Now that the summer months are rolling in its the perfect time to pick out your summer reads.
Whether you’re looking for your summer beach read, in flight entertainment. Or something to make you forget you sadly don’t have a holiday planned. I have rounded up a list of books you should be on your Summer Reading. Whether you pick one or pull a Rory Gilmore & read three at once I’m sure you’ll find something on this list to get you through those lazy summer days.
There is something exciting about picking out the books that will get you through the summer. Knowing you’ll have unlimited hours lounging by the pool to devour your latest read. So today I have rounded up some of the most exciting new releases to read this summer. These brand spanking new books are going to have you glued to the pages.
Daisy Jones & The Six – Taylor Jenkins Reid
Daisy Jones & The Six has got to be the book of the summer. This has had so much hype and let me tell you it lives it the hype. All about the rise and ultimate split between the infamous Daisy Jones & The Six as they rise to fame during the 1970’s
At her twin sisters wedding Olive is forced to play nice with Ethan the best man. So when the entire wedding party apart from Olive & Ethan gets food poisoning there is a paid for trip to Hawaii on the table. Olive & Ethan head to paradise planning to avoid each other but when they’re forced to play newly weds they end up closer than expected.
Queer Eye’s fashion guru & master of the French tuck Tan France’s autobiography is one to read. Following his life from a kid in South Yorkshire, too growing to love fashion, meeting his husband and the path which eventually lead to Queer Eye. I have been looking forward to reading so much so I pre-ordered it so I could start it right away.
Kahi Diep processes emotions different due to his autism. So when he refuses to consider a relationship his mother heads to Vietnam to find him the perfect bride. Given the opportunity Esme Tran can’t turn the trip to America to meet her potential husband. Only seducing Khai doesn’t go as planned and Esme who’s feelings are strong is running out of time.
For the Handmaid’s Tale fans this is one for you. The Testaments is Margaret Atwood’s sequel to the widely popular Handmaids Tale. Following Offred’s Story 15 years later after she’s stepped into the unknown. With testaments from three women of Gilead. This sounds a very exciting read.
This is one I’m very excited to read, according to Oprah it’s one of the most anticipated books of 2019. City Girls Set in New York in the 1940s it’s a tale of show girls, female sexuality, and love. As nineteen year old Vivian gains employment at her Aunt Peg’s Manhattan Theatre after being kicked out of Vassar. Vivian takes on New York in this tale being told by her 89 year old self.
Not usually my type of book but this one sounds like it will be an amazing read. A suspenseful drama Searching for Sylvie Lee follows three women of a Chinese Immigrant family – A mother and her two daughters. Who explore what happens when her eldest daughter goes missing.
I love a good time travel story but I also love any type of historical fiction so this sounds like an ideal book for me. One morning in 1937 Joe Reynolds meets a young woman who’s flapper clothes and talk of the roaring twenties seems a little out of place. Trapped inside the Grand Central Terminal and trapped in a time Nora can’t figure out. Nora and Joe take full advantage of the world inside Grand Central Terminal. Testing the limits of time, freedom and love.
Set to be the Rom -Com of the summer – Are we Nearly There Yet follows Alice who’s turning 30 & stuck in a rut. While all her friends are settling down, she is still working a temp job. She decides to jet off on an around the world trip hoping to find herself along the way. I loved Lucy Vine’s last two novels so I can’t wait to get my hands on her new book.
Nadia gets the 7:30 train every morning without fail, Dan also gets the 7:30 train every morning without fail. One morning Nadia reads a post in the daily paper asking the girl on the train if she’d like to get a drink sometime. Leading to a not quite romance for near misses between the two. I’m all here for this book this is my ideal rom-com style novel which I can’t wait to read.
In The Farm Jane a young immigrant is in search for a better future so she joins The Farm to secure a better life. The Farm is set to transform the fertility industry for women to have perfect babies for someone else. Once Jane becomes a “Host” as they call it she beings to worry of her family outside. Although if she leaves the farm will she receive the big money she’s promised to when she gives birth?