Now that school's out, students can read what they want, when they want. But after nine months of adhering to syllabi and obeying professorial dictates, it might be hard to figure out what to spend the summer break absorbing, contemplating and enjoying. Of course, different occasions call for different reading material, and from classics to the latest bestsellers, readers have so many books to choose from.
In an effort to help whittle down the list, World on Campus writers are offering suggestions from some of their favorite titles. Some share a common theme. Others just occupy a special spot on our writers' nightstands. From fantasy to mystery to theology, you're sure to find something that suits your mood and your tastes.
Looking at the past and the future by Bryanna Hampton
All about love, nothing about romance by Julie Dick
Books for every occasion by Caroline Ryan
Living, dating, loving by Rachel Peoples
Keep wondering what happens next by Alexandra Mellen
Rising, and reading, to the challenge by Kaitlyn Coughlin
Fall into a completely different world by Anna Tielmann
Cover to cover entertainment by Adam Rowe
Redemption and wisdom from the Middle East by Joshua Spurlock
Perseverance produces character by Kate Tracy
Connecting disparate subjects by Annalise Williams
Learning how to read and live by Victoria Unthank
Strengthening relationships through love and forgiveness by Rebecca Brittingham
Meeting people where they are by Whitney Davis