Here is the list of great books, from the classic ones to conversation starters that you should delve into this summer. Do not waste your time and start reading!
Top Best Summer Reads
Breath, by Tim Winton
This author writes novels about the lives of ordinary Australian citizens, their attitude to nature, and relationships among them. Breath is a short novel about growing up with the ocean. However, the story has an unexpected and exciting subplot. Author’s musings about living on the beach and surfing make the book perfect for summer reading by the sea.
To the Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf
This novel is one of the great books to read on the beach. It will make you feel nostalgic for the idylls of seaside family holidays. Having the rugged, untamed Cornish coast as the amazing backdrop, this book will make the readers think about the passing time and importance of living in the moment and appreciating every second of life.
Like Water for Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel
A romantic and bittersweet novel, which transports the reader to Mexico at the turn of the 19th century. It enchants with the magical realism and the native recipes punctuating the start of every chapter so that it is impossible not to be swept away into the chaotic, all-female De La Garza family.
Love in the Time of Cholera, by Gabriel García Márquez
The well-known writer Gabriel García Márquez has created an amazing and powerful story of love in its myriad forms. Because of its exciting non-linear narrative and psychologically compelling characters, the book is in the list of must-read stories ever.
All the Pretty Horses, by Cormac McCarthy
A colorful and exciting cowboy tale, which will make you want to read all of the captivating tales of this author. This one is definitely the best of his story to start with.
Of Human Bondage, by W. Somerset Maugham
This book will stay with you long after you finish reading. It is a beautiful coming-of-age tale that describes the life and love of the main character and reminds the reader that a person can really be happy only when he/she accepts his/her nature.