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MR: Contemporaries


Welcome back to Monthly Recommendations, the Goodreads group set up by Kayla Rayne and Trina , both on Booktube.

For May, the topic is contemporary and I think this is perfect for spring and the start of summer. I personally don’t read many contemporary novels at all so those on this list are not going to be surprising or new to a lot of people. In fact if anyone can throw any decent ones my way I would be exceedingly grateful.

Right. My limited and popular choices are:

Image result for anna and the french kiss series

Image result for aristotle and dante discover the secrets of the universe

Image result for a monster calls

Image result for the secret diary of lizzie bennet

Image result for the bone dragon by alexia casale

(Although you could argue that this borders into fantasy because there is some magical realism in the form of Evie’s little bone dragon)

Image result for the improbability of love

Image result for the shock of the fall

Image result for if i stay book

Image result for you're welcome universe by whitney gardner#
Image result for saint anything sarah dessen

And that is it. Apologies for not having any summaries or anything to go with the books but they would have been mini essays instead and I didn’t want to make this post any longer than necessary.

Again, if anyone has any great recommendations for contemporaries (YA or Adult) that have little to no romance then please leave them in the comments below. I would love to get back into reading them because they are a nice change once in a while.

Thanks for reading and have a good day!

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