Need A Good Book To Read? | Here Are 6!

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Sure, there are lots of new books coming out now – it’s one of the happy realities of summer. I like that nothing matters when it comes to reading – we all know that whether you are 25 or 95, it’s safe to say you can still enjoy a good book. Plus, they’re an excellent option for entertaining yourself in warm weather – because they go anywhere. With this in mind, below are my recent finds. So, accessorize one of these books with your favorite summer beverage, a big hat to keep the sun out of your eyes and enjoy!

I love books, by the way, way more than movies. Movies tell you what to think. A good book lets you choose a few thoughts for yourself.

― Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

The Gifted School by Bruce Holsinger

This book has been compared to BIG LITTLE LIES, and it’s also a topic that’s been in the news lately – wealthy celebs twisting the rules a bit and bribing schools like Yale and Stanford – so their child can go to a top school. Much like the news headlines – this story shows how far parents will go so their children will succeed. I love when fiction and reality merge.

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The Most Fun We Ever Had by Claire Lombardo

I love the kind of book that requires a big chair and having healthy snacks on hand before you begin reading because you just know you won’t want to stop for food. THE MOST FUN WE EVER HAD promises this. It’s a beautiful multi-generational story of a family’s journey through life and their struggles with things such as infidelity, surprise pregnancies, and cancer.

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The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali

This book is going to make you think – it’s about the history and culture of Iran and shows the political unrest leading up to the fall of Mossadegh in 1953, Iran. It’s also a book about love and loss, family and friendships. An excellent choice for historical fiction enthusiasts.

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The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung

I loved the basic premise of this book. A young woman is trying to find herself in a man’s world – but the odds are against her. To prove herself, she decides to try and solve an impossible math theory, the Riemann hypothesis. I am and always will be partial to reading about strong women.

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Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

There are a lot of rave reviews for this book. And who can resist a story that requires you have a box of kleenex handy and be prepared to believe in true love. Not me. This sounds like the quintessential summer read.

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Necessary People by Anna Pitoniak

As I’ve said before, I love reading about strong, ambitious women. I also like to mix things up and read a thriller now and again. This story explores the relationship between two female friends – one is poor, the other wealthy. And when they end up working for the same company – they become rivals, and their friendship turns toxic – very toxic.

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