Hachette Book Group Summer Reading Fiction Sampler 2104

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Hachette’s list of summer reading for

fiction may well be taken into the fall of 2014 just as the nonfiction sampler with no problem. There is a variety of several books to place on your shelves to read and enjoy. I am listing the title, author, and publisher with a quick note for reference and links to book reviews I have conducted.

 Inside Man by Jeff Abbot
Crime drama
Grand Central Publishing, July 2014

 The Fever by Megan Abbott
High school seniors taken ill with a strange disease never before seen
Little, Brown and Company, June 2014

 Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey
Futuristic thriller of a young girl with gifts that threaten even the strongest of men
Orbit, June 2014

 Sweetness #9 by Stephen Eirik Clark
Fictional account of creating artificial sweetners
Little, Brown and Company, August 2014

 What is Visible by Kimberly Elkins
Historical fiction set in the 1800’s based on the true life story of Laura Bridgman, the first blind and deaf woman
12Twelve, June 2014

 The Walled City by Ryan Graudin
Futuristic thriller of street survival in a walled city trying to find a way out
Little, Brown and Company, November 2014

 California by Edan Lepucki
Futuristic tale of California that no longer exists as we know it today
Little, Brown and Company, July 2014

 The Choir Director 2 by Carl Weber
Christian Fiction
Grand Central Publishing, August 2014

 Scared Scriptless by Alison Sweeney
Love and drama in the world of behind the scenes look in the television industry
Hachette Books, June 2014

 Whiskey Tango Foxtrot by David Shafer
Female cop drama set in Burma
Mulholland Books, August 2014

 The Girls of August by Anne Rivers Siddons
Four women gather every year until one of them dies and years later discover the unexpected.
Grand Central Publishing, July 2014

 The Hatmaker’s Heart by Carla Stewart
Set in the 1920’s, an apprentice at a millinery is held back by her boss until a new designer discovers her work and the tug-of-war begins for her designs and her heart
Faith Works, June 2014

 One Night Promised by Jodi Ellen Malpas
What will you sacrifice to have one night of passion where both parties are willing but yet afraid?
Forever, August 2014

 The Young World by Chris Weitz
The world’s population is wiped out by illness and the only survivors are a group of teenagers. How do they bring civilization back without sacrificing themselves in return?
Little, Brown and Company, July 2014

 Night Heron by Adam Brookes
Ex British spy and a journalist bargain military secrets for extraction from Beijing
Redhook, May 2014

I have listed the links for two reviews, The Fever and Sweetness #9, which both are enjoyable and worth the read. I currently have The Choir Director 2 on my reading list and will request The Walled City, The Hatmaker’s Heart, and Girl With All the Gifts very soon. All the novels listed seem interesting and you should take the time to check them out.

I received this book free from Hachette Publishing through the Net Galley reviewer program in exchange for an honest opinion in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.


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