These are the best Amazon ebooks of the year


Looking for a new ebook to read? Amazon just announced the 10 best books of 2021 and there are some compelling choices. The Lincoln Highway from Amor Towles is the first choice! This annual list is handpicked by Amazon Books editors, who have read thousands of books to share their recommendations. “This year fiction has reigned supreme, with emerging and established writers telling stories of struggle, daring and redemption,” said Sarah Gelman, editorial director of Amazon Books. “We’ve all had our personal favorites this year.”

  1. Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles: Towles (A gentleman in Moscow) may well have written one of the best novels of this decade, offering one of fiction’s greatest gifts: hope. Filled with nostalgia for the 50s and the sweet naivety and distraction of those who are young, optimistic and on mission, Lincoln Highway follows four children whose paths collide as they search for their mother and a hidden wad of cash. –Al Woodworth
  2. Crying in H Mart: A Memory by Michelle Zauner: You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, your stomach will growl with hunger, and you’ll stomp your foot to the beat of this powerful mother-daughter and Korean-American story that shows how important it is to accept someone. fully for who they are and still love them. –Al Woodworth
  3. The parcel by Jean Hanff Korelitz: A story within a story which is a Rubik’s Cube of twists and turns, The parcel follows an uninspired author who sinks into obscurity until his new book propels him to fame. Only the plot is not his, and someone knows that. Korelitz makes us guess, even when everything seems clear, until the knockout is over. –Seira Wilson
  4. How the word got around: taking stock of the history of slavery across America by Clint Smith: Smith’s Tour of Slavery-Related Places and Monuments is the type of book that can change your perspective, even if you’ve known the places (or thought you’ve done it) all your time. life. –Chris Schluep
  5. The four winds by Kristin Hannah: Set during the Great Depression and featuring an unlikely heroine who will lodge in your heart, The four winds is a reminder, when we so urgently need it, of the resilience not only of the human spirit, but of this country as well. Hannah’s latest story reads like a classic. –Erin kodicek
  6. Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty by Patrick Radden Keefe: From the author of Do not say anything comes an addicting tale from the Sackler family, the founders and brains of OxyContin. From their rise through the commercialization of pharmaceuticals to the backdoor transactions of FDA approvals, to the front door transactions of museum philanthropy, this is an unquenchable true story of ambition. , power, deception and greed. –Vannessa Cronin
  7. Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead: The two-time Pulitzer Prize winner of Nickel boys and The Underground Railroad tells an incredibly entertaining tale of schemers and dreamers, crooks and crooks, elaborate heists and furniture facades, and the thrilling misdeeds of those who do no good and others who just try to win their life. –Al Woodworth
  8. Large Circle by Maggie Shipstead: Shipstead has accomplished the impossible – an epic novel that’s ambitious, literary, and utterly accessible. Large Circle follows two women who yearn for adventure and freedom – aviator Marian Graves and starlet Hadley Baxter – and who love to fly, it’s the thrill of the century. –Sarah gelman
  9. Hail Mary project by Andy Weir: As in The Martian, Weir makes science and problem solving not only interesting, but absolutely essential to survival. In Hail Mary project, Weir offers an electrifying space adventure that will rip your guts out and pull on your heartstrings. –Adrien liang
  10. Klara and the sun by Kazuo Ishiguro: Ishiguro’s calm, touching, and moving novel about a robot girl with artificial intelligence, designed as a playmate for real children, is a story that will captivate and haunt readers. –Chris Schluep


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