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What will I read in June 2021? | My June 2021 TBR

So, June is here!
The Pride Month is here!
And I have some great books on my June TBR list!

I got this copy from Harper Collins, India.

Synopsis:

Vikrant Pande and Neelesh Kulkarni’s quest to retrace the trail of Rama’s fabled travels during his years in exile began with their trying to locate Chitrakoot on the map and realizing that they had little idea where it might be. Curious about the places mentioned in the Ramayana, they set off on a journey of their own, following Rama’s route from Ayodhya to the Dandakaranya forest and Panchavati (near Nashik) and on to Kishkindhya (close to Hampi), Rameshwaram and Sri Lanka.
Along the way they would discover how closely the narrative of the Ramayana is linked to local folklore, and how the stories of the Ramayana and the moral framework that binds them together still speaks to the people who live in the land across which Rama, Sita and Lakshman made their journey.


I got this copy from Harper Collins, India.

Synopsis:

The blue-eyed boy of Indian publishing, Abhimanyu Razdan, is known for his bestselling romances, which move his readers to tears. PaperInk, an up-and-coming publishing house, is looking for an A-list author who will take them to the next level.

So, when Abhimanyu’s contract with his current publishers comes to an end, PaperInk decides to swoop in. But Abhimanyu isn’t quite like the emotional and sensitive characters in the novels he writes. Callous, egoistic and drunk on success, he gets into a hot argument with Asmita, PaperInk’s literary fiction editor, even before his first meeting with them. Already put off, despite her apology, he is even more incensed when he discovers that Asmita looks down on popular fiction, especially the kind he writes. He vows to teach her a lesson that could jeopardize her job.

At each other’s throats, Abhimanyu and Asmita are as different as can be, but fate has something else in store and they soon find that there is no running away from love.

Reading this with CHAI N BOOKS Book Club

Synopsis:

A collection of original contemporary love stories set during life in lockdown by some of today’s most popular YA authors.

Erin Craig “delivers” on a story about a new girl in town and the cute pizza delivery boy, Auriane Desombre captures our hearts with teens communicating through window signs, and Bill Konigsberg takes us along on daily walks with every step bringing us closer to love. There’s flirting and romance from Rachael Lippincott, a tale of a determined girl with a mask-making business from Erin Hahn, and a music-inspired love connection from Sajni Patel. Brittney Morris turns enemies to lovers with the help of a balcony herb garden, Jennifer Yen writes an unconventional romance that starts outside a hospital, and Natasha Preston’s teens discover each other–and their love story–in a storybook oak tree.

Synopsis:

One night, Molly Clarke walked away from her life. The car abandoned miles from home. The note found at a nearby hotel. The shattered family that couldn’t be put back together. It happens all the time. Women disappear, desperate to leave their lives behind and start over. She doesn’t want to be found. Or at least, that’s the story. But is that what really happened to Molly Clarke?

The night Molly disappeared began with a storm, running out of gas, and a man in a truck offering her a ride to town. With him is a little girl who reminds her of the daughter she lost years ago. It feels like a sign. And Molly is overcome with the desire to be home, with her familyβ€”no matter how broken it is. She accepts the ride. But when the doors are locked shut, Molly begins to suspect she has made a terrible mistake.

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And I have also some books in my TBR that I will be reading for the #ReadWithPride READATHON. (Organised on Bookstagram)

Hence, SO MANY BOOKS, SO LITTLE TIME!!!

Have you read any of the above titles?
Are you planning to read any of these?
Which book attracted you the most?

6 thoughts on “What will I read in June 2021? | My June 2021 TBR

  1. Interesting picks! I have read The Carpet Weaver by Nemat Sadat and I felt it was a decently well-written book! Less love, more about the exploration of the self + war + politics + society + etc but yeah, still quite beautiful and piogant.

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  2. I read Carpet Weaver back in 2019 and OH MY GOD. IT WAS ONE HELL OF A TEAR-JERKER!!!! It was so tender and poignant at the same time. Let me know once you’re done reading and we can discuss! 🀩🀩

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