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What Should I Read Next? Our Current Reads!

What Should I Read Next? Our Current Reads!

Can’t decide on what book to read next? You’re not alone! It can be hard to pick your next read when there are so many great options on offer. 

We asked our team to share their current reads in the hope that it can provide some form of inspiration, or help narrow down your decision at least. There are a mix of genres in there so whether you’re after more of the same or something totally different, you should be able to find something that appeals! 

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Attached by Dr Amir Levine and Rachel S. F. Heller

Anxious, avoidant or secure… which one are you? This book explores the importance of attachment theory and the pivotal role it plays in our relationships. Can we use science to help us find compatible partners and improve our existing relationships?

Humankind: A Hopeful History by Rutger Bregman

What if we need to change the way we view human beings? To assume that people are good and kind in nature as opposed to selfish and dishonest? This book looks at major historical events with a new perspective, and that might just be the only way to change the world for the better. 

Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo

Spanning across the country and over the course of several decades we follow the stories of twelve very different characters. Mostly women, Black and British, we see their joys, their struggles and the circle of people they share them with. 

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Lawless master thief Kaz Brekker brings together a group of six dangerous misfits to help him pull off a near impossible heist which, if successful, will take them from rags to riches. Six of Crows is set in the same world as Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy. 

Melmoth by Sarah Perry

This book follows the story of Helen Franklin, a translator living in Prague, who has spent the past two decades running away from a past she’s desperate to forget. After coming into possession of an unusual manuscript, Helen uncovers the myth of Melmoth. It isn’t too long before she’s forced to confront the thing she’d rather leave far behind. 

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All of the books featured in this blog can be purchased on Hive and have been linked accordingly. Hive is a website specialising in the sale of books that gives a percentage of each  purchase to independent bookshops around Britain. You can even choose which participating bookshop you want your money to go to! 

 

 

 

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