The Guardian Best of Summer reads 2023

Romantic Comedy by Curtis SittenfeldThe Bee Sting by Paul MurrayA House for Alice by Diane Evans
The Happy Couple by Naoise DolanThe Ferryman by Justin CroninAugust Blue by Deborah Levy
Looking Glass Sound by Catriona WardThe Ghost Theatre by Mat OsmanBig Swiss by Jen Beagin
Birnam Wood by Eleanor CattonFire Rush by Jacqueline CrooksThe World and all it Holds by Aleksander Hemon
Penance by Eliza ClarkIn Ascension by Martin MacInnesThe Bandit Queens by Parini Shroff
The New Life by Tom CreweVictory City by Salman RushdieKala by Colin Walsh
The Short End of Sonnenallee by Thomas BrussigThe Shards by Bret Easton EllisThe Rachel Incident by Caroline O’Donoghue
Wandering Souls by Cecile PinFor Thy Great Pain Have Mercy on My Little Pain by Victoria MacKenzieOld Babes in the Wood by Margaret Atwood
Time Come by Linton Kwesi JohnsonGod is an Octopus by Ben GoldsmithThe Power of Trees by Peter Wohlleben
Radical: A life of my own by Xiaolu GuoAwe by Dacher KeltnerThe Wager by David Grann
An Uneasy Inheritance by Polly ToynbeeThe Real Work by Adam GopnikEnd Times by Peter Turchin
Reach for the Stars by Michael CraggThe Earth Transformed by Peter FrankopanFriendaholic by Elizabeth Day
Ultra-processed People by Chris Van TullekenDemon Copperhead by Barbara KingsolverTrespasses by Louise Kennedy
Bad Actors by Mick HerronConstructing a Nervous System by Margo Jefferson

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