Summer isn’t over yet, which means there’s still time to put together one last playlist chock-full of warm weather jams. We have all different suggestions for the playlist, and what’s better to accompany your tunes than the perfect summer read? Pick a song to figure out which book you should spend your weekend with.
“I Took a Pill in Ibiza” –Mike Posner (Seeb remix) ––> Nerve
Have you ever felt like your life was too boring for words? Have you even caved to an ill-advised dare in order to change that? Well, hopefully yours wasn’t as dangerous as the dares Vee gets when she starts playing the online game NERVE.
“Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” –Adele ––> Our Chemical Hearts
You already have the perfect breakup playlist thanks to Adele–why not read the perfect breakup book? The emotional rollercoaster that is Our Chemical Hearts can help you get through any breakup, real or fictional.
Our Chemical Hearts comes out in October, preorder your copy here!
“Cake by the Ocean” –DNCE ––> Trouble is a Friend of Mine
Looking for something fun with a touch of quirk? Look no further than the zany adventures of Digby and Zoe as they attempt to solve mysteries with mixed results.
“Can’t Stop The Feeling” –Justin Timberlake ––> Saint Anything
A song that’s full of possibility and that quintessential summer feeling? Sounds like a Sarah Dessen book to me!
“Love Yourself” –Justin Bieber ––> Audrey, Wait!
There’s nothing better than a good breakup song–unless you’re the subject of the song, and EVERYONE finds out.
“You Don’t Own Me” –Grace featuring G-Eazy ––> Rebel of the Sands
In a world where men call all the shots, Amani is gunning to change her destiny of being someone’s wife in her dead-end town–regardless of the consequences.
“Dangerous Woman” –Ariana Grande ––> The Wrath and the Dawn
A sultry, dark summer jam deserves an equally sexy book in return. Shazi went to Khalid for vengeance–will she stay with him for love?
“We Don’t Talk Anymore”–Charlie Puth featuring Selena Gomez ––> A Torch Against the Night
Pour one out for Elias and Helene’s friendship, everyone. Will these two ever fix their former BFF status? You’ll just have to read the book to find out.
“Lost Boy” –Ruth B ––> Never Ever
When the question is, “Do you want a YA retelling of Peter Pan?” the answer is always YES.
Looking for more recommendations? Check out our 9 hottest books of summer 2016!