You should check out these Beach Reads for Summer


You should check out these Beach Reads for Summer

The summer holidays are perfect to relax, rest, and to do a little catch up on your reading. Spend your days at the beach or pool with a good book and a fresh cocktail, while your children are enjoying themselves in the water. We’ve listed five books that are perfect for your summer holiday!

An Italian Holiday by Maeve Haran
Whether you’re on vacation in Italy or not, this book is the perfect read while you’re enjoying a week (or two) off. Four women, who don’t know each other, try to escape their problems under the Italian sun. They befriend each other and find themselves beginning to blossom in quite unexpected ways. Find out why going a little mad in the sun can sometimes be exactly what you need. Get it here.

The Power by Naomi Alderman
The Power won the 2017 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fictioan, which is already reason enough to check out this bestseller. The story is about the world as we know it, however, something vital has changed. Teenage girls now have immense physical power, which changes the world utterly. Find out how the world would change if power was in the hands of women. Get it here.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
There are only so many f*cks we can give, so we have to pick the ones that really matter. Mark Manson shows us how to become better and happier by accepting our flaws and uncertainties and by beginning to find the courage, honesty and forgiveness we seek. A self-help guide that is honest (”Let’s be honest, shit is f*cked and we have to live with it.”) and funny. What better way to start with this new mindset while you’re tanning and sipping Martini’s (or smoothies) at the beach? Get it here.


Into The Water by Paula Hawkins
If you loved Paula Hawkins’ debut, The Girl on the Train, her second book will not disappoint you. The story takes place in a small riverside town where a mother is found dead. Her 15-year-old daughter is forced into living with her mysterious aunt, who has to return to the small town she thought she had left behind years ago. Get it here.

A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan
Mom and book lover Alice Pearse starts with a new job at an exciting but also sinister company that aims to be the future of reading. Alice struggles to reinvent herself as her work and family life are starting to fall apart. The question she needs to ask herself is not whether it’s possible to have it all (a family, a job, health), but what does she really want? Get it here.

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