Wrap Up / June&July

  1. The Husband’s Secret – Liane Moriaty

…..my dear, if you are reading this, I am dead already. . . . .

-Imagine you found a letter from your loved one husband, who is having a secret. Something that can change everything you have been building for years, and to change life of people around you. What if, this letter says ‘Open only in case of death’ and your husband is still alive. Would you open it?



2.The Last Blind Date – Linda Yellin

-True story of a Long distance relationship, with all its challenges and trammels. Rendy is living in New York, and when his friend suggested to call Linda who lives in Chicago, their life changed.



3.On the Island – Tracey Garvis Graves

Ana Emerson is an English teacher. She has a desire to change something in her life, being tired of her love relationship, which does not have future. She gets in adventurous trip, to teach young TJ , in their family house on Maldives. Suddenly, those two had a plain crush, and they end up together on the desert Island. Being put into this circumstances, they must be ready to survive. But, are they ready to fell in love, even if she is 13 years older than him? Or are they ready to keep their love safe from other people when they are rescued?



4. Delirium- Dee Shulman

-Delirium is the gripping second instalment in the thrilling Parallon Trilogy that began with Fever – by award-winning author and illustrator Dee Shulman.

Two worlds. Two millennia. One love . . .

A fearless Roman gladiator.

A reckless twenty-first-century girl.

A mysterious virus unites them . . .



5.My Grandmother asked me to tell you she’s sorry- Fredrik Backman

Elsa is seven years old and different. Her grandmother is seventy-seven years old and crazy, standing-on-the-balcony-firing-paintball-guns-at-men-who-want-to-talk-about-Jesus-crazy. She is also Elsa’s best, and only, friend. At night Elsa takes refuge in her grandmother’s stories, in the Land of Almost-Awake and the Kingdom of Miamas where everybody is different and nobody needs to be normal.

When Elsa’s grandmother dies and leaves behind a series of letters apologizing to people she has wronged, Elsa’s greatest adventure begins. Her grandmother’s letters lead her to an apartment building full of drunks, monsters, attack dogs, and totally ordinary old crones, but also to the truth about fairy tales and kingdoms and a grandmother like no other.



6.The lady predator- Simonida Milojkovic

Violet is a woman who has been mistreated by many men. Unfortunately it is the nature of the profession she finds herself in that tends to attract these users and abusers. Just because it is the oldest profession it does not mean that it has evolved. There are still violent, greedy and unscrupulous men out there who will take what they want and more from a woman in Violet’s position.
The story is true and is written in a confessional, though not quite contrite, tone. Violet accepts new moral and social rules – rules of the street. She sells her body for money, but with money she buys love. Violet confesses to the reader with her simple vocabulary; however, she is no victim. She knows what she is doing and a lot of the time she enjoys it. She is a survivor, trying to stay alive and find happiness and love in the middle of all the pain and emotionless. And the truth that not one of these men understands is that Violet is not the person they think she is. They do not prey on her.



7.A simple favor-Darcey Bell

Stephanie and Emily are very close, even their sons are friends. Stephanie is dedicated mother, famous blogger, a woman always ready to help someone. That is why she accepted without thinking the request from Emily to keep an eye on her son. But Emily is not coming back. She is not answering her phone, and not texting back. Stephanie knows that something is wrong, because she would never leave her son. And she would never forget her. She is asking for help on her blog, and offering help to Emily’s husband. Her fragile illusion about idyllic suburb is rushed. In Emily’s husband she is founding a opportunity to live some other life.

And then. . . The phone call that she was scared of. Emily is dead.

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