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The 6 books I can’t wait to read in the summer 2018

June 16, 2018

My number 1 activity during the summer? Sit in the sun with a good book! (Obviously, this brings forth my number 2 activity in the summer, which is get a sunburn, but, oh well, details…)

However, my To-Be Read list doesn’t seem to take a break: in fact, it appears the more books I read, the more books are added to my TBR list. I didn’t think it was possible, but here’s the truth: new books are infinite.

As such, I have decided to come up with a list of books I will read this summer, and I will try to keep to it.

So here’s the list of books I want to read in the summer of 2018.

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1. Sunburn by Laura Lippman

sunburn book laura lippmanTitle : Sunburn

Author : Laura Lippman

Publisher : William Morrow

Publishing date : February 20th, 2018

Pages : 320

Language : English

Genre : Mystery, Thriller

Brief summary : A man and a woman happen to meet in the small town of Belleville, Delaware; or did it really just “happen”? Both hide terrible secrets from the other, as they embark on a game of cat and mouse. A story of love, trust, suspense and even, murder.

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2. Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan

rich people problems kevin kwanTitle : Rich People Problems

Author : Kevin Kwan

Publisher : Anchor Canada

Publishing date : May 23rd, 2017

Pages : 416

Language : English

Genre : Fiction

Brief summary : The third book in the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy, with the first novel actually coming to theaters this summer. The sumptuous life and drama of the ultra rich families of Singapore, a kind of asian Gossip Girl. I really loved the first two books, they are light and fun, and make for a perfect summer read!

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3. The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

the alice network kate quinn bookTitle : The Alice Network

Author : Kate Quinn

Publisher : William Morrow

Publishing date : June 6th, 2017

Pages : 510

Language : English

Genre : Thriller, Historical fiction

Brief summary : In 1947, two women – a spy from the real-life Alice Network in France during World War I, and an american looking for her missing cousin – are brought to work together in this adventurous and mysterious tale.

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4. Once and for All by Sarah Dessen

once and for all sarah dessen bookTitle : Once and for All

Author : Sarah Dessen

Publisher : Viking Books for Young Readers

Date de parution : June 6th, 2017

Pages : 363

Language : English

Genre : Fiction, Romance

Brief summary : A wedding planner who doesn’t believe in true love anymore meets a boy who is determined to make her change her mind. I have read quite a few books by Sarah Dessen and I have always loved them, so I can’t wait to read this one!

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5. Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young

sky in the deep - adrienne young bookTitle : Sky in the Deep

Author : Adrienne Young

Publisher : Wednesday Books

Publishing date : April 24th, 2018

Pages : 352

Language : English

Genre : Fantasy, YA, Historical fiction

Brief summary : The story of a warrior girl, good at surviving and fighting for her clan, who sees something on the battlefield who shakes her beliefs to the core: her brother, who has been dead for five years, fighting among her enemies. A fantasy story, Viking-style, with a fierce lead character, about loyalty, family and a bit of love.

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6. Surprise!

For the last book that I want to read this summer, I plan on reading one (or more than one) from the list of 100 books to read in a lifetime, according to Goodreads. In my article on the topic, I told you about the challenge I gave myself: read 50 from that list before I’m 30. As such, I want to read at least one before the end of the summer! I will keep you updated on my choice! 😉

That’s it for the list of books I want to read this summer! I am currently reading Sunburn by Laura Lippman, the first one on the list.

What do you feel like reading this summer? Is there a book from my list that interests you? Or that you have already read? Let me know in the comments below!

Until next time!

Mélanie

 


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  1. Oooh, I am intrigued by “Rich People Problems”. Thanks for the recommendation – definitely adding this to my summer bucket list!

  2. I’m so glad you shared this. I’ve desperately been looking for some good new books for the beach. Sunburn sounds like the one that’s most up my alley!

  3. All of these look so good! Thanks for sharing, girl! I love Sarah Dessen and I didn’t realize she put out a new book so I’m uber excited for that!

  4. I absolutely love Sarah Dessen! That book looks so good! I’m going to go get it on my kindle right now. Thanks for a great summer reader list suggestion!

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