Here at Readers.com, we all enjoy diving into a good book. As some of our own team members are in book clubs together, we understand the importance of sharing the best reads that we have found. What better way to begin your new year and use your readers than starting a new book that will be finished within a few days.
Below are a few suggestions that our team finds necessary for each genre.
For the Thriller:
If you enjoy a book that has a lot of twists and turns, but one that will also have you falling off the edge of your seat, then you must read, “Pretty Girls” by Karin Slaughter. Categorized as a psychological and chilling thriller, “Pretty Girls” will expose dangerous family secrets and show how two sisters come together to find out the truth about certain tragedies.
For the Biographer:
In 2014, Serial, a podcast with more than 500 million international listeners, investigated a murder in 2000 that convicted and sentenced a young man to life in prison. According to the author, Serial did not tell the whole story and now in a compelling narrative, Rabia Chaudrey presents “Adnan’s Story: The Search for Truth and Justice After Serial.” Sharing letters from Adnan and incorporating personal thoughts and never before seen evidence, Chaudry proves that there’s more to the story that meets the eye.
For the Romancer:
Once again, Nicholas Sparks blows us away with a new romantic novel that brings hope, love, and happiness to life. Now in a narrative that follows a single father’s personal journey, readers will see how he begins his new life, with a failed marriage and business, to pursue love. As a #1 bestseller in the New York Times for 10 weeks, “Two By Two” is a must read.
For the Fixer Upper:
Chip and Joanna Gaines have easily become America’s Most Beloved Couple in 2016. With their hit HGTV show, the Gaines’ have inspired individuals to use more shiplap and redo certain spaces in the home. Now, the Gaines’ have taken on a new project by releasing their book, “The Magnolia Story.” Throughout the book, readers will gain a bigger understanding of who the couple truly is and how they have tackled life and projects together.
For the Historian:
“The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1946 Berlin Olympics,” tells of an unlikely quest between nine working class boys who shocked the world by defeating the German rowing team for Adolf Hitler. This emotional and enlightening story draws on the journey and memories that the nine boys left behind. On the New York Times bestselling list for 133 weeks, this historical encounter will leave readers feeling inspired.
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