Finally, the breeze of 2018 is around you! How special does that sound? Though cold, you can eliminate that feeling by holding on an exciting book that you can grab from our site.
The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air)
Holly Black may sound new to some of us, but she is a magnificent writer of fantasy books for teens and kids. In her recently published book, she unravels the life twist between of an ordinary girl in the palace matters. Covering up for her bloodshed may seem impossible, now that the civil war is threatening than ever before. A dangerous alliance may be witnessed to protect her sisters, the high court, and herself
By Holly Black- 2nd January 2018
2. Feel Free
Nonfiction writers are good at it, by Zadie Smith’s fans currently rave about her. Zadie has prevailed in the literature world for more than two decades now and she is considered one of the singular essayist. In her upcoming book, Zadie introduces us to different chapters- In the World, In the Gallery, In the Audience, On the Bookshelf, and Feel Free. The book poses numerous questions about- Social Network… and Facebook.
By Zadie Smith – 6th February 2018
3. Restore Me (Shatter Me #4)
Bringing to you numerous characters like; Adam Kent, Aaron Warner Anderson, Kenji Kishimoto, Juliette Ferrar, Restore Me triggers you to ponder over the possible answer, but still fail. She has the power to kill by one touch, she secured sector 45 for herself, she was named the new supreme commander, Warner is by her side, but still, Juliette Ferrars has got some battles.
By Tahereh Mafi – 6th March 2018
4. The Fates Divide (Carve the Mark #2)
The #1 New York Times bestselling author vividly takes us to the mystery world. In this book, Cyra and Akos fulfill their fates in this tale of hope and resilience told in differing stunning perspectives. Now that fate brought them together, it appears that it will also separate them
By Veronica Roth- 10th April 2018
5. The Largesse of the Sea Maiden: Stories
This is the latest collection since Johnson’s first collection, Jesus’ son. The collection finds Johnson in a new territory. The book introduces us to a subject matter – middle-aged life, the elusive and surprising ways the mysteries of the universe manifest themselves.
By Denis Johnson- 16th January 2018
6. The Sparsholt Affair
It is true that Allan’s latest novel in the bookstores outweighs “Line of Beauty”, a Booker Prize-winning novel? Well, grab a copy to find out the hovering news about the English Novelist. The Sparsholt Affair introduces us to two young men who meet Oxford University in 1940.
By Alan Hollinghurst- 5th October 2017
This autofiction spins around the question of motherhood that you should probably ask your self, How to Mother and should even one mother at all? Interesting right? Grab a copy
By Sheila Heti- 1st, May 2018
8. The Line Becomes a River
The border is in the blood, this immigration story is a dramatic one, yet a touching story of the year. Cantú joins the Border patrol- his mother, a park ranger and daughter of a Mexican immigrant, raised him in the scrublands of the Southwest. Now, Cantú and his partners are posted to the remote regions crisscrossed by druggists, smuggling paths, where they learn to track other humans….
By Francisco Cantú- 6th February 2018.
9. The Mars Room: A Novel
Her life has gone astray and now severed away from her son and the life she loved. Romy Hall has just began her two consecutive life sentences at Stanville Women’s Correctional Facility, a place where life may become a living hell.
By Rachel Kushner- 1st, May 2018
Coming in from the “The English Patient” writer, a novel that won a Booker and led to an Oscar-winning film, our author has again sparkled Warlight, a novel that takes us to the era of World War II, the terrain of his greatest outbreak. In a breathtaking mood, Warlight introduces us to a brother and a sister who are taken captives by a group of strangers…
By Michael Ondaatje- 8th, May 2018 by Knopf