eBook Download Guide: Books You Should Read (2012)McGinty on July 16, 2012 with 0 Comments
Finding interesting, well-written novels can be a frustrating, time-consuming task. All too often, readers feel cheated when they purchase a story that turns out to be flat or cliché. If you want to know what books you should read in 2012, the following eBook download guide offers up a sampling of fine choices.
The Fortunate Only, by Ryan J. Lawrence
Briskly-paced and emotionally moving, this is probably the best book you will read in 2012. The Fortunate Only is a gritty, tense thriller that ensnares the reader’s attention and never lets go. The characters are interesting; the dialog is witty, deep and authentic; the writing is top-notch; and the villains are truly terrifying. This is the type of eBook download you will think about long after you’ve completed it.
From A Name to A Number: A Holocaust Survivor’s Autobiography, by Alter Wiener
This is a gripping read for nonfiction lovers. Wiener has toured the Pacific Northwest talking to colleges, prisons and churches about his experience as a Holocaust victim, in which he survived a total of five concentration camps before being liberated by Russian troops in 1945.
Wool Omnibus Edition (Wool 1 – 5), by Hugh Howey
This collection features five books in one eBook download. Wool is the story of mankind fighting for survival in a dark, unforgiving world. A good choice for science fiction lovers who enjoy reading Isaac Asimov.
BrainRush II, The Enemy of My Enemy, by Richard Bard
The Wall Street Journal named the first BrainRush book the #1 Bestselling Action/Adventure novel in its reader’s guide to self-published works. In this follow-up, Bard picks up where he left off with protagonist, Jake Bronson, who is drawn into a conflict involving a dangerous terrorist organization. The plot takes many twists and the settings change frequently, giving the book a fresh feel throughout.