How to Know Which Book You Want to Read: The Booklist

The list of books you can buy online is so extensive, it’s easy to lose track of which books you actually need.

With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten books you should buy right now.1.

The Handmaid’s TaleBy Sarah Polley2.

The Good Place by Tina FeyThe third season of The Good Space has proven to be an incredible return to form.

Tina Fey’s take on the sitcoms beloved sitcoms is now so popular that it’s become a cult classic and a must-watch series for fans of Tina Fey and The Good Wife.

It’s also one of the most anticipated shows of the year, so don’t miss out on this season!3.

The Color PurpleBy Margo Martindale4.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins6.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Nnedi Okorafor7.

The Night Manager by Martin Amis8.

The Road by John GreenThe third installment in the Night Manager series is so popular and well-reviewed, it’ll surely have you reading it again.9.

The Last Man on Earth by Terry Brooks10.

The Fault in Our Stars by Thomas Harris9.

The Martian by Andy WeirOne of the more popular novels of 2017, The Martian is a sprawling epic that chronicles the journey of a group of explorers who go on an unprecedented journey through the Red Planet to discover a new life.10.

The Book of Mormon by Joseph SmithThe Book on Mormon is one of those books that will forever change how you read, and we’re here to help you understand why.1, The Girl With the Dragon Shirt by Ndedi Okorifor2, The Handmaiden by Tina Fairbanks3, The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan4, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams5, The Good Doctor by David Fincher6, The Red Hot Chili Peppers by Rob Zombie7, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.

R Tolkien8, The Book of Life by D.H. Lawrence9, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald10.

My Struggle by Joe HillThe book of life is the best way to get started in your journey of self-discovery.11, The Fountainhead by Cormac McCarthy12, The Day the Earth Stood Still by Thomas Pynchon13, The Big Short by Joseph Heller14, The Thin Red Line by James Ellroy15, The Last Tycoon by William Golding16, The Godfather by Gianni Versace17, The Hunger, The War and the Serpent by William Goldman18, The Road, The Woman by Liza Minnelli19, The Shining by Stephen King20, The Kingkiller Chronicles by David Mamet21, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by Anthony Burgess22, The Man Who Would Be King by Henry James23, The Outsiders by Neil Gaiman24, The Sandman by Neil LaBute25, The Fault In Our StarsBy Mandy PatinkinThe book you should read next is a collection of the best science fiction and fantasy novels of the last 100 years.

It is a must read for all science fiction fans, and is sure to delight the most dedicated science fiction lovers.26.

The Martian by Alex GarlandBy Sarah Rafferty27.

The Giver by N.K. Jemisin28.

The Crown by Margaret Atwood29.

The Unbearable Lightness of Being by William Gibson30.

The Fountain by Cormack McCarthy31.

The Day of the Locust by Stephen Baxter32.

The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell33.

The Red Queen by George R.

R Martin34.

The Blacklist by Bret Easton Ellis35.

The Name of the Wind by Cormoran Strike36.

The Eye of the Beholder by Terry Pratchett37.

The Haunting by Stephenie Meyer38.

The Chronicles of Narnia by George RR Martin39.

The Way of Kings by JRR Tolkien40.

The Emperor’s New Groove by Terry Gilliam41.

The Leftovers by Damon Lindelof42.

The Time Machine by Stephen Hawking43.

The Wicker Man by Jonathan Lethem44.

The Big Sick by John Scalzi45.

The Windup Girl by Astrid Lindgren46.

The Dark Tower by Nikolaj Arcel47.

The Book Thief by NeilGaiman48.

The New York Times Best Seller The Big Bang TheoryBy Rachel Sussman49.

The Lady in the Water by YA writer K.J. Parker50.

The Little Prince by Diana Gabaldon