An Invincible Summer by Mariah Stewart is a great beach read that you can also enjoy while sunbathing on your rooftop or crashing in your living room by the window. The premise of the book revolves around the protagonist Maggie Flynn and her life-altering secret. Maggie Flynn has spent the last forty years escaping from the secret but at her fortieth high school reunion, the secret comes back to haunt her.
As a genre, beach books have evolved so much over the last few years. We consider beach books to be the perfect escape from this terrible life. If there is anything that last year has taught us is that there is no such thing as too many books. During the initial days of the pandemic, hundreds of people regretted passing up the opportunity to hoard more books because let’s face it, books kept us sane and functioning during that awfully uncertain time.
In most countries, the coronavirus is at its peak. Therefore, as the world outside gets turned upside down and we are forced into house arrest, the best thing to do is turn our noses inside a book and just avoid the world for as long as we can. Summer season and book reading have always been staples to each other. Whether it is the thought of enjoying a fun summer read while sunbathing in a pool or having a sizzling rom-com accompany you to the beach, summer has always been a fun season for bookworms.