Best Books of Fall: September | TimeThis month's new releases offer a look into the lives of tech moguls and Oscar winners, feminist spins on classic literature, and thoughtful analyses of modern life. Told from the perspective of Briseis, the Princess of Lyrnessus captured and forced into sexual slavery, Barker's novel looks beyond the narratives of the great war heroes of Greece, instead focusing on the stories of the women captured and held in the Trojan camp—those whose identities and struggles were lost to history. Buy Now. This memoir from Lisa Brennan-Jobs, the daughter of Apple founder Steve Jobs, is making waves before it even hits shelves. Jobs' widow has pushed back against the recollections described by her stepdaughter that paint the tech mogul in a less-than-stellar light, yet the memoir avoids becoming the traditional scathing tell-all thanks to Brennan-Jobs' practical, forgiving tone , according to the New York Times. After numerous biographies and biopics of the man himself, this memoir offers a glimpse into another facet of Jobs, and the ways in which the innovator affected the lives of those closest to him.
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A New Yorker gets a surprise when she spends the summer with her boyfriend in Singapore. Rory Yates's job and reputation are at risk when he is accused of killing his ex-wife. The second book in the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy. As her wedding draws near, Rachel Chu discovers her birth father. The final book in the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy.