Authors recommend books of summer

Books of summer is another list of summer books.  I love the way this one is written.  Authors recommend other authors’ books.  The above linked article tells more about each book and author.

‘Daisy Jones & the Six’ author Taylor Jenkins Reid recommends ‘The Bride Test’ by Helen Hoang

‘We Hunt the Flame’ author Hafsah Faizal recommends ‘Sorcery of Thorns’ by Margaret Rogerson

‘When We Left Cuba’ author Chanel Cleeton recommends ‘Park Avenue Summer’ by Renée Rosen

‘Let Me Hear a Rhyme’ author Tiffany D. Jackson recommends ‘With the Fire on High’ by Elizabeth Acevedo

‘Gods of Jade and Shadow’ author Silvia Moreno-Garcia recommends ‘The Summer of Ellen’ by Agnete Friis

‘Hope & Other Punchlines’ author Julie Buxbaum recommends ‘Field Notes on Love’ by Jennifer E. Smith

‘Necessary People’ author Anna Pitoniak recommends ‘The Dreamers’ by Karen Thompson Walker

‘Internment’ author Samira Ahmed recommends ‘Girl Gone Viral’ by Arvin Ahmadi

‘Natalie Tan’s Book of Luck and Fortune’ author Roselle Lim recommends ‘The Chai Factor’ by Farah Heron

‘Red, White & Royal Blue’ author Casey McQuiston recommends ‘Wilder Girls’ by Rory Power

‘Searching for Sylvie Lee’ author Jean Kwok recommends ‘Miracle Creek’ by Angie Kim

‘Love From A to Z’ author S.K. Ali recommends ‘The Candle and the Flame’ by Nafiza Azad

‘Sabrina & Corina’ author Kali Fajardo-Anstine recommends ‘Good Talk’ by Mira Jacob

‘If It Makes You Happy’ author Claire Kann recommends ‘Belly Up’ by Eva Darrows

‘Home Remedies’ author Xuan Juliana Wang recommends ‘Where Reasons End’ by Yiyun Li

‘The Liars of Mariposa Island’ author Jennifer Mathieu recommends ‘Like a Love Story’ by Abdi Nazemian

‘Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls’ author T Kira Madden recommends ‘Black Light’ by Kimberly King Parsons

‘The Revolution of Birdie Randolph’ author Brandy Colbert recommends ‘Color Me In’ by Natasha Díaz

‘I Miss You When I Blink’ author Mary Laura Philpott recommends ‘City of Girls’ by Elizabeth Gilbert

‘Dealing in Dreams’ author Lilliam Rivera recommends ‘Five Midnights’ by Ann Dávila Cardinal

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