6 Books Every Bibliophile Needs To Read In 2017
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6 Books Every Bibliophile Needs To Read In 2017

Most anticipated releases and great books the masses have already tackled.

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6 Books Every Bibliophile Needs To Read In 2017
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1. Caraval by Stephanie Garber

I already read this book this year, and I absolutely loved it. I am obsessed with the idea of an immersive game such as Caraval.

2. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera

I am currently reading this book, and so far it is wonderful. I relate to the quirky aspects of the protagonist's relationship and enjoy the pop culture references.


3. The Circle by Dave Eggers

I have not yet gotten my hands on this book but boy am I excited to. The premise of a powerful company and the mysteries that awake an unknowing new employee definitely sparks my interest.


4. The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles

I don't really know what about this book makes me want to read it so much, but I'm dying to get my hands on a copy.


5. The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti

This books sounds so creepy and gripping that I cannot wait to loose myself in the mystery.


6. The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron

I have never heard a concept quite like this one before. As someone with a bad memory, the idea of forgetting everything about yourself every twelve years and only having what you've written down - true or otherwise - to go on about your life is completely enthralling.


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