The kids of Creekwood are back in this follow-up to Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda that follows the crew one year later as they deal with the relationships that formed (and didn’t form) in the first book and navigate prom season.
No one does biography quite like Walter Isaacson. There is a reason he’s a consistent New York Times bestseller.
Three Days in Moscow, by Fox News anchor Bret Baier, takes a look not only at the titular time in the titular city but Ronald Reagan’s life as a whole
It’s wedding weekend and everything that can go wrong does go wrong in Save the Date, the latest YA contemporary novel by Morgan Matson.
Riley Sager, the author of the bestselling horror thriller Final Girls, is back with a psychological thriller set at a summer camp
The daughter of a televised evangelical family discovers she’s pregnant and finally takes control of her crazy life with the unlikely allies of a local baseball player and a journalist with her own dark past.
I’ve decided to be really intentional about my reading in July because I’m planning to start grad school and move and start working full time in August if not sooner and I really should be on top of my crap by then.
It’s that time again: time to choose your Book of the Month club selection(s) for July