This powerful debut exposes one of the most prominent voices of our generation. This memoir is one for those whose beach read prerequisite does not need to be light and breezy.
If you’re a Jane Eyre kind of girl and are looking for a light, beach read to get lost in as you work on your tan, Rachel Hawkins has got you covered, in this charmingly southern modern twist to Charlotte Bronte’s Gothic classic.
Author of the bestselling novel Crazy Rich Asians publishes a new sparkling story of love and yearning. Like Crazy Rich Asians, this book also features the excessive world of the wealthiest 1%, but brings us face to face with harsher topics such as racial discrimination as well.
Of course, a beach read does not have to be light and cheery. If murder and mystery is more up your alley, Joanne Tompkins’ What Comes After should also make your list of good summer reads. An emotional novel about hope, forgiveness and the strength of human connections.
Get a Life, Chloe Brown, is a laugh-out-loud romance which deals with the very real human struggles of insecurity and illness. Marking the first book in The Brown Sisters series, this summer read follows Chloe and her seemingly fool-proof list for “getting a life”. Sounds easy enough, right?