The Top 10 Reads This Summer
Blogged by: Melbourne Central 14 Nov 2017
What better way to spend your Summer than by kicking back in the sun, with a delicious mojito and a great read? Whether you want a spicy new romance, brilliant thriller, or the latest in literary fiction, the stores at Melbourne Central have you covered. 

The Passage of Love - Alex Miller

From New York to Australia, this story takes you on a deeply personal story with profound insights into love and a couple who struggle to express their creativity.

passage of love


Mirror, Mirror – Cara Delevigne

Cara’s debut novel delves into the life of four misfits trying to find their identities. A reflective story close to Cara's heart, this coming of age novel is perfect for the young adult audience.

mirror mirror

Origin - Dan Brown

From the writer of The Da Vinci Code, Brown's latest Summer read writes about a belief system that will “shatter your foundations” and test your knowledge. If you're a fan of The Da Vinci Code, be sure to add Origin to your book list.

origin dan brown

Full Wolf Moon – Lincoln Child

From the New York Times best selling Author, Lincoln Child. If you're a fan of thriller mysteries, you will love the Full Wolf Moon. A gripping novel about an investigator who specialises in examining phenomena that has no obvious explanation.

full wolf moon

Things That Happened Before The Earthquake – Chiara Barzini

A great read featuring a young girl who is on very shaky ground in more ways than one. This novel will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

this is what happened before the earthquake

Eden – Jeanne Mcwilliams Blasberg

A touching novel about a woman who introduces the child she gave up for adoption fifty years prior to her family.


Letters To His Neighbor – Marcel Proust - Translated from the French by Lydia Davis

This book will have you laughing and crying within the first two pages. An intriguing novel about Marcel Proust’s playful relationship with his noisy neighbour.

letters to his neighbour

Goodbye Vitamin – Rachel Khong

A light coming of age story of a woman in her early thirties dedicated to family life, with a touch of dementia. Going through some of the daily hurdles we can all relate to, Rachel Khong's novel will have you hooked this Summer.

goodbye vitamin

Do Not Become Alarmed – Maile Melo

An engaging novel where three families are on holiday when all of their children go missing.

do not become alarmed

As Summer quickly approaches, we recommend you go to Melbourne Central to find your next favourite book.

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