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Autumn books what are your top tips

Autumn books: what are your top tips?

Monday 02 September 2013

As the new publishing season gets under way, tell us about the books you can't wait to read.

The Autumn publishing season begins this week, with new novels from Donna Tartt, Stephen King and Helen Fielding, and a slick of celebrity nonfiction coming down the line in October as the industry gears up for the Christmas season.

We've picked out five big hitters, as part of a whistle-stop tour of all the art forms, but we're aware there are hundreds more titles out there. "Would it be too much to ask to have some poetry?" asked one reader. Well, MattheCat, we're looking forward to Daljit Nagra's Ramayana (Faber/ October) - and now's your chance to give us some pointers of your own.

The books currently being read on the Guardian books desk range from John Drury's scholarly account of the life and art of metaphysical poet George Herbert, Music at Midnight (coming from Allen Lane later this month) to Jung Chang's Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who Launched Modern China (Jonathan Cape, October) and Jonathan Coe's new novel Expo58, which is out this week.

So, whether your taste is for fiction or non-fiction, food or fantasy, let us know which books you hope will light your fire as winter approaches.


  1. The Guardian:
    Autumn Books.


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