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Show Us Your Summer Stack!

We have some pretty lofty reading goals here on Lit & Love, but we hope that you, too, are looking for a book or two to read this summer. Now that we’re nearing the end of Summer Reading Week, here are some of the books I personally hope to read this summer! I only included the hardbound books, but I definitely have some more books on our Kindles I hope to dig into as well!

My Summer Stack

I think this constitutes as a book tower…not just a stack.


From the bottom up:

From the bottom up: 

What’s in your summer stack? Comment below on some of the books you hope to read this summer!

Lit & Love,

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10 thoughts on “Show Us Your Summer Stack!

  1. I LOVED A Darker Shade of Magic so book #2 is also on my summer TBR pile. Also…
    All the Light We Cannot See
    Miss P’s Home for Peculiar Children *I am going to read this one with my son and take him to the movie
    The Love That Split The World

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    1. Thank you! I was surprised I had that many piled up around my house that I really wanted to get to this summer. I usually just download ebooks and audiobooks from the library. I’ve already read A Room of One’s Own, The Serpent King, and A Darker Shade of Magic. I recommend them all highly! It just depends on your mood (classic lit, realistic YA, or fantasy).

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      1. You just opened a can of worms, my friend. If you’re looking for some great character development and well-written prose, anything by John Green or Rainbow Rowell (Eleanor and Park has one of the most intense hand-holding scenes in all of literature). Tommy Wallach’s And We All Looked Up was suspenseful and had lovely characters. Jennifer Niven’s All the Bright Places was devastating and beautiful. Those are probably some of my favorites that I’ve read the past couple of years 🙂

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      2. Thank you so much! Oh my, All the Bright Places and John Green’s TFIOS are my favorites as well! And JG is my favorite YA author ever! And yes, Eleanor and Park is such a great book. Thank you for all those recommendations, btw! 😊


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