Wondering Which Book to Read Next? Here Are A Few Trending Picks For 2019


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Are you an avid reader whose conversation starts with asking people about what book to read next? If yes, then you have stumbled upon the right place. There is no greater joy for a bookworm than the joy of reading for it takes you new places. If you are having troubles to choose your next pick from the bookshelf, then here is something to put you at ease.

We have pulled up a short list of the most trending books for the year so that you are not deprived of the joy of reading.

#1 Depth of Winter – Craig Johnson

 

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If you like suspense novels, then this should be your next book to read. In this latest mystery novel by Craig Johnson, Walter Longmire’s nightmare comes alive when his daughter is kidnapped by an international Hit-man who is also the drug lord of Mexico’s most vicious cartel. It will be hard to keep this action-packed suspense book away until you have reached the last page.

#2 The Outsider – Stephen King

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Any Stephen King fans in the house? This book by the renowned author is a cheerful high five to them. If you haven’t read it already, then pick this book to read next. An exploration of good and evil, the horror crime fiction revolves around Terry Maitland who is accused of killing an 11 year old kid. Don’t ask us to spill the details and spoil it for you. Go, grab your copy now.

#3 The Masterpiece – Fiona Davis

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If you have a penchant for historical fiction, the you are going to love this one by Fiona Davis. The book is a clash of two worlds; one set in the time of Great Depression and the other 50 years later. We bet you won’t be able to put this one down. A masterpiece indeed, this book to read next will make you consider the landmarks of your own life.

#4 From Here To You – Jerry McGuire

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Keep a box of tissues with you while reading this one because Jerry McGuire has written a real tear-jerker. The book is based on Darby Dixon who flees her abusive fiance and runs to Colorado to start a new life. There she falls in love with a Marine has got a few skeletons in the closet. This is a perfect romance book to read next if you like curling up in your bed and read a few pages before you sleep in the night.

#5 Bridge of Clay – Markus Zusak

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If you enjoyed reading The book Thief by Markus Zusak, you are going to love Bridge of Clay too. Revolving around five brothers who are trying hard to make a life for themselves, this powerful, mystical novel will stay with you for long after you have finished. Grab this as your next book to read if you like young adult fiction.

#6 Children of Blood & Bone – Tomi Adeyemi

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Love fantasy and science fiction? Then add Children of Blood and Bone to the list of book to read next. A west African- inspired fantasy novel has captured the world’s imagination in the most provocative manner. This New York Times Bestseller is about a strong female protagonist, Zeli Adebola, who has lost her mother and the night magic in her village.

#7 When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing – Daniel H Pink

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Self help books are a great way for personal betterment and growth. If you are looking for one, then make this your next book to read. Unravel the scientific secrets of good timing with science-backed guide curated from research in various disciplines, including, psychology, biology, and economics. This book will change your life for good by identifying practical and actionable ways to create an ideal schedule and a better life.

Hope these good read recommendations get your weekend plans sorted. So, get a cup of hot mocha, find your ideal reading spot, and begin the reading marathon.

 

 

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