10 books to look forward to this summer!!

If you ever tried beating your reading addiction and those were the worst 2 minutes of your life, then this list is meant just for you. There are, as always too many good books but here we list out the 10 titles that are most likely to fulfil your reading appetite this summer!!

1. A GOD IN RUINS by Kate Atkinson


Release Date: May 5, 2015
Kate Atkinson’s A GOD IN RUINS tells the dramatic story of the 20th Century through Ursula’s beloved younger brother Teddy–would-be poet, heroic pilot, husband, father, and grandfather-as he navigates the perils and progress of a rapidly changing world. After all that Teddy endures in battle, his greatest challenge is living in a future he never expected to have.

An ingenious and moving exploration of one ordinary man’s path through extraordinary times, A GOD IN RUINS proves once again that Kate Atkinson is one of the finest novelists of our age.

2. ‘Saint Anything’ by Sarah Dessen


Release Date: May 15, 2015
Sarah Dessen is a great guilty pleasure for many. ‘Saint Anything’ will be her twelfth novel, so it’s safe to assume we are not alone in this.

The story follows Sydney who is feeling lost following her brother’s drunken driving accident. Soon after, her family comes in contact with the pizza-parlour owning Chatham family and Mac, the boy who finally sees her.

3. A Court of Thorns and Roses’ by Sarah J. Maas


Release Date: May 5, 2015
Since her ‘Throne of Glass’ series blew up last year in a big way with the release of ‘Heir of Fire,’ it only makes sense for Maas to deliver a switch-up and give us something different, but not too different.

Her upcoming novel explores a new fantasy world with a story loosely based on the classic tale of ‘Beauty and the Beast.’

4. Day Four by Sarah Lotz


Release Date: 25 May 2015
Hundreds of pleasure-seekers stream aboard The Beautiful Dreamer cruise ship for five days of cut-price fun in the Caribbean sun. On the fourth day, disaster strikes: smoke roils out of the engine room, and the ship is stranded in the Gulf of Mexico. Soon supplies run low, a virus plagues the ship, and there are whispered rumors that the cabins on the lower decks are haunted by shadowy figures. Irritation escalates to panic, the crew loses control, factions form, and violent chaos erupts among the survivors.

When, at last, the ship is spotted drifting off the coast of Key West, the world’s press reports it empty. But the gloomy headlines may be covering up an even more disturbing reality.

5. Mislaid, Nell Zink


Release Date: 19 May 2015
Zink’s The Wallcreeper was the best debut novel of 2014, and, more importantly, one of the best American novels to surface in a while. But it felt rushed, almost hurried, mostly in a blissful, exhilarating way, but also in the manner of a first novel. As if by magic, her follow-up is already here, and it suggests a writer who has long been at work on her fiction. The novel sounds epic, and it promises to lay bare “all of our assumptions about race and racism, sexuality and desire.”

6. The Making of Zombie Wars, Aleksandar Hemon


Release Date: 5 May 2015

This novel about an amateur screenwriter sounds weird and perhaps not at all good, but in the hands of Hemon, one of our best writers, it could be excellent. And it’s Hemon’s first novel in seven years. His last, the excellent The Lazarus Project, was a finalist for the National Book Award.

7. Stalin’s Daughter, by Rosemary Sullivan


Release Date: June 2, 2015
The professor, poet and biographer investigates how Stalin’s only daughter wound up in a small Wisconsin town.

8. In The Unlikely Event, by Judy Blume


Release Date: June 2, 2015
The YA legend delivers her first novel for adults in 15 years. the book takes as its backdrop a series of real-life plane crashes that occurred in late 1951 and early 1952 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, where the author grew up, PEOPLE can reveal exclusively

9. Muse, by Jonathan Galassi


Release Date: June 2, 2015
The poet and publisher’s first novel is a love letter to his industry. Written with both satiric verve and openhearted nostalgia, Muse is a brilliant, haunting book about the beguiling interplay between life and art, and the eternal romance of literature.

10. Dark Run by Mike Brooks


Release Date: 4 June 2015
Dark Run is an unashamedly fun, grungy, action-packed blend of sci-fi thriller and space opera with a terrific cast of misfit characters. This is perfect for fans of Firefly.
P.S. Sincere Apologies to All the Book Lovers who felt we didn’t include the best in this list. Please put your suggestions in the comments below so that we can improve and don’t leave you unhappy next time!!

Source :-http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media


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