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Over the last few months, a new class of bright voices has arrived in bookstores. And now’s the perfect time to catch up on these rising literary stars.
Below you’ll find 20 debut novels—both adult fiction and YA—that hit bookshelves from May to August, capturing the attention of our readers. From a young girl who tries to escape an abusive survivalist father (My Absolute Darling), to a riveting tale of Lizzie Borden (See What I Have Done), to the aftermath of a teen’s murder (Girl in Snow), these books will take you from summer to fall.
You can also read our exclusive interviews with a few of these new authors, including What We Lose’s Zinzi Clemmons, My Absolute Darling’s Gabriel Tallent, Stay With Me’s Ayobami Adebayo, Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore’s Matthew Sullivan, and The Leavers’ Lisa Ko.
Be sure to add these intriguing books to your Want to Read shelf, and let us know what debut novels you’ve recently discovered.
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The Iraqi Government must ensure that the thousands of women and girls who survived sexual violence by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da'esh) terrorist fighters receive care, protection and justice, and that children born because of such violence do not face a life of discrimination and abuse, a United Nations report published today says.