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The Best Biography Books of All Time: My 10 Personal Favorites

I love great biography books. Whether it's about a hero, celebrity, business mogul, or dastardly villain, biographies give an amazing insight into the mindset of success and hard work.

And while biographies aren't necessarily white-knuckle page-turners or complex Lit-RPG , they're sure to provide an interesting read.

In this article, you will learn:

  • The importance of a biography – both as a writer and a reader
  • Our top picks for the best biographies of all time

Table of contents

  • Our Best Biography Books
  • Biographies for Readers
  • Biographies for Writers
  • The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot
  • Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin
  • Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. by Ron Chernow
  • Einstein: His Life and Universe by Walter Isaacson
  • The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life by Alice Schroeder
  • Bohemian Rhapsody: The Definitive Biography of Freddie Mercury by Lesley-Ann Jones
  • The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams by Ben Bradlee Jr
  • The Bradbury Chronicles: The Life of Ray Bradbury by Sam Weller
  • Stalin: The Court of the Red Tsar by Simon Sebag Montefiore
  • The Stan Lee Story by Roy Thomas
  • What Do You Think Of Our Best Biography Books List?

Mind you, this is a highly subjective article. If you don't see your favorite biography on this list, let us know in the comments below what you believe deserves to be on this list and why. And with that, let's jump right into some good lessons and even better titles.

  • Titan: The Life of John D Rockefeller, Sr. by Ron Chernow
  • Bohemian Rhapsody: The Definitive Biography of Freddie Mercury by Leslie-Ann Jones
  • The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams by Ben Bradlee Jr.

Why Are Biographies Important?

Often glossed over, a biography holds much more than just the story of someone's life. While the stories can be entertaining, there is another value to reading and writing biography books.

When looking at what can be gained by readers through biographies, three main points come to mind.

  • Biographies provide real-life lessons.

There's an old piece of advice that I'm sure everybody has heard before, “Learn from others' mistakes.” And while we might not necessarily follow that as we should, it's sound advice. By reading biographies, you can see where other people made their mistakes and learn from them in the process. Biography subjects can be mentors if you'll let them.

  • Biographies are inspiring.

Most of the time, biographies focus on great people accomplishing great deeds. Reading about them will surely light a fire underneath you and provide the inspiration you need to conquer whatever obstacles stand in your way.

  • Biographies allow you to walk a mile in someone else's shoes.

Sometimes it's necessary to see things from a different perspective. Doing so can be truly enlightening. Biographies shine a light into why someone acted the way they did, giving you fresh insight.

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Readers of biographies aren't the only people to benefit from them. Those who write biographies go through the learning process themselves. Here are a few benefits authors of biographies might glean.

  • They come with their own subject matter.

While careful research must be done to write a good biography, it can be helpful to have a life's worth of adventures to work with. If you're struggling to come up with a new story for a book, consider telling someone else's story.

  • They will humble and humanize you.

A biography humbles its author. You may be one of the most successful writers ever; but when writing a biography, you're writing about somebody else's success and their life. It kind of puts things into perspective. You get an outside look at how life operates and how people react to ups and downs. You'll see that you're a part of something much bigger than yourself. This will allow you to learn from your subject's trials and tribulations.

I recommend sharing what you personally learned from your research in the preface part of your book. Let readers know how writing the biography has made you a better person and more aware. That will make readers excited to potentially experience a similar transformation.

Our Top Picks for the Best Biography Books of All Time

Here are our picks for the best biographies of all time. These are listed in no particular order, as it was already hard enough to narrow them down this much.

About the Biography:  This biography focuses on the life of Henrietta Lacks. A simple tobacco farmer, Henrietta unwittingly became one of the largest contributors to modern medical science. Back in 1951, Henrietta visited The Johns Hopkins Hospital where a large cancerous tumor was found on her cervix. Samples of these cancer cells ended up being collected and, unbeknownst to her, sent to a nearby tissue lab for experimentation. Her cells (now called HeLa cells) were very special compared to everyone else's. Instead of dying under stressful conditions, hers would double in number! Further experimentation led to many scientific breakthroughs, including the polio vaccine. It was only 20 years later–and after Henrietta's passing–that her family actually found out what happened.

About the Author: Rebecca Skloot has a very interesting writing background. She's been a professor for both creative writing and science journalism at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Memphis, and New York University. And she's got a rather prolific writing portfolio. She's published over 200 short stories and essays, but nothing quite took off like The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.

Why We Chose This Biography: When this book came out in 2010, it was one for the record books. It was not only selected as a notable book by the New York Times — 60 different major publications named it as the best book of the year! This biography has garnered so much attention over the past decade, with Oprah Winfrey even producing an HBO film on it.

About the Biography: When Lincoln won the presidency, his rivals were shocked and dismayed. Lincoln became the victor due to his high capacity to relate to the common folk and his overwhelming sense of poise and decency. That ability allowed him to develop one of the most unusual presidential cabinets in history. One made up of his politically experienced and headstrong rivals.

About the Author:  Doris Kearns Goodwin is an American political biographer. She has written biographies for several other American presidents including Lyndon B Johnson, Theodore Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft. In 2005, she won the Lincoln Award (Best Book about The Civil War) for Team of Rivals  and parts of it were used for the basis of the 2012 Steven Spielberg film, Lincoln .

Why We Chose This Biography:  Many people would say that Abraham Lincoln was one of the greatest United States Presidents to hold the office. Though his life was shortened by assassination, he made a huge impact on the American Union and history itself. One of the ways he was able to do so was by bringing the people together–friends and enemies alike. And the masterful writing from Goodwin only accentuates how much impact Lincoln actually had.

About the Biography:  Titan explores the life of the world's first billionaire — oil magnate, John D. Rockefeller, Sr. This biography talks about Rockefeller's humble beginnings and how he rose through the corporate ladder to become one of the most powerful men in history. The biography has cameos from major players such as Joseph Pulitzer, William Randolph Hearst, JP Morgan, Andrew Carnegie, and many more. This has been touted as one of America's great biographies by Time Magazine .

About the Author: Beginning his career in freelance journalism, Ron Chernow quickly evolved into one of the foremost biographical writers in the United States. Although he pursues writing full time now, he still contributes articles to publications such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal .

Why We Chose This Biography:  Even long after his death, Rockefeller is one of the greatest business inspirations for any budding entrepreneur. He truly defined and set the term “industry titan,” and there's still so much that we can learn from his practices.

About the Biography:  This 2008 Audie Award winner tells the story of how an awkward, impatient patent clerk became one of the greatest scientific minds of all time. The book covers the entirety of Einstein's life, from the common misconception that he wasn't good at math to his involvement in World War I and II. Isaacson also covers Einstein's Physics achievements and his formulation of the General Theory of Relativity. This is one of the best biography books for anyone interested in politics, physics, or personal achievement.

About the Author:  Walter Isaacson has quite the resume. He's been the managing editor at Time , CEO of CNN, and CEO of the Aspen Institute. He's made a household name for himself through his biographies of Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, Ben Franklin, Leonardo da Vinci, and Henry Kissinger.

Why We Chose This Biography:  Albert Einstein has become synonymous with the word ‘genius.' If you were to create a top 10 list of the most influential minds in history, there's a good chance he'd be on it. And when you have his life presented to you by the legendary biographical author Walter Isaacson…You're in for one heck of a read.

About the Biography:  Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in America and one of the most respected. Known for showing great humility, he has been shrouded in enigma as he lives a very private life (until this biography anyway). Entrusting his life story to Alice Schroeder, Alice writes the book that Buffett claims he never could.

About the Author:  Alice is an American former insurance analyst and writer. She caught the attention of Warren Buffett through her writing skills and was entrusted to tell his story. After her success with The Snowball , you'll catch more of her writing in columns for T he Bloomberg News .

Why We Chose This Biography:  Warren Buffett is a wildly successful businessman who's made some of the best decisions when it comes to investing in the stock market. And at the same time, he does it with the utmost degree of modesty. He's a huge role model for just about anybody trying to make it in life. So when he finally decided to sit down with someone to tell his story…I'm gonna listen. Or read it.

About the Biography:  Bohemian Rhapsody is the Freddie Mercury biography that you never knew you needed. This book primarily focuses on the period in the 1980s where Queen began to fragment–namely before Live Aid. It's been described as an emotional roller coaster, taking the reader through Freddie's childhood in India and Zanzibar to his wilder years in the '70s and '80s.

About the Author:  Lesley-Ann Jones is an English author and journalist. Most of her works revolve around rock and roll and pop superstars. She's a top-notch writer and captured Freddie at his most real in this biography.

Why We Chose This Biography: Many would agree that Freddie Mercury had one of the most electrifying voices in the history of rock and roll. However, it wasn't just Freddie's four-plus octave range that made him so controversial. His battles with societal norms, his sexuality, and AIDS keep him in the public light to this day. If you're a fan of Queen or of music in general, this is an amazing look into the life of an even more amazing artist (and one of the best biography books).

About the Biography:  Ted Williams is a Boston Red Sox legend. And one of the greatest (if not the GOAT) hitters to ever play the game. He put up numbers so awe-inspiring that players today are still struggling to reach them. Not only that, he served as a US Marine pilot in the Korean War for five years. Ted had a rather volatile domestic life. This biography explores the peaks and valleys of this baseball legend both on and off the field.

About the Author:  As the son of the famous Watergate reporter, Ben Bradlee Sr., Bradlee Jr. has made an enormous name for himself through his own writing. Spending most of his career as an editor at The Boston Globe , Bradlee helped see the paper to a Pulitzer Prize in 2003. His biography on Ted Williams became a New York Times Bestseller. Slated to become a TV miniseries, this is a story you'll definitely want to read.

Why We Chose This Biography:  For those of you who don't know, I'm an avid Red Sox fan. Seriously, there's nothing like being at Fenway staring down the Green Monster. I chose this biography because you get to see this idolized baseball legend for everything he was. Most people never think about what their sports heroes are like off the field. This one had me reading late into the night as I couldn't put it down.

My Ted Williams signed baseball. You can see it on the white shelves behind me in my videos.

I respect a lot of things about Ted Williams. He was a jet pilot in WWII and Korea. Even when he was at his prime, he still willingly went to war. And really fought…not just signed autographs and paraded around for War Bonds. Even when shot down behind enemy lines in Korea, Ted Williams made his way back to safety and ultimately back to baseball.

This book humanizes Ted and shows every facet of his life–the rough and the polished.

About the Biography:  This biography tells the story of prolific Sci-Fi writer Ray Bradbury, from his beginnings in a small town in Illinois to his feuds on the silver screen with various film and television personalities. After hundreds of hours spent with Ray, the author and he became close friends. This adulation can be detected throughout the book in Weller's writing style.

About the Author:  Sam Weller has made his career as an accomplished journalist through reporting on the life of Ray Bradbury. He is an LA Times Bestseller and is the recipient of the 2005 Society of Midland Authors Award for Best Biography for The Bradbury Chronicles .

Why We Chose This Biography:  As a Sci-Fi enthusiast, I understand the impact that Ray Bradbury made on the genre–even on short stories in general. Influenced by his environment, this biography provides a unique angle into Bradbury's work.

About the Biography: The best Biography books aren't always about the heroes in life. This biography is about one of the most fierce villains of all time: Joseph Stalin. This book primarily focuses on after his rise to absolute power. It goes into excruciating detail about the actions of the madman and his court. Due to the emotionally disturbing scenes littered throughout this book, I recommend this for mature readers only.

About the Author:  Simon Sebag Montefiore has a very accomplished and varied resume. Writing fiction and non-fiction books for both children and adults, his career as a British historian spreads across a vast audience. His biography on Stalin, though, received the Best History Book of the Year at the 2004 British Book Awards.

Why We Chose This Biography: There's an old adage that says, “Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it. ” And while this does sound very cliché… clichés exist for a reason. This book is a tough read — not necessarily because of the language, but because of the subject matter. It's somewhat difficult to imagine one man was capable of so many monstrosities. It's important to understand so we as a society can stop similar events from happening again.

About the Biography:  The story of Stanley Leiber–or Stan Lee–is a must-read for every comic lover. This full-feature biography goes through the steps of how Stan Lee and Jack Kirby became the Kings of Comics and beloved worldwide. Co-creator of some of Marvel's (and Earth's) mightiest heroes, Stan Lee helped build the legends of Wolverine, Ultron, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Carol Danvers–aka Captain Marvel–and so many more! This physically over-sized book portrays just how gigantic Lee was. It comes complete with full-sized illustrations and even a note from Stan the Man himself. Excelsior!

About the Author: Roy Thomas is a comic book writer and editor. Among his other achievements, he is also the first successor to Marvel Comics after Stan Lee himself. He is one of the writers responsible for ushering in the Golden Age of Comics.

Why We Chose This Biography:  If you're a comic book nut like me, this has got to be on your reading bucket list. Without a doubt, Lee sculpted the modern comic book industry. From blockbuster movies, games, and new weekly comic issues, fans feel Stan Lee's influence in each universe–Marvel, DC, or independent.

Out of all the available stories out there, these are the top ten best biography books I've chosen. However, this list is completely subjective. And I'd love to hear from you. What are your favorites?

Let me know which ones I've missed on social media. I'm always looking for new books to add to my reading list!

Dave Chesson

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76 thoughts on “ The Best Biography Books of All Time: My 10 Personal Favorites ”

Great idea and great list Dave. I LOVE biographies, they are a wonderful and personal access to history through the life of a leader.My shortlist:1. William Manchester, “The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill,” in 3 volumes, so that counts as 3 ;-)4. Michael Lewis, “The Undoing Project,” about the partnership between Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky who single-handedly disrupted economic wisdom and invented the field of behavioral economics.5. Barbara Tuchman, “Stillwell and the American Experience in China, 1911-1945,” about General Stillwell who was at least as brilliant as Patton or Marshall.6. Blanche Wiesen Cook, “Eleanor Roosevelt”, a 2-volume series about FDR`s first lady who created the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. That again counts for 2 books ;-)8. Shlomo Avneri, “Theodor Herzl and the Foundation of the Jewish State,” about the visionary who dreamed up and laid the foundation for modern Israel.9. Taylor Branch, “Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, 1954-63,” a compelling biography of the civil rights leader.10. Walter Isaacson, “Steve Jobs” (I also loved Isaacson`s Einstein: His Life and Universe, but since you list that already, I recommend his Jobs biography, which shows the path-breaking entrepreneur, warts ‘n’ all).Enjoy.Thomas D. Zweifel Author of 8 books, including the award-winning “Strategy-In-Action” and “The Rabbi and the CEO”that became bestsellers thanks to Dave Chesson`s insight

Hi Dave,Great list of biographies and good insights into the value of reading bios.May I suggest a biography in the occult genre, Brother XII: The Strange Odyssey of a 20th-century Prophet, the story of Edward Arthur Wilson, mystic, visionary, prophet and prototypical cult leader.The details of this fascinating story are at my website , which you might like to check out, as it gives a good illustrated synopsis of this strange saga.Josh Gates did an episode on Brother XII recently, œSecrets of Brother XII,  though the book itself has far more detail, and is based on interviews with former disciples and Brother XII ‘s private papers.Thanks for all the great work you do for authors.

