Amazon Announces Best Books Of 2016 (So Far)

Amazon is one of the leading e-commerce sites that is best renowned for their Kindle. Amazon has a large library of books to read among. Millions of the readers use Kindle or purchase books from the Amazon. A few days back, Sara Nelson, The editorial director of Print and Kindle books had announced the best books of 2016, featuring the Top-20 must-reads released between January and June 2016.

best-books-of-2016-amazonAccording to Sara,

“It’s always a thrill to look back over the past six months and share with customers the books that stand out. This year, after many lively debates among our team, we’ve compiled a list that is notable for its deep selection of compelling nonfiction and wide array of topics — from engrossing explorations of war and what it means to be alive to thrilling whodunit page-turners and family dramas — there’s something for everyone. Our top pick, Lab Girl, was a wonderful surprise to us: a debut memoir by a woman in science that is at once a coming of age story, a moving portrait of love, work and life and a remarkable examination of trees, plants and, yes, dirt.”

The list contains the best books on Amazon having various topics and themes from Non-fiction to the various stories.

Let’s have a look at the Top 10 books of 2016 (so far)

1: “Lab Girl” by Hope Jahren

[easyazon_image align=”none” height=”500″ identifier=”1101874937″ locale=”US” src=”” tag=”bestfrorg-20″ width=”335″]According to Amazon, this book is topping the charts of best books 2016. “Lab Girl” has a theme that revolves around the plants. It is a book written beautifully and will definitely change one’s perspective towards the natural world.

2: “Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War” written by Mary Roach.

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This book is a story about the soldiers. It explains about the combat of soldiers with the opponents without arms like Panic, Sleep deprivation, heat Exhaustion and much more.

3: “Before the Fall” By Noah Hawley. This novel is about the heroic survivors of an Airplane crash.

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4: “The Nest” written by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney. The nest is a story about the dysfunctional family. Basically, The nest refers to the joint trust fund.

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5: “When Breath becomes air” written by Paul Kalanithi.

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It is a book that was written by him for his unborn daughter that explains about how to live. Paul Kalanithi was a neurosurgeon who died just before his 39th birthday because of lung cancer. This book explains the thoughts of Paul Kalanithi from the perspective of being a patient rather than being a doctor.

6: “Evicted: Poverty and profit in the American city” by Matthew Desmond.

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This book contains the story of eight families living in Milwaukee. It shows the real means of being poor in America.

7: “The Girls” by Emma Cline.

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This is a novel about a teenage girl that got sucked into a Mansonesque California cult in the back 1960’s.

8: “The longest Night: A novel” by Andria Williams.

[easyazon_image align=”none” height=”500″ identifier=”0812997743″ locale=”US” src=”” tag=”bestfrorg-20″ width=”329″]This novel is about the struggle of a family from the natural and unnatural disasters. This novel was set in the time frame of cold war.

9: “Pumpkinflowers: A soldier’s story” by Matti Friedman.

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This novel is named after the Infamous Israeli Outpost in the south of Lebanon. As amazon explains, It tells the story of a soldier, a war and about the region that was both revelatory and hauntingly familiar.

10: “Narconomics: How to run a drug cartel” by Tom Wainwright

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This book explores the truth about the Drug business as a business. It tells us about the various factors that have changed and evolved the drug trafficking and also explains the real difference between the portrayal on TV and real life incidents.

To see the complete list of the Best Books of the Year So Far, and to purchase in Kindle or Print, visit:

These are the top 10 books of 2016 on Amazon. All of them are heart capturing and is a perfect delight to the readers. If you have not read any of them then we surely recommend you to grab a copy now.

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