Futuristic Friday: Books We Can’t Wait For From April to June

April 7, 2017 Uncategorized 8

Happy April, everyone! I hope you’re all looking forward to a summer of wonderful reading outdoors and exciting new releases as much as Tamara of Travelling with T and I are. We’ve got some great books to look forward to in the next few months and I can’t wait to share with them you!

Tamara’s April Picks

The Saturday Evening Girls ClubThe Night the Lights Went OutThe Perfect StrangerI Found YouThe Widow of Wall StreetThe Secret RoomThe Red HunterAny Day NowSlightly South of Simple

Katie’s April Picks

The Drowning KingThe Book of JoanWhat the Dead Leave BehindMusic of the GhostsBorneIncendiaryDouble BindThe Time Traveler’s Guide to Restoration Britain

Tamara’s May Picks

The GravesThe Simplicity of CiderNot a SoundBecoming BonnieIn This MomentAll the Best PeopleThe Distance HomeBefore the Rain FallsAllie and BeaThe Book of Summer

Katie’s May Picks

The Coroner’s DaughterIt’s Always the HusbandSycamoreChemistryMurder in MateraSalt HouseThe Best Land Under HeavenGeek Girl Rising

Tamara’s June Picks

Cocoa BeachSecrets of Southern GirlsThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn HugoThe Good WidowLove the Wine You’re WithEver Last Lie

Katie’s June Picks

Before Everything Midnight at the Bright Ideas BookstoreCottonmouthsBe Free or DieTash Hearts TolstoyWe Crossed a Bridge and It Trembled River Under the RoadThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

What books are you most looking forward to this summer?

8 Responses to “Futuristic Friday: Books We Can’t Wait For From April to June”

  1. Tonni Callan

    Some great pics there, but you all have missed a great onee coming out June 5th.
    Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate is one of the best books (possibly THE best) I have ever read. I predict it will go on to become a classic.
    Lisa Wingate has a way of teaching us history….history that has been shoved under the rug bu the powers that be. She incorporates dictional characters that are so dimensional you.will feel you are right there in the moment with them.
    It is such a heartbreakingly poignant piece of fiction….it truly runs the gambit of emotions….seceral times.

  2. Catherine

    We’ve got some books in common for May and June! Also, I’ll be curious to see what you thought of Music of the Ghosts. Have you read it yet?

    I’m looking forward to: Salt Houses, Chemistry, A King’s Obsession (I’m a Tudor freak), Rich People Problems, Heirs and The Necklace. Really hoping there will be some great ones in the mix- this year has been pretty weak so far.
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    • DoingDewey

      Awesome! I haven’t read Music of the Ghosts yet or any of my other picks, actually. Feeling a bit behind this quarter! Hopefully the read-a-thon will help me get caught up. And I hope you find your next great read in your list 🙂

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