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5 summer reads for you!

Well, aren’t you lucky? You’re getting 3 posts this week, and what’s the reason for my random midweek post you ask? Well, it’s because I’m doing a very special collab with the wonderful Fiona from:questionsfromateenager.wordpress.com my very first follower too if you’re interested! Go on, give her a follow!

Summer, seems too far away to think about, right? Wrong, it’s literally around the corner just as it should be, and what’s better than lying on your deckchair and reading a good book, trouble is it’s hard to find a great book – which is why I’m here to help, with 5 summer reads for you!

  1. 5 Feet Apart – Mikki Daughtry, Rachael Lippincott, and Tobias Iaconis
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Everyone’s first reaction when I tell them to read this is ‘it’s a book?’ because of course we’ve all seen the film – mainly because Cole Sprouse stars in it, but anyway yes it is a book and a crazily emotional one too, with scenes of romance and starstruck love, to scenes of heartbreaking hospital appointments, this book will leave you wanting more.

2. Are we there yet? – David Levithan

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The question on everyone’s mouths during a long car journey, I’m sure, but this time it’s much more related to a trip to Italy, with a brother you don’t really get along with oh and don’t forget the holiday romance either, but this time it’s a bit different, I mean 2 brothers, 1 girl, a trip to Italy..what could possibly go wrong?

3. Truth or Dare – Non Pratt

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Honestly the main reason I enjoyed this book was because of the Muslim representation in there, not gonna lie! And it was so inclusive and diverse, and the storyline was captivating, imagine it, the A* student in a coma, his younger brother teaming up with a girl he barely knows to start a YouTube channel to raise money for his brother..

4. Breakdown – Sarah Mussi

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It’s 2084 and society has fallen to its knees (hmm is this some sort of prediction? seems about right) with a lack of everything, food, power, oh and humanity, Melissa and her nan are surviving – almost, until a gang comes into the picture and soon Melissa’s stories lead her on a journey..but she’s not sure where to exactly!

5. The Lines We Cross – Randa Abdel-Fattah

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You must have so many questions already, just judging by the title! ‘Lines to cross what?’ you’re probably thinking, and you’re most definitely not thinking of this book being about a Muslim refugee falling for a boy whose whole family hate immigrants are you?

the title! ‘Lines to cross what?’ you’re probably thinking, and you’re most definitely not thinking of this book being about a Muslim refugee falling for a boy whose whole family hate immigrants are you?

Remember to go and check out Fiona post and follow her, you won’t regret it! her blog post is here :5-summer-reads it’s absolutely amazing and I’m definitely going to read all the books she’s recommended!

What books do you recommend I read this summer?

Love

autumngirl

xx

9 thoughts on “5 summer reads for you!

    1. Thank you, I really hope you like the books I’ve recommended, I’d definitely give yours a read! I think Muslim representation is important as ever, especially after recent events, thanks for reading x

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  1. Loved this blog post – I always enjoy finding interesting books to add to my reading list! 🙂
    Omg, I went to see ‘Five Feet Apart’ at the cinema earlier this week.
    Oh my, I honestly lost track of how many times I cried – it’s so beautiful, tragic and heartfelt.
    Daisy xxx

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