November has plenty to offer us when it comes to books, whether it’s science fiction set in the desert, historical fiction set in 1930s Los Angeles, coming-of-age stories or exciting edge-of-your-seat mysteries. The debut novels from Freya Marske and Kyle Lucia Wu are poised to wow us this month while the ambitious novel, The Perishing is also expected to be a hit.
Award-winning authors such as Louise Erdrich and Hervé Le Tellier are also releasing works this month and fan favourite Hiromi Kawakami is also releasing a new heartwarming novel.
1. A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske
Freya Marske’s debut novel, A Marvellous Light is a mix of Edwardian England and magic. The novel follows Robin Blyth who has been named as the civil service liaison after an administrative mistake.
His life turns a turn as he now has to uncover the beauty and danger of magic including a deadly curse and the foreboding visions that come with it.
Release: November 2