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The best books Kobo read in September 2023

By Kobo • September 30, 2023Kobo Staff Picks

Discover the eBooks and audiobooks that Kobo staffers loved in September.

Cackle by Rachel Harrison

"I just finished this book last night and I have to give it a shoutout. It explores witches, loneliness, and quaint small-town vibes." —Harleigh

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A Queen of Thieves and Chaos by K.A. Tucker

“I’ve devoured this whole series and I can’t believe more people aren’t talking about it! Great world-building and characters with a romance on top of that. Plus it’s a KWL book! Highly recommend for anyone who loves fantasy.” —Laura

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Rouge by Mona Awad

“The new Mona Awad is fantastic. I’m a huge fan of hers, so I was bound to like it - but the fairytale elements? The creepy, satirical depiction of the beauty industry? Slay.” —Natasha

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A Study in Drowning by Ava Reid

“Autumn is the time for Gothics and fantasy in my opinion, and this book delivers both.”—Terrence

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Anywhere You Run by Wanda M. Morris

“This was a dark but compelling story, centred around 2 Black sisters fleeing from Mississippi during the Jim Crow era in 1964.” —Anna

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Midnight Is the Darkest Hour by Ashley Winstead

“This one isn’t out for a couple of weeks still, but Ashley Winstead writes some of the best thrillers (and amazingly, also fantastic romances). Midnight Is the Darkest Hour is so, so good! —Chenise

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