Here are some of the most exciting (and hopefully good) books of June 2017. Add your own oooh shinies to our Goodreads list and let us know in the comments which book you look forward to reading the most!
Our Dark Duet
The sequel to This Savage Song. Six months after the events of book 1, August is a reluctant leader and Kate a ruthless hunter.
A searingly honest memoir of food, weight, self-image, and learning how to feed your hunger while taking care of yourself.
The Last Kid Left
19-year-old Nick drives drunk and crashes his car. Nick’s doctor and the doctor’s wife are dead in the backseat and despite the confession, something else seems to be going on.
A college wrestler is in his senior season and with every match, he gets closer to greatness and further away from sanity.
Strapped for cash to pay her medical bills, Mary takes a job as ‘the Emotional girlfriend’ of an eccentric author.
Two intertwined narratives, one about two Asian American boys who are outcasts and bond over superheroes, the other about superheroes pondering modern society on their day off.
An antiquarian in NY, is plagued by weird dreams. When his wife and newly born son vanish, he journeys to a forgotten island in the East River.
So Much I Want to Tell You
The little sister of Youtuber Anna Akana committed suicide in 2007. These essays contain advice on all kinds of self-esteem and self-care issues.
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
Following a range of characters through Old Delhi, Arundhati shows that people can be broken by the world we live in, but can always be mended again by love.
Tash Hearts Tolstoy
A small vlogger making a series based on Anna Karenina, finds herself thrust into the limelight where she needs to come out as asexual.
You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me
When his mother died at the age of 78, Alexie responded by writing 78 poems, 78 essays, and intimate family photographs.
Once and For All
As the daughter of a famous wedding planner, Louna is skeptical about the happily ever after. Ambrose, her new beau, isn’t about to be discouraged though.
Song of the Current
Caroline’s family has been called by the river gods for centuries, but when it doesn’t come for her, she takes matters into her own hands.
After saving a baby, Sadie gets introduced to her hometown heroes, an unlikely group of teenagers who secretly write local wrongs.
Marriage of a Thousand Lies
Lucky and her husband are both gay. They pretend to have a happy marriage for their American Sri-Lankan family, but when Lucky runs into her first love, things might have to change.
Saints and Misfits
Janna’s hard for people to pin down as an Arab Indian-American teenager who also loves books, photography and graphic novels.
Grace wants to escape her life and her abusive parents, but when she falls in love with Gavin, her relationship becomes an even worse prison.
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue
Set in the 18th century, teen and gentleman to be Monty finds a magical artifact and flees around Europe with his secret crush Percy and little sister.
A memoir of comedian Eddie Izzard, sharing the story of starting out as a street busker and now being one of the busiest comedians of our time.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
Taylor Jenkins Reid
A Hollywood legend is ready to share her rise to fame and chooses a young female journalist to tell her story, which will intersect with her own life in many ways.
What I Lost
An anorexic girl is being treated in an eating disorder facility where mysterious packages start being delivered for her.
A young boy finds a hall of mirrors and is pulled through to another world while someone else takes his place.
Weird in a World That’s Not
Part memoir, part guide, Romolini shares her story starting out as a misfit and ending up as a success.
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