Here Are the 9 New Books You Should Read in November

The Future, Naomi Alderman (Nov. 7)  

At the same time, an unlikely group of friends go on a dangerous mission to take down the world's richest and most powerful people.

The Vulnerables, Sigrid Nunez (Nov. 7)

In New York City in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sigrid Nunez's new book, which won the National Book Award, is both sad and funny.

Same Bed Different Dreams, Ed Park (Nov. 7)  

From the acclaimed author of the 2008 novel Personal Days comes a sprawling work of meta speculative fiction.

To Free the Captives: A Plea for the American Soul, Tracy K. Smith (Nov. 7)

Tracy K. Smith, former U.S. Poet Laureate, writes a fiery statement about how rituals can help Black people in America deal with the violence and racism that still exist.

My Name is Barbra, Barbra Streisand (Nov. 7)  

Barbra Streisand, a living legend, writes a book that is almost 1,000 pages long and about her life and work as one of the most famous people in theater and movies. 

The New Naturals, Gabriel Bump (Nov. 14)  

Following the death of their infant daughter, grieving parents and Black academics Rio and Gibraltar decide they need to make a change.

Day, Michael Cunningham (Nov. 14)

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Michael Cunningham's The Hours depicts a Brooklyn family's love and sorrow before, during, and after COVID-19 upends their lives.

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