The Best Summer Reading List for 2018!

The Best Summer Reading List for 2018!

By avatarSakshiSuryanarayan23 |

Summer is the best time to do what you really like to do. The weather is nice, people seem happier and the atmosphere is generally more relaxed. 

Something that I really love doing - not just in the summer but always - is reading. Books are my escape from this crazy mixed-up world that we live in! 

So in the summer, I particularly enjoy reading outside in the sun, drink in hand. And I think you would too. 

So I’ve listed down some of my all-time favourite reads that I think are interesting and a great way to spend a lazy summer’s day!

1. Tell Me Your Dreams by Sidney Sheldon

Sidney Sheldon needs no introduction. He is one of the best-selling thriller-fiction writers of all time! 

Tell Me Your Dreams in a book that looks into the human psyche and follows three women who don’t always get along very well, the workaholic -  Ashley Patterson, an outgoing singer - Toni Prescott and an artist - Alette Peters. 

Things change suddenly when Ashley feels threatened following two murders that have occurred around her and finds a police officer dead in her apartment - and she finds herself as the prime suspect in the investigation.

2. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman

Gail Honeyman is one of the most compelling writers I have come across. 

In this book, she introduces us to Eleanor Oliphant, a highly-organized person who’s days follow the strictest of schedules. One day, she meets and eventually falls in love with a musician who brings out - and helps her deal with the mental traumas of her past. 

3. Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

Gregory David Roberts is an Australian author who lived in India for around ten years after he escaped from Pentridge Prison!

Shantaram is loosely based on his life in Bombay, India. This book is as intriguing as it is exciting! It has the ability to make you rethink the way you look at the world around you. 

It begins when the author was convicted of several armed robberies and his escape out of Australia and his struggles with his heroin addiction and his new life in India. 

4. The Golden House by Salman Rushdie

Salman Rushdie has won awards and is world-famous for his impeccable ability to tell a story. 

On the day of Barack Obama’s inauguration, Nero Golden, a foreign billionaire takes up residence in the “The Gardens,” a jewel of a community in New York’s Greenwich Village.

This book navigates the new life of Nero and his family - with their fights, infidelities and even their crimes -, through the eyes of his neighbour, René, a young filmmaker.

5. If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern

An award-winning Irish novelist, Cecelia Ahern published her first book - P.S. I Love You when she was just 21 years old! And, that’s right, that famous movie was adapted from this book. 

This book is a story of friendship, family and, of course, romances! 

It follows the life of Elizabeth Egan who is a mother to her absent sister’s son and runs her own business. She is too busy for a social life, until wild, spontaneous and adventurous Ivan enters the picture.

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