Summer is a perfect period to do all the things that you usually don't have time for during your workdays, such as travel, rest, self-education, and reading. So, if reading is all you need, this short list of reading tips is the right thing for you!
Fiction Books for Your Readings
We have prepared a list of 30 new fiction books for you to read this summer, so prepare your notes to get information about the new summer books that will turn your world round up.
Many of them have the word "fire" in the title, and this is not a coincidence ‑ these new readings will make your summer literally on fire, taking you to awesome trips and journeys, plunging you down into the depth of nature, oceans, events, relationships, and complicated plots.
Don't know what to do on weekends in summer? Here’s what we’ve got for you:
1. The Bricks That Built the Houses by Kate Tempest is a story of three people who escape their home with stolen cash.
2. Camille Perri's The Assistants is a book about a woman who steals money from the company to pay off her loans. When Tina, a personal assistant of a media proprietor, steals the company money in order to reimburse her student loan debt, the situation turns into a massive conspiracy among the assistants. Rich in friendship, romantic relations, and revenge, this book will definitely win your attention.
3. Lucy Whitehouse in her Keep You Close tells about the investigation of a friend's death leading to new mysterious facts from the dead friend's life.
4. Louise Erdrich’s LaRose is a perfect reading for your book season this summer that will take you into the beautiful world of American Indian reservation in North Dakota.
5. Girls on Fire by Robin Wasserman is a story of two girls, a "good" and a "bad," who are obsessed with each other.
6. Joe Hill's The Fireman takes the reader into a fictional world, where a mysterious disease is spreading all over the planet. A nurse starts to fight for her life as she finds out about her pregnancy.
7. The Weekenders by Mary Kay Andrews is set on Belle Isle and tells a story of a woman whose husband disappeared during the vacation.
8. Stephanie Danler's Sweetbitter narrates a story of a young lady who has just moved to a big city and started working as a waitress. Further the story focuses on intrigues with her colleagues at work.
9. Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi takes the readers back in time, telling about two sisters and their children, and their completely different life paths from slavery to richness.
10. Lily and the Octopus by Steven Rowley is a sweet reading about friendship and love.
The other 20 readings to complete your book season are the following:
- Terry McMillan I Almost Forgot About You
- Rumaan Alam Rich and Pretty
- Stephen King End of Watch
- Emma Cline The Girls
- Annie Proulx Barkskins
- Ruth Ware The Woman in Cabin 10
- Anne Tyler Vinegar Girl
- Midge Raymond The Last Continent
- Bob Proehl A Hundred Thousand Worlds
- Jesse Ball How to Set a Fire and Why
- Suzanne Feldman Absalom's Daughters
- Meg Rosoff Jonathan Unleashed
- Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan Sarong Party Girls
- Emma Rathbone Losing It