Thanks and looks great!

Dave… Great list of Biographies! When you said, “Those who write biographies go through the learning process themselves” you were right on. However, there is a special learning process that authors who write their own autobiographies go through. The power of the story depends a lot on if you are writing about happy memories or ones permeated in pain, suffering and abuse. Five years ago as an unknown, first-time, self-published author, I decided to write my true-life story. As you start writing, you remember (and relive) what really happened and not the way you would have liked things to happen. One is factual and the other enters the realm of fiction.If your story is harrowing, as mine is, it is not only difficult to write, edit, and rewrite, but narrating your own audiobook can be an unimaginably disturbing experience. There were many times I broke down and could not continue for days just having to relive what I was subjected to for the first 16 years of my life.However, writing your autobiography is a tremendously healing process and allows you to see that what happened did not happen “to you” but happened “for you” in the end. Insight into Life is the reward for any author who is bold enough to write their pain and for any reader who is brave enough to experience it with them. – Linda Deir, author of “GUIDED” – Winner of the Int’l Body-Mind-Spirit Book Award.

Oh, That is some really good points. have not written an autobiography…not quite there yet but I’ll keep this in mind!

Hi Dave, thank you for an excellent idea, and some Interesting titles. I actually have four in my Audible library or wish list. And I will be keen to get the Ray Bradbury one. My list of 10 are below. Clearly subjective, but by its very nature that is always the case. ERIC`s 10 FAVOURITE BIOGRAPHIES / AUTOBIOGRAPHIESSurname / First Name / Title / Subject Albom Mitch TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE Morrie Schwartz Esterhaus Joe HOLLYWOOD ANIMAL Joe Esterhaus Eyman Scott JOHN WAYNE, The Life and Legend John Wayne Granger Stewart SPARKS FLY UPWARDS Stewart Granger Hotchner A E PAPPA HEMINGWAY Ernest Hemingway Jenkins Roy WINSTON CHURCHILL Winston Churchill McCourt Frank ANGELA`s ASHES Frank Mc Court McCullough Colleen RODEN CUTLER, VC Roden Cutler Parini Jay JOHN STEINBECK, A Biography John Steinbeck Sandburg Carl LINCOLN Abraham Lincoln 6 Volumes Footnotes: Pulitzer Prize for ANGELA`s ASHES and LINCOLN. Roy Jenkins CHURCHILL is arguably the best single volume bio of WSC Great title by Stewart Granger, taken from Job – 5:7 “Man is born to trouble as surely as sparks fly upwards.”

Nice – yeah the Churchill one is on my list right now!

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1.  born survivors  by wendy holden.

Born Survivors by Wendy Holden

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  • The book Born Survivors by Wendy Holden tells the remarkable true story of three pregnant women who survived the Holocaust and gave birth in the most harrowing conditions imaginable.
  • It vividly portrays the resilience and strength of the human spirit, as the women faced unimaginable hardships and still found the courage to protect and nurture their newborns.
  • The book highlights the power of hope and love in the face of extreme adversity, showing how the women's determination to protect their children gave them the strength to endure.
  • Through the personal accounts of the survivors, the book provides a poignant and powerful insight into the human cost of the Holocaust, emphasizing the importance of remembrance and understanding.
  • Born Survivors serves as a testament to the endurance of the human spirit and the unbreakable bond between mother and child, offering a deeply moving and inspiring narrative of survival against all odds.

Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers and Their Extraordinary Story of Courage, Defiance, and Hope is a gripping account of survival in hellish conditions. Three women discovered they were pregnant during World War II just before being sent to the infamous Auschwitz.

Their husbands had died at the hands of the Nazis, and they all kept their pregnancies—and the birth of their children—secret from their torturers as they were forced to endure the conditions in the concentration camp.

Holden’s work is well-researched, intense, and a true inspiration. It is an incredible book about the Second World War, the Holocaust, and women survivors.

2.  Unlimited Memory  by Kevin Horsley

Unlimited Memory by Kevin Horsley

  • Unlimited Memory offers practical techniques and strategies to improve memory, enhance learning, and boost cognitive performance.
  • The book emphasizes the importance of creating a mental palace or memory palace to store and retrieve information effectively, enabling readers to harness the full potential of their memory.
  • It provides insights into the psychology of memory and learning, offering a deeper understanding of how the mind processes and retains information for long-term recall.
  • Unlimited Memory equips readers with actionable tips and exercises to sharpen memory skills, including visualization, association, and mnemonic devices, enabling them to retain and recall vast amounts of information.
  • By demystifying the process of memory improvement, the book empowers readers to take control of their cognitive abilities and achieve greater success in learning, work, and daily life.

Unlimited Memory: How to Use Advanced Learning Strategies to Learn Faster, Remember More, and Be More Productive reveals the secrets for tapping into your brain’s ability to achieve focus, enhancing your ability to recall information and other strategies for  improving your memory .

If you want to increase your productivity and become more successful in life, this book can help.

Through it, you will learn how to utilize memory prompts to remember information, dramatically boost your ability to focus and concentrate, and use other strategies to fully harness the power of your mind.

Your guide through all the exercises is Kevin Horsley, the International Grandmaster of Memory and a World Memory Championship Medalist.

3.  The 1-Page Marketing Plan  by Allan Dib

he 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

  • The 1-Page Marketing Plan simplifies the complexities of marketing into a concise and actionable framework, enabling businesses to create effective marketing strategies.
  • The book emphasizes the importance of understanding the target market and crafting a compelling message that resonates with the audience's needs and desires.
  • It outlines a step-by-step process for developing a comprehensive marketing plan, including defining a unique selling proposition, identifying ideal customers, and selecting the most suitable marketing channels.
  • The 1-Page Marketing Plan advocates for a customer-focused approach, encouraging businesses to prioritize building relationships and delivering value to customers for long-term success.
  • By providing a practical and streamlined approach to marketing, the book equips readers with the tools and insights needed to create impactful marketing campaigns and achieve sustainable business growth.

In The 1-Page Marketing Plan , Allan Dib shows you how to make a reliable marketing plan that is guaranteed to bring success to your business.

It does not matter if you already have years of experience as an entrepreneur or are still starting your first business—you will benefit from Dib’s tips on how to get new clients, confidently close deals, and rise above the competition.

4.  The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  by Stephen R. Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey presents a holistic approach to personal and professional effectiveness, emphasizing principles that empower individuals to achieve meaningful and lasting success.
  • The book advocates for a paradigm shift towards proactivity, encouraging readers to take ownership of their choices and responses, and to focus on what they can control.
  • It promotes the concept of “win-win” solutions, fostering collaborative and mutually beneficial relationships based on trust, respect, and shared goals.
  • The 7 Habits emphasizes the importance of continuous self-improvement and renewal, advocating for a balanced approach that encompasses physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being.
  • Covey's timeless principles provide a framework for personal and professional growth, guiding readers to cultivate habits that lead to effectiveness, fulfillment, and positive influence.

This classic self-help and  business leadership book  explains the concepts of paradigm shifts and being proactive. Now, the book’s message is more accessible and easier to grasp with the Infographics Edition.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change (Infographics Edition) will guide you as you become familiar with the seven essential  habits of successful people  and apply them to your own life.

5.  The Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook  by Laurel Randolph

The Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook by Laurel Randolph

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  • The book offers a wide variety of recipes. From quick and easy weeknight meals to more elaborate dishes, there's something for every occasion.
  • It provides detailed instructions. The book includes clear, step-by-step directions for using the Instant Pot, making it accessible for both beginners and experienced cooks.
  • There are tips for maximizing the Instant Pot's potential. Readers can learn how to utilize the various functions of the Instant Pot to their fullest extent.
  • The recipes are diverse. The book covers a range of cuisines, ensuring that readers can explore different flavors and cooking styles.
  • It emphasizes convenience. With the Instant Pot, readers can save time and effort in the kitchen without sacrificing flavor or quality.

An Instant Pot is a truly versatile kitchen appliance, and The Instant Pot Electric Pressure Cooker Cookbook: Easy Recipes for Fast & Healthy Meals will be your guide for cooking a variety of dishes with ease and confidence.

There are over a hundred healthy recipes, so whether you’re a novice or a pro in the kitchen (or following a special diet like Paleo or vegetarian), this cookbook is your comprehensive reference for tasty Instant Pot dishes.

6.  An American Princess  by Annejet van der Zijl; translated by Michele Hutchison

An American Princess 

  • The book tells the captivating story of a real American princess. It provides a fascinating account of the life of Allene Tew, an American woman who married into European royalty.
  • It offers insights into historical and social contexts. Readers gain a deeper understanding of the Gilded Age and the European aristocracy through the lens of Allene Tew's experiences.
  • The narrative is engaging and well-researched. Annejet van der Zijl weaves together a compelling story based on thorough historical research and personal accounts.
  • It explores themes of identity and resilience. Allene Tew's journey from a small-town girl to a member of royalty offers thought-provoking reflections on personal agency and adaptation.
  • The book sheds light on lesser-known historical figures: By focusing on Allene Tew, the book brings attention to an often overlooked figure in history, enriching readers' understanding of the era.

This well-written biography about Allene Tew gives readers a glimpse into America’s upper-class life during the Gilded Age. Through An American Princess: The Many Lives of Allene Tew , we journey with Tew in her determination to survive, driven away from her hometown and the people who shared in her past.

7.  The Child Whisperer  by Carol Tuttle

The Child Whisperer by Carol Tuttle

  • The book introduces a unique approach to understanding children. Carol Tuttle presents a system for identifying and working with different energy types in children, offering insights into their behavior and needs.
  • It emphasizes the importance of individuality. Readers learn to appreciate and support their children's natural tendencies and strengths, promoting a more harmonious parent-child relationship.
  • It provides practical tools for effective parenting. The book offers actionable advice and strategies for tailoring parenting techniques to suit each child's energy type.
  • The content is accessible and relatable. Carol Tuttle's writing style and real-life examples make the concepts easy to understand and apply in everyday parenting situations.
  • It promotes empathy and understanding. By encouraging parents to recognize and respect their children's unique qualities, the book fosters a more empathetic and compassionate approach to parenting.

Parents sometimes get stumped when it comes to raising their kids. Fortunately, Carol Tuttle reveals the essential tools for  effective parenting strategies .

With her guidance, parents can get their children to cooperate more. In addition, The Child Whisperer  shows how you can fix troubled relationships between parents and teenagers, as well as how moms and dads can maintain their connections with adult children.

8.  The Miracle Morning  by Hal Elrod

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  • The book advocates for a transformative morning routine. Hal Elrod introduces the concept of “The Miracle Morning,” emphasizing the power of intentional and productive morning habits.
  • It highlights the impact of mindset on daily success. Readers learn about the importance of cultivating a positive mindset and how it can influence overall well-being and achievement.
  • The book offers a practical framework for personal development. It provides a step-by-step guide for implementing the SAVERS routine ( S ilence, A ffirmations, V isualization, E xercise, R eading, S cribing) to kickstart the day.
  • It emphasizes the benefits of consistency. The author underscores the significance of maintaining a consistent morning routine to drive long-term personal growth and success.
  • The content is motivational and inspiring. Through personal anecdotes and motivational insights, Hal Elrod encourages readers to embrace the potential for positive change through their morning habits.

The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life (Before 8 AM) has been instrumental in transforming the lives of many people. Hal Elrod's principles within its pages help readers find the energy and drive to bring their lives to the next level.

This book promises to unleash your highest potential and help you reach the success you’ve always dreamed about—and it all starts with committing to   waking up earlier than usual . Everything else will follow.

9.  Declutter Your Mind  by S. J. Scott and Barrie Davenport

Declutter Your Mind by S. J. Scott and Barrie Davenport

  • The book offers practical strategies for reducing mental clutter. S. J. Scott and Barrie Davenport provide actionable techniques to declutter the mind and improve focus and productivity.
  • It addresses common sources of mental clutter. Readers learn to identify and address factors such as negative thinking, overthinking, and excessive worry that contribute to mental clutter.
  • The content promotes mindfulness and self-awareness. The book encourages readers to cultivate mindfulness practices and self-reflection to better manage their thoughts and emotions.
  • It provides tools for creating mental clarity. Through exercises and tips, the authors guide readers in developing habits that lead to a clearer and more organized mindset.
  • The book emphasizes the link between mental decluttering and overall well-being. It underscores the impact of a decluttered mind on reducing stress, enhancing decision-making, and fostering a sense of calm and balance.

Declutter Your Mind: How to Stop Worrying, Relieve Anxiety, and Eliminate Negative Thinking provides science-backed information on how you can stop  negative thinking  and take control of your thoughts.

Through this book, you’ll come to understand the root cause of mental clutter. It gives you the guidance you need to achieve peace of mind and develop stronger relationships with people who matter to you.

The authors guide you to learning new habits and mindsets that encourage clarity of thought. These are all designed to help you live a more meaningful life.

10.  Essential Oils Natural Remedies  by Althea Press

Essential Oils Natural Remedies

  • The book offers a comprehensive guide to essential oils. It covers a wide range of essential oils, their properties, and various applications for natural remedies.
  • It provides practical remedies for common ailments. Readers can find natural solutions for issues such as headaches, insomnia, skin conditions, and stress, among others.
  • The content includes safety guidelines. The book educates readers on the safe and proper use of essential oils, including dilution methods and potential contraindications.
  • It emphasizes holistic well-being. Through the use of essential oils, the book promotes a holistic approach to health and wellness, addressing both physical and emotional needs.
  • The book encourages DIY solutions. Readers can learn how to create their own natural remedies, such as balms, salves, and blends, using essential oils and other natural ingredients.

These days, quite a number of people are using essential oils as an alternative or supplement to conventional treatment options. Several  research studies  show that essential oils benefit various ailments, including muscle pain and depression.

