Top Ten Books to Read this Summer


toptentuesday2Whilst this summer will most likely be comprised of reading the material for my A Level English course next year, here are a few that I hope to read :

  1. A Clash of Kings by George R.R Martin: I’ve been reading this for ages and I just haven’t gotten round to finishing it.
  2. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings: I follow her on Instagram and she seems like the sweetest person ever (SHE HAS A PET HEDGEHOG) so I really want to read her début novel.
  3. Alienated by Melissa Lander: I love aliens, I don’t really think I can say much else.
  4. The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey: People keep talking about this so I really want to try it!
  5. Wild Swans by Jung Chang: I’ve had this on my bookshelf for ages and I haven’t gotten round to it!
  6. Cinder by Marissa Meyer: From what I understand It’s fairy tales re-imagined in the future.
  7. You’re the one that I want by Giovanna Fletcher: I adore Mrs Fletcher and I really want to try out her books.
  8. The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult: My cousin reccomended this to me, it looks so interesting.
  9. The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness: I persuaded my brother to buy this (very sneaky) so I could read it without having to pay.
  10. Earth Girl by Janet Edwards: This looks so good, I adore novels about dystopian futures.

As I have an extremely long summer holiday this year (yay for GCSEs) I am hoping to read all of these. It’s not like I actually do anything other than read anyway.


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13 thoughts on “Top Ten Books to Read this Summer

  1. I read at least one of George R R Martin’s books at a pool over the course of a month or so. It is a really good summer book.

    I also need to read Cinder and The 5th Wave. I have heard such great things.

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