Popular Books to Read this Summer | 2021

During the lockdown, reading is the long-lost hobby that people went back to. If you are one of them, here is a list of popular books that you can read this summer to overcome boredom.

 The Crown of Gilded Bones by Jennifer L. Armentrout

‘She is a victim and a survivor. The book describes the journey of Poppy in finding her brother, her love i.e. the Prince, and the fight to save the kingdom. In the journey, they discover shocking secrets and harsh betrayal. After facing everything, will she save her people and become the Queen.

The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth

This book is about two twin sisters- Fern and Rose. The sisters are devoted to each other. Fern needed protection as their mother was a sociopath and hid everything. But there are secrets that they have and their mother might have the last word!

The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth

Second First Impressions by Sally Throne

The story revolves around Ruthie Midona, a front desk staff at a Retirement villa taking care of their residents and the endangered tortoise that live in the garden. The son of the property owner then starts working at this property just to earn a crashing place and gets appointed as a personal assistant to 90-year-old ladies. Enjoy this funny story from the USA Today best-selling author.

Second First Impressions eBook by Sally Thorne | Rakuten Kobo

When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain

A tale of fate, redemption and faith in one another based on a missing persons detective expert – Anna Hart’s life. How her personal and professional life get entwined and takes her back to her childhood place only to unravel greater mystery.

When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain

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The Light of Days by Judy Batalion

 A story that brings to light the heroic acts of Jewish women in Poland. After going through the brutal deaths of family members and loved ones, they decided to become resistant fighters and transformed the youth. They did all things possible to fight the German soldiers. The author, a granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, takes us back to the grueling times and story of strong women, their brave acts, their friendship, and their survival.

The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in  Hitler's Ghettos: Batalion, Judy: 9780062874214: Amazon.com: Books

Go ahead and indulge in binge reading this summer!

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