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The Ultimate Guide to the Best Ebooks for 2017

For a lot of people, e-readers have become a staple of

their everyday lives. It’s so easy to download a book

on your Kindle or on your tablet that you might not even

know what else is out there. If you use an e-reader or just

want to expand your eBook reading experience, check out the

list below for some ideas on where to look next.

We’ve got classics from Jane Austen and George Orwell,

new bestsellers like The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

by Amy Schumer and Into the Water by Paula Hawkins,

and everything in between. Whether you like thrillers or

literary fiction, we’ve got something for everyone!

Section 1: The Best Ebooks of 2017

Top 5 Fantasy and Science Fiction Books

1. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (preview)

2. The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman (preview)

3. Origin by Dan Brown (preview)

4. Matched by Ally Condie (preview)

5. Midnight by Alex Flynn (preview)

Top 5 Romance Novels

1. The Book of Joe by Jodi Picoult (preview)

2. The Cobalt Edge by Sherrilyn Kenyon (preview)

3. The Weight of a Thousand Feathers by Angie Thomas (preview)

4. The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory (preview)

5. Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl Strayed (preview)

Top 5 Mystery and Thrillers

1. Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson (preview)

2. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (preview)

3. Mystery of the Ghost Ship by Rhys Bowen

4. Split by Leigh Bardugo (preview)



Dickens: A Christmas Carol

by Charles Dickens

Reviewed by: Sarah M.

Read more about this classic book here

Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities

by Charles Dickens

Reviewed by: Kristina Anderson

Read more about this classic book here

Animal Farm

by George Orwell

Reviewed by: Noah

Read more about this classic book here


The Natural

by William Goldman

Reviewed by: Amanda F.

Read more about this classic book here

Private Eye

by P.G.

Jane Austen

This year we’re going to focus on Jane Austen’s five

great novels. That’s right, we’re not counting Pride and

Prejudice as a complete novel.

The Marriage Plot

The Mystery of Mr. Bradman

The Governor’s Woman

Sense and Sensibility

Sense and Sensibility

This classic will likely be

a perennial part of any Jane Austen reading list, and we

strongly recommend it. It’s one of the best Jane Austen

novels, taking her characters to new heights as they

clash with some of her most memorable characters, including

a conniving sister, a suitor disguised as a beggar,

and a bi-sexual governess.

Sense and Sensibility

Sense and Sensibility is considered

one of the best Jane Austen novels.

George Orwell

Amazon Description: In a world filled with sensory stimuli, George Orwell’s classic

manifesto on surveillance, 1984, reads like a call to action. Orwell

combines the cold eye of reason with passionate imagination, warning

us about the dark forces working in the background of life. A chilling warning

of a world that is ever watchful, always listening, ever watching you.

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Jason Rezaian

Amazon Description: Jason Rezaian, Washington Post correspondent

held hostage in Iran, embarks on a quest to make his captors

inform him of what has been happening in his absence. This daring and

mysterious narrative emerges as a journey into the heart of darkness,

of the space between space and time, and the limits of human freedom.

New Releases

Hazel by Augusten Burroughs (Jun 20, 2016)

Free (from Independent Publishers Group)

When you have one unhappy childhood, it makes sense

that you’ll have another one. I always say that

my good life began in the sixties when I had

daddy. Then came school, dating, divorces, drinking

and drugs. The good life ended when I discovered the

women. And my good life is getting better all the

time, as a writer and an artist and a good human being.

The publisher described it as an, “intimate novella of friendship

and love between two very different women.” To

me it’s about love. About the relationship of love

and friendship, and I think a lot of people will

find it helpful and interesting.

The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

No, you’re not about to see tattoos, but you will see a hot girl with a funny name that lives next to a person that may or may not be a secret government agent. You get the idea. The

book follows a young woman named Polly Black who ditches a low-paying office job for a

boyfriend, drinks way too much, and has a fabulous job. The cover model? That would be Amy Schumer.

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls


By Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo

Illustrated by Elena Favilli

112 pages

Simon and Schuster | $9.99

My kids love the pictures in this charming book,

and the messages are great, too. You could talk

about how you should be strong and independent, but

also compassionate and kind.

y Amy Schumer

bestselling author


Amy Schumer’s latest book, The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo, is a mystery-comedy that’s as raunchy as it is funny. The full-color paperback is available on Amazon.com.


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Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo: Bestselling Author Amy Schumer’s Latest Book is a mystery-comedy that’s as raunchy as it is funny. The full-color paperback is available on Amazon.com.

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In Their Blood

The critically acclaimed first book in Robin Craig’s THE TWILIGHT KINDS trilogy, In Their Blood is about a family’s hidden and dangerous past. The book is available on Amazon.com.


Into the Water by Paula Hawkins

and other great new ebooks for the summer.

Image: v.vivahdeo/Depositphotos

14 Great Political Political Science Books

Want to get educated about the world’s most

important issues? Check out our list of political

science classics and read them at your convenience.

Fiction and Non-fiction






BEST OF 2016



Elizabeth Stroud, an intern at a design agency, receives an internship with a renowned

advertising company in the Midwest. But when an offer from New York

comes up, Elizabeth has to decide whether she can leave her family and the

small New Jersey town she loves behind. As the plot builds, the reader will feel

Elizabeth’s inner conflict as she finds her voice and becomes the woman she

has always wanted to be.


Abby Goodman, a successful New York executive, marries Mitchell, a successful

businessman in the South. Four years later, Abby and her two

children move to the small Southern town in which Mitchell is from.


Literary Fiction

The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

by Amy Schumer

An underground boxing game goes too far when a scorned

stripper challenges the champ.

Into the Water

by Paula Hawkins

A teenage girl gets lost in the lake at her

grandmother’s house. Three of her classmates

end up dead.

Life of Pi

by Yann Martel

A teenage boy gets stranded on a life

raft with a Bengal tiger.

The Rosie Project

by Graeme Simsion

J. P. considers his status as a humbug at a charity

fundraising event.

The Goldfinch

by Donna Tartt

A boy with a heart defect stumbles into

his mother’s robbery of a famous painting.

How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe

by Benjamin Easterling

A smart teenager brings his parents to

a planet where all sci-fi scenarios are scientifically


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