My June Book List

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june book list

I don't make a book list every month, it's not realistic for me to say I can read 5 books in four weeks. But I did read them in 8, and I'm on my last pages of We Were Liars (which I'm completely obsessed with, and will probably read again). But now that summer has arrived and I'll have some days off for myself, I want to spend most of them lying on the beach with a stack of books. With that said, these are the books I'm looking forward to reading this season.

Hello From The Gillespies by Monica McInerney. Judging by critics, this is a well-written story about a family in crisis where readers deeply explore each character with their personalities and secrets. A "brutally honest family drama of life's messiness at its best from the front cover to the end."


All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. If you liked The Fault In Our Stars, you'll love this one. Readers describe the love story of Finch and Violet as intense, exhilarating, and heart-ripping, and the life lessons they learn from each other makes this novel a summer must-read.


An Abundance Of Katherines by John Green. Another from this bestseller author, An Abundance of Katherines is the classic YA novel about a boy trying to find love, in his case, with only girls named Katherine. This story, however, is not only about love and friendship, but about life-changing experiences that make you question the simplest of human emotions.


The Beginning Of Everything by Robyn Schneider. The story about a boy whose life changes drastically after an accident, The Beginning of Everything gives a new perspective on life's fortunes and misfortunes. From what I've heard, it's powerfully inspiring and surprising.


Which books are you reading this season?

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