Top 10 UK eBooks You Need to Read

EBooks have turned out to be very popular among savvy readers. These are more economical and viable than the new releases which are coming out in hardcover. In case you are an avid reader, these are the work of fiction which you need to add to your reading list.

The World’s Worst Children 3: From the number-one bestseller David Williams the collection of hilariously horrible children. These stories will surely delight the young readers.

The Break: This is a brand new novel from Marian Keyes where Amy’s husband Hugh has run away to find himself but the question is will he ever come back.

The President is Missing: James Patterson and Bill Clinton is have written a spellbinding thriller, the President is Missing. Set in real time, over a course of three days, this book is one of the most dramatic thriller in decades.

Sleeping in the Ground DCI Banks 24: Sleeping in the Ground is a gripping new novel by Peter Robinson. This features an opening scene you are never going to forget and a finale that don’t see coming.

Into the WaterPaula Hawkin’s new book, Into the Water separates itself from its predecessor, The Girl on the Train.  The story is unique and Hawkins excels in keeping the readers off balance.

Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine: This is a debut novel by Gail Honeyman.  It focuses on the relationship of a woman with her colleagues and also other acquaintances.

First Man In Leading from the Front: Ant Middleton’s book focuses on the true meaning of leadership.  In this book, he shares the lessons he has learned over the course of his life.

Don’t Let Go: Harlan Coben has explored the big secrets and also little ties which can easily destroy a family, a relationship, and even a town.

On a Beautiful Day: Don Hertzfeldt gets philosophical in this novel regarding family, identity, and also the meaning of life. The novel is about the unexpected and startling turn life can take.

This is Going to Hurt: Adam Kay’s novel is a funny collection of stories from a former doctor in all its pain, joy, and sacrifice.

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