Wednesday, 22 July 2015

New Books You Should Know About This July

I'm always on the lookout for what new books are dropping each month and boy are there some good 'uns this July. I feel like this roundup has something for everyone, from a follow up to one of the most loved classics of all time to Young Adult fiction and even a non-fiction pick. Take a peek at what books I'm looking forward to reading in the near future:

Bradstreet Gate: A Novel by Robin Kirwin. When a novel is described as "A tour de force debut about a campus murder for readers of Donna Tartt, Meg Wolitzer, and Jeffrey Eugenides" you know I'm going to sit up and take notice. I've never read Wolitzer before but Jeffrey Eugenides is one of my favourite authors and Donna Tartt's Goldfinch is one of the best literary books I've read (and finished haha). When a classmate is found murdered on Harvard campus Georgia, Charlie and Alice find themselves dealing with an unknown future. 

Paperweight by Meg Haston. I have seen quite a few early reviews of this Young Adult book and it sounds like a moving and confronting read. Stevie is fighting a battle with herself. The only thing she has ever had control over is her eating disorder and now she has been shipped off to a health centre with strict regimes and 'inmates' she doesn't want to get to know. 

The French Beauty Solution by Mathilde Thomas. I love reading beauty books that are filled with actual information rather than just pretty pictures (nothing wrong with that if you're looking for a pretty coffee table book though!) and Mathilde Thomas, founder of French skincare company Claudile shares her knowledge on why French women look so damn good. Forget expensive chemical treatments and quick fix solutions, Mathilde is all about good food changes to your life that will show results in your skin.

Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee. Well this book needs no introduction and you've probably already been bombarded with several articles on people annoucing their shock and disbelief at Atticus Finch's character development but still, I'm excited to read it and continue the story of Jean Louise as an adult.

What books are you looking forward to dropping this month?

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