Essential Oils Natural Remedies provides  in-depth information on how to harness the healing powers of essential oils . You’ll learn the profiles of over 70 commonly used essential oils, remedies and treatments, and the  basics of essential oil use .

11.  The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners  by Amy Ramos

The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners

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  • The book offers a beginner-friendly approach to the ketogenic diet. Amy Ramos provides a comprehensive guide for individuals new to the concept of keto eating.
  • It explains the science behind the ketogenic diet. Readers can gain an understanding of how the diet works and its potential health benefits through clear and accessible explanations.
  • The content includes practical meal plans and recipes. The book offers a variety of meal plans and recipes to help readers navigate the ketogenic diet with ease and diversity.
  • It emphasizes the importance of macros and tracking. Readers learn about the significance of tracking macronutrients and how to do so effectively within the context of the ketogenic diet.
  • The book provides tips for success and troubleshooting. Amy Ramos offers insights into common challenges and how to overcome them, empowering readers to navigate potential obstacles on their keto journey.

Here at Develop Good Habits, we’re all for healthy living and eating. So this book about the keto lifestyle really caught our attention.

The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners: Your Essential Guide to Living the Keto Lifestyle is a reliable reference for the ketogenic diet. If you’re interested to learn about this diet and the low-carb lifestyle, Amy Ramos will be your guide.

This book is filled with useful information for those beginning on the keto diet. The nutritional breakdown of recipes featured in the book is really helpful, as are the shopping list and the meal plan suggestions.

12.  I Hear You  by Michael S. Sorensen

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  • The book emphasizes the power of validation in communication. Michael S. Sorensen explores the impact of truly hearing and understanding others in fostering meaningful connections.
  • It offers practical communication techniques. Readers can learn specific strategies for validating others' emotions and experiences, enhancing their ability to connect and empathize.
  • The content promotes active listening. The book underscores the importance of attentive and empathetic listening as a foundational element of effective communication.
  • It highlights the role of validation in relationships. Readers gain insights into how validation can strengthen relationships, improve understanding, and foster trust and intimacy.
  • The book encourages self-awareness and empathy. Through the lens of validation, readers are prompted to develop greater self-awareness and empathy in their interactions with others.

Michael Sorensen reveals the most important skill for building stronger relationships in I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships . Many people are not aware that validation is the key to connecting with others on a deeper level.

In this book, Sorensen helps readers become more present in their interactions with others.

They learn how to diffuse the tension that would otherwise lead to arguments; encourage others to be more open to their own views, and show support to those special people in their lives. All these skills show others that you acknowledge their presence in your life.

13.  A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV  by Alyssa Padgett

A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV

  • The book offers practical advice for transitioning to RV living. Alyssa Padgett provides insights and tips for individuals new to the RV lifestyle, covering various aspects of this unique way of living.
  • It addresses logistical and financial considerations. Readers can learn about budgeting, choosing the right RV, and navigating the practicalities of day-to-day life on the road.
  • The content includes personal experiences and anecdotes. Alyssa Padgett shares her own journey and experiences, offering relatable and insightful perspectives for aspiring RV dwellers.
  • It provides guidance on embracing a minimalist lifestyle. The book discusses downsizing, decluttering, and simplifying possessions to adapt to the space constraints of RV living.
  • The book emphasizes the sense of adventure and freedom. Through the lens of RV living, readers are encouraged to embrace a lifestyle centered on exploration, flexibility, and the pursuit of new experiences.

If you plan to transition into a life on the road, A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV: Everything I Wish I Knew Before Full-Time RVing Across America can help you. Alyssa Padgett has first-hand experience with RVing, having done it with her husband for years.

The book is full of tips and inside information on RV culture, where to find the best RV parks in America, and even how to find great Internet while on the road.

14.  The Unlimited Self  by Jonathan Heston

The Unlimited Self

  • The Unlimited Self emphasizes the importance of self-discovery and personal growth, encouraging readers to explore their potential and break free from self-imposed limitations.
  • Jonathan Heston offers practical strategies for developing a growth mindset, fostering resilience, and embracing change as a catalyst for personal transformation.
  • The book advocates for cultivating a positive self-image and nurturing self-confidence, highlighting the impact of self-belief on achieving success and fulfillment.
  • Heston delves into the power of mindfulness and self-awareness, urging readers to cultivate a deeper understanding of their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to unlock their full potential.
  • The Unlimited Self provides actionable insights on setting and achieving meaningful goals, emphasizing the importance of perseverance, adaptability, and self-motivation in the pursuit of personal development.

Are you ready to  make success happen  in your life? If you commit to going the distance, The Unlimited Self: Destroy Limiting Beliefs, Uncover Inner Greatness, and Live the Good Life will guide you to achieve the life you’ve always longed for.

People’s setbacks are often caused by their fear of fully embracing who they truly are and what they are capable of. This book introduces a system to help you successfully carry out your dreams and goals.

Things that you’ll learn in this book include using fear to your advantage, harnessing the power of your thoughts, and reprogramming your “future self.”

15.  Training Essentials for Ultrarunning by Jason Koop

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  • The book emphasizes the importance of specific training for ultrarunning, including endurance, strength, and mobility work to prepare the body for the demands of long-distance running.
  • It discusses the significance of nutrition and hydration strategies for ultrarunners, highlighting the need for proper fueling and hydration to sustain energy levels and performance during races.
  • The authors delve into the mental aspects of ultrarunning, offering insights into mental toughness, race-day strategies, and techniques for managing the psychological challenges of long-distance races.
  • The book provides guidance on gear and equipment selection, covering essential items such as shoes, apparel, hydration packs, and other gear tailored to the unique demands of ultrarunning.
  • It offers practical advice on race preparation, including pacing strategies, race-day logistics, and tips for managing various terrains and environmental conditions commonly encountered in ultrarunning events.

There is a better way to develop strength, stamina, and speed as a runner. Training Essentials for Ultrarunning provides the latest, science-backed research on running to help you create the right training program, whether you’re a casual runner or an ultramarathoner.

Aside from being a  guide for novice runners , it also has interviews with endurance training icons like Stephen Seiler, Dr. Justin Ross, Dirk Friel, Inigo Mujika, Dr. Emily Kraus, Guillaume Millet, Stephanie Howe, and Dylan Bowman.

16.  The Art of Saying NO  by Damon Zahariades

The Art of Saying NO

  • The Art of Saying NO delves into the importance of setting boundaries and prioritizing one's time and energy, offering practical strategies for assertively declining requests and commitments.
  • Damon Zahariades explores the psychological and interpersonal dynamics of saying no, empowering readers to overcome guilt, people-pleasing tendencies, and fear of conflict in order to reclaim control over their schedules and lives.
  • The book provides actionable techniques for effectively communicating one's boundaries and saying no with grace and confidence, fostering healthier relationships and reducing stress and overwhelm.
  • Zahariades emphasizes the link between saying no and personal empowerment, encouraging readers to align their choices with their values and goals to create a more fulfilling and purpose-driven life.
  • The Art of Saying NO advocates for self-care and self-respect, highlighting the transformative impact of setting and enforcing boundaries in fostering greater productivity, well-being, and success.

If you’re one of the many people who can’t say no and end up being taken advantage of by friends, co-workers, and family, and if you’ve had enough of this kind of treatment, then The Art of Saying NO: How to Stand Your Ground, Reclaim Your Time and Energy, and Refuse to be Taken for Granted (Without Feeling Guilty!) will help you set boundaries and not feel guilty about it.

This book provides a step-by-step approach to developing your own assertiveness.

Through this book, you’ll understand the underlying factors affecting why some people find it hard to set personal boundaries, discover that saying no to others isn’t a negative trait, and learn effective and gracious strategies for turning people down.

17.  Think Like a Warrior  by Darrin Donnelly

 Think Like a Warrior

  • Think Like a Warrior inspires readers to adopt a resilient mindset, drawing parallels between the principles of warriorhood and achieving personal success in various aspects of life.
  • Darrin Donnelly emphasizes the importance of mental toughness, perseverance, and strategic thinking, providing practical insights and actionable strategies for overcoming obstacles and adversity.
  • The book encourages readers to embrace a warrior's mentality in pursuit of their goals, fostering discipline, courage, and a relentless commitment to excellence.
  • Donnelly delves into the transformative power of self-belief and positive thinking, illustrating how adopting a warrior mindset can lead to greater confidence, resilience, and achievement.
  • Think Like a Warrior offers motivational guidance on developing a winning attitude, cultivating a sense of purpose, and harnessing the warrior spirit to navigate challenges and achieve personal and professional success.

Think Like a Warrior: The Five Inner Beliefs That Make You Unstoppable is an inspiration whether you’re an athlete or not. It teaches you how to change your  mindset  to stop thinking that you’re a victim of circumstance and start taking control of your own life.

Let this book be your guide in learning how to boost your self-confidence, use positivity to improve the quality of your life, and achieve the right mindset to tackle everyday challenges.

The book is written as a fable, and the lessons are from some of the most influential coaches of all time, such as John Wooden, Vince Lombardi, and Buck O’Neil.

18.  How to Draw Cool Stuff  by Catherine Holmes

How to Draw Cool Stuff

  • How to Draw Cool Stuff provides step-by-step instructions and practical techniques for creating visually appealing and engaging artwork, making drawing accessible to beginners and experienced artists alike.
  • Catherine Holmes offers guidance on mastering perspective, shading, and composition, empowering readers to develop their drawing skills and create dynamic and realistic illustrations.
  • The book encourages creativity and self-expression, emphasizing the joy and satisfaction of bringing ideas to life through art and honing one's ability to render a wide range of subjects.
  • Holmes delves into the principles of design and visual storytelling, offering insights into creating depth, balance, and visual interest in artwork to captivate and engage viewers.
  • How to Draw Cool Stuff fosters a sense of accomplishment and enjoyment in the process of drawing, providing inspiration and practical tips for artists to explore and expand their artistic abilities.

People of all different ages can appreciate How to Draw Cool Stuff: A Drawing Guide for Teachers and Students . It is ideal for those who want to improve their drawing skills and learn how to draw some cool stuff.

The instructions are easy to follow. Discussions accompany each drawing technique before proceeding to exercises for readers to apply the techniques they are learning.

19.  A Train Near Magdeburg  by Matthew Rozell

A Train Near Magdeburg

  • A Train Near Magdeburg chronicles a remarkable World War II story of compassion and humanity amidst the horrors of the Holocaust, shedding light on the heroic actions of American soldiers and their impact on the lives of concentration camp prisoners.
  • Matthew Rozell's book highlights the profound connections forged between liberators and survivors, illustrating the enduring impact of empathy, courage, and solidarity in the face of unimaginable suffering.
  • The narrative underscores the importance of bearing witness to history and preserving the stories of resilience and survival, honoring the memory of those who endured and perished during the Holocaust.
  • A Train Near Magdeburg serves as a poignant reminder of the human capacity for compassion and altruism, inspiring readers to confront injustice and stand up against oppression in their own lives and communities.
  • Rozell's work emphasizes the significance of empathy and understanding in fostering a more compassionate and inclusive society, urging readers to recognize the enduring relevance of the Holocaust's lessons in today's world.

In this well-researched work, A Train Near Magdeburg: A Teacher's Journey Into the Holocaust , Rozell brings our attention to the terrible events of WWII.

His important book serves as a reminder of what humans are capable of—both cruelty and compassion—and that we should always be vigilant and never again allow the former to take over the world.

20.  Think Smart Not Hard  by Roy Huff

Think Smart Not Hard by Roy Huff

  • Think Smart Not Hard offers practical strategies for enhancing cognitive productivity, decision-making, and problem-solving, empowering readers to optimize their mental processes and achieve greater success.
  • Roy Huff delves into the principles of critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and effective learning techniques, providing actionable insights for improving mental clarity and decision-making skills.
  • The book advocates for cultivating a growth mindset and embracing lifelong learning, emphasizing the value of adaptability, curiosity, and continuous self-improvement in navigating challenges and achieving goals.
  • Huff's work highlights the intersection of psychology and productivity, offering readers a holistic approach to optimizing their cognitive performance, managing stress, and maintaining mental well-being.
  • Think Smart Not Hard encourages readers to harness their mental resources more effectively, fostering a proactive and strategic approach to problem-solving, creativity, and personal development.

All of us have challenges we must face in our everyday lives. Sometimes, these challenges threaten to overwhelm us. But before you throw in the towel, you need to read Think Smart Not Hard: 52 Key Principles to Success and Happiness .

The  principles for success  and happiness that Ruff shares in his work promise to transform your life and lead you to the path you were meant to take. There are exercises for you to try that are designed to inspire and get you moving in the direction of personal success.

21.  What If?  by Randall Munroe

What If? by Randall Munroe

  • What If? presents a collection of absurd hypothetical questions answered with scientific rigor and humor, offering entertaining and informative insights into the laws of physics and the natural world.
  • Randall Munroe's book showcases the value of creative and unconventional thinking, encouraging readers to explore the boundaries of scientific inquiry and consider the unexpected implications of bizarre scenarios.
  • The book's humorous and engaging approach to exploring complex scientific concepts makes it accessible and enjoyable for readers of all ages and backgrounds, fostering a sense of curiosity and wonder about the world around us.
  • Munroe's work highlights the practical applications of scientific principles in addressing seemingly outlandish questions, illustrating the interconnectedness of scientific knowledge and its relevance to everyday life.
  • What If? inspires readers to approach problems with curiosity and open-mindedness, promoting a spirit of inquiry and critical thinking that transcends the boundaries of traditional scientific inquiry.

Randall Munroe is the creator of, a widely popular webcomic featuring stick-figure drawings tackling issues on love, language, science, etc.

It is, as Munroe described the site, “a sort of  Dear Abby  for mad scientists.” What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions is a compilation of hypothetical questions and Munroe’s answers.

Here is a sample question from the book: “ If every person on Earth aimed a laser pointer at the Moon at the same time, would it change color? ” The answers usually lead to pretty interesting discussions, making this book a must-read.

22.  Find Your Passion  by Henri Junttila

Find Your Passion

  • Find Your Passion guides readers through the process of identifying and pursuing their true passions, offering practical exercises and insights to help individuals align their lives with their core values and interests.
  • Henri Junttila emphasizes the importance of self-discovery and introspection, encouraging readers to explore their unique strengths, interests, and curiosities to uncover their true passions.
  • The book advocates for taking proactive steps to integrate passion into daily life, whether through career choices, hobbies, or personal pursuits, fostering a sense of purpose and fulfillment.
  • Junttila's work highlights the transformative power of pursuing one's passions, illustrating how living authentically and in alignment with one's values can lead to greater satisfaction and success.
  • This book inspires readers to embrace a journey of self-exploration and purposeful living, providing actionable guidance for unlocking personal fulfillment and creating a life driven by passion and meaning.

