Harry Potter And The Cursed Child by J.K Rowling
A new Harry Potter book. We'd think that was enough to convince you to read the book. The book follows the journey of a grown up Harry Potter (who now works in Ministry of Magic) and his youngest son Albus Severus Potter. While Harry struggles with his past Albus is weighted down by the family legacy.
Love, Loss & What we Ate by Padma Lakshmi
Model, Top Chef host and cookbook author Padma Lakshmi has lived an unorthodox life. She's now out with a tell all memoir that details a childhood lived between continents, her journey as a professional and her marriage to Salman Rushdie. We'd say read it for more than the salacious bits about the failed relationship.
Stalker by Lars Kepler
If thrillers are your thing look no further than Stalker by Lars Kepler - the fifth novel in the Detective Joona Linna series. The police gets a psychiatrist to hypnotise husband of a murdered woman(victim of a possible serial killer) who's severely traumatized by the crime scene. What the husband reveals leads the psychiatrist start lying to the police.
Six Machine by Chris Gayle
Gayle will chronicle his life in a memoir this June. From being a skinny kid in Kingston, Jamaica to cementing his name as formidable batsman in world cricket, he promises to ragale you in the stories and secrets.
The Bones of Grace by Tamima Anam
Bangladeshi author Tamima Anam's third book is a love story about migration, tragedy and belonging. Zubaida the adopted daughter of a wealthy family in Dhaka, falls for Elijah an American from Boston. A visit to her home town leads to marriage with a friend. A meeting with Anwar, a ship-breaker also changes her life.