Saturday, April 16, 2016

Perfect Summer Reads of 2016

Hello readers! I am finally back and this post is long overdue! I know, I know, if I can make a full post about how sorry I am, I would. But I don't think you would be interested in reading that. So, since I am finally on vacation, I am sharing with you my recommendations of a perfect summer read!

Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson

If you are looking for a book about friendship and self-growth this is definitely for you. Since You've Been Gone takes place in the summer before Emily's senior year. Her bestfriend, Sloane went missing and left her with a list to do while she's away. List of activities that she is too afraid to risk on. And of course, the rest is for you to find out! I read this a year back and haven't reviewed it since. So I might just do that.

On the Fence by Kasie West

This probably isn't new to your eyes nor your ears. I think contemporary books like Kasie West's works are really in the trend. This is a very adorable summer romance. A bit cliche but duh, a cliche love story is always great.

Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson

Seeing the pattern now? HAHA. Okay. So this is a book I haven't read but am planning on reading for such a long time. And I recently heard a non-spoiler review of this which makes me want to read it more! Obviously, the book takes place on summer. Although I am not sure if there's a romance element here as I have not read its synopsis yet. I do know however, that this might make someone cry since this is about a family spending one last summer at their old lake house after a devastating news (this I''ve heard from a youtuber). Sounds exciting!

This next book would probably be too obvious but anyway ...

The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han

I mean duh. How would I not include this? And I am actually recommending you the whole trilogy so yah better get them books and start reading. The storyline involves childhood friends which is a sucker for me. I love me some great childhood friend romance. Although I must admit, I didn't like the end of the second book. Whoops.

That is it readers! I hope that you liked my recommendations and also, let me know some of your favorite summer reads!