Content: What’s better than a summer vacation with a good book? School’s out, the weather is beautiful, and a chair by the pool is calling your name. If you’re looking for something light and fluffy, there are plenty of beach reads to choose from and not just by Emily Henry, though her books are always a solid choice.
Beach reads not your thing? That’s okay! Maybe you’re looking for something more exciting to fill summer free time, like a fast paced thriller, Perhaps you miss the chill in the air, and are looking for a read to cool you down. Or maybe you’re looking for escapism, and want to pick up a book that’ll transport you to a new world. Whatever you prefer, there’s a summer read out there for everyone.
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