Looking for something to read this summer? Try these books.

The last few days, we’ve been discussing ways to make your summer productive. But today, it’s all about curling up and relaxing with a good book. After all, you’ve spent two long semesters reading assignments and books for class. Now, enjoy yourself and read something fun.

The Student Advisor Blog has a list of must-read and awesome books for college students.

Did you like “The Hunger Games”? Then you might like two books by Kristin Cashore: “Graceling,” about a warrior-girl named Katas, and “Fire,” a story about a human monster who can enter people’s minds and exert power over them.

Do you like history? “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak may be for you. Set during World War II, we see the war through the eyes of a German girl.

Love zombies, and who doesn’t? “The Forest of Hands and Teeth” by Carrie Ryan is a trilogy about what would happen to humans if a virus turned people into the “unconsecrated.” 

Love “Twilight”? well, you may enjoy the “Wolves of Mercy Falls”  trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater about Grace and Sam.

Are you reading something great? If so, let us know, and we’ll pass it along.

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2 thoughts on “Looking for something to read this summer? Try these books.

  1. I just finished Chuck Palahniuk’s (author of “Fight Club”) “Survivor,” and I have to say it’s one of the best books I’ve ever read. If you like to read, you should read this book. If you don’t like to read, reading this book might get you to like reading (I’ve seen its effects in action).

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