Top Summer Books to Read in 2023

 

Top Summer Books to Read in 2023

Whether you’re heading for a beach vacation, relaxing indoors at home or sipping margaritas poolside this year, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 summer books to read. No matter your style or genre, we’re sure there’s something on this list for every bibliophile.

  • The Collected Regrets of Clover by Mikki Brammer – Calling all contemporary fiction fans for summer books to read! If you loved The Midnight Library and Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, you’ll thoroughly enjoy this novel. The main character, Clover Brooks, is a death doula, who grants last wishes, but while this story is about death, it’s about living your life to the fullest.
  • Famous in a Small Town by Viola Shipman – If you love small-town storylines rife with quirky characters, Viola Shipman’s tale will have you staying up late as you read about Mary Jackson’s search for meaning.
  • The Wishing Game by Meg Shaffer – If you live for reading whimsical books that include romance, friendship and riddles, this heartwarming tale will not disappoint. A mysterious wealthy children’s book author entertains four strangers on his private island for a competition. But, alas, the game that is afoot isn’t as easy as they thought, giving the contestants unexpected revelations and personal lessons.
  • None of This Is True by Lisa Jewell – Lisa Jewell fans will be thrilled with her new release this summer. If you love true crime podcasts, this gripping psychological thriller will be right up your alley. Pocaster Alix Summer meets a stranger, her birthday twin, who offers her an interesting topic for her podcast. As Alix gets to know this mysterious stranger, things get darker, especially when the woman unexpectedly vanishes.
  • Gone Tonight by Sarah Pekkanen – Co-author of The Wife Between Us, this psychological thriller features a nail-biting tale that leaves you pondering how far you would go to protect a loved one from danger.
  • The Deep Sky by Yume Kitasei – This debut author’s science fiction novel is not only fast-paced, but it’s fun. As Earth collapses, a spaceship with 80 people heads to a planet to save humanity. But an explosion on board kills three people, and the only witness must find the person responsible before the blame is placed on her.
  • Zero Days by Ruth Ware – Fans of Ruth Ware will be delighted to read this thriller that is across between The Fugitive and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Married partners Jacinta and Gabe run into trouble when a job goes awry. Jacinta finds Gabe dead, and she’s the main suspect. This heart-pounding, nail-biting novel will leave you breathless with each page-turn.
  • The Beach at Summerly by Beatriz Williams – Historical fiction fans will love this Cold War espionage-era book that features Emilia Winthrop. One day federal intelligence agents have her meet the person she turned in a decade ago for espionage, and the story unfolds into a page-turning drama.
  • Meet Me at the Lake by Carley Fortune – Calling all Colleen Hoover fans for summer books to read! This book features Fern and Will, who spent a magical, beautiful day together 10 years ago. They promised they would meet a year later in the same place. However, Fern shows up, but Will doesn’t. Now Will turns up nine years too late, and she must decide whether to believe his story, trust her gut or protect herself from possible heartbreak.
  • The Celebrants by Steven Rowley – Our summer books to read list wouldn’t be complete without including a book about friendship. The characters in this novel are so real and raw, which leads you to reach for tissues in this heartbreaking novel. Full of love and laughter, this heartwarming story celebrates friendship.
 

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