There’s nothing better than relaxing on a sun lounger, losing countless hours engrossed in a good book.
With so many great reads, and so few sunny days, here’s our picks for this summer’s top books.
He said/ She said, by Erin Kelly
Erin Kelly’s Sunday Times Bestseller 'He Said/She Said' will keep readers hooked throughout its 416 pages.
The book revolves around the two main characters, Laura and Kit, who witness an assault after a total eclipse.
Price: £4.99 - Amazon
Finding Gobi, by Dion Leonard
Finding Gobi is a heartwarming true story which is a must-read for animal lovers.
While running across the Gobi Desert, seasoned ultra-marathon runner Dion Leonard stumbles across a stray pup, who he calls Gobi.
Dion's focus suddenly switches from winning the marathon to making sure his new furry friend stays nourished and healthy.
Price: £5.00 - Amazon
A Gentleman in Moscow, by Amor Towles
A Gentleman in Moscow caputres the emotive beauty which made Towles' debut novel, Rules of Civility, a New York Times best-seller.
His book tells the story of Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov, a Russian aristocrat who is sentenced to house arrest in a luxury hotel for his association with a revolutionary poem.
The book explores what one’s purpose is in life and the impact that the arts can have on the human spirit.
Price: £7.99 – Kobo
Beach House for Rent, by Mary Alice Monroe
This is the third book in the Beach House series from the New York Times best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe.
An easy read, which doesn’t require any knowledge of the previous three books, Beach House for Rent follows the story of Cara and Heather as their summer descends into chaos.
With their worlds falling apart around them, the two women start the unlikeliest of friendships in this touching novel.
Price: £20.15 - Amazon
Alan Partridge: Nomad, by Steve Coogan, Rob, and Neil Gibbons
Join Alan Partridge as he embarks on a deeply personal odyssey spanning the length and breadth of the country.
This hilarious journal captures the wit and unique humour which the character is famed for.
Dubbed by Times journalist Caitlin Morgan 'the funniest book ever written', Partridge's adventure has received high praise from both The Sunday Times and The Guardian.
Price: £7.99 - Waterstones
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