Now that you’ve said a rather sniveling and woeful goodbye to the Game of Thrones, let’s talk about a bunch of books you should probably read in June 2019. And if you still have some backlogs, don’t be afraid to add these new ones because yes! They are a ‘compulsive read’!
1.Normal People By Sally Rooney
This book encapsulates all the real and raw feelings of young and the passionate, often embarrassed love in all its perplexity and yet doesn’t shy from revealing how glorious love can be. Normal People is a sensitive and a brutally honest account about what it means and how it feels to be totally transfixed by another person. You’d want to live inside its pages forever, I promise you!
2.Daisy Jones & the Six By Taylor Jenkins Reid
If rock bands have been your thing, then this book makes up a perfect read for you because it transports you straight into the 70’s rock band scene. Two great love stories, classic rock nostalgia and replete with moments of intimacy, this book will make you feel as if you are hanging backstage with your favorite band. Daisy Jones & the Six is fun, feisty and refreshing. It’s got that unique quality of being layered yet, lets you into the pages almost effortlessly.
3.Machines Like Me By Ian McEwan
A critically acclaimed author of 17 books, Ian McEwan, with this book, reminds us just why he is this generation’s best. Set in an alternative 1980s London, we witness a love triangle that faces its own moral dilemmas, losses and triumphs-all in the world of machines. The most interesting and thought provoking element is the juxtaposition of love and if machines understand the human heart. The want for love or the absence of it can propel the power to invent things beyond our control is something to be found out.
4.The Farm By Joanne Ramos
Born in Philippines and raised in Wisconsin, Joanne Ramos pens this grippingly realistic story of Jane, an immigrant from the Philippines in a desperate search of a better future. Pregnant on a farm, her chase of an American dream, women and their choices, immigration experience, class, race, this book wraps you up in its human facet through and through
5.Once More We Saw Stars By Jayson Greene
A gripping memoir by Greene is a profound account of a father and a husband in the midst of a tragedy that befell his family. What is most heart-wrenching is the durability of love in the times of suffering and profound grief. He has mastered the exquisite tenderness of both the fragility of life and the absoluteness of death- an honest attempt woven intrinsically yet, strongly within the fabric of love.
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