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Read.Sleep.Repeat is hosting the fourth ARC August!


Last week, Everything We Keep by Kerry Lonsdale was the ARC I read. This week, I plan on reading the following ARCs:


All the Missing Girls: A Novel Hardcover – June 28, 2016 by Megan Miranda

From the Publisher.Like the spellbinding psychological suspense in The Girl on the Train and Luckiest Girl Alive, Megan Miranda’s novel is a nail-biting, breathtaking story about the disappearances of two young women—a decade apart—told in reverse.




The Art of Rivalry: Four Friendships, Betrayals, and Breakthroughs in Modern Art Hardcover – Deckle Edge, August 16, 2016 by Sebastian Smee

From the Publisher.Pulitzer Prize–winning art critic Sebastian Smee tells the fascinating story of four pairs of artists—Manet and Degas, Picasso and Matisse, Pollock and de Kooning, Freud and Bacon—whose fraught, competitive friendships spurred them to new creative heights.



The Secret Language of Stones: A Novel (The Daughters of La Lune)Hardcover – July 19, 2016 by M. J. Rose

From the Publisher.As World War I rages and the Romanov dynasty reaches its sudden, brutal end, a young jewelry maker discovers love, passion, and her own healing powers in this rich and romantic ghost story, the perfect follow-up to M.J. Rose’s “brilliantly crafted” (Providence Journal) novel The Witch of Painted Sorrows.




Vinegar Girl: A Novel (Hogarth Shakespeare)Hardcover – June 21, 2016 by Anne Tyler

From the Publisher.Pulitzer Prize winner and American master Anne Tyler brings us an inspired, witty and irresistible contemporary take on one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies.


Last week, I read The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware which I really liked and passed on to my mother.
I also read You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott. This was a perfect lead in to the Olympics as its about gymnastics and one family’s experience through competition and a death. It was creepy good.

To continue on with the Olympics spirit, I have my eye on a book called


Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid: A Novel Hardcover– August 2, 2016 by Giuseppe Catozzella 

From the Publisher.Based on a remarkable true story, an unforgettable Somali girl risks her life on the migrant journey to Europe to run in the Olympic Games.

What are your favorite books related to the Olympics? What are you reading this week?