July is here and that means the rainy days are upon us! Have yet to complete your rainy season reads? Check out these top 10 bestsellers for July and take your pick!
#1 Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher (Young Adults)
Now a Netflix original series, this well-known novel about youth and the seriousness of mental health makes it to the bestsellers list this July! Find out how a high school girl took her life and how she still manages to haunt into her schoolmatesâ€™ lives! [Warning: Make sure you are emotionally and mentally stable before reading and/or watching the book/series. Get psychiatric help if necessary.]
#2 Holding Up The Universe by Jennifer Niven (Young Adults)
People think they know Libby and Jack well enough. But these two have secrets of their own and as they got tangled up in a high school game, they start discovering that the more time they spend together, the less lonely they feel. Bestselling author Niven comes up with another love story; how one can see right through you and how you can see them back.
#3 Percy Jacksonâ€™s Greek Heroes by Rick Riordan (Children)
Best read after reading the Percy Jackson series, Percy narrates to readers the backgrounds of known (and less-known) Greek Heroes with a tinge of power, magic, and more! Lightly and wittingly-written, the young (and the young at heart!) will surely enjoy this story collection!
#4 No Limits: Blow the Cap Off Your Capacity by John Maxwell (Non Fiction)
Discover your capacities and potentials as bestselling author John Maxwell writes 17 of these capacities and how you can effectively harness each! This book promises a fulfilled and successful life when you blew off that â€œcapâ€ of your capacity!
Once a banned book during the countryâ€™s martial law era, Mijares writes of the atrocities during the period and how the Marcos couple ruled. If you want a historical rainy day read, this oneâ€™s a must-read!
#6 The Spy by Paulo Coelho (Fiction)
The master storyteller did it again! Coelho writes of a historical woman who dared defy convention by being an independent woman in Paris. Feminists and history lovers would adore this book as Mata Hari herself speaks of her story!
#7 Love and Gravity by Samantha Sotto (Fiction)
Fans of The Time Travelerâ€™s Wife would find themselves going gaga over this novel! Imagine Isaac Newton – the famous scientist who discovered the law of gravity – falling in love with Andrea Louviere – a modern-day girl living in San Francisco. Explore how they attempt to defy the laws of nature and face a decision.
#8 Habang Wala Pa Sila by Juan Miguel Severo (Fiction Philippine Publication)
This poetry collection by poet and spoken-word artists Juan Miguel Severo will surely make you go â€œaww!â€ Read this if you want a #senti rainy weather read when classes or work are suspended!
#9 Move On, Walang Forever by Marcelo Santos III (Fiction Philippine Publication)
Another #feels from poet and writer Marcelo Santos III takes in different love problems and propose advices! We donâ€™t know â€˜bout you, but this definitely made us feel all the feels!
#10 National Geographic Kids Almanac 2018 (Children)
Get kids entertained and informed even when classes are suspended by this 2018 Almanac specially crafted for them! Besides the facts, there are also quizzes and activities the little ones can do this rainy season!
These are our recommended books for the rainy season, so if you havenâ€™t grabbed a copy yet, get yourself one online (no flood or traffic + FREE DELIVERY!) and enjoy staying indoors! Stay tuned for the next bestsellers list!
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