Get ready to add to your to-read list, because we've got something for everyone.
If you love coming-of-age stories, read:
Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering (June 12)
Where is the line between lust and obsession and mature love? That's what Lucy Albright is about to discover when she moves away from her mother to start as a freshman at a California college. There, she meets Stephen—who's confident and sees Lucy in a way she's never been seen before. For her first novel, Carola Lovering uses the duelling perspective of Lucy and Stephen to explore young adulthood, intense romance and toxic love.
If you love literary fiction, read:
There There by Tommy Orange (June 5)
In his powerful debut There There, Tommy Orange weaves together the stories of several characters as they travel to the Big Oakland Powwow. There's Opal Viola Bear Shield, who is coming to watch her nephew dance in public for the first time, and the newly-sober Jacquie Red Feather, who's looking to reunite with her estranged family. The multi-generational story explores Indigenous heritage and identity in a way you've likely never seen on page before.