By Publisher’s Lunch
Buzz Books 2021 Spring/Summer gives the reader an inside look at the “buzziest books” of spring and summer 2021. The first few chapters are a tantalizing taste of what is to come in buzz worthy books soon available at your library and bookstores.
This literary preview has sections with the reader in mind. First and foremost is fiction, which is broken down to these categories: The Notables, Highly Anticipated, Emerging Voices, Debut and Commercial Fiction. Then we move on to Nonfiction, categorized as follows: Biography & Memoir, Business, Politics, and Current Events, Essays, Criticism & More, History and Crime, Science & Technology and finishes with Social Issues. As you can see there is something for everyone.
Each book has a few chapters available to read. It is like having a bookstore and/or a library with all of the latest books just waiting for you to crack the spine and dive in. Like most bibliophiles, I began reading immediately, keeping a careful list of the books I want to read. My list is lengthy, and full of authors both bestselling and novices.
A few on my list include:
A Perfect Ruin by Shanora Williams – publish date 6/29/21
Eternal by Lisa Scottoline – publish date 3/23/21
The Letter Keeper by Charles Martin – publish date 6/8/21
Morningside Heights by Joshua Henkin – publish date 6/15/21
The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz – publish date 5/4/21
Finding Freedom – by Erin French – publish date 4/6/21
Last Call by Elon Green publish date 3/9/11
The Last Fallen Star by Graci Kim – publish date 5/4/21
I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves to read. There is something from everyone’s favorite genre all packaged up neatly together. This smorgasbord of delights is a must read.
DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION: I have a material connection because I received a review copy for free from Netgalley and the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. Copyright © 2021 Laura Hartman