If you find yourself stuck in a rut in an unfulfilling career, Find Your Passion: 25 Questions You Must Ask Yourself can help you find your way to doing what you are truly passionate about.

The book isn’t too long, but the exercises require you to commit at least a few hours to carefully thinking about your answers to uncover your passions.

23.  201 Relationship Questions  by Barrie Davenport

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  • 201 Relationship Questions offers a comprehensive framework for deepening communication and understanding between partners, providing thought-provoking prompts to facilitate meaningful conversations and strengthen emotional connections.
  • Barrie Davenport's book encourages couples to explore various aspects of their relationship, including values, goals, and emotions, fostering a deeper understanding of each other's perspectives and fostering intimacy.
  • The book serves as a valuable resource for promoting empathy and mutual respect within relationships, offering a platform for open and honest dialogue to address challenges and reinforce the foundation of the partnership.
  • Davenport's work underscores the significance of active listening and vulnerability in nurturing healthy relationships, empowering couples to cultivate trust and emotional intimacy through authentic and meaningful conversations.
  • 201 Relationship Questions provides practical tools for fostering a more fulfilling and harmonious partnership, promoting self-awareness and understanding as essential components of a strong and lasting relationship.

Asking  deep questions  can bring you and your partner closer together. Couples can use 201 Relationship Questions: The Couple's Guide to Building Trust and Emotional Intimacy to guide you to the right questions to ask each other on a journey to better understand each other.

Set a time each day to answer some of the questions together. Your answers to these eye-opening questions can be a way of refreshing your relationship—strengthening your bond, and protecting each other from potential external conflicts.

24.  Genius Foods  by Max Lugavere

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  • Genius Foods explores the impact of nutrition on cognitive function and brain health, offering evidence-based insights and dietary recommendations to optimize mental performance and overall well-being.
  • Max Lugavere delves into the connection between food, brain health, and neurodegenerative diseases, providing readers with practical strategies for enhancing cognitive function and reducing the risk of cognitive decline.
  • The book emphasizes the importance of incorporating brain-boosting foods into one's diet, highlighting the role of specific nutrients and dietary patterns in supporting mental clarity, focus, and long-term brain health.
  • Lugavere's work advocates for a holistic approach to brain health, encompassing nutrition, lifestyle factors, and cognitive habits, empowering readers to make informed choices that support optimal brain function and resilience.
  • Genius Foods serves as a valuable resource for understanding the intersection of diet and brain health, offering actionable guidance for leveraging the power of nutrition to enhance cognitive performance and promote overall brain vitality.

In Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life (Genius Living Book 1) , Max Lugavere shares vital information about the connection between food consumption and brain aging. He reveals how food can  impact our memory , sense of focus, creativity, comprehension, and mood. 

The book provides actionable tips useful for improving the brain’s performance, including:

  • What nutrients boost memory and cognition
  • Where to find memory-boosting nutrients
  • Which foods to consume in order to increase happiness

25.  I Am Watching You  by Teresa Driscoll

I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll

  • I Am Watching You is a gripping psychological thriller that delves into the consequences of a momentary decision to not intervene.
  • The book effectively explores the themes of guilt, secrets, and the impact of choices made in a split second.
  • Driscoll skillfully weaves together multiple perspectives, keeping readers on the edge of their seats as the story unfolds.
  • The characters are well-developed, and the author adeptly creates a sense of unease and tension throughout the narrative.
  • Overall, I Am Watching You is a compelling and thought-provoking read that will leave readers pondering the intricacies of human behavior and the ripple effects of our actions.

With over 10,000 ratings to date, this psychological/crime thriller is one of the must-reads of the year. If you have ever wondered how crime can affect people’s lives, especially families, I Am Watching You delves into that issue.

Driscoll uses one character’s point of view for every chapter. Sometimes, the plotline feels like it’s all over the place. However, the twists and cliffhangers weave together to form an emotional ending.

26.  Beneath a Scarlet Sky  by Mark Sullivan

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  • Beneath a Scarlet Sky is a captivating historical fiction novel based on the true story of Pino Lella, a young Italian man who becomes involved in the resistance during World War II.
  • The book offers a poignant and immersive portrayal of the harrowing realities of war, as well as the resilience and bravery of individuals caught in its midst.
  • Readers will be engrossed by the richly detailed descriptions of the Italian landscape and the vividly depicted characters, bringing the era to life.
  • Sullivan's meticulous research and storytelling prowess shine through, delivering a compelling narrative that captures the complexities of human experience during wartime.
  • Overall, the book is a moving and powerful testament to the indomitable human spirit and the enduring impact of courage in the face of adversity.

In Beneath a Scarlet Sky , Mark Sullivan takes us to Italy during the Second World War and into the life of 18-year-old Pino Lello. Readers witness Pino’s courage and indomitability in the face of the horrors of war. This is a riveting read for those who are into historical or WWII fiction.

27.  Crazy Little Thing  by Tracy Brogan

Crazy Little Thing by Tracy Brogan

  • Crazy Little Thing by Tracy Brogan is a heartwarming romantic comedy that follows the story of a woman named Sadie and her unexpected journey to finding love and happiness in a small town.
  • The book skillfully combines humor, romance, and relatable family dynamics, making it a delightful and uplifting read.
  • Brogan's engaging writing style and charming characters create a feel-good atmosphere that will resonate with readers looking for a lighthearted escape.
  • Through the ups and downs of Sadie's life, the novel explores themes of self-discovery, second chances, and the importance of embracing new beginnings.
  • Overall, Crazy Little Thing offers a perfect blend of laughter, love, and genuine emotion, making it a delightful choice for fans of romantic fiction.

If you’re looking for a lighthearted read, you might want to try Crazy Little Thing . It’s a story about a newly divorced woman who only wants time away to heal and regroup. During her vacation, however, a handsome neighbor disrupts her plans for quiet.

Brogan's writing style endears the main character, Sadie, to readers. There are laugh-out-loud scenes with the right amount of romance.

28.  White Rose, Black Forest  by Eoin Dempsey

White Rose, Black Forest by Eoin Dempsey

  • White Rose, Black Forest is a compelling historical fiction novel set in Nazi Germany, following the story of a young woman who becomes involved in the resistance after encountering a wounded British airman in the Black Forest.
  • The book skillfully captures the atmosphere of fear and uncertainty during World War II, portraying the courage and sacrifices made by ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances.
  • Dempsey's vivid descriptions and well-developed characters draw readers into a gripping tale of espionage, danger, and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of oppression.
  • Through the protagonist's journey, the novel explores themes of bravery, moral dilemmas, and the enduring power of hope in the darkest of times.
  • Overall, White Rose, Black Forest is a poignant and suspenseful story that offers a compelling portrayal of wartime resistance and the indomitable strength of the human will.

White Rose, Black Forest is set during WWII. Eoin Dempsey’s narrative about German dissenter Franka Gerber grips the senses and puts the reader right in the scenes of suspense and horror as seen through Franka’s eyes.

The book explores what it’s like to experience a moral dilemma. Will the main character do the right thing even if she faces possible death in doing it?

29.  The Storyteller’s Secret: A Novel  by Sejal Badani

The Storyteller’s Secret: A Novel by Sejal Badani

  • The Storyteller’s Secret: A Novel by Sejal Badani is a poignant and multigenerational tale that explores the power of storytelling and the impact of family secrets.
  • The book skillfully weaves together the narratives of two women from different time periods, delving into themes of love, loss, and the enduring legacy of familial bonds.
  • Badani's evocative prose and richly drawn characters create a deeply moving narrative that resonates with the complexities of human relationships and the weight of untold truths.
  • Through the characters' journeys, the novel examines the transformative nature of storytelling and the ways in which it can illuminate the hidden corners of the past.
  • Overall, The Storyteller’s Secret is a compelling and emotionally resonant story that celebrates the redemptive power of forgiveness and the timeless allure of narrative expression.

The Storyteller’s Secret: A Novel takes you on a journey into a woman’s grief and toward newfound hope through her family’s legacy. Sejal Badani writes beautifully. Despite the topic of miscarriage and family secrets, every page is a gentle unfolding that touches the heart.

30.  Wish Me Home  by Kay Bratt

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  • Wish Me Home by Kay Bratt is a heartwarming and uplifting novel that follows the journey of a woman named Cara as she embarks on a road trip of self-discovery and healing.
  • The book skillfully explores themes of resilience, friendship, and the transformative power of second chances, weaving a compelling narrative that resonates with hope and redemption.
  • Bratt's evocative storytelling and well-drawn characters create a poignant and emotionally rich tale that captures the complexities of human relationships and the pursuit of happiness.
  • Through Cara's experiences, the novel delves into the universal longing for belonging and the cathartic nature of forging meaningful connections with others.
  • Overall, Wish Me Home is a deeply moving and inspirational story that celebrates the enduring capacity for growth, love, and finding one's place in the world.

Wish Me Home is a story of unconditional love, redemption, and hope. Cara embarks on a journey (by foot) to visit the home of Ernest Hemingway. Along the way, she picks up a stray dog and names him after her favorite author.

As the story progresses, Cara changes as she encounters people who care for her and show her kindness—something she didn’t experience when she was younger.

The book is written with sensitivity to topics such as mental illness, the foster care system, and even animals.

31.  The Girl in the Box Series (Books 1-3)  by Robert J. Crane

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  • The Girl in the Box Series by Robert J. Crane follows the story of Sienna Nealon, a young woman with extraordinary abilities who is on the run from a shadowy organization.
  • The series delves into themes of identity, power, and the struggle for freedom as Sienna navigates a dangerous world filled with both allies and enemies.
  • Readers will be drawn into a fast-paced narrative filled with action, suspense, and unexpected plot twists that keep them eagerly turning the pages.
  • The characters in the series are well-developed and complex, each with their own motivations and secrets that add depth to the story.
  • The Girl in the Box Series offers a compelling blend of science fiction, fantasy, and thriller elements that will captivate fans of the genre.

The Girl in the Box Series (Books 1-3)   might be right up your alley if you are into science fiction and adventure. The story revolves around Sienna Nealon, a 17-year-old girl who didn’t know she was a “metahuman,” or someone who possesses superpowers.

Books 1-3 are available for free on Kindle Unlimited. The first three volumes introduce us to Sienna and her discovery of her superpowers.

Throughout the series, she develops her powers with the guidance of an agency known as the Directorate, fights off dangerous metahumans, and attempts to find her mother, who has disappeared.

 32.  Stillhouse Lake  by Rachel Caine

Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

  • Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine is a gripping psychological thriller that follows the story of Gwen Proctor, a woman who is trying to rebuild her life and protect her children after discovering that her ex-husband was a notorious serial killer.
  • The book delves into the themes of trust, betrayal, and the impact of trauma as Gwen grapples with the consequences of her husband's actions and the suspicion that follows her.
  • Readers will be immersed in a tense and suspenseful narrative filled with twists and turns that keep them on the edge of their seats until the very end.
  • The characters in the book are well-crafted and multifaceted, each with their own flaws and strengths that add depth to the story.
  • Stillhouse Lake offers a compelling blend of thriller, mystery, and emotional drama that will captivate fans of the genre and leave them eagerly anticipating the next installment.

How far are you willing to go to start a new life? This suspense thriller, Stillhouse Lake  introduces us to Gwen Proctor, a warrior mom formerly known as Gina Royal.

The identity change is necessary because Gina’s charismatic but incarcerated husband, Mel, had a secret life as a serial killer. Now Gwen must do all she can to protect her children and herself from the evil unleashed by her husband.

33.  The Overdue Life of Amy Byler  by Kelly Harms

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  • The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms is a heartwarming and humorous novel that follows the story of Amy Byler, a single mother who gets a chance to rediscover herself when her ex-husband returns after three years and offers to take care of their children.
  • The book explores themes of self-discovery, second chances, and the balancing act of motherhood as Amy navigates the complexities of her new situation.
  • Readers will be drawn into a delightful and uplifting narrative filled with relatable moments, humor, and touching insights about love, friendship, and personal growth.
  • The characters in the book are endearing and authentic, each with their own quirks and vulnerabilities that make them easy to connect with.
  • The Overdue Life of Amy Byler offers a charming blend of women's fiction, humor, and heartfelt storytelling that will resonate with readers looking for an engaging and uplifting read.

The Overdue Life of Amy Byler is a lighthearted story of single mom Amy Byler who gets a break from raising her teenage children to go on a vacation, where she eventually finds herself.

Kelly Harms’ writing style gives readers relatable characters in truly believable scenarios. The entire story of Amy’s “momspringa” is a wonderful mix of self-discovery, powerful emotions, and humor.

34.  The Magnolia Inn  by Carolyn Brown

The Magnolia Inn by Carolyn Brown

  • The Magnolia Inn by Carolyn Brown is a heartwarming story that follows Jolene Broussard as she inherits the Magnolia Inn in small-town Texas and embarks on a journey of self-discovery and new beginnings.
  • The book delves into themes of family, love, and healing as Jolene reconnects with her past and finds unexpected romance in the charming community.
  • Readers will be captivated by the cozy and feel-good atmosphere of the narrative, filled with Southern charm, endearing characters, and a strong sense of community.
  • The characters in the book are richly developed and relatable, each with their own stories and aspirations that add depth to the small-town setting.
  • The Magnolia Inn offers a delightful blend of romance, friendship, and Southern hospitality that will appeal to fans of heartwarming contemporary fiction.

Spoiler alert: The Magnolia Inn has a happy ending. The story will leave you feeling that there’s still a lot of goodness in this world.  Magnolia Inn  is about allowing new beginnings to flourish—letting go of the past, trusting again, and embracing the future.

35.  Never Be Alone  by Paige Dearth

Never Be Alone by Paige Dearth

  • Never Be Alone by Paige Dearth shines a light on the harsh realities of child abuse and human trafficking, offering a powerful and emotional portrayal of the struggles faced by the protagonist.
  • The book delves into the complexities of the human spirit, showcasing the resilience and inner strength of the main character as she navigates through unimaginable hardships.
  • Through vivid and compelling storytelling, Dearth confronts the uncomfortable truths about the dark underbelly of society, shedding light on the plight of the vulnerable and marginalized.
  • Never Be Alone serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of empathy and compassion, urging readers to confront the harsh realities of abuse and exploitation with open hearts and minds.
  • The book ultimately delivers a message of hope and empowerment, emphasizing the transformative power of love, resilience, and the unbreakable human spirit in the face of adversity.

