Amazon's best books of September: This week's releases

The latest from Jodi Picoult; a therapist applauds her heroic patients; and a deep dive into how former generations have set Millennials up for failure.   

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An interview with Anne Helen Petersen on millennials

We named Can't Even one of our best books of the month and in this interview we talk to the author about millennial burnout, the pandemic, and being a "Lawn Dad."

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The best history books of September

September marks the beginning of the season for big history books.

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Amazon's best books of September: This week's releases

Check out the thrilling prequel to Ken Follett’s beloved Kingsbridge series, and best of the month selections in the mystery, biography, and science fiction genres.

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Best science fiction and fantasy of September

See why the origin story of Thrawn, an original new fantasy series set in an empire of islands, and a deadly space salvage operation are among the Amazon Books editors' favorite new sci-fi and fantasy reads of the month.

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Best literature and fiction of September

This month is an embarrassment of riches with highly anticipated releases from Yaa Gyasi and Elena Ferrante, fan favorites Fredrik Backman and Jodi Picoult, the prequel to Ken Follett's phenomenal Kingsbridge series, and a debut that is drawing lots of well deserved attention.

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Amazon's best books of September: This week's releases

A powerful memoir that examines the ways in which institutionalized racism permeates our judicial system, Fredrick Backman returns with another endearing yarn that will expand your empathy in unlikely places, and Claudia Rankine challenges herself and her readers to confront questions about about privilege and bias.   

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An interview with Brittany K. Barnett

We named "A Knock at Midnight" one of our Best Books of September and we caught up with the author to talk about racial justice, Martin Luther King, inspiration, family, and Beyoncé. 

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Recipe road test: Ina Garten's Fresh Peach Cobbler

A perfect summer recipe from Ina Garten's cookbook, Cooking with Jeffrey, hands-down the best peach cobbler I've ever had (much less made).

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The best biographies and memoirs of September

These are stories of legends, of giants, of those that have changed the world (for better or for worse), and of those who will change the world.

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Amazon's best books of September

This month offers an addictive debut, a powerful memoir that examines the ways in which institutionalized racism permeates our judicial system, the latest from Louise Penny's beloved Chief Inspector Gamache series, and more.

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A decade of #1 books

Here are the Amazon editors' top picks for each of the past ten years.

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Louise Penny on Gamache, Paris, and moments of grace

All the Devils Are Here, the latest in the Chief Inspector Gamache series, is one of our Best Books of August so we spoke to author Louise Penny about Gamache, the joy of writing, meeting your heroes, and much more.

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What to read after "The Vanishing Half"

The Amazon Book Editors are here to help—here's a round-up of timeless novels that like Bennett's investigate sisterhood, identity, and how the past, whether two years or five decades ago, finds it's way into the present.

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The best nonfiction of August

This month the Amazon editors are loving books about parenting, nature, identity, and as they say, a whole lot more. 

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