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10 Fiction Books For Your Summer Reading List

10 Fiction Books For Your Summer Reading List

June 30, 2017
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A few days ago we posted this ranking article of non-fiction books for your summer reading list. Today, we have 10 fiction books that you will want to add to your list of things to read this summer.

These books tell beautiful and captivating stories. There are stories of pain and loss. There are stories of joy and redemption. In your spare time this summer be sure to pick up a few of these books and escape to their wonderful story worlds.

Have you read these books? Help us rank them by voting for your favorite(s).

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn By: Betty Smith
The story of a young girl and the changes that come with her coming-of-age.
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A Man Called Ove By: Fredrik Backman
Ove seems like a cranky old man on the exterior but behind all of that there is a story of life and sadness few people get to see.
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Wonder By: R.J. Palacio
A young boy with a facial deformity learns to handle those around him at school that consider him so different from themselves.
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Into the Water By: Paula Hawkins
From the author of The Girl on the Train comes the story of tragedy and mystery after a young mother is found dead in a river.
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Camino Island By: John Grisham
A gang of thieves plan to break into the secure vault of Princeton University. Trouble is sure to follow for many.
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The Education of the Little Tree By: Forrest Carter
The story of a young boy who is adopted by his grandparents during the Great Depression.
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The Ministry of Utmost Happiness By: Arundhati Roy
A love story that takes readers on a journey through India.
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The Leavers By: Lisa Ko
Polly, a mother and employee at a nail salon, goes to work one day but never returns home. Her son Deming is eventually adopted by a couple and moved to the Bronx and renamed Daniel.
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People of the Book By: Geraldine Brooks
In this historical novel, Hanna Heath is charged with conserving a priceless historical artifact.
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No One Can Pronounce My Name By: Rakesh Satyal
The story of immigrants in America as they try to find their place in a new culture.

 

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Tori Ten Hagen is married to her amazing husband, Austin, and together they have a busy, energetic little boy. She is a stay-at-home mom passionate about encouraging other moms on their own parenting journeys. When she isn't busy keeping up with her toddler, you can find her sipping on coffee, reading a book, or curled up watching a good movie. Tori also writes on her personal blog and you can find more of her writing at www.ttenhagen.wordpress.com

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