Anyone into a "summer read" that is awesome (or awful)?

Contributor: Bignuf Bignuf
Please share titles so we can either run out and get it, or make sure we don't!
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Yes, I have a GREAT summer read.
Herzer , emiliaa , lana'sart
I have a summer read that I don't recommend.
No summer read for me.
I don't read, I look at the pictures.
Total votes: 5 (5 voters)
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Contributor: Herzer Herzer
John Ringo - 'Under a Graveyard Sky' 1st book in a pandemic zombie outbreak story.

Kevin Hearne - 'Hunted' Book 6 in the Iron Druid urban fantasy series. Very funny books.

Kelly McCullough - 'Blade Reforged' Book 4 of the series about the last holy assassin follower of a death goddess.

All three are awesome books & series.
Contributor: emiliaa emiliaa
I was lucky enough to get an advanced reader's copy of the sequel to my fave book from 10 years ago. The original was House of the Scorpion, the sequel is the Lord of Opium. It's awesome.
Contributor: KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Aside from still trying to find time to finish The Well of Tears (decent book, thus far, but I keep getting side tracked and not finishing it.), I've pretty much just been reading fanfics and gearing up for NaNoWriMo.

...most of the fics have been x-rated lately, but For the Love of Stella was a pretty good Kuroshitsuji themed one that was more like pg-13.

I've also decided to revisit Hiroshima, which I read and loved back in high school...thinking about rereading Sign of the Beaver or some Goosebumps/Animorphs books soon too.
Contributor: lana'sart lana'sart
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