Whether on Kindle or good old hardcopy… reading a book foreshadows the beginning of holidays…
This summer, you may plan to enhance your skillset reading business books, or delve into classic literature…
Perhaps famous peoples’ biographies are your thing now, or you love feeling a bit like Agatha, solving murder mysteries…
Finally, you may have already been there done that, so you’re now focusing on newly published books that have made an impact.
Whether you’ll be reading them in a park in the city or at a hammock somewhere exotic…we’ve gathered a handful to enjoy this summer:
- Recursion, Blake Crouch
This book debuted this summer giving a spin off on the usual Sci Fi Drama.
Just imagine after waking up one day, you were told that all the life you remember, is a result of False Memory Syndrome. Shocking enough?
- East of Eden, by John Steinbeck
This is not just for summer, it’s one of these books you simply must read before you die. Maybe you already have. Or it’s on your list of books to read. If the latter, stop pitting it off already.
One of the reasons it’s included in our summer list, is the fact that despite its formidable reputation, it’s a page turner which makes it great for your summer holidays.
- Becoming, by Michelle Obama
Maybe the most discussed book of the year. The former First Lady’s memoir is the biography you want to read this summer. After 15 days, Becoming became the best-selling book of 2018 in the US.
- The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do to Get More of It, by Kelly McGonigal
Going through a period where you want to improve yourself? but perhaps you don’t want just any old self-help book. Well this book is for you. Written by a Ph.D. Psychologist it has all the science backing you need to learn and employ your willpower to help you meet your goals.
- Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro
A dystopian science fiction novel from the Nobel Prize winner, Kazuo Ishiguro. Time magazine named it the best novel of 2005 and included the novel in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005. It’s considered a classic already making it a great company for the beach.