Waterstones – Books of the Month for September

There is encouragement to look to what lies under our noses and beneath our feet in September’s reading highlights. In the mix is a winding tale of lost children and found secrets, a stark warning of climate change crisis, an impeccably crafted psychological thriller and an absolute treat of a shaggy dog story.

Fiction Book of the Month – Once Upon a River from Diane Setterfield

Secrets and stories converge by the banks of the meandering Thames in a beguiling novel of love and lost children from the author of The Thirteenth Tale.

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Non-Fiction Book of the Month – The Uninhabitable Earth from David Wallace-Wells

Unflinchingly frank and unapologetically apocalyptic, journalist David Wallace-Wells’ transformative book is a game-changing assessment of climate change.

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Thriller of the Month – The Wych Elm from Tana French

Tana French takes the psychological thriller into knotty new territory for a gripping tale tracing one man’s descent into paranoia, suspicion and agonising self-doubt.

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Children’s Book of the Month – I, Cosmo from Carlie Sorosiak

Follow canine hero Cosmo as he attempts to dance his way to victory and save his family on the way in this witty, moving animal classic.

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