Tuggerah’s Top Reads!

Our terrific Tuggerah team love to read!
Today they’ve put together a list of books that should definitely be on your reading list: 

One Summer – America 1927 by Bill Bryson:

You won’t believe how much of America’s history happened in just one year – 1927. This book is an eclectic combination of facts, history, personalities and oddities, ALL of which happened in 1927 – the year America came of age and became THE major player on the world stage.
Brilliant! – Steve O’Grady (store Manager)

It by Stephen King:

My favourite book by my favourite author!
In an epic tale of Good vs Evil, a group of childhood friends are drawn back together to fight a malevolent entity in their home town. This is a perfect example of Stephen King’s ability to develop a unique cast of characters. He captures the essence and wonder of childhood, and then seamlessly integrates the pressures of adulthood like no other author can.
You will never forget this book!!
It’s the perfect read for those of us who love being terrified! – Lynda

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak:

This novel rendered me utterly speechless. Through an intriguing portrayal of World War II from the perspective of death, it artistically captures the beauty, hope and anguish of humanity. –

Skulduggery Pleasant Series by Derek Landy:

Secret magicians and the sassiest pin striped suit wearing skeleton detective who drives a 1954 Bentley continantal!? What more could you want from a seriers??
Stephanie Edgley is a 12 year old high school student from Ireland who learns a huge secret, that the world is not as it seems and there’s something rather ‘Magical’ about it all… – Ben

The Little Coffee Shop Of Kabul by Deborah Rodriguez:

A beautiful novel packed with secrets, love, loss and wonderful friendships.
Following the lives of five empowering female protagonists whose paths cross at a coffee shop in Kabul. A well written, easy read that goes nicely over a warm cup of coffee. – Danielle

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline:

This book is the ultimate pop culture time warp set in the dystopian future of 2044. Perfect for anyone’s inner geek. – Aaron

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon:

Prepare for a complete whirlwind of emotion with Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander! This all consuming book incorporates intrigue and romance in amongst a lavish expression of culture that keeps you wholeheartedly hooked. – Victoria

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