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Swoony Summer Reads

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  1. THE BIG HEARTED BOOK
    Laura McBride’s We Are Called to Rise, binds together the lives of three different people; A middle aged woman, a returning soldier, and an 8 year old immigrant boy. This beautiful story glues the three tales together, redefining the definition of family. This summer read is sure to pull on your heartstrings.

  2. THE TEAR-JERKER
    In All The Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr tells a beautiful, expansive, and vibrant tale about the collision of two paths. The very different lives of a blind French girl and a German boy converge, resulting in a thrilling yet deeply moving novel.

  3. THE BEACH READ
    Just when we thought Harper Lee couldn’t top the ever iconic To Kill a Mockingbird, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author hits us with Go Set a Watchman. The story kicks off with “Scout” returning home from NYC. This masterpiece brilliantly captures the journey and transition of a young woman, adding a new depth to a classic novel. 

  4. THE THRILLER
    To describe Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train as a thrilling read is an understatement. Electrifying is a word that illustrates it with more accuracy. A girl rides the same train, and sees the same scenery every morning. While she commutes, she continually sees a couple, and imagines their lives as she sees it. But after a change in events one day, everything changes.  This page-turner will have you addicted.

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