The Ultimate πŸ’― Reading List πŸ“š for 2017 ...


I don't know about you, but for me there's nothing better after a long day than curling up in my PJs and getting lost in a good book.

It's a healthy escape from the real world.

Check out the list below to find some killer books to check out this year and get your read on.


1. The Futures

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By Anna Pitoniak

Price: $26.00 on

Evan and Julia met and fell in love at Yale before moving to New York City.

Julia, born wealthy and beautiful, goes to work at a nonprofit, while Evan-who went to the elite Ivy on a scholarship, lands a job at a prestigious financial firm.

If you think this is just another novel about the economic collapse of the late you're not completely wrong.

It's also about the things you believe in when you're young, and what breaks your heart along the way;

who can't relate to that?!

2. Idaho

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By Emily Ruskovich

Price: $18.56 on

Long-married couple Ann and Wade have carved out a life for themselves in northern Idaho.

But as Wade's memory begins to fade, Ann becomes determined to learn more about her husband's first wife, Jenny, and their daughters.

Little by little, the shocking tragedy that split Wade and Jenny emerges, as does the story of how Wade and Ann found one another.

3. The Man Who Shot My Eye out is Dead by Chanelle Benz

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Price: $24.99 on

A debut collection that spans centuries and oceans, Benz’s book skips from adventure to adventure for an action-packed, imaginative read that takes you into the life events of her characters and shows how life events shape people in different ways.

4. The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker

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Price: $24.21 on

Two cartoonists meet in college, then form a brilliant artistic partnership in this debut novel.

Sharon Kisses and Mel Vaught (really), the animation team, bring the best out of each other creatively ― until a breakthrough success fractures their friendship and opens up a growing divide between them.

Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin
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