Top 10 Favourite Reads of Summer

Hey Savvy Readers!

It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to a close.  I hope you all maximized your time outside to read this summer!

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Summer 2017 has been a great season of new releases. Though it was incredibly hard, we’ve created a list of our Top 10 Favourite Reads of Summer. Check it out!

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Just Like Family by Kate Hilton

Avery Graham has it all: a perfect job, a perfect live-in boyfriend, and a perfect life. But she begins to question it all when her boyfriend Matt proposes to her. After a failed first marriage, Avery  isn’t sure if she wants to get married again. Maybe because she’s also been spending a lot of time with her boss/”work husband” Peter, the mayor of Toronto.

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Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz 

When editor Susan Ryeland receives the latest manuscript from hit writer Alan Conway, she realizes that it may be more than just a story… Susan investigates and her life is put at risk as she gets closer to solving the mysteries surrounding the manuscript.

 

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Hunger by Roxane Gay

Bestselling author Roxane Gay writes about food and bodies, using her own emotional and psychological struggles as a means of exploring our shared anxieties over pleasure, consumption, appearance, and health.

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The Lightkeeper’s Daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol 

After finding her late father’s journals in a shipwreck, Elizabeth gets the help of a young local named Morgan to go through them. Reading the diaries passage by passage, the  two women get closer and come to realize their lives are intertwined in ways they never could’ve imagined.

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The Secret Wife by Gill Paul

Jumping back and forth between 1914 and 2016, The Secret Wife tells a tantalizing story of a Russian princess, a secret marriage and the one of the greatest mysteries of all time.

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The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter

Karin Slaughter is back with a mesmerizing story that is part cold-case thriller and part psychological suspense. Years ago, sisters Charlie and Sam Quinn had their lives torn apart after an attack on their family home. Twenty-eight years later, the sisters are brought back together in their home town after a shocking tragedy takes place in town.

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Everyone’s a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too by Jomny Sun

This adorable graphic novel follows Jomny, a lonely alien sent to observe Earth, as he learns about love, friendship, and happiness through different creatures.

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The Half-Drowned King by Linnea Hartsuyker

The first novel in a new triology, The Half-Drowned King is a story of the political intrigues, battles, and struggles for power that led to the rise of King Harald the Fair-Haired, first king of Norway, seen through the eyes of the young man who became his most trusted warrior and advisor.

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The Alice Network by Kate Quinn

This enthralling historical novel tells the story of two women: a former female spy in 1915 France and an American socialite searching for her cousin in 1947. The two are brought together in the aftermath of the war, in a fast-paced, action-filled tale.

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Local Girl Missing by Claire Douglas

Summer is a great time for ghost stories and thrillers around a camp fire, but you won’t need the fire pit to get the same feelings of fear and suspense from Local Girl Missing. A decaying Victorian pier, a missing girl, an isolated vacation house, and a haunting spectral figure are just some of the spine-tingling elements that make Local Girl Missing a must read for summer (or any other time of the year for that matter).

So, Savvy Readers, how many of our Favourite Reads did you cross of your TBR list already? And how many of you earned our  Summer Reading Challenge 50 Book Pledge badge? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter @SavvyReader!

Kelsey

Follow me on Twitter @iamkelseyknight

 

 

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