Page Dearth showcases her powerful writing with this haunting and horrifying novel about a homeless child named Joon. Her experiences while living on the streets threaten to break her. How long can she persevere?

Dearth hopes that, through her writing, readers will become aware of issues that society tends to ignore. Never Be Alone will change how you see homelessness and open your eyes to other social issues.

36.  Matchmaking for Beginners  by Maddie Dawson

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  • Matchmaking for Beginners by Maddie Dawson is a heartwarming and whimsical tale that explores the unpredictability of love and the magic of unexpected connections.
  • The book celebrates the idea that life's detours and unexpected twists can lead to greater fulfillment and happiness, emphasizing the importance of embracing the unknown and taking chances.
  • Through its charming and relatable characters, the novel highlights the transformative power of love and the profound impact of human connections on personal growth and self-discovery.
  • Matchmaking for Beginners beautifully captures the essence of resilience and the ability to find joy and purpose in the face of life's challenges, offering a message of hope and optimism.
  • Dawson's storytelling weaves together themes of fate, serendipity, and the beauty of second chances, leaving readers with a sense of warmth and inspiration.

Some readers avoid love stories because they tend to be cloyingly sweet. However, Matchmaking for Beginners is nothing like that.

Maddie Dawson infuses lightness and charm into this love story without being off-putting. It is a delightful read from beginning to end.

37.  Saving Grace  by Pamela Fagan Hutchins

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  • Saving Grace by Pamela Fagan Hutchins is a gripping and suspenseful novel that delves into themes of family secrets, betrayal, and redemption, keeping readers on the edge of their seats from start to finish.
  • The book skillfully intertwines elements of mystery and romance, creating a compelling narrative that explores the complexities of love, trust, and the resilience of the human spirit.
  • Through its well-developed characters and intricate plot, “Saving Grace” sheds light on the enduring power of forgiveness and the importance of confronting the past in order to find healing and closure.
  • Hutchins' storytelling is infused with a sense of authenticity and emotional depth, drawing readers into a world filled with twists, turns, and unexpected revelations that challenge the characters' perceptions and beliefs.
  • Ultimately, Saving Grace delivers a powerful message about the enduring strength of family bonds and the capacity for personal transformation, offering a satisfying and emotionally resonant reading experience.

If you are interested in whodunit stories with a bit of romance, comedy, and a haunting or two, you’ve got to check out  Saving Grace . Hutchins writes in vivid detail, transporting her readers to the Caribbean and following main character Katie’s (mis)adventures as she works to get her life back on track.

38.  The Price of Time  by Tim Tigner

The Price of Time by Tim Tigner

  • The Price of Time is a fast-paced thriller that masterfully combines elements of science fiction, action, and suspense, delivering a gripping and adrenaline-fueled reading experience.
  • The book intricately weaves together a complex web of conspiracy, high-stakes intrigue, and ethical dilemmas, keeping readers engaged with its thought-provoking exploration of the consequences of manipulating time.
  • Tigner's skillful storytelling and meticulous attention to detail create a vivid and immersive world, drawing readers into a high-octane adventure filled with twists, turns, and unexpected revelations.
  • Through its dynamic and morally ambiguous characters, the novel raises compelling questions about the nature of power, the pursuit of immortality, and the sacrifices individuals are willing to make in the name of ambition.
  • The Price of Time ultimately offers a thrilling and thought-provoking exploration of the human desire for control and the unpredictable consequences that arise from tampering with the fabric of time itself.

In  The Price of Time , Tim Tigner weaves a story of intrigue, action, and suspense that keeps you guessing how it will end. The plot twists keep readers riveted.

This story tackles the issue of immortality and the possible impact of discovering a literal fountain of youth in our time. As a well-written literary piece, it is a true page-turner. Get ready to lose some sleep to find out what happens next.

39.  Split Second  by Douglas E. Richards

Split Second by Douglas E. Richards

  • Split Second is a riveting science fiction thriller that explores the mind-bending possibilities of time travel and the ethical implications of altering the past.
  • The book expertly blends cutting-edge scientific concepts with heart-pounding action, delivering a thought-provoking and adrenaline-fueled narrative that keeps readers on the edge of their seats.
  • Richards' meticulous attention to detail and intricate plot twists create a gripping and immersive reading experience, drawing readers into a world filled with high-stakes dilemmas and mind-bending paradoxes.
  • Through its dynamic and relatable characters, the novel delves into the moral and existential quandaries surrounding time manipulation, prompting readers to ponder the consequences of rewriting history.
  • Split Second ultimately offers a captivating exploration of the human thirst for control, the fragility of existence, and the profound impact of our choices on the fabric of time itself.

Douglas Richards formerly worked in biotech, so he is a credible sci-fi author. One example is Split Second , where the concept of time travel is central to the plot.

Readers are swept along for a roller-coaster ride into a world where time travel is possible, with far-reaching and mind-blowing consequences.

40.  Pushing Brilliance  by Tim Tigner

Pushing Brilliance by Tim Tigner

  • Pushing Brilliance is a high-octane thriller that masterfully combines espionage, technology, and suspense, delivering a pulse-pounding narrative that keeps readers enthralled from start to finish.
  • The book intricately weaves together a complex web of political intrigue, scientific innovation, and personal vendettas, creating a gripping and immersive reading experience that challenges readers' perceptions and assumptions.
  • Through its dynamic and multifaceted characters, the novel explores the ethical dilemmas and moral ambiguities inherent in the pursuit of technological advancement and the relentless quest for power and control.
  • Tigner's skillful storytelling and meticulous attention to detail create a vivid and realistic world, drawing readers into a heart-stopping adventure filled with unexpected twists, high-stakes confrontations, and thought-provoking ethical quandaries.
  • Pushing Brilliance ultimately offers a compelling exploration of the intersection between cutting-edge technology, international espionage, and the unpredictable consequences that arise from the relentless pursuit of brilliance and innovation.

Tigner’s work is often compared to Robert Ludlum’s, and with good reason. His Kyle Achilles series has become a favorite on Kindle Unlimited and a strong contender as the new American hero in thriller fiction.  Pushing Brilliance  is the first book in the series.

In this installment, readers are introduced to Achilles as he works together with his late brother’s Russian fiancée to uncover and stop a plot to destroy both the White House and the Kremlin.

The book is well written, with a satisfying ending that makes you want to read the rest of the books in the series.

41.  Constitution: Book 1 of the Legacy Fleet Series  by Nick Webb

Constitution: Book 1 of the Legacy Fleet Series by Nick Webb

  • This book is a gripping military science fiction novel that immerses readers in a futuristic world of interstellar conflict and high-stakes space battles.
  • The book skillfully combines exhilarating action sequences with intricate political intrigue, offering a compelling exploration of the complexities of war, leadership, and the human spirit in the face of adversity.
  • Through its vividly depicted futuristic setting and well-developed characters, the novel delves into themes of sacrifice, loyalty, and the indomitable will to survive, captivating readers with its immersive and adrenaline-fueled storytelling.
  • Webb's meticulous attention to detail and strategic military tactics create a realistic and immersive reading experience, drawing readers into a world of intergalactic warfare and the relentless pursuit of freedom and justice.
  • Constitution ultimately delivers a thrilling and thought-provoking narrative that explores the enduring legacy of humanity's resilience and determination in the uncharted depths of space.

It’s 2650, and planet Earth has barely survived an alien attack. Now, the aliens are back to annihilate everyone once and for all. Humanity’s hope lies with one man and a decommissioned starship.

Nick Webb’s story is reminiscent of  Battle Star Galactica , making for enjoyable reading. The characters evolve as the story progresses. On the whole, Constitution: Book 1 of the Legacy Fleet Series is a good first book for the  Legacy Fleet Series .

42.  An Innocent Client (Joe Dillard Series Book 1)  by Scott Pratt

An Innocent Client (Joe Dillard Series Book 1) by Scott Pratt

  • The main character, Joe Dillard, is a complex and morally ambiguous defense attorney who takes on a challenging case that forces him to confront his own values and ethics.
  • The book offers a gripping portrayal of the criminal justice system, shedding light on its flaws and complexities through Dillard's experiences.
  • The plot is filled with unexpected twists and turns, keeping readers engaged and eager to uncover the truth behind the case.
  • Scott Pratt's writing style is compelling and immersive, drawing readers into the world of the story and creating a sense of tension and urgency.
  • An Innocent Client is a thought-provoking legal thriller that delves into themes of justice, morality, and the human condition.

If we’re giving out awards for the best books on Kindle Unlimited, this one from Scott Pratt is our choice for best Southern crime fiction. A murder happens, and a young girl stands accused of the crime. Lawyer Joe Dillard, beset with personal troubles, is determined to prove his client’s innocence.

An Innocent Client (Joe Dillard Series Book 1) touches on the subjects of  forgiveness , surrender, and redemption. It is well written, with a tight plotline and relatable characters.

43.  The Man of Legends  by Kenneth Johnson

The Man of Legends by Kenneth Johnson

  • The Man of Legends weaves a captivating narrative that combines history, mythology, and contemporary issues, offering a unique blend of genres that will appeal to a wide range of readers.
  • Kenneth Johnson skillfully intertwines real historical events and figures with a compelling fictional storyline, blurring the lines between reality and legend.
  • The book delves into thought-provoking themes such as the nature of heroism, the impact of individuals on the course of history, and the enduring power of myth and folklore.
  • Readers will be drawn in by the intricate plot and richly developed characters, as well as the author's ability to create a sense of mystery and wonder throughout the story.
  • The Man of Legends ultimately delivers a message of hope and redemption, exploring the potential for positive change in a world fraught with conflict and turmoil.

Award-winning author Kenneth Johnson weaves a tale of intrigue in the supernatural thriller  Man of Legends . In this story, we encounter Will, Hanna, and Jillian. Unwillingly, they must work together to unravel an age-old mystery to save their lives and countless others.

44.  Inception: The Marked (Book 1)  by Bianca Scardoni

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  • Inception: The Marked introduces readers to a compelling urban fantasy world filled with supernatural creatures and complex power dynamics, offering a fresh take on the genre.
  • Bianca Scardoni expertly develops the protagonist's character, blending vulnerability and strength to create a relatable and engaging heroine.
  • The book's fast-paced plot and well-crafted suspense keep readers on the edge of their seats, eager to unravel the mysteries surrounding the protagonist and the world she inhabits.
  • Scardoni's descriptive prose vividly brings the supernatural elements to life, immersing readers in a rich and atmospheric setting that adds depth to the story.
  • Inception: The Marked sets the stage for an expansive series, laying the groundwork for future character development, plot twists, and the exploration of broader themes within the urban fantasy genre.

Inception: The Marked (Book 1) introduces us to Jemma Blackburn, a teenager who witnessed a vampire murdering her father. Now the vampires are after her, knowing that she is not human. However, Jemma isn’t aware of that yet. This is a perfect gift for teens who are into the paranormal, mysteries, and fantasy.

45.  Storm Glass  by Jeff Wheeler

Storm Glass by Jeff Wheeler

  • Storm Glass presents a richly imagined fantasy world with intricate political intrigue and a well-developed magic system, providing a compelling backdrop for the story.
  • Jeff Wheeler skillfully crafts complex and morally ambiguous characters, adding depth and nuance to the narrative while keeping readers invested in their journeys.
  • The book's exploration of themes such as power, loyalty, and the consequences of choice adds layers of depth to the plot, offering thought-provoking insights for readers.
  • Wheeler's evocative prose and vivid world-building create a captivating atmosphere, drawing readers into the fantastical realm of the story. Storm Glass sets the stage for an expansive series, laying the groundwork for further exploration of the world, its history, and the characters' intertwined fates.

If you’re into steampunk, alternate worlds, and history, Jeff Wheeler’s first book, Storm Glass , for his  Harbinger Series  is your passport to an engaging reading experience. The book is well written and quite enjoyable.

It’s geared toward young adult readers, but people of all ages can follow Cettie Pratt and Sera Fitzempress and their efforts to save the world they know.

46.  An Absent Mind  by Eric Rill

An Absent Mind by Eric Rill

  • An Absent Mind is a poignant exploration of the impact of Alzheimer's disease on both the individual experiencing it and their loved ones, offering a deeply human perspective on a challenging subject.
  • Eric Rill's sensitive portrayal of the protagonist's journey through memory loss and confusion creates a moving and thought-provoking narrative that resonates with readers.
  • The book skillfully weaves together past and present, offering insight into the protagonist's life and relationships while highlighting the emotional toll of memory loss.
  • Rill's empathetic storytelling and authentic character dynamics provide a compelling and relatable portrayal of the complexities of family, love, and loss in the face of dementia.
  • An Absent Mind ultimately delivers a message of resilience and the enduring power of love, offering hope and understanding to those affected by Alzheimer's and their families.

Eric Rill’s novel has won prestigious awards, including a gold medal in the Living Now Book Award for Inspirational Fiction.

An Absent Mind is a moving and eye-opening story that shows us what it’s like to witness a loved one succumbing to Alzheimer’s. The book inspires and changes readers’ perceptions, especially about degenerative diseases and the tenacity of the sufferers.

47.  The Paper Magician (Book 1)  by Charlie N. Holmberg

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  • The Paper Magician introduces readers to a unique and enchanting magical system centered around the art of paper folding, offering a fresh and imaginative take on fantasy.
  • Charlie N. Holmberg creates a compelling protagonist and a richly detailed world, drawing readers into a captivating and immersive story that seamlessly blends magic and historical elements.
  • The book's exploration of sacrifice, determination, and the pursuit of one's passions adds depth to the narrative, resonating with readers on an emotional level.
  • Holmberg's evocative prose and vivid descriptions bring the magical world to life, immersing readers in a rich and atmospheric setting that enhances the storytelling.
  • The Paper Magician sets the stage for a series filled with potential for further exploration of magic, character development, and the interplay between the fantastical and the mundane.

Charlie Holmberg weaves an extraordinary tale, The Paper Magician (Book 1) , that’s filled with whimsy and excitement. Step into Victorian England, where magic is real, and get introduced to Ceony Twill, an apprentice to a paper magician.

Enjoy your stay in Ceony’s world as she overcomes the challenges she has to face to save her mentor’s life and get to know herself better.

