Some Books I've Liked & You Might Too: A Summer Reading List
With long spreads of time this summer to curl up under a tree (pro-tip: do not lean against sap covered trees, your shirts will thank me) or on the beach or stowed away in air-conditioned rooms, I've been crossing many, many books off my reading list. Mainly spurned by my inability to find a binge-worthy show (rip Suits marathon), I've branched off into the wireless pleasure of a paperback book and the sweet crinkle of turning pages. Here are some things I've read and highly recommend (as well as the remainder of my current list, to soon be followed up with some thoughts in the near future).
The Remainder of the List:
Featuring classics I found laying around my house and promptly placed in my suitcase to be reread, $5 Barnes and Noble Classics, and random odds and ends that landed on my shelf from used bookstores. Hopefully to inspire your reading lists as well, but mainly to hold myself accountable to this reading binge.
- 1984 - George Orwell
- Do Android Dream of Electric Sheep? - Philip Dick
- A Clockwork Orange - Anthony Burgess
- Cat's Cradle - Kurt Vonnegut
- Dark Matter - Blake Crouch
- Candide - Voltaire
- The Beautiful and Damned - F. Scott Fitzgerald
- Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury
- The Big Girls - Susanna Moore
- The Notebooks of Don Rigoberto - Mario Vargas Llosa
Let us know of any of your ~summer reading favorites~ (or binge-worthy shows, because sometimes I just want to eat veggie straws and lay down with Netflix)!
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