Books to read now 2018
Best Books 2018 — Goodreads Choice Awards
The Best Books Of 2018 We Can't Wait To Read This Year
The Goodreads Choice Awards have three rounds of voting open to all registered Goodreads members. Winners will be announced December 04, Voting opens to 15 official nominees, and write-in votes can be placed for any eligible book see eligibility below. Write-in votes can not be placed in this category. The top five write-in votes in each of the categories become official nominees. Additional write-ins no longer accepted. The field narrows to the top 10 books in each category, and members have one last chance to vote!
The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Amazon has released its annual list of the best books of the year so far. These top 20 books released between January and June of were hand-selected by Amazon book editors and represent a range of genres, including drama, true crime, and fantasy. They named Tara Westover's memoir " Educated " as its top pick, calling it their "hands-down favorite.
"Educated" by Tara Westover
It was the year that felt like a decade, but at least it offered these excellent, thought-provoking reads to wait it out. Read on for the best books of —they're worth every second of your time. A couple torn apart by a wrongful conviction chart the rocky, painful road to reunion in this crushing portrait of a relationship decimated by uncontrollable circumstances. How dispiriting, to learn this of herself. This book is not for everyone, but those willing to take the risk will fall madly in love. First Nation Canadian writer Mailhot examines the circumstances of her life—replete with grief, abuse, and structural injustice—with searing honesty and forceful language in her tiny but powerful debut.
The year isn't even close to over yet, but already there are plenty of books to add to the ever-growing pile on your nightstand. Scroll down for a roundup of the many books to add to your to-read list in Kick the year off with addictive YA fantasy novel The Cruel Prince , which tells the story of Jude, a mortal forced to live in the High Court of Faerie after her parents were murdered. Earning a place in the court is all she wants, but it won't come easily. Side note: YA author Leigh Bardugo highly recommends this one. Set in s India, The Widows of Malabar Hill follows lawyer Perveen Mistry as she investigates a strange will on behalf of the titular widows. Author Sujata Massey was partly inspired by the true story of Cornelia Sorabji, who was the first woman to study law at Oxford.