10 Must-Read New Books Out This Week

Including Colleen Hoover’s sequel to It Ends With Us.

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This week’s new releases include books from Colleen Hoover, Chelsea Manning, Alisha Rai, and Samanta Schweblin.

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Three siblings — Noreen, Aisha, and Kausar — find themselves pulled apart following their parents’ untimely deaths in this new novel from the author of If They Come for Us.
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This debut collection from transgender astrologer and creative writing instructor Luke Dani Blue comprises 10 short stories that ruminate on bodily autonomy and dysphoria.
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All nine issues of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ 2016-18 Black Panther run are collected together in this hardcover omnibus, which hits stores shelves this week — just in time for the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
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Readers just can’t get over Colleen Hoover’s It Ends With Us, thanks (in part) to the novel’s popularity on BookTok. Now, this long-awaited sequel will reveal Atlas’ side of the story.
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Barbara Kingsolver’s David Copperfield retelling centers on the eponymous Demon Copperhead, a child who finds himself in the foster care system when his mother and stepfather become victims of the opioid epidemic.
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Government whistleblower Chelsea Manning finally gets the chance to tell her complete story in README.txt, which releases this week.
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At 36, Mira just wants a boring guy to settle down with, and straitlaced Naveen looks to be the perfect candidate. But when Naveen is accidentally pulled into Mira’s latest adventure — one that involves a Las Vegas heist — will he think she’s not boring enough?
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'Black Women Will Save the World: An Anthem' by April Ryan
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April Ryan examines the impact Black women have had on on U.S. history and contemporary politics in this new genre-bending new book, which blends memoir, biography, and pop history.
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Seven Empty Houses made Samanta Schweblin (Little Eyes, Fever Dream) a household name in the Spanish-language market. This week, English-language readers can finally pick up the short-story collection.
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Dani Shapiro’s Signal Fires examines how a 1985 car crash forever changes the lives of two siblings, their father, and their neighbors.
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