The Summer’s Hottest Reads: Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld and Carve the Mark by Veronice Roth

by Amanda Brack May 2017 Also on Digital Edition

Ah, summer is upon us. Not that we have a long break from summer in South Florida, but it’s definitely safe to say it’s heating up outside. Time to pick out our paperbacks, put on our sandals and head to the beach!

What to Read this Month:

Eligible from Curtis Sittenfeld is the perfect beach read this year. This charming, witty and modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice will keep you entertained. From the two youngest sisters who are too concerned about their Paleo diets and CrossFit routines to be bothered with marriage, to the sprawling and somewhat rundown Tudor mansion (in Cincinnati, of course) as a backdrop, Eligible will keep you turning pages to the very end.

What to Read this Month for Teens:

Veronica Roth, author of the bestselling “Divergent” series releases the first book in a new science fiction dystopian series. Carve the Mark will delight “Star Wars” and “Divergent” fans with its tale of good vs. evil and the power of friendship in a galaxy filled with the unexpected.

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