48. The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

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  • The Handmaid's Tale offers a chilling and thought-provoking dystopian vision of a society where women's rights and autonomy are severely restricted, prompting reflection on contemporary social and political issues.
  • Margaret Atwood's masterful storytelling weaves together themes of power, control, and resistance, creating a compelling and unsettling narrative that resonates with readers long after the book is finished.
  • The book's exploration of gender dynamics, reproductive rights, and the consequences of authoritarian rule provides a powerful commentary on the potential dangers of extremism and the erosion of individual freedoms.
  • Atwood's evocative prose and skillful world-building create a haunting and immersive atmosphere, drawing readers into the oppressive and claustrophobic world of the story.
  • The Handmaid's Tale serves as a stark warning about the fragility of freedom and the importance of vigilance in safeguarding human rights, making it a powerful and enduring work of speculative fiction.

Margaret Atwood wrote a powerful novel that readers are sure to remember. The Handmaid's Tale describes life in the United States as it turns into a monotheocracy. It details social unrest and bizarre consequences that exist for the men and women in the population.

The Handmaid's Tale is told through the view of Offred, one of the Handmaids. There are parts cloaked in humor, unexpected and horrifying scenes, and satire.

49. Reminders of Him: A Novel by Colleen Hoover

Reminders of Him: A Novel

  • Reminders of Him delves into themes of grief, healing, and the complexities of love, offering a poignant and emotionally resonant exploration of loss and resilience.
  • Colleen Hoover skillfully develops the protagonist's emotional journey, capturing the rawness of her pain and the gradual process of finding hope and strength amidst tragedy.
  • The book's portrayal of family dynamics and the impact of past trauma adds depth to the narrative, creating a compelling and relatable story that tugs at the heartstrings.
  • Hoover's evocative prose and authentic character dynamics draw readers into the protagonist's world, creating a sense of empathy and connection with the story's emotional core.
  • Reminders of Him ultimately delivers a message of hope and the transformative power of love, offering a moving and uplifting narrative that lingers in the hearts of readers.

Reminders of Him by Colleen Hoover details a troubled young mother who wants her shot at redemption after she has served the past five years in jail for a mistake. While heartbreaking, it is also described as a hopeful story written by the #1 New York Times bestselling author.

Take the journey throughout Kenna's life as she desperately tries to find a way to absolve her past mistakes and build a more healing future.

50. Quicksilver by Dean Koontz

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  • Quicksilver explores the ethical implications of genetic engineering and the potential consequences of playing with nature.
  • The novel delves into the themes of identity, morality, and the blurred line between good and evil.
  • Koontz masterfully weaves together elements of science fiction, thriller, and horror to create a gripping and thought-provoking narrative.
  • The protagonist's journey of self-discovery and the pursuit of truth serves as a central theme throughout the book.
  • Quicksilver offers a compelling exploration of the human condition and the choices individuals make when faced with extraordinary circumstances.

In Quicksilver by Dean Koontz, another #1 New York Times bestselling author, we follow as the master of suspense takes a road trip with a man to pursue his strange past. Born a mystery, the book follows along with Quinn Quicksilver and his unexceptional life.

Kindle Unlimited Books for Middle Schoolers and Young Adults

In addition to all the adult book recommendations we have made, we also wanted to include a few young adult options you can find on Amazon Kindle Unlimited.

51. Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone by JK Rowling

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  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone introduces readers to the magical world of Hogwarts and the young wizard Harry Potter, setting the stage for an epic adventure.
  • The novel emphasizes the importance of friendship, bravery, and the power of love in overcoming adversity.
  • Through the character of Harry Potter, the book explores themes of destiny, sacrifice, and the struggle between good and evil.
  • The story showcases the transformative power of education and the impact of mentorship and guidance on young individuals.
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone captivates readers with its imaginative world-building, engaging plot, and memorable characters, laying the foundation for a beloved series that has touched the hearts of millions.

Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone is an oldie but a goodie. Even though the Harry Potter books were released years ago, they remain a top choice on many best book lists.

JK Rowling takes the reader into a world of fantasy and magic as we meet Harry Potter, a boy who is offered a place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry on his eleventh birthday.

52. The Hunger Games (#1) by Suzanne Collins

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  • The Hunger Games explores the themes of survival, sacrifice, and the consequences of power through the harrowing experience of protagonist Katniss Everdeen in a dystopian society.
  • The novel highlights the disparity between the privileged and the oppressed, shedding light on social injustice and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity.
  • Suzanne Collins skillfully weaves a narrative that delves into the complexities of human nature, examining the moral dilemmas and ethical choices that arise in a world driven by competition and control.
  • Through the character of Katniss, the book portrays the strength of compassion, empathy, and the enduring impact of standing up for what is right.
  • The Hunger Games offers a compelling commentary on media manipulation, political power, and the indomitable will of individuals to defy oppression, making it a thought-provoking and impactful read.

The Hunger Games and the books in the series that follow still fall on #1 bestseller lists on Amazon as Suzanne Collins details what is happening in North America during the annual Hunger Games.

The Hunger Games (#1) is a Special Edition that includes an extensive interview with Suzanne Collins and offers a behind-the-scenes look at how the series was imagined and created.

53. The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again (Lord of the Rings) by JRR Tolkien

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  • The Hobbit takes readers on an enchanting journey through Middle-earth, following the reluctant hero Bilbo Baggins as he embarks on a quest filled with adventure, danger, and self-discovery.
  • J.R.R. Tolkien's masterful storytelling and vivid descriptions bring to life a rich and immersive fantasy world, captivating readers of all ages.
  • The novel emphasizes the transformative power of courage, friendship, and the unexpected strengths that lie within ordinary individuals.
  • Through Bilbo's encounters with various creatures and challenges, the book explores themes of greed, heroism, and the allure of the unknown.
  • The Hobbit ultimately celebrates the triumph of hope, resilience, and the enduring spirit of adventure, leaving a lasting impact on its readers and setting the stage for Tolkien's epic The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Another modern classic, this bestseller by JRR Tolkien, is the prelude to the Lord of the Rings series. It introduces us to Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit who rarely traveled further than his own pantry.

The Hobbit: Or There and Back Again (Lord of the Rings) details his adventures that begin with the appearance of Gandalf and takes us on a magical journey filled with suspense and humor.

54. The Upside of Falling by Alex Light

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  • The power of vulnerability. The novel delves into the idea that embracing vulnerability can lead to personal growth and meaningful connections, as the characters navigate their emotions and relationships.
  • Importance of self-acceptance. The Upside of Falling emphasizes the significance of self-acceptance and learning to love oneself, as the characters grapple with insecurities and discover their own worth.
  • Themes of friendship and support. The book highlights the value of supportive friendships and the impact of having a strong support system during difficult times, showcasing the importance of genuine connections.
  • Overcoming fear of change. The story explores the characters' journeys in overcoming their fear of change and taking risks, ultimately finding empowerment and new opportunities.
  • Heartwarming romance. The novel weaves a heartwarming and uplifting romance that celebrates the beauty of love, trust, and understanding, offering a feel-good reading experience for romance enthusiasts.

55. The Princess Trials by Cordelia K Castel

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  • Dystopian fantasy world. The Princess Trials immerses readers in a dystopian fantasy world filled with political intrigue, magical abilities, and a captivating royal competition, offering a thrilling and imaginative setting for the story.
  • Themes of strength and resilience. The book explores the themes of inner strength and resilience as the protagonist, Bryn, faces challenges and strives to prove herself in a competitive and often ruthless environment.
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  • Action-packed plot. The book delivers an action-packed plot filled with twists, turns, and high-stakes competition, keeping readers on the edge of their seats and eager to uncover the next development in the story.

56. The Exception to the Rule (The Improbable Meet-Cute Collection) by Christina Lauren

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  • The Exception to the Rule explores the theme of unlikely romantic encounters, showcasing how love can blossom in unexpected ways.
  • It delves into the complexities of relationships and the importance of seizing opportunities for connection, even in unconventional circumstances.
  • The narrative highlights the power of serendipity and the role it plays in bringing people together in unique and surprising ways.
  • Through its diverse characters and storylines, the book emphasizes the idea that love knows no boundaries and can transcend societal norms.
  • The author skillfully weaves together humor, emotion, and genuine moments of connection, creating a heartwarming and entertaining read.

57. The Keeper Chronicles by JA Andrews

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  • The Keeper Chronicles delves into a richly imagined fantasy world, complete with intricate magical systems and compelling characters.
  • It explores themes of power, responsibility, and the struggle between good and evil, offering a thought-provoking narrative that goes beyond typical fantasy tropes.
  • The book skillfully balances action-packed sequences with moments of introspection, creating a dynamic and engaging reading experience.
  • Through the protagonist's journey, the story emphasizes the importance of resilience, friendship, and the enduring human spirit in the face of adversity.
  • The author's vivid descriptions and world-building draw readers into a captivating realm filled with mythical creatures, ancient prophecies, and the timeless battle between darkness and light.

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Kindle unlimited: the best new books to read in 2021.

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Here are the best new books you can download for free to you Kindle if you have an active Kindle Unlimited subscription.

Are you planning to start or reactivate your Kindle Unlimited membership ? This popular digital subscription costs $9.99 per month and gives access to well over 1.5 million ebooks, plus comics, magazines, and audiobook companions powered by Audible.

Before making a decision whether to sign up for Kindle Unlimited , make sure to find enough interesting titles to justify the monthly cost of the service.

Obviously, you can check out the default catalog of Kindle Unlimited eligible titles (you can do it on your Kindle or in a Kindle app, too), but the problem is that it’s not easy to find there the new releases the readers actually love. The default “featured” sort option is what Amazon thinks you will like.

The following list of the best new Kindle Unlimited books includes the titles that we have discovered in a few sections across Amazon, from a list of hot new Kindle releases, to Prime Reading additions, to Kindle Exclusives, to Amazon Charts.

All these sources combined give a better overview of what Kindle Unlimited books are worth reading in the coming months.

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Finding most popular Kindle Unlimited books – the best ways

▸ Top 100 hot new Kindle books – opposite to the main Top 100 Kindle bestsellers, this list includes only the titles that have been released in the recent months. Approximately, 50-60% of the most popular new Kindle books are included in the Kindle Unlimited. You will see a large KU stripe at the top of a cover of each eligible book.

▸ New & Notable in Amazon Prime Reading – this Prime-exclusive service offers a rotating catalog of around 3,000 Kindle ebooks. Most of them are available in Kindle Unlimited, as well. The books are hand-picked by Amazon editors. It’s interesting to find out what they think should win the hearts of Kindle Prime readers.

▸ The newest Amazon Charts – the lists rank the top 20 most sold and most read Kindle books of the preceding week. Kindle Unlimited books can be found also in the most sold list. Each book that has been read in more than the length of the free sample is counted as sold. It’s easy to find KU books: look for the large gray logo at the bottom of book details.

▸ Kindle Ebook Exclusives – it’s a directory of over 1 million ebooks that are exclusive to Amazon. Well over 90% of the included titles are Kindle Unlimited eligible. Most importantly, you can use the left sidebar to filter books by your favorite author or series – a feature not displayed in the main Kindle Unlimited catalog.

Best Kindle Unlimited books by category – highlights

Before we move to the main list, have a quick look at the best current titles in the most popular categories.

Kindle Unlimited – Best Mystery & Thrillers

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  • The Shadow Box by Luanne Rice – a haunting thriller about how far one wife is willing to go to expose the truth.
  • Hadley and Grace by Suzanne Redfearn – a heart-pounding and emotional roller-coaster ride of self-discovery in the tradition of Thelma and Louise .
  • Not One of Us by Debbie Herbert – a brooding thriller about a woman who must decide if safeguarding her family is worth burying a truth.

Kindle Unlimited – Best Romance

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  • The Wedding Game by Meghan Quinn – charming story of a crafting queen battling a jaded divorce lawyer on a wedding reality show.
  • Make It Sweet by Kristen Callihan – a charming, emotional romance about redefining dreams and discovering unlikely love along the way.
  • The Villain by L.J. Shen – an arranged marriage romance novel with teeth and claws.

Kindle Unlimited – Best Biographies & Memoirs

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  • The Psychopath by Mary Turner Thomson – in 2006, Mary Turner Thomson’s world shattered when she discovered her husband Will was a bigamist, con man and convicted sex offender.
  • Black Boy Out of Time by Hari Ziyad – a restless, and enlightening memoir by one of the most thought-provoking journalists today about growing up Black and queer in America.
  • Widowish by Melissa Gould – a hopeful memoir of grieving outside the box and the surprising nature of love.

Kindle Unlimited – Best Fanasy & Sci-fi

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  • Infinite by Brian Freeman – an explosive new psychological thriller that pushes the limits of reality as we know it.
  • Wings of Fury by Emily R. King – an epic novel of ancient Greece, Titans and treachery, and the women who dare to rise up against the tyranny of the Golden Age.
  • The Russian Cage by Charlaine Harris – a third part of the popular Gunnie Rose series where magic is an acknowledged but despised power.

Kindle Unlimited – Best Teen & Young Adult

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  • Rejected by Jaymin Eve – a new paranormal romance from USA Today bestselling author Jaymin Eve. The first book in Shadow Beast Shifters series).
  • Year of the Chameleon by Shannon Mayer – the four book in the Shadowspell Academy is “Harry Potter meets the Hunger Games in a bold twist on a classic magical young adult adventure.”
  • A Deal with the Elf King by Elise Kova – this fantasy romance about a human girl and her marriage to the Elf King is perfect for fans of Uprooted and A Court of Thorns and Roses .

Kindle Unlimited – Best Literature & Fiction

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  • The Speed of Light by Elissa Grossell Dickey – a provocative debut novel told in intersecting timelines over a tumultuous, defining year in one woman’s life.
  • West with Giraffes by Lynda Rutledge – the incredible true story of two giraffes who made headlines and won the hearts of Depression-era America.
  • After Alice Fell by Kim Taylor Blakemore – It’s 1865. Marion Abbott is summoned to Brawders House asylum to collect the body of her sister, Alice.

Kindle Unlimited – the best books to read in 2021

The speed of light.

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Elissa Grossell Dickey

Diagnosed with MS, Simone awaits the results of another anxiety-inducing MRI. She’s just walked away from Connor, “a fixer” but possibly the love of her life.

Then, on a December morning at the university where she works, jarring gunshots pierce the halls. In a temporary safe place and terrified, Simone listens and pretends this will all be over soon.

