Okay, so I've already read All the Light We Cannot See, but keep those suggestions coming!
In the meantime, I've dashed through some fluff. My reviews on both are. . . check them out from the library, but don't rush to the bookstore or download them onto your Kindle. Unless it's 5 AM and you can't sleep, and don't plan on trying.
First up, The Knockoff, by Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza.
An enjoyable, if shallow read, I tore through the fluff. The characters were cartoonish (this one is GOOD, GOOD, GOOD! This one is BAD! BAD! BAD!) at times, but the setting and details were fun. Get it from the library, and it enjoy it by the pool.
Next, Luckiest Girl in the World by Jessica Kroll. Y'all know how I am seriously lacking in book review skills. I don't know why, but I feel Kirkus reviews puts my feelings best on this novel: