List Of Bestselling Books In September 2021
As we talked about in our most anticipated novels of September 2021 list, a huge host of great authors (with three Pulitzer Prize winners) have released new books this month. Readers across the world are devouring them, and this reflects in the New York Times List of Bestselling books in September 2021, as we discuss below.
List Of Bestselling Books In September 2021:
- Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty
- Enemy at the Gates by Kyle Mills
- Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead
- Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney
- It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
- The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave
- Forgotten in Death by J D Robb
- Billy Summers by Stephen King
- A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins
- The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty
Suspicions reign high in this thriller about a dysfunctional family in which the children suspect their father for their mother’s disappearance. The Delaney family is at the core of this book, and a stranger who comes knocking at their door for help causes a ruckus that threatens to tear apart the family.
Enemy at the Gates by Kyle Mills
This is the twentieth book in the bestselling Mitch Rapp series. It follows Mitch Rapp as he tries to discover a traitor who has access to important government files and info about a trillionare. But the autocratic president, Anthony Cook, has his suspicions regarding Rapp and his influence and poses a hurdle in the effort.
Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead
His newest novel talks about a salesman at a furniture store. called Carney. He shares a small home with his tiny (and soon to expand) family. But he has a secret – he lives a double life, whose clientele consists of vile people.
Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney
This book follows Alice, a novelist and Felix, a worker in a warehouse as they trip across Rome. Back in Dublin, Alice’s best friend Eileen starts flirting with her childhood friend. All four of these fleshed out characters attempt to deal with their changing lives.
It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover
The master of fiction is back with another tantalizing book about a woman who undergoes tremendous abuse at the hands of her family and partner. And when she meets the odd character Riley who is showing interest in her, she must risk it all again, for the sake of love.
The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave
In this beautifully poignant book, Hannah Hall receives a note from her disappeared husband of a year Owen. This note prompts her to seek out his 16 year old daughter from a previous marriage. Soon an investigation into Owen’s disappearance reveals that he isn’t who Hannah thought he was, and his daughter could help fit in the missing pieces. So the two set out to seek the truth, developing a beautiful bond along the way.
Forgotten in Death by J D Robb
This is the 53rd book in the detective series featuring Eva Dallas, a homicide detective. The victim is found in a dumpster. No informatoion is available about her except that she trades paper flowers for spare change. And that her diary is missing. The crime scene belongs to the victim’s husband, and Eva must scourge the scene and sift through real estate deals to arrive at the answer.
Billy Summers by Stephen King
The newest book from the King of Horror, came out in August. This book follows Billy, a sniper who acts as Robin Hood and kills only very bad people. An expert killer known for disappearing into thin air after his act, he seeks redemption now with one final murder. But will everything go according to plan?
A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins
Post the murder of a young man in a London houseboat, three women come under the radar for their familiarity with him. Laura was the one night stand who was the last to see him. Carla is his aunt, who recently dealt with the loss of another family member. Miriam is a neighbour, who is busy hiding something from the police.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
This has been a bestseller on the NYT list for twelve weeks now, even after the release of Taylor’s next book. As the title suggests, this story revolves around a yesteryear movie icon who relates to a struggling journalist the story of her various colourful love affairs. A life full of scandal, ambition, glamour and forbidden love, this book is a wonder of characterization and plot.
Also Read: Best Debut Novels Of September 2021
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