From lighthearted beach reads to thrilling mystery novels, we’re compiling the hottest summer books of 2017.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
This quirky novel follows a socially awkward character who stumbles into an unexpected romance with an equally awkward IT guy at her company. It has also won the endorsement of Reese Witherspoon. Check it out here.
Dragon Teeth by Michael Crichton
This well-known author just released another addition to his impressive collection of best-sellers. “Dragon Teeth” is a combination of two of Crichton’s favorite topics: dinosaurs and the Wild West. Read more here.
Rich People Problems by Kevin Kwan
This is Kwan’s third book in his trilogy of hilarious, satirical novels cataloging the stories of wealthy, bragging characters. “Rich People Problems” reveals an inside glimpse at Asia’s wealthiest families and their not so relatable “struggles”. Read more about it here.
We Are Never Meeting in Real Life: Essays by Samantha Irby
Irby brings hilarity to an array of real-life situations and scenarios. Not the least of which was how the popular show, “The Bachelorette” would look very different if she were a contestant. This collection of essays are sure to keep you laughing! Check it out here!
I Can’t Make This Up: Life Lessons by Kevin Hart and Neil Strauss
This well-known comedian turns to the written word to discusses his tough childhood and the many lessons he’s learned in his journey to becoming as superstar. He includes the candid comments he’s known for, but also shares his positive and unique outlook on life. Read more here.
Everybody Lies by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
This best-seller discusses the hot topic of “Big Data, New Data and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are.” Stephens-Davidowitz shares shocking facts, such as that the average human searches the internet and amasses 8 trillion gigabytes of data, and how the enormous amount of information available via the web can tell us a great deal about who we are (fears, desires, behaviors, etc. Check it out here.
What’s on your summer reading list? Share in the comments below.