We break down all the books we read in September 2022, including from Taylor Jenkins Reid, Erin Meyer and more.
Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Taylor Jenkins Reid consistently knocks it out of the park with her string of latest releases. This novel centres around the fictional tennis player, Carrie Soto, and her attempts to make a comeback. It’s a brilliantly plotted, fast-paced novel that peeks behind the curtain of what it means to be a woman in sport.
Read our full review here.
The Culture Map by Erin Meyer
This is a vital read for anyone who works within an international company – the book allows a framework to work and understand the gaps between different cultures and the painpoints that may cause misunderstanding and confusions.
Cilka’s Journey by Heather Morris
This stunning novel by Heather Morris tells the story of Cilka Klein, who having endured unspeakable horrors under the Nazi regime was forced into hard labour in Siberian camps. Over time, she learns to survive in this horrific environment. What the novel brings to life, more than anything, are the everyday horrors endured in these labour camps.
The Charm Offensive by Alison Cochrun
Based off The Bachelor, The Charm Offensive is the tender and emotional love story between Charlie – the lead of the series Ever After and his male producer Dev. More than this though, the story brings to life, the human side of what it is like grappling with anxiety and also of understanding your own sexuality.