Addictive books you need to add right away to your reading list. Here, we will discuss Extraordinary books I couldn’t hit
I adore it when I become so engrossed in a book that I forget to flip the pages.
are times when I absolutely forget I’m reading because I’ve shut out the outside world. I read all night long until the wee hours of the morning. I read whenever I get a spare moment to find out what will happen next.
Here are ten addictive books I recommend you read as soon as possible:
1. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
I occasionally use a page tab to highlight my favorite passages from a book or passages that were very touching. My copy of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo has so many annotations that it resembles a rainbow of colors.
I couldn’t help but become emotionally immersed in the plot and the characters as I read the book. In the novel, a reclusive Hollywood diva named Evelyn Hugo makes the late-in-life decision to divulge all of her secrets in an intimate tell-all interview. We discover how she got her start in the film industry as well as the truth about her fabled seven husbands.
This novel was unlike anything else I had ever read, which is why I adored it. Both historical fiction and romance are present. You can’t help but root for the characters despite how imperfect they are. And a soursweet conclusion.
I strongly advise you to read this best-selling book if you haven’t already.
2. Book Lovers by Emily Henry
One of the best romantic novels I’ve ever read is Book Lovers. I couldn’t put this book down once I started reading it. That was one of those books that I pondered even when I wasn’t holding it.
The protagonist of the novel is a literary agent who, while on vacation with her sister, unintentionally bumps into the editor who recently rejected one of her clients’ works.
I adore reading books with a publishing theme. The characters in this book are very well-developed, and the relationship has a lot of chemistry. The moral of the tale was the value of family and striking a balance between your personal and professional lives.
If you are a fan of romance, Emily Henry’s Book Lovers is the perfect read.
3. Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir
Reading Project Hail Mary was such joy. I eventually made the decision to read the book after seeing it so frequently recommended online and by my friends. And once I got going, I couldn’t stop. I read Project Hail Mary into the wee hours of the morning because I was curious about what would transpire.
When Ryland Grace awakens alone aboard a spaceship with no recollection of how he got there, the story follows him. He gradually begins to understand that his goal is to prevent the annihilation of Earth. And that he is the sole chance for humanity.
Project Hail Mary is the ideal book for you if you enjoy science fiction and are seeking for something that will make you chuckle and keep you on the edge of your seat.
4. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V. E. Schwab
It was a great experience for me to read this book. After picking it up and reading a few pages, I realized that I had been immersed in the book for several hours.
The plot centers on a young girl who strikes a deal with the devil to live eternally in France in 1714. The only drawback is that nobody will recall who she is. Suddenly, 300 years later, she discovers a person in New York who knows her name.
This book was so much joy to read. I was drawn in by the story’s intriguing premise and intrigued by the mystery.
If you’re looking for a great escape from the world for a few hours, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is a book that will take you on an entertaining adventure.
5. Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel
When I originally picked up Sea of Tranquility, I had no idea what to expect. Given how complex and detailed the tale is, I believe that is the ideal way to approach this book.
This science fiction mystery features three intertwining plotlines that span both space and time. Discovering the connections between each scenario in this book is the enjoyable part. I can still recall reading this book into the wee hours of the morning because I had to know how it would end.
The writing of Emily St. John Mandel is exquisite and intriguing. Pick up a copy of Sea of Tranquility if you want a compelling tale that will keep you guessing.
6. The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green
I usually read fiction, so I wasn’t expecting this collection of nonfiction articles to make such an impression on me.
John Green, a New York Times bestselling author, considers several facets of our human-centered globe, such as the Monopoly board game and the QWERTY keyboard. Afterwards, he rates each subject on a scale of 1 to 5.
John Green does a wonderful job as the audiobook’s narrator. I saw that I would find any pretext to continue listening. I can very clearly recall feeling motivated to do the dishes, which is something I always try to avoid, so that I could listen to more of the book.
John Green managed to inspire me to find beauty in even the most ordinary or strange things. The Anthropocene Revisited is a special collection of writings that will inspire you to perceive the world differently.
7. One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle
When I was writing at the library, I stumbled upon One Italian Summer. On a whim, I chose to read it, and I’m so pleased I did. And once I began reading it, I was unable to stop.
The narrative centers on Katy, who travels to Italy by herself (the same trip she and her mother had intended to go on before her mother passed away). Unexpectedly, Katy meets a younger, miraculously living version of her mother while she is there.
One Italian Summer is very heartfelt. It strikes a wonderful mix between somber subjects, like Katy’s sadness, and lighthearted ones, like seeing Italy’s splendor. The atmosphere and specifics in the novel were wonderful. You feel like you are traveling to Italy within the pages (and you might get a bit hungry too, with all the food descriptions).
If you’re looking for a moving contemporary story (with a dash of magic), you should read One Italian Summer.
8. Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare
I knew Chain of Gold would be a favorite as soon as I was done reading it. This is the first novel of a fantasy trilogy about a group of individuals known as Shadowhunters who battle demons in 20th-century London.
Chain of Gold is about 500 pages long, but the time just flew by. I was engaged the entire time by the story and the characters. And as soon as I finished it, I went to the library to get the next book.
If you like epic fantasies and a bit of romance, pick up Chain of Gold.
