Top 5 Books for Summer

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Ever since I was young, I have been reading. I love reading, I love reading stories about others lives. Today I will be sharing my top 5 book choices for this summer!

Faithful by Alice Hoffman // I read this book while I was recovering from my wisdom teeth removal and was pleasantly surprised. The book starts off very dark, but then has a bright turn. This novel shows how easy it can be to get lost in yourself but how happiness can be right in front of you.

The Lost Wife by Alyson Richman // It took me FOREVER to decide to finally read this book. I kept getting it out from the library then never getting around to reading it, but I have no idea why I did that! This book is amazing. It fills you with hope, although it is about the Holocaust so there are some disturbing chapters. This story is about a lost love that finds their way back to one another.

Me Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews // I was given this book as a gift a couple of years ago and just left it on the shelf. I finally got around to reading it a couple of months ago and it was so sweet. It has an amazing story about people being actually deeper than you think.

Wild by Cheryl Strayed // This is an amazing summer book! It’ll inspire you to get out and find adventure! It’s a great story about being independent and doing something on your own- and feeling the rewards of that.

The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena // This book is actually very terrifying. It is full of twists and turns, the most unexpected thing is what ends up happening. I flew through this in a couple of days, it’s a great (and frightening) story!

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