As she waits for silence, her mind racing, Simone’s past year comes into focus. Falling in love and missing it. Finding strength in family and enduring friendships. Planning for the future, fearing it, and hoping against hope in dark places.

Her life has been changing at the speed of light, and each crossroad brought Simone here, to this day, to endure the things she can’t control and to confront those that she can.

Wings of Fury

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Emily R. King

Cronus, God of Gods, whose inheritance is the world. Among his possessions: women, imprisoned and fated to serve. The strong-minded Althea Lambros controls her own fate and lives to honor her dying mother’s plea to protect her two sisters at all costs.

On the southern isle of Crete, hidden among mortal women who have fled the Titans, is the Boy God, son of Cronus and believed dead. He shares Althea’s destiny to vanquish the Almighty—fate willing.

There will be war. If she’s to survive to write their history, the indomitable Althea must soar higher than any god.

The Accidental Text

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Becky Monson

Once upon a time, Maggie Cooper lived for adventure. Now she can’t even work up the nerve to ask out her coworker.

For a bit of self-therapy, she begins to text her recently deceased mother’s phone—the only problem is that the number has been reassigned and for weeks she’s been unknowingly texting a stranger her deepest thoughts and feelings.

When Chase Beckett, the unsuspecting stranger who has more in common with Maggie than he’d like to admit, texts back, Maggie is beyond mortified. But message after message and night after night, Maggie realizes that Chase’s wit, charm, and advice are exactly what the doctor ordered.

Is it enough, though, to get her back up in the sky? And what about her heart?

The Shadow Box

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Luanne Rice

After artist Claire Beaudry Chase is attacked and left for dead in her home on the Connecticut coast, she doesn’t know who she can trust. But her well-connected husband, Griffin—who is running for governor—is her prime suspect.

Just before the attack, Claire was preparing for an exhibit of her shadow boxes, one of which clearly accuses Griffin of a violent crime committed twenty-five years ago.

If the public were to find out who her husband is, his political career would be over. Claire’s certain her husband and his powerful supporters would kill her to stop the truth from getting out.

Claire must decide how much she’s willing to lose to take down her husband and the corrupt group of elites who will do anything to protect Griffin’s interests and their own.

Bone Canyon (Eve Ronin Book 2)

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Lee Goldberg

The second book of the Eve Ronin crime series. A catastrophic wildfire scorches the Santa Monica Mountains, exposing the charred remains of a woman who disappeared years ago.

Bones don’t lie, and these have a horrific story to tell. Eve Ronin tirelessly digs into the past, unearthing dark secrets that reveal nothing about the case is as it seems.

With almost no one she can trust, her relentless pursuit of justice for the forgotten dead could put Eve’s own life in peril.

A Splendid Ruin

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Megan Chance

After her mother’s death, penniless May Kimble lives a lonely life until an aunt she didn’t know existed summons her to San Francisco. There she’s welcomed into the wealthy Sullivan family and their social circle.

Initially overwhelmed by the opulence of her new life, May soon senses that dark mysteries lurk in the shadows of the Sullivan mansion. Her glamorous cousin often disappears in the night. Her aunt wanders about in a laudanum fog. And a maid keeps hinting that May is in danger.

Trapped by betrayal, madness, and murder, May stands to lose everything, including her freedom, at the hands of those she trusts most.

After Alice Fell

Kim Taylor Blakemore

New Hampshire, 1865. Marion Abbott is summoned to Brawders House asylum to collect the body of her sister, Alice. She’d been found dead after falling four stories from a steep-pitched roof. Officially: an accident. Confidentially: suicide. But Marion believes a third option: murder.

Returning to her family home to stay with her brother and his second wife, the recently widowed Marion is expected to quiet her feelings of guilt and grief—to let go of the dead and embrace the living. But that’s not easy in this house full of haunting memories.

Just when the search for the truth seems hopeless, a stranger approaches Marion with chilling words:  I saw her fall.

Now Marion is more determined than ever to find out what happened that night at Brawders, and why.

Rejected (Shadow Beast Shifters Book 1)

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As a wolf shifter growing up in a strong pack, I should be living my best life. But after my father tried to kill our leader, I’m labelled an outcast, traitor, less than dirt.

When I can’t take pack life any longer, I run, but apparently they don’t like losing their punching bag. Torin, the leader’s son, drags me back before my first shift… a shift that will reveal my true mate. I never could have predicted who mine would be, but the moment my wolf looks upon him, I’m filled with hope for a brighter future.

Afterall, no one ever rejects their true mate, right?

The Psychopath

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Mary Turner Thomson

In 2006, Mary Turner Thomson’s world shattered when she discovered her husband Will was a bigamist, con man and convicted sex offender.

Unbeknownst to her, this would be the start of a bold new chapter in her life, fighting to protect other women from his heartless gaslighting campaigns—and putting a stop to his endless deception.

When she discovered that her husband had continued to prey on new victims, she vowed to turn his betrayal into a force for good. On her mission to protect these women and others, Mary also learned more about the psychopathy behind Will’s duplicitous behaviour.

Brian Freeman

One rainy night, the unthinkable happens: Dylan Moran’s car plunges off the road into a raging river, his beautiful wife drowning as he struggles to shore.

In the aftermath, through his grief, Dylan experiences sudden, strange visions: wherever he goes, he’s haunted by glimpses of  himself . Dylan initially chalks it up to trauma, but that changes when he runs into a psychiatrist who claims he’s her patient. She says he has been undergoing a unique hypnotherapy treatment built on the idea that with every choice, he creates an infinite number of parallel universes.

Now those parallel universes are unlocked—and Dylan’s doppelgänger has staked a claim to his world.

Find Calm: Simple Tools to Help Children Cope in an Unpredictable World

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Ashley Graber and Maria Evans

Do you want simple tools that work to find calm in your family? These mindfulness-based emotional regulation techniques for children ages 3-12 are easy to implement, fun, and designed with the busy caregiver in mind.

Child and family therapists Ashley Graber and Maria Evans packed this guidebook with coping strategies, sleep strategies, and step-by-step guidance for responding to your child’s big emotions with calm and confidence.

Learn to have conversations about difficult topics with your children and support them when unexpected changes occur in the home, at school, or in the greater community.

Find tools that work for your child from emotional regulation activities like the Glitter Jar, Finger Breathing, Calm Down Box, Code Word, Sleep Ninjas, and much more!

Understanding Body Language

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Scott Rouse

Scientific studies show that people use body language to express their true feelings about a given situation or topic.

With  Understanding Body Language , you’ll discover essential information and how-to guidance for deciphering nonverbal communication so you can make better decisions about the people and situations you approach every day.

Start by learning how to properly observe people so you can uncover their subtle nonverbal cues without drawing attention to yourself. Then, practice on your friends and family with practical advice to help you better read social gatherings and telltale signs of disagreement. Finally, dive deeper with real-life scenarios you’ll likely encounter.

Make It Sweet

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Kristen Callihan

Life for Emma isn’t good. The world knows her as Princess Anya on  Dark Castle , but then her character gets the axe—literally. The cherry on top is finding her boyfriend in bed with another woman. She needs a break, and sanctuary comes in the form of Rosemont, a gorgeous estate in California promising rest and relaxation.

Then she meets the owner’s equally gorgeous grandson, ex–hockey player and current recluse Lucian Osmond, and she sees her own pain and yearning reflected in his eyes.

Then there’s an impromptu nighttime skinny-dip, and Lucian’s luscious homemade tarts and cream cakes start arriving at Emma’s door, tempting her to taste life again…

The German Girl

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Lily Graham

Germany, 1938. Fifteen-year-old Asta and her twin brother Jurgen are stopped as they run home from school: “Your parents were taken. And if you go home, the Nazis will take you too…”

Heartbroken, Asta knows they must make the perilous journey across a hostile country that no longer feels like home to reach Denmark and their aunt Trine, a woman they barely know.

Crossing the border is punishable by death. In the middle of the snowy forest, barking dogs and armed soldiers capture Jurgen and Asta escapes.

The German Girl is a gripping and poignant story of a brave brother and sister seeking safety during one of the darkest times in our history.

Not One of Us

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Debbie Herbert

Thirteen years ago, Jori Trahan’s boyfriend vanished without a trace. Now, after moving back home to Alabama to care for her ailing grandmother and autistic brother, she comes face-to-face with the deadly mystery behind his disappearance.

Jori has a rare form of synesthesia, meaning she can “hear” colors; to her, tones of voice are as unique as fingerprints. With the help of this ability and a sympathetic cop, Jori comes dangerously close to uncovering the truth. But those responsible will go to any length—including murder—to keep their dark secrets buried.

Soon, it seems that no one in the sleepy bayou town is safe, and after Jori’s brother is kidnapped, she knows she must drop the investigation or risk losing her family.

Firewall (The Firewall Spies Book 1)

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Andrew Watts

With its genius CEO and breakthrough technology, the Silicon Valley-based Pax AI Corporation is one of the hottest companies in the sector. But when one of their top scientists is murdered at a prestigious tech conference, company executives and foreign spies are all on the suspect list.

In the aftermath of the killing, CIA officer Colt McShane has been assigned to a joint counterintelligence unit based in San Francisco. The unit’s leadership believes that an international espionage ring has been stealing classified technology from Pax AI.

Now they want Colt to use his past relationship with Pax AI executive Ava Klein to penetrate the company’s inner circle, and uncover the mole.

West with Giraffes

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Lynda Rutledge

Woodrow Wilson Nickel, age 105, feels his life ebbing away. But when he learns giraffes are going extinct, he finds himself recalling the unforgettable experience he cannot take to his grave.

It’s 1938. The Great Depression lingers. Hitler is threatening Europe, and world-weary Americans long for wonder. They find it in two giraffes who miraculously survive a hurricane while crossing the Atlantic.

What follows is a twelve-day road trip in a custom truck to deliver Southern California’s first giraffes to the San Diego Zoo.

West with Giraffes explores what it means to be changed by the grace of animals, the kindness of strangers, the passing of time, and a story told before it’s too late.

Hadley and Grace

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Suzanne Redfearn

Needing to escape her abusive marriage, Hadley flees with her two kids, knowing it might be her only chance. A woman who can’t even kill a spider, Hadley soon finds herself pushed to the limits as she fights to protect her family.

Grace, new mother of baby Miles, desperately wants to put her rough past behind her for good, but she finds it impossible when her path crosses with Hadley’s, and her quest for a new start quickly spirals out of control and turns into a terrifying flight for survival.

Stronger together than apart, the two find their fates inextricably entwined, and as the danger closes in, each must decide how much she is willing to risk for the other.

Melissa Gould

When Melissa Gould’s husband, Joel, was unexpectedly hospitalized, she could not imagine how her life was about to change. Overwhelmed with uncertainty as Joel’s condition tragically worsened, she offered him the only thing she could: her love and devotion. Her dedication didn’t end with his death.

Left to resume life without her beloved husband and raise their young daughter on her own, Melissa soon realized that her and Joel’s love lived on. Melissa found she didn’t fit the typical mold of widowhood or meet the expectations of mourning. She didn’t  look  like a widow or  act  like a widow, but she  felt  like one. Melissa was widow ish .

Melissa’s personal journey through grief and beyond includes unlikely inspiration from an evangelical preacher, the calming presence of some  Real Housewives , and the unexpected attention of a charming musician.

The Wedding Game

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Meghan Quinn

Luna Rossi is a veritable crafting genius—she can bedazzle and bead so hard her Etsy site is one of the hottest in the world. So it’s only natural that Luna would convince her brother and his husband-to-be to compete on  The Wedding Game , a “do-it-yourself” TV show, for the title of Top DIY Wedding Expert.

As a jaded divorce lawyer, Alec Baxter scoffs at weddings and romance. But when his recently engaged brother begs him to participate in  The Wedding Game , Alec grudgingly picks up a glue gun and prepares for some family bonding.

Both fierce competitors, Luna and Alec clash on national TV as harsh words and glitter fly with abandon. But as they bicker over color swatches and mood boards, they find themselves fighting something else: their growing mutual attraction. While Luna is torn between family loyalty and her own feelings, Alec wonders if he might have been wrong about love and marriage all along…

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Once upon a time, there was a man named Jack Gilbert, who was not related to me – unfortunately for me. 

Jack Gilbert was a great poet, but if you’ve never heard of him, don’t worry about it. It’s not your fault. He never much cared about being known. But I knew about him, and I loved him dearly from a respectful distance, so let me tell you about him.

Jack Gilbert was born in Pittsburgh in 1925 and grew up in the midst of that city’s smoke, noise, and industry. He worked in factories and steel mills as a young man, but was called from an early age to write poetry. He answered the call without hesitation. He became a poet the way other men become monks: as a devotional practice, as an act of love, and as a lifelong commitment to the search for grace and transcendence. I think this is probably a very good way to become a poet. Or to become anything, really, that calls to your heart and brings you to life.

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To borrow the words of legendary author Stephen King, "Books are a uniquely portable magic." Indeed, people do love to glimpse into the magic world of books. Cozying up on one's couch, wrapped up in a warm blanket, while it's a winter wonderland outside, and getting lost in the pages of a book is many people's idea of utter bliss.

In fact, Americans appear to love books, and the United States seems to be a "nation of bookworms." A study by the  Happy Guy Writing Services  indicated that 39% of 374 participants had read more than 20 books in 2022 and planned to read even more in the following year.

So, for those who love to read, picking up a new book is always an exciting affair. From  top romance books to snag for your Kindle , to  steamy books that will get your heart racing , people are always on the lookout for the next story plot that will blow them away. But with our daily lives being so busy, we really do want to make sure that we wisely spend our free time reading books that will be worth our while and deeply resonate with us. We get more specific about our methodology later in the article, but we used the best Amazon reviews to help us pick the most "unputdownable" e-books you can get your hands on right now.

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Thriller With A Twist: The Silent Patient By Alex Michaelides

If you haven't read this already, then you must definitely add it to your TBR list — if for no other reason than to simply have an informed opinion when the topic of this book pops up. And trust us, "The Silent Patient," the first book by the Cypriot Alex Michaelides, is often the talk of book lovers. The 2019 book has over 295,000 reviews so far on  Amazon , with an average rating of 4.5 stars, and has received high accolades around literary circles.

Hailed as "an unforgettable — and Hollywood-bound — new thriller ... A mix of Hitchcockian suspense, Agatha Christie plotting, and Greek tragedy" by the Entertainment Weekly, "The Silent Patient" follows Alicia Berenson, a famous painter who shoots her husband — a high-end fashion photographer — and refuses to utter a word after her arrest. All the police can find is a painting of Alcestis — a tragic character in one of Evripides' ancient Greek tragedies whose husband had chosen to sacrifice her to save his own life. As Alicia refuses to speak, Theo Faber, a criminal psychotherapist, decides to unravel the mystery behind her actions.

