When you own the Kindle, then it is obvious that you are a voracious reader. Owning a Kindle is the best thing that any reader would dream of. You can easily read books on it anytime and anywhere. The list here is some book recommendation you do not want to miss them out.
All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel
All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel has been written by an award-winning author Anthony Doerr. In this New York Times bestseller, Anthony Doerr writes about a blind French girl and a German boy living in occupied France. They both come to know each other during the World War II.
Marie-Laure’s father works in Paris near the Museum of Natural History. When the Nazis occupy Paris, the both flee to Saint-Malo, where her great-uncle lives. An orphan Werner has a talent of repairing electronic items and that gets him a place in the Hitler Youth. The story is beautiful written and readers will be taken aback by the sheer mastery.
Everything I Never Told You: A Novel (Alex Awards (Awards)
Everything I Never Told You: A Novel (Alex Awards (Awards) is about a Chinese American family living in 1970s in small-town Ohio. Marilyn and James Lee like their middle daughter, Lydia. Her parents want her to become a successful person. Unfortunately, Lydia’s body is found in the local lake and then entire family is torn apart.
Each of the family members has their own thoughts about the situation. This is a moving story that talks about the sensitivity prevailing in middle class families and the divisions between cultures and the relationships existing between fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, and husbands and wives.
Revival: A Novel
Revival: A Novel is a beautifully written book by Stephen King. It talks about spiritualism and its importance in personal as well as in living life as a responsible individual in society. In a small New England town, a small boy, Jamie Morton is playing with his toy soldiers looks up when a shadow fills his play area.
He sees Charles Jacobs and his wife. They help in transforming the local church. The entire society loves the couple and is happy with their coming to town. However, tragedy strikes the Jacobs family and Charles curses God and mocks all religious belief. He gets banished from the shocked town.
Jamie grows older and has to fight demons of his own. He meets Charles Jacobs again and that is when they start a revival.
Big Little Lies
Big Little Lies written by Liane Moriarty is the #1 New York Times bestseller. In many ways, it is the little lies that matter the most. The book is about three women who are at a crossroads. Madeline is funny and passionate. She has learnt to forgive and carry on with life as her ex-husband and his new wife are living close by.
Celeste is a very beautiful woman who loves people staring at her and sometimes gets a bit flustered. Her twin boys seem to take all her attention. Single mom Jane is a sad individual who keeps on suspecting people for no reason. Madeline and Celeste help Jane however they do not realize that her little boy will affect them all.
Station Eleven is a New York Times bestseller about the end of civilization. Arthur Leander who is a famous actor suffers from a heart attack onstage. An individual named Jeevan Chaudhary who is present in the audience performs CPR on Arthur. However, he dies. A small girl named Kirsten Raymonde watches as Jeevan does the CPR on Arthur.
When Jeevan walks home from the theater, a dangerous flu starts to spread. People start to fight with each other and there are confusions. The book is about fame, relationships, and how people should be content with what they have. When they take things for granted, they do not realize the importance of even small little things.
The Paying Guests
The Paying Guests is a New York Times bestselling novel, which has been called “a delicious hothouse of a novel” (USA Today), “a tour de force” (Wall Street Journal), “pitch perfect” (Salon), and “unputdownable” (The Washington Post). Written by Sarah Waters, who has been short-listed for the Man Booker Prize three times, the book is a thriller to the core.
The book is based in 1922 and London is tense. At Camberwell villa located in South London which is a large house, life gets transformed as they have to take in guests to survive. A young couple Leonard Barber and Lilian enters their house. The family does not realize that the couple is going to alter the course of everybody residing in the house.
What If? is a book about questions put up by Randall Munroe. His website xkcd.com has drawn millions of people who visit and find out more on technology, language, science, and love. He tries to answer his fans about strange questions like What if a super huge earthquake like Richter 15 happens in New York.
The manner in which he answers to those questions using humor, wit, and explaining it from a practical point of view is something that is to be applauded. Through the book, you will find answers which you can find on his website. There are some new answered questions in the book. If you like to think differently, then this book is for you.
We Were Liars
We Were Liars is a New York Times Bestseller and has been called as “Haunting, sophisticated . . . a novel so twisty and well-told that it will appeal to older readers as well as to adolescents.” by Wall Street Journal. The book is written by E. Lockhart, who is a Printz Award honoree, and is a beautifully written suspense book.
Also, this book is about a private island, a distinguished family, a passionate and political boy, a brilliant but damaged girl, true love, and the truth. The lies are upon lies. You are provided with thrill, suspense, and crime. This is what, We Were Liars is about.
Leaving Time: A Novel
Leaving Time: A Novel is a #1 New York Times bestseller and has all the ingredients of a captivating book. Written by award winning writer Jodi Picoult, The Boston Globe, it is about a daughter who wants to find out the truth in the death of her mother. Jenna Metcalf always keeps thinking about her mother, Alice.
She mysteriously disappeared in the wake of a tragic accident. Jenna takes the help of a psychic and Virgil Stanhope, a private detective who had investigated Alice’s case. The book is nothing short of a gripping page-turner. Called by The Boston Globe “Piercing and uplifting . . . a smart, accessible yarn with a suspenseful puzzle at its core”, this is one master piece.
Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt
Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt is a beautiful written about a high-tech predator who loves stalking the equity markets. The book is about a small group of stock market traders who have found out that the U.S. stock market has been rigged. They find out that the U.S stock market is controlled by the big Wall Street banks.
Each of them is different in their own way, their thinking, and their capabilities. They expose many methods, through which the Wall Street generates profits. This is a good read and meant for those of you investing your hard earned money in the stock market. It is written by the author of the #1 bestseller The Big Short, Michael Lewis.