5 Must-Read Books of Spring

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You know that feeling you get when you’re in the park on the first warm day of spring, and a breath of air gently caresses the nape of your neck as you turn the last page of a particularly engrossing novel? Of course you do. This is why we’ve packed the 5 must-read books of Spring especially for you. It’s a whole new season of fresh reads! Just imagine: the sun is bright overhead, the air is soft and you are lazily sipping an iced cappuccino in the local park, with a fresh book from our must-read books list cracked open and hours to yourself to get lost. There are no deadlines, no meetings, and no chit chat. It’s just you, your book, and the rest of the day stretching blissfully before you.

 

  1. My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

 

This is a book for the working young ladies in their mid-twenties looking for a bit of inspiration in life. My Not So Perfect Life is a book by Sophie Kinsella published in February 2017. Sophie Kinsella is celebrated for her vibrant, relatable characters and her great storytelling gifts. With her My Not So Perfect Life book she returns with all of the wit, warmth, and wisdom to spin this fresh, modern story about presenting the perfect life when the reality is far from the image. This is the story of Katie. Growing up on a farm in Somerset, Katie Brenner dreamed her whole life of moving to London and becoming successful. She has the perfect life: a flat in London, a glamorous job, and a super-cool Instagram feed. The truth, however, is that she rents a tiny room with no space for a wardrobe, she pays a huge rent, has a hideous commute to her job, and the life she shares on Instagram isn’t really hers.

 

  1. Things We Lost In the Fire by Mariana Enriquez

 

Mariana Enriquez’s eerie short story collection, Things We Lost in the Fire, looks at contemporary life in Argentina through a strange, surreal, and often disturbing lens. In these wildly imaginative, devilishly daring tales of the macabre, internationally bestselling author Mariana Enriquez brings 12 stories containing black magic, a child serial killer, women setting themselves on fire to protest domestic violence, ghosts, demons, and all kinds of monsters, Enriquez unforgettably brings horror and the macabre to life. Things We Lost in the Fire is a powerful exploration of what happens when our darkest desires are left to roam unchecked.

 

  1. Loner by Teddy Wayne

 

One of the most anticipated novels of the fall is the Loner by Teddy Wayne. David Federman is an alienated Harvard freshman who has never felt appreciated. Although he has managed to come out on top in the college admissions game, so far in life he has been socially an invisible one. He soon becomes infatuated with Veronica, a glamorous, sophisticated Manhattanite in his dorm. However, he begins compromising his moral standards for this one, great shot at happiness. What begins as a wry story soon spirals into a dark, disturbing portrait of obsession. Both Veronica and David, it turns out, are not exactly as they seem…

 

  1. Nothing Short of Dying by Erik Storey

 

If you are in the mood to read a thrilling story this autumn, full of action and suspense, then start reading the Nothing Short of Dying by Erik Storey. A drifter with deadly skills and a dark past, Barr just wants some peace and quiet. Of course, just when it seems his peaceful existence might be within reach, he gets a panicked phone call from his sister who begs him to come and get her. Then the line goes dead, he does not know how much time he has or where Jen is. He doesn’t even know who has her. All he knows is that nothing short of dying will stop him from saving her. Erik Storey’s Nothing Short of Dying is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat!

 

  1. Loner by Teddy Wayne

 

One of the most anticipated novels of the fall is the Loner by Teddy Wayne. David Federman is an alienated Harvard freshman who has never felt appreciated. Although he has managed to come out on top in the college admissions game, so far in life he has been socially an invisible one. He soon becomes infatuated with Veronica, a glamorous, sophisticated Manhattanite in his dorm. However, he begins compromising his moral standards for this one, great shot at happiness. What begins as a wry story soon spirals into a dark, disturbing portrait of obsession. Both Veronica and David, it turns out, are not exactly as they seem…

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