"The story has so many unexpected turns, that it will surprise and delight you. I am a psychotherapist ... I recommend this excellent read," wrote a pleased reviewer, who gave the book five stars. Another one wrote, " ... this book didn't end at all as I expected and I loved it!! I ... never figured all of it out until the big reveal."

The Global Phenomenon: Verity By Coleen Hoover

Coleen Hoover, three-time winner of the Goodreads Choice Award for Best Romance (2015, 2016, and 2017), did not fail to deliver when she chose to follow a different genre for her 2021 book "Verity." This beautifully written psychological thriller became a TikTok sensation with more than 84.1K posts and left people at a loss for words. "There are no words, Bravo" and "Left me completely speechless" are only a few of the comments of the million reviewers who gave "Verity" five stars on Amazon . The book is hailed as a global phenomenon and not without good reason: It is the winner of The British Book Awards' Pageturner of the Year Award for 2023, making Hoover one of the Kindle authors you need to be reading right now.

The book follows struggling writer Lowen Ashleigh as she moves into the house of renowned author Verity Crawford. Verity, left paralyzed after a car accident, cannot complete the novels left in her series, so her husband, Jeremy, hires Lowen to complete the job. As Lowen searches Verity's library for manuscripts, she stumbles on her personal diary, where Lowen discovers a horrifying truth.

And, truth be told, with so many twists, you will be hard-pressed to put this page-turner down. If you do read it, then know that there is a bonus chapter (not included in all copies of the book) that has Reddit  users both excited and torn.

A Little Bit Of Anthropology: Sapiens: A Brief History Of Humankind By Yuval Noah Harari

Dr. Yuval Noah Harari gives us a book worthy of "six stars," according to one passionate Amazon reviewer. Hailed by Bill Gates as "a fun, engaging look at early human history," the New York Times Best Seller is a must-read for anthropology enthusiasts. Originally published in 2015, the book has not lost its appeal to readers nearly a decade later. With well over 137,000 ratings on Amazon and over a million on Goodreads, the book received 4.6 and 4.4 stars, respectively.

Available on Kindle Unlimited, Harari's book delves into our evolution as mankind and the prevailing of Homo sapiens over the remaining species that existed 100,000 years ago. What is it that made this particular species the fittest one to survive? And if natural selection is the one that guides the course of history, how much control does it still have on our future, given that we humans have the ability to design our environment and mold ourselves to fit into it?

The book prompts readers to "question loads of beliefs and to ponder how fast and beyond fathoming we are evolving." A recent five-star review puts it best: "Harari's ability to distill complex ideas into an accessible and engaging narrative makes this book a must-read for anyone curious about the forces that have shaped our species and the trajectory of our shared history. Highly recommended for those seeking a transformative exploration of the human story."

Timely Biographies: Diana: Her True Story In Her Own Words By Andrew Morton

Unsurprisingly, Princess Diana's biographies have risen in demand and peaked readers' interest, given the wake of the popularity surge driven by the hit series "The Crown" on Netflix. As viewers watched the dramatized account of the British royal family, the desire to explore the real-life narrative of Princess Diana naturally intensified.

Andrew Morton's intimate portrayal, based on the princess's own raw words on her marriage and the royal family, provides readers with a poignant and authentic insight into her life, making it a must-read for those seeking a deeper understanding of one of the most iconic figures in recent history. Originally published in 1992, the biography was published again in 2017 with exclusive raw material. The book received more than 13,000 global ratings, with an average of 4.6 stars on Amazon .

"I feel for Diana and how she was treated throughout her life married to Charles ... She was an amazing woman to overcome all of her trials and tribulations and used that to help others," commented one reviewer who gave the book five stars. Another one admitted that the book is a must-have for all of Princess Diana's fans, while one reviewer described it as the "cruelest love story ever told," with Morton making it clear that the princess indeed was part of one of the greatest love stories ever told, cast "in a supporting role as an unintended voyeur."

Goodreads Choice: The Housemaid's Secret By Frieda McFadden

Winner of the 2023 Goodreads Choice Award in the category "Best Mystery & Thriller," Frieda McFadden's "The Housemaid's Secret" is a page-turner that has readers constantly on edge and keeps them from putting it down, until the very last page. One reader, who gave the book five stars on Amazon , very aptly said, "I could not put down 'The Housemaid's Secret.' What a thriller! ... This story has it all — suspense, toxic love, a character you root for, characters you love to hate ... crazy twisting and turning storyline. Guaranteed to keep you up way past your bedtime."

The book is actually the second part in the series of addictive thrillers Kindle readers are obsessing over , and follows Millie Calloway to New York, where she works as a housemaid for wealthy Manhattan clients. Millie has her own secrets, but it seems that her new employers, Douglas and Wendy Garrick, have a few sinister secrets of their own. Douglas surely keeps some skeletons locked in his closet, but he also seems to keep his wife locked up in the guest room, too. Millie is sure she hears her crying and spots blood droplets on Wendy's nightgown. Douglas is the controlling type, and Millie suspects that he is abusing his wife. Once she opens the door to the guestroom, she is convinced that her suspicions are valid. And she vows to make her employer pay for it. After all, it's something she's done before.

Editor's Pick: Things We Left Behind By Lucy Score

The much anticipated third book of the "Knockemout" series by Lucy Score was published in September 2023. The previous two books, "Things We Never Got Over" and "Things We Hide From The Light" became TikTok sensations, and "Things We Left Behind" did not fail to rise to the occasion and please fans everywhere. With an average rating of 4.6 stars on Amazon , the book's emotionally charged narrative wooed readers.

The story plot follows Lucian, a revenge-driven mogul who wants to eradicate his father's memory, as he gets tangled up with Sloane, the town's feisty librarian. Despite their shared secrets and initial dislike, a spontaneous one-night stand changes everything, and the enemies soon turn into lovers. Yet, their growing passion leads to a dilemma as Lucian, haunted by past beliefs, hesitates to commit. If you are looking for a love story, then this book is for you.

And if you are looking for some steamy elements as well, you will not be disappointed. One reviewer who gave the book five stars said, "Emotional, laughter, joy, anger, back to laughing out loud ... sensual heat that could ignite [forest] fires." Or, as another more explicitly admitted, "You know how you say someone is so hot you can't even directly look at them? Well, I've just found a new level of hot. Lucian freaking Rollins is so hot I couldn't even read about him without closing my iPad every so often to gather myself."

Charming And Uplifting: The Lost Bookshop By Evie Woods

"Fascinating, captivating and special all in one ... It takes you on a journey like most books do, but this one, I ... hope that it becomes a part of me so that I can carry it with me always," commented a riveted Amazon reviewer who gave "The Lost Bookshop" book five stars.

This feel-good book is an Amazon Kindle bestseller and ranked number one by the Wall Street Journal and Sunday Times. An enchanting tale of self-discovery, "The Lost Bookshop" is more than meets the eye and carries so many beautiful, heart-warming lessons for the reader. The story revolves around three characters living in different timelines: Opaline, Martha, and Henry. In 1921, Opaline opened up a rare bookshop in Paris after fleeing London to avoid a forced marriage. In modern times, Martha — fleeing her abusive husband — meets Henry, a Ph.D. student on a mission to discover Emily Brontë's lost manuscript, after reading about it in one of Opaline's letters. Past and present story plots intertwine in this "beautiful story that begs to be read in one sitting ... a magical story filled with beautiful prose and many surprises that readers will not soon forget," wrote another reviewer.

Measuring over 41,000 ratings so far with an average 4.4 stars, "This novel has it all: wit, a dash of magic, and a large heart." If you are looking for a captivating, spellbinding story that will give you the fuzzy nostalgic vibe of the classic novels of the Brontë sisters, then this is it.

How We Chose The Books

With an abundance of books available, it's easy to get lost while browsing Kindle options. And due to Amazon's algorithms, suggestions will pop up on your page based on your latest reads. So if you've been enjoying a good thriller or two, it's easy to go down the rabbit hole and keep up with the specific type of books. While this is not by any means wrong, we figured you might be missing out on other genres that you could ultimately end up finding enjoyable (or interesting in the case of biographies and informative in the case of history books). So, before making our final suggestions list, we first compiled an inventory of different genres we wanted to include in our roundup to offer a diverse selection that might spark your interest.

As such, we decided to include a thriller for avid page-turner enthusiasts, a sultry romance novel that deviates from the ordinary, a timely and insightful biography, a heartwarming, feel-good read, and a captivating history/anthropology book to expand your horizons and make you fall in love with diverse genres. Next, we went onto Amazon's Kindle Unlimited and browsed the Best Sellers. Books that fit into our categories were selected for round two of the ultimate countdown. From this list, we eventually chose books that measured over 10,000 reviews with an average rating of 4.4 stars and above. Of course, books that won an award or were written by nationally acclaimed authors earned a bonus point. Books that earned a Goodreads Choice award or became a global phenomenon were indeed no-brainers and had to be included.

So, if you are dealing with a book hangover and lamenting the end of a reading era, we hope this list will help you pick up your next "portable magic" to cozy up and get lost in its pages.

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If you love reading and you’re always on the hunt for your next great book, you’ll love Kindle Unlimited. It's also a great gift idea! Our team designed this subscription for a wide range of readers—from casual readers looking to try a new author to avid readers who are always immersed in a book.

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A few things before I get into the list. As I mentioned, there are millions of titles available, and if I included every worthwhile read, we’d go back to square one. So, while this list is by no means complete or comprehensive, I picked ten of the best books on Kindle Unlimited 2024 has to offer. In this case, I also decided to skip graphic novels, magazines, and audiobooks because they are another beast entirely. But I did pick both fiction and nonfiction titles so that anyone can find their next great read! Last but not least, the books I picked for this list are a mix of popular and underrated reads — including a BookTok favorite.

Without further ado, let’s look at the best books on Kindle Unlimited 2024 has to offer!

Best Books on Kindle Unlimited 2024: Fiction

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The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang

Let’s kick things off with a super popular (and personal favorite) dark fantasy novel! The Poppy War is a military story that is also inspired by real-life events in 20th-century China. The story follows Rin, a young orphan who got into the most prestigious military school in the country of Nikan. This academy is extremely dangerous, and the threat of a new war lurks at every corner. Rin’s best bet? To learn how to use her shamanic powers before it’s too late.

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Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher

Next comes Nettle & Bone , which is T. Kingfisher’s most popular novel! This fantasy/horror mix follows a girl named Marra. She and her sisters have been abused by the prince for years, and Marra knows it’s up to her to rescue them. To gain their freedom and kill the prince, she seeks the help of a powerful gravewitch. But, of course, everything comes with a price. If Marra can complete three quests for the witch, she will finally have the tools she needs to free her family.

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Divine Rivals by Rebecca Ross

Did you know you can read one of BookTok’s most popular reads on KU? That’s right! This fantasy romance is one of the best books you can borrow from the subscription service. Divine Rivals tells the story of Iris Winnow, who wants nothing more than to win the columnist promotion at her newspaper. Her biggest obstacle? The handsome Roman Kitt — her rival at the paper. To make matters more complicated, Iris has been writing these letters to her brother, and when they vanish, they appear in the hands of none other than Roman.

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Maame by Jessica George

Now, let’s take a break from all those fantasy stories with this stunning work of literary fiction. Maame tells the story of Maddie, who finally has the chance to leave her family home and start living her own life. Of course, this comes with tons of ups and downs. So, while Maddie can now experience the joy of getting a flat or the bewilderment that comes with internet dating, she’ll also learn of heartbreak and what it means to put her heart on the line.

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The Good House by Tananarive Due

Moving on to a severely underrated horror novel that I cannot wait to read now that it’s available on KU! The Good House is a masterful haunted house story that follows a woman named Angela. She suffered a great loss, and it has taken about two years to let go of her grief. Now, Angela is ready to go back to her family home and look for some answers. Instead, she finds a dark force that has led others to commit unspeakable acts of violence in the neighborhood.

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These Silent Woods by Kimi Cunningham Grant

The last fiction book I picked for the list is this tense and atmospheric mystery novel. These Silent Woods is the story of Cooper and his daughter Finch. They have lived in a secluded cabin for the past eight years: no electricity, no family, very little contact with the outside world. But that’s exactly what Cooper wants because it allows him to keep his secrets hidden. One thing leads to another, and this “safe” bubble Cooper has built for them is close to breaking — which will upend their lives forever.

Best Books on Kindle Unlimited 2024: Nonfiction

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Cultish: The Language of Fanaticism by Amanda Montell

Kicking off the nonfiction part of this list comes Cultish , a fascinating account of how certain people use language in order to manipulate and influence others into joining a specific ideology. Of course, the most clear example of this is cults. But there are other cult-like groups like SoulCycle that use this strategy to get you to do what they want. These are some of the things Amanda Montell tackles in her book, all of which will make you hyper-aware of how language is used.

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The Three Mothers by Anna Malaika Tubbs

Next, The Three Mothers is an essential biography that sheds light on the lives of three women who should be better known. Their names are Berdis Baldwin, Alberta King, and Louise Little — the mothers of James Baldwin, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Malcolm X. Their sons are some of the best-known people in history, but very little has been said about the women who raised them. All three of them taught their kids about resistance and to believe in the worth of Black people. More people should recognize the part they played in their sons’ journeys.

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A River in Darkness: One Man’s Escape from North Korea by Masaji Ishikawa

Moving onto a memoir that recounts how its author lived and then eventually escaped from North Korea. Originally written in Japanese, A River in Darkness recounts Masaji Ishikawa’s life from the moment his parents took the whole family from Japan to this new Communist country — and the less-than-utopian life they found there. Thirty-six difficult years later, Ishikawa managed to return to Japan and tell his story in this book.

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Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay

Last but certainly not least, Roxane Gay’s memoir Hunger is definitely one of the best books on Kindle Unlimited in 2024! In it, Roxane Gay gives an honest and deeply intimate account of her experiences with food, weight, and her self-image to talk about topics like hunger, appearance, and health. Make no mistake, this is an often difficult and certainly thought-provoking read — but also a very necessary one.

Don’t forget to check out the best books on Kindle Unlimited from 2023 as well as the best queer books on KU . Alternatively, if you need a little more help to use the subscription, you can also check out our handy guide on how KU works !

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