Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag

Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag

Top Ten Tuesday This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is fun! And kind of hard for me since I don’t really do beach holidays haha. The last(only) time I did, I ended up sleeping on the beach all day (only waking up to move along with the shade of the parasol)…

I’ll give it a try though 😉 These are books I’d recommend to bring to the beach, but forgive me if they aren’t too beachy…

Ten Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag

  1. The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer (historical fiction/romance)
  2. The Restaurant of Love Regained by Ito Ogawa (Japanese literature)
  3. Paper Towns by John Green (YA)
  4. The Help by Kathryn Stockett (historical fiction/chicklit)
  5. Ask the Passengers by A.S. King (YA/LGBT)
  6. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman (fantasy)
  7. The Housekeeper + The Professor by Yoko Ogawa (contemporary/Japanese literature)
  8. And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie (detective)
  9. Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto (Japanese literature)
  10. Rashomon: And Other Stories by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (classic/Japanese literature)

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Books That Should Be In Your Beach Bag

    1. I know right! I agree Abundance of Katherines is probably somewhat more summer-y (although I recall Paper Towns was pretty summer-y too?) but I enjoyed Paper Towns a bit more 🙂 So that’s why it made it onto the list.

      Seraphina is soooo worth it, I am craving the second book like there’s no tomorrow.

      Your giveaways make me super excited! Especially the Dystopian one, but I haven’t joined the challenge yet sadly (even though I read quite some dystopian books until now)… what to doooooooo

    1. Usually with ‘beach reads’ I imagine cheap romance novels for some reason lmao. But I think a lot of YA (though not everythign) makes for good casual summer reads 🙂 And Agatha Christie!

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