What should you read next this summer?

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Need some inspiration for your summer reading? We’re here to help with these suggestions.

If you liked A Game of Thrones, read …

The Eye of the World (The Wheel of Time: Book 1) by Robert Jordan

The void left by HBO’s Game of Thrones might very well have been filled by Amazon’s Wheel of Time series. Get stuck into this epic fantasy classic by the late Robert Jordan.

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If you liked The Hating Game, read …

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

If you adore the ‘enemies-to-lovers’ romance trope, you likely loved Sally Thorne’s bestseller The Hating Game, in which two work rivals compete for a promotion and accidentally fall for each other. Ali Hazelwood’s book, The Love Hypothesis – certified gold by TikTok, no less – also focuses on a workplace romance that goes haywire.

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If you liked A Court of Thorns and Roses, read …

King of Battle and Blood by Scarlett St Clair

If you find yourself craving more from the magical fae world of Prythian (and more of Rhys and Feyre darling’s steamy romance), King of Battle and Blood might just fill your cup. This one is a vampire romance described as “a new epic fantasy filled with danger, darkness, and insatiable romance”.

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If you liked Cloud Atlas, read …

To Paradise by Hanya Yanagihara

We all know (and sobbed over) Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life, and her next novel looks to be just as epic in scope. To Paradise spans three centuries and three different versions of the American experiment: the elusive promise of utopia. It sounds perfect for fans of the glorious and sprawling storytelling in David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas.

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What was your favourite book in 2021? What’s on your reading list in 2022? Why not let us know in the comments section below?

This article first appeared on Booktopia.

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