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Wondering what to read? We at Book Buzzed read quite a lot last May and June! The below may-June releases helped us satisfy our reading appetite. We hope it does wonders for you too.
The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner
Chawton was the final home of the versatile Jane Austen. Her home is taken up by distant relatives and people who seem quite unrelated. Like-minded residents of the town join hands in a bid to save the last remaining legacy of Austen. A beautiful read that pulls readers into it!
The Hilarious World of Depression by John Moe
John Moe suffered from depression for many years. He started his podcast sharing his experiences and thought processes. It became an instant success, as many people felt it resonating. That’s when Moe thought to write a book on the same. This book presents the stance of depression uniquely.
Catherine House by Elisabeth Thomas
Catherine House is a school cached deep in the woods of rural Pennsylvania. Ines joins the school with great hopes. It is only to find that it has a thick demeanor under which an unusual agenda is kept a secret. Will Ines be able to get into the cult-like environment? The book feeds on gothic themes that keep the reader’s eye intact.
The Groom Will Keep His Name by Matt Ortile
Matt Ortile’s incredible debut is knowledge in itself. A gay Filipino comes to America with high hopes. The author recalls moments that pushed him to explore the notions of sex, relationships, race, class, and life in general.
Jo and Laurie by Margaret Stohl and Melissa de la Cruz
Jo and Laurie are not new to readers. The book is an interesting retelling of “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. The plot links back to the original one and also presents a new retouch to it.
Parakeet by Marie-Helene Bertino
Parakeet is a dark and intriguing novel. The story is about a bride who is visited by her dead grandmother in the form of a parakeet. The bird warns her to stop her upcoming wedding and rather, go in search of a loved one. The book is a brilliant take on how memories make and break us.