June Wrap up – Books Edition

A lot of exciting things happening around us this summer, let me hover over some interesting stuff from June and leave you a teaser for the upcoming month.

I did Movies and now its time for Books. Well there are just so many to pick from and I had to read them all before making a fair judgement ( still haven’t read all though) but it was late and I hate to get this post out so here goes :

1. My Lady Jane by Cynthia HandMy Lady Jane

A beautifully articulated romantic fantasy following the fictional theme of princess stories. it’s appreciated by readers all over the globe for its diverse writing style because of 3 authors. It’s easily available on all bookstores in paperback. so bookworms, get your hands on it soon!

Romance ♥ Young Adult  ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

2. The Girls  by Emma Clinecover

Available in Hardcover ( expect paperbacks to be out soon), this book has been on the waiting list for many readers and did not upset any. I particularly enjoyed the author’s storytelling, Emma articulated all of the fantasy in perfectly segregated chapters and beautifully served them with illustrations.  Could be pro feminist but definitely a good fiction with a hint of a thriller. Enjoyable read!

Fiction ♥ YOUNG ADULT ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

3. Barkskins by Annie ProulxBarkskins

The award-winning author  returns with a new novel about wilderness, the rampant destruction of forests, and greed. At over 800 pages, this ambitious novel spans over three centuries and travels from France to China to New England. Also in Hardcover, well how much we love and loath hardcovers (because well expensive )


4. Vinegar Girl by Anne Tylercover

I enjoyed this witty novel in the summer. You’d continuously be reminded of Shakespearean comedy but then that’s the beauty of it. I don’t really find the author style addictive but then it’s good enough for a light reading.

Contemporary Romance ♥ Fiction ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

5. Listen to Me imageby Hannah Pittard

I enjoyed this witty novel in the summer. You’d continuously be reminded of Shakespearean comedy but then that’s the beauty of it. I don’t really find the author style addictive but then it’s good enough for a light reading.

Mystery ♥ FICTION ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

267922756. Absalom’s Daughters: A Novel by Suzanne Feldman

This is the author’s debut novel and you wouldn’t feel like it at any point. Its a very well written and sought out fiction, you’d love how you can understand and relate to the characters while effortlessly feel like the story being told is a reality,


7. The Dream Life of Astronauts: Stories by Patrick Ryan image

A beautiful pack of emotional ups and downs with bits of laughter and little surprises. One of those books that can be enjoyed and appreciated by a diverse range of readers. I’d definitely recommend this for a road trip or a family gathering reading. 🙂

Short Story ♥ FICTION⭐ ⭐ ⭐

270643858Ivory and Bone by Julie Eshbaugh

“Exquisitely written, ferocious, and haunting—what a breath of fresh air. Ivory and Bone is unlike anything I’ve ever read. Don’t miss this one.”—Sarah J. Maas, New York Times bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series

I feel that’s enough said.

Fantasy ♥ Young Adult ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ :sTar:

252631369. Autofocus by Lauren Gibaldi

Autofocus is a beautiful, contemporary novel about an adopted teen girl’s search for both her birth mother and her own identity. Thee aren’t many adoption stories out there, and I’m so happy to see this one on the shelves.

MYSTERY ♥ Young Adult ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

2715442710.The Wheel of Osheim by Mark Lawrence

This book is part of a series ( I Absolutely Love series because there’s more to look forward to – hate the last books though) so this one is my absolute favourite for June. It took me less than 2 days to devour . This book has everything – magic and sci-fi, humour and horror, truths and lies, and then some more lies.

Fantasy ♥ Fiction ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ 

There were many more releases this month apart from the above, but I only included the ones recommended reading ( from what I read)!Book Preview for 2016

For July you can look forward to these babies :

  1. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling
  2. This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab
  3. P.S. I Like You by Kasie West
  4. Moonshot by Alessandra Torre
  5. Chasing Impossible by Katie McGarry
  6. Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
  7. The Shadow Hour by Melissa Grey



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