For many of us there is nothing better than reading a good book. Whether you’re like me (a traditionalist who loves the feel of turning pages), or you prefer to use your e-reader, getting a recommendation on a great read is always appreciated. Here are some of the best summer books of 2015 from the staff at Publishers Weekly:
- Modern Romance: An Investigation, by Aziz Ansari
- The Argonauts, by Maggie Nelson
- Meanwhile There Are Letters: The Correspondence of Eudora Welty and Ross Macdonald, edited by Suzanne Marrs and Tom Nolan
- Let Me Tell You: New Stories, Essays and Other Writings, by Shirley Jackson
- The Silenced, by James DeVita
- Flash: The Homeless Donkey Who Taught Me about Life, Faith and Second Chances, by Rachel Anne Ridge
- Finders Keepers, by Steven King
Esquire magazine has also compiled their list of great summer reading recommendations:
- Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life, by William Finnegan
- Speak, by Louisa Hall
- Love and Other Wounds, by Jordan Harper
- As If! The Oral History of Clueless As told by Amy Heckerling, the Cast and the Crew, by Jen Chaney
- Bull Mountain, by Brian Panowich
Personally, I am finishing up a couple great books: Hope to Die, the latest Alex Cross mystery from James Patterson, and Dan Brown’s, Inferno.
And of course, readers are clamoring over the release of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman.
Whether it’s to escape to another land, solve a mystery or learn about someone who inspired you, what’s the best book you’ve read this summer? We’d love to hear.
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