Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

The book is a witty debut novel from Kevin Kwan and one you’ll want to read before being adapted for a movie. It revolves around the protagonist, Rachel Chu, who is ready to spend her summer vacation in Singapore with her friend, Nicholas Young. However, it isn’t all cool until she realises the dynastic richness of Young and events that follow while she is on her trip.

The Midnight Line by Lee Child

The author does not disappoint in his newest novel and features his fans’ favourite fictional character Jack Reacher, making one turn the page one after another without any delay. The story starts after the discovery of a tiny class ring, embossed with initials at a pawn shop, which is when the protagonist decides to find the owner. One has to read to find out more as the thriller is exciting than most of its contemporaries.

The Woman in the Window
by A. J. Finn

Finn’s debut novel has already created a huge buzz. This book is definitely on track to becoming one of the first breakout hits this year, where life in New York City is lonely for the central character Anna Fox. Things start to change after Anna sees something she shouldn’t outside her house – something so appalling that she remains confused between the real and imagined.

Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson

The author is a master when it comes to writing biographies. His last three works have all been New York Times best-sellers and this latest masterpiece can be added to that list, as well. Making the connection between his art and science, this book takes a deep look at the life and works of one of the most popular artists in the world.