This summer I'm going to Salcombe in Devon with my extended family for Regatta Week. Note: we will be literally the only people there for Regatta Week who are not doing or watching any sailing. The upside of this is that we'll have practically the whole beach to ourselves, and plenty of wide open beach and plenty of warm sunshine (hopefully - this is England, after all) will call for plenty of excellent reading material. So here they are: the ten books I'll be taking on my beach holiday this year:
2) P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han. I loved To All The Boys I've Loved Before and I've been waiting for this to come out for what seems like a decade.
3) Sweet by Tammara Webber. The third book in the Contours Of The Heart series (after Easy and Breakable). Love Tammara Webber's writing. Just love it.
4) Wake by Amanda Hocking. Because it's about mermaids, and mermaids live at the seaside.
5) The Knife Of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. Supposed to be great, and as an added bonus the series is complete so there's no pesky waiting around for the next books.
6) Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Geekery and eighties references. What could possibly go wrong?
7) I'll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson. I loved The Sky Is Everywhere, so I'm really excited about this one.
8) Hate List by Jennifer Brown. To sombre things up a little.
9) Allison Hewitt Is Trapped (And The Dead Are Closing In) by Madeleine Roux. Because it wouldn't be a summer holiday without a zombie apocalypse.
10) Weightless by Sarah Bannan. This was recommended to me by one of my friends on Goodreads. Merci beaucoup, Morris, it's going in my beach bag!
What about you? What books are you reading on the beach this summer?