Holidays 2022: The Seven Essential Books to Read This Summer

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Adventure stories, sentimental novels, thrillers… If you want to spend some time reading and relaxing this summer, Medidispatch He has prepared a selection of seven books not to be missed for you.

What could be better than a good book for relaxing this summer at the beach, by the pool, or simply in your garden or park… you still have to find it! Like every year, some work pops up as the summer season approaches and promises to be essential. So, if you want to stay updated, here are the seven must-reads this summer.

threeby Valerie Perrin

A charming novel that combines intrigue and friendship. threeAs its name suggests, it will take you through the story of three close friends who met in CM2 in 1986. Three friends will be thrown into the spotlight in 2017, when a car wreck is discovered at the bottom of a lake. What have they become? What is the relationship between this wreck and their friendship story? A “nugget of romance”, according to Parisian.

anomalyby Herve Le Tellier

Goncourt Prize 2020, anomaly It is a novel with reversals in surprising and unexpected situations. You will follow the story of many characters, on board the Paris and New York flight. Not everything goes as planned and phenomena approaching science fiction will occur. The back cover notes, “Everyone thought they had a secret life. No one imagined how true it was.”

We will have thisBy Virginie Grimaldi

“At 33, Iris carries her life in a suitcase. Theo, 18, has few dreams, because she doesn’t care when she breaks. At 74, Jane looks at her presence in the rearview mirror.”, the back cover sets the tone. We will have this, a new novel by the famous Virginie Grimaldi, that presents a story that is as touching as it is moving. Perfect for reading by the sea.

life vortexby Aurelie Vallognes

Like the work of Virgin Grimaldi, life vortex It will touch your heart. Between humor and emotions, the novel tells the story of a grandfather and his grandson who will make up for lost time in one summer. The back cover declared, “Happiness would be complete if Arthur (Grandfather) did not hold a heavy secret.” A book about the passage of time and the transmission of life’s simple pleasures.

Liv MariaBy Julia Kirnnon

The story of a woman entering her forties, who through the story of her life over thirty years is fueled by the encounters she has had. Liv Maria It tells about the everyday life of this seemingly ordinary woman, but her past is as rich as it is exciting. An exciting love and adventure story.

the guyby Annie Hernow

You find it difficult to finish long books of 400 or 500 pages, the guy Made for you. Only a few dozen pages, written in the first person, Annie Erno tells of her relationship with a man thirty years younger than her. “An experience that made her again, for several months, the scandalous girl in her youth,” Gallimard notes. An exciting short journey through time to devour this summer.

1991Written by Frank Telles

We end this list with excitement, not just any. 1991 He tells the first investigation of Frank Charcot, who has just graduated from the School of Inspectors. Through this stunning thriller full of surprises, Sharko will discover a story as dark as it is unexpected, beyond anything he could have imagined. Something to give you some chills this summer.

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