Top 5 Wednesday: Summer Reads

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Here are the new books I’m looking forward to reading this summer:

 

#1 The Obvious One–How Hard Can it Be? By Allison Pearson

(It’s been in so many of my posts.)

How Hard Can it Be? is the belated sequel to I Don’t Know How She Does It. Can’t wait to read it!

 

#2 Us Against You: A  Novel by Frederik Backman

Sequel to Beartown

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Beartown was an outstanding novel–I am almost afraid to read the second book, but I’ll have it shortly and do intended to stick it out regardless of the story.

 

#3 The Summer Wives: A Novel by Beatriz Williams

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This just sounds like a good summer read.  I don’t think I’ve read anything by th is author before though. Summer Wives: A Novel.

 

#4 Late Bloomers’ Club: A Novel by Louise Miller

 

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I enjoyed her previous book, City Baker’s Guide to Country Living. The Late Bloomers’ Club: A Novel.

 

#5 The Non-Fiction One: Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret by Craig Brown

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The Queen’s late younger sister, Princess Margaret, had one of the most wasted or colorful [take your pick] lives of any royal born in the modern era. I can’t wait for this one. Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret by Craig Brown

 

Recently released books I’ve reviewed:

Click linked title to read the review.

Mrs. Fletcher by Tom Perrota

Love and Ruin: A Novel by Paula McLain

American Princess: The Many Lives of Allene Tew by Annejetvan der Zijl

Diggin In: A Novel by Loretta Nyhan

Tuscan Child by Rhys Bowen

 

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2 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Summer Reads

  1. sjbraun

    I will look forward to hearing if you think the Backman one is good. The Princess Margaret one intrigues me. Interesting title! The girls and I helped sort for the huge church garage sale today — most of our time in books, ahhhh! I do not need more, but so many looked good to read.

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