The Best Books Bustle Editors Couldn’t Get Enough Of Last Month

We’re another month deep into the roller coaster ride that is 2020, which means it’s time for Bustle to round up the best books Bustle editors read last month. The team read an eclectic mix of critically acclaimed new novels and some diverse deep cuts last month. Get ready to grow your summer TBR with this handful of truly spectacular reads.

Are any of us really over Normal People yet? Clearly not, as the Bustle editorial team focused in on two Sally Rooney readalikes in May. Bustle UK Executive Editor Sam Rogers had a blast with Anna Hope’s Expectation, which GRAZIA dubbed a book for people who "wished Normal People had tackled female friendship." Likewise, Culture Editor Samantha Leach found Naoise Dolan’s Exciting Times the perfect book to fill the "Sally Rooney-sized hole in [her] heart."

Other highlights from this month’s crop of reads include a memoir on microdosing, a feminist sci-fi thriller, a no-holds-barred self-help book, and the all-new Hunger Games prequel. Keep reading to check out the best books Bustle editors read this May:

A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life by Ayelet Waldman

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Expectation by Anna Hope

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Goldilocks by Laura Lam

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Girl, Stop Passing Out in Your Makeup by Zara Barrie

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The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins

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Exciting Times by Naoise Dolan

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