Have you already put a dent in your reading list for this year. Well, here are some more to get you excited about your reading time in the coming months. From non-fiction to novels, this list has you covered for the next couple of months.
Warlight by Michael Ondaatje
Digging into familiar territory 25 years after the best-selling novel The English Patient, Ondaatje’s Warlight is set after the Second World War where London sees mysterious happenings like many people being abducted for reasons that cannot be explained.
Feel Free by Zadie Smith
A lot of hype surrounded Feel Free and for good reason since the book talks about famous icons like Jay-Z, Quentin Tarantino, Facebook and life in Trump’s America. Esquire said that it “is at once delightful, challenging, and important, and might be the closest we’ll ever get to a real-life conversation with the fiercely private writer.”
The Monk of Mokha by Dave Eggers
Telling the story of San Franciscan Mokhtar Alkhanshali, who goes to Yemen to learn about coffee and coffee-making and is thereby caught up in the civil war, it’s a must-read for all coffee-lovers.
Brave by Rose McGowen
In the era of Time’s Up and #Metoo, McGowen’s book has been long-awaited by all. It tells the story of her life growing up in a cult to making it in Hollywood and her own experiences with Harvey Weinstein, and Hollywood culture.
The Female Persuasion, by Meg Wolitzer
Out 6 June
Tracking the generational gap among feminists at an imaginary US college, Wolitzer’s The Female Persuasion is smart and educational giving an insight into the issues of our time.
Breaking News by Alan Rusbridger
Out in September
As the former editor-in-chief of The Guardian, Rusbridger delves into the hidden dangers of media and the way it has seeped into modern life and politics.
Agency by William Gibson
Out 31 Dec
Gibson narrated an alternative universe where Hillary Clinton won the US election and the way most of humanity has perished in London two centuries down the line; the novel is sci-fi for modern times.