Summer reading list 2016

Here are the 30 books I will be reading between may and september 2016. It’s an eclectic lil mix of popular stories for the season, from last season, and ones I should have read during high school:

  1. the unbearable lightness of being (milan kundera)
  2. the goldfinch (donna tartt)
  3. never can say goodbye (sarah bolton)
  4. so sad today (melissa broder)
  5. bird by bird (anne lamott)
  6. the bell jar (sylvia plath)
  7. why not me (mindy kaling)
  8. so you’ve been publicly shamed (jon ronson)
  9. dark places (gillian flynn)
  10. the rosie project (graeme simsion)
  11. the argonauts (maggie nelson)
  12. milk and honey (rupi kaur)
  13. between the world and me (ta-nehisi coats)
  14. i’ll give you the sun (jandy nelson)
  15. wonder (r.j. palacio)
  16. brooklyn (colm tobin)
  17. americanah (chimamanda ngozi adichie)
  18. we believe you (annie clark/andrea pino)
  19. funny in purpose (joe randazzo)
  20. jesus feminist (sarah bessey)
  21. jane eyre (charlotte bronte)
  22. the girl on the train (paula hawkins)
  23. best american magazine writing 2015 (sid holt)
  24. the circle (dave eggers)
  25. just kids (patti smith)
  26. a room of one’s own (virginia woolf)
  27. all the bright places (jennifer niven)
  28. the girls (emma cline)
  29. dataclysm (christian rudder)
  30. the nest (cynthia d’aprix sweeney)