I don’t exactly know why, but summer always is the time I read the most. It’s when I usually catch up with my Goodreads Reading Challenge and discover so many awesome new writers and books. Speaking of my reading challenge. It’s going rubbish so far. I’m already 5 books behind and my goal is only 50 books for 2016. When did this happen? And HOW the hell am I supposed to ever catch up? UGH! Anyways, let’s talk about better things. Like my summer reading list.
I picked out a great selection of books that I possibly want to read during my summer break. I’m 100% positive that I won’t be able to read all of them. However, I’ll do my best to read as many as possible. Four of these books I already have at home. So I’ll probably start with these in order not to spend any more money on books than I do anyways. The books on this summer reading list cover a broad variety of topics and genres. I’m sure there’ll be one fitting for each and every one of you guys.
My Summer Reading List 2016
» Bad Feminist | November 9 | From this moment «
» Der weite Raum der Zeit | Dreamology | The Space Between Us «
» The Girls | Six of Crows | The Invention of Wings «
» Making Nice | The Body Book | Das Leuchten meiner Welt «
Edit: In between writing and publishing this post (aka the weekend) I actually managed to read some books from this list. “November 9″ I absolutely adored. It’s such a heart-wrenching, tear-jerking, beautifully written story. Another great novel by the talented Colleen Hoover! “From this moment” was incredibly fun to read. However, a tad too over-the-top teenage drama for me. Seems like I grew out young adult romance after all. Also, I just started reading “Der weite Raum der Zeit” (en: the gap of time) , which is a modern adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Game. Sounds promising, right?
What’s on your summer reading list? Have you already read any of these books?
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