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May 29, 2016

7 Books You Must Read This Summer

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The quenching heat is unbearable and it just wants us to stay indoors. If you don’t want to do shopping then a trip to mall also seems like a drag, and with a bare minimum pocket money; going to movie theater also does not make sense. The best option is to stay at home but with nothing on television and movies you have watched 10 times already, it does become a little hard to stay at home.

If you are a voracious reader like me, then your summer vacation is about to become merrier. Here is the list of 7 fiction books that you must read this summer. You can buy these books from Amazon or download it on your kindle.

#7 The Assistants by Camille Perri

A book for all the assistants out there; who often imagine, if they had all the money like their bosses how wisely would they spend it. Camille has expressed her dilemma of being an assistant herself and has put up an amazing fiction to thrill you. Tina Fontana the assistant to the CEO of Titan Corporation steals a small fraction of money from the billions to pay off her student loan and the drama that follows up. The novel includes unexpected romance, friendship and an amazing portrayal of the corporate world.

#6 Imagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett

A story as fascinating as the book cover is, Imagine me gone is a story of a family facing the ultimate question: how far will we go to save the people we love the most? The Pulitzer prize winner Haslett has given us a novel with the power to change how you see the people you love the most. Filled with a lot of emotions and yet a practical approach this novel is sure to teach you some important lessons of life.

#5 Keep You Close by Lucie Whitehouse

The author of The Girl On The Train and The Good Liar has brought us another thrilling novel based on friendship and mystery of the past. When Roman Winter discovers that the death of her closest friend Marianne Glass a young painter wasn’t an accident and begins to investigate her murder and finds out the secrets of Marianne’s family and past. The novel has enough twists and shockers to keep you hooked.

#4 My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

This book surely proves a summer horror flick. Abby and Gretchen have been friends since fifth grade and suddenly when Gretchen starts to act different ; Abby realizes there’s only one possible explanation: Grectchen has a demon living inside her. This imaginative read answers Abby’s quest to save her friend.

#3 Modern Lovers by Emma Straub

From the New York Times Best selling author of The Vacationers, Modern Lovers reveals the story of three college friends who have been through their lives together attending each others wedding, start business and families. And while they have finally reached their adulthood and their own children are about to join college; the fabric of the adult lives suddenly begins to unravel and the secrets and revelations are finally let loose about themselves.

#2 Not Working by Lisa Owens

Every one seems to be talking about this book. This is the story of Claire Flannery who has quit her job to follow her passion – only she hasn’t yet discovered what it is. Owen has created a fantastic journey of self discovery for Lisa. Sharp, tender and funny, Lisa Owen’s debut Not Working is the story of a life unravelling and asks the questions we’ve never dared to ask out loud.

#1 Solemn by Kalisha Buckhanon

Solemn is an emotional novel by Kalisha set in Mississippi when Solemn a teenage girl witnesses a man throwing a baby in a well and while the memory still continues to haunt her she senses that the baby might be her half sister the outcome of her father’s mistake. And while Solemn tries to confront her father and find the truth she is taken by her own identity.

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