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Sep 10

New on Axis 360 in September & October

Posted on September 10, 2020 at 9:03 AM by Bobbie Clark

New on Axis 360 

September/October 2020 


Looking for new eBooks to enjoy? These are some of the most anticipated titles coming to Axis 360 from mid-September to mid-October. They include biography, fiction, a children’s book, and a young adult title. 



Written by Jon Tester, three-term senator from Montana, this book has a lot of local appeal. Grounded provides readers with a unique perspective on these divided times in American politics. Available as both an eBook and downloadable audiobook. 



To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini (9/15/20) 

The author is best known for the young adult book Eragon and its sequels. By contrast, To Sleep in a Sea of Stars is an adult science-fiction book. Many readers are probably wondering if Paolini’s style has changed and evolved with the passing of time. Best advice – read it and find out. 



A Time for Mercy by John Grisham (10/13/20) 

Long-time Grisham fans will be excited to see a new book featuring Jack Brigance.  Available as both an eBook and downloadable audiobook. 



Maya and the Rising Dark by Rena Barron (9/22/20) 

This highly anticipated children’s fantasy book blends contemporary settings and experiences with complex mythological elements, drawn from Western African traditions. Available as both an eBook and downloadable audiobook. 



The Left-handed Booksellers of London by Garth Nix (9/22/20) 

This young adult fantasy novel is set in 1983 in London, but a rather different London than the one that readers are familiar with – a more magical version. Nix is an expert at crafting not just epic fantasy worlds, but strong, relatable, and complex characters. These characters are no exception. 


Publication dates are subject to change! 

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