BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

The summer is in full play, and that means that we may spend more time outside. Along with crazy activities, including hikes, jet skiing, surfing on the open ocean, we also can decide just to relax and simply lay on the beach. And it would be good to combine that with a reading of an interesting book. No matter we are you going to spend time – the Tropics, Ocean or just local lake or river, here are some books to read in summer.

ON TYRANNY

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

This book is a part of history, the tale telling hazing threat of fascism via studying all the facts from the ancient democracy fall to the establishing of the USA and the existing political environment. The book was written by historian and professor at Yale University. If you have different opinion on the issue, the author bring forward numerous arguments, which are at least interesting to read.

ASTROPHYSICS FOR PEOPLE IN A HURRY

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

This is the book of the great living mind – Neil DeGrasse Tyson. His work Astrophysics for People in a Hurry reflects Neil main ideas, but deliveries them in easier way.
AMERICAN GODS
This is not a novelty, but the book has been recently put on TV by the Starz. The show provoked really controversial reviews, though to catch everything requires reading the original. The story by Neil Gaiman, author of Dr. Who and Sandman series, this sci-fi fantasy will definitely hold you in brown study till the story end.

EVERYBODY LIES

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

Being so massive and all-around, the internet remains lost in mystery, especially if we are talking about the population mostly. People may have more information about information spreading via the network. The book Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are is actually a step towards that aim.

THE CUBS WAY

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

It has been 108 years the Chicago Cubs got the world series. The legendary curse was finally broken. The Cubs Way is a documentary-style book about Chicago Cubs franschise in baseball achieved what might be considered as impossible. The story inspires and tells what they have done for the victory.

DRAGON TEETH

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

Michael Crichton, the legendary author of Jurassic Park, Congo, Sphere, and Timeline, tragically passed away in 2008. However, for his fans, he still had some written books, that were not published. Dragon Teeth is among them. This is a real story about paleontologists and their rivalry.

THEFT BY FINDING

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

This is another book by David Sedaris. And if you hear this name for the first time, you missed a lot. Although this is not the best variant to start reading the author, it is should be read by everyone who likes wit and quick eye of David. The book represents a set of author's writings and commentaries over several decades.

AMERICAN WAR

BEACH READS: SOMETHING TO READ IN SUMMER

Do not mix with American Gods, this is a new novel from Omar El Akkad. The book shows a dark and thrilling portrait of a post-apocalyptic USA and poor folks picking up the pieces.
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