As July hits us with hopefully more heat and sunshine, I have collected six books with a special summer-feel to them to read while lingering at the beach, pool, or park. For those long days with melting icecream, aperol spritz, and sprinklers lazily watering the suffering lawns, these new and classic books make wonderful companions with their sensual warmth and underlying drama. Albert Camus: The Plague What would happen if your town suddenly became infected by the plague? A burning heatwave filled with sickness sweeping through crooks and crannies in your homes, seperating you from the outside and not […]
If you are already sick of the mere mentioning of sport then I have some bad news: this is a momentous sports summer with the EURO16 still going, then Tour de France in July, and then the Olympics. So if you had plans on doing something with friends (if you are not the sporty kind) – drop those and find some alternatives. If you also happen to love reading then I will share which books I am going to pass time with myself when everyone else is glued to the screen.