Emmaline Strong

by J. Willis Sanders

Release Date: November 23, 2022

Jordan McCray is a musical prodigy. Having mastered three stringed instruments by age ten, she plans a great career after college. When a medical diagnosis ends those plans, a women who claims to be born before the Civil War offers to help. That help, unfortunately, comes with a condition that will change Jordan’s life forever … if she accepts.

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The Cart Pusher

by Phil M. Williams

Release Date: January 1, 2023

Why am I here? My life’s pointless. I was going to Penn before my parents got divorced and stopped paying my tuition. Now I’m back at Big-Mart. The only positive in my life is Charlotte, my hot girlfriend. Although, if I’m being honest, it’s not going so well. My coworker, Kyle, is a misogynist, but he might be right about Charlotte’s monkey branching, which apparently means she’s still with me but looking to trade up. I think she might be interested in our boss. Ron’s been known to “date” the most attractive associates. But I have a plan to turn it all around. I’ve been saving and investing in Bitcoin. I’m gonna be rich. You’ll see. Then I’ll show everybody.

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His Secret Daughter

by Melissa Wiesner

Release Date: January 3, 2023

Not Noah. Not my husband. But there he is, unconscious in the hospital bed. Our daughter sobs into my shoulder. We love him so much. What if he never wakes up? And who is the little girl beside him, gazing up at us with big, tear-filled brown eyes? Eyes that look just like my husband’s…

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The Hopkins Manuscript

by R.C. Sherriff

Release Date: January 5, 2023

First published in 1939, as the world was teetering on the brink of global war, R.C. Sherriff’s classic science fiction novel is a timely and powerful missive from the past that captures human nature in all its complexity.

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Night Wherever We Go

by Tracey Rose Peyton

Release Date: January 3, 2023

A gripping, radically intimate debut novel about a group of enslaved women staging a covert rebellion against their owners. Visceral and arresting, Night Wherever We Go illuminates each woman’s individual trials and desires while painting a subversive portrait of collective defiance. Unflinching in her portrayal of America’s gravest injustices, while also deeply attentive to the transcendence, love, and solidarity of women whose interior lives have been underexplored, Tracey Rose Peyton creates a story of unforgettable power.

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In the Time of Our History

by Susanne Pari

Release Date: January 3, 2023

Inspired by her own Iranian-American heritage, the acclaimed author weaves a beautifully crafted story of mothers and daughters, secrets and lies, and defying expectations—even when those choices come with an irrevocable cost.

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