Get excited, it’s time for another Lime Ricki reading list! If you don’t know by now, our team loves to read, and we put out quarterly book lists on our blog to give you some of your own reading inspiration. This time, we have a small roundup of books perfect for spring break reading (or maybe post-spring-break, once the kids are back in school. Check them out, and then leave a comment to let us know what you’ve been reading lately!
When Ernt Allbright returns from the Vietnam War, he makes a sudden decision to move his family to Alaska to live off the grid. At first, the endless daylight and beautiful frontier seems to be the answer to their prayers, but as winter comes, things turn for the worse.
Anna Fox is a recluse in NYC who spends her days holed up inside her home. A new family moves in across the street and everything seems normal – until one night, she sees something she shouldn’t and must make difficult decisions about what to do.
If you loved the first two books in this series – Me Before You, and After You – this is the new book for you. Louisa moves to New York to start a new job and a new life, while still holding on to parts of her past. Follow her journey to stay true to herself in this new world.
At first glance, this might seem to be a book made for nerds and video game lovers, but don’t write it off just yet! You’ll find yourself engulfed in the world of Wade Watts and the imagined future of the year 2045. It’s less a book about technology and games and more a book about learning to accept yourself and taking on the hard parts of life.
If you’ve never read this one before, now is the time before you see the movie! Meg’s father disappeared while working on a fifth dimension of time, and now Meg, her brother, and her friend have to set out to rescue him.
Roy and Celeste, recently married, have the perfect life, until suddenly Roy is arrested and sentenced to 12 years for a crime he didn’t commit. Celeste, lost, finds solace in her childhood friend Andre. Five years into his sentencing, Roy’s conviction is overturned, and he arrives ready to resume their life together, but everything is not the same.
With 10 years of marriage under their belt, two twin girls, and a beautiful home, Sylvie and Dan are living a happy life. But when a trip to the doctor reveals they will spend another 68 years together, they begin to worry about keeping their relationship healthy and exciting. They plan to concoct little surprises for each other, but those surprises begin to reveal secrets that threaten their bond.
Which one of these are you most excited to read? For more book inspiration, make sure you check out our list of 10 Books to Read in 2018.