If you're stuck for ideas on what reading matter to take on holiday with you this summer, then fret no more - the folk of Fruit Towers are here to help with a few well chosen book recommendations.
First up is Fordy, who has been engrossed in The Raw Shark Texts by Steven Hall.
According to the Iron Man himself, this book is 'brilliantly confusing, all about a man being chased by a conceptual shark, created by language, words and thoughts. I could not put it down.'
Meanwhile over in Hammock Corner, Mav is hooked on Jupiter's Travels by Ted Simon. Ted spent four years riding his motorbike around the world in the 1970s and met loads of fascinating people along the way.
It's a right good read apparently.
The lovely Sarah loved A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks so much that she keeps re-reading it whilst walking to work.
All that tripping up is worth it though as, according to Sarah, this book 'made me cry big, fat, happy tears, transported me away from the real world and made me daydream about romantical things.'
And finally, Dan is learning how to be the coolest dad on the block by reading Be the Coolest Dad on the Block by Simon Rose and Steve Caplin.
It contains all sort of useful information to impress the nippers, including why your fingers go wrinkly in the bath, how to build an anti-gravity escalator and how to make noises like a pigeon.
If you've just finished a right riveting read and fancy recommending it to all those in need of some riveting, just let us know your top tips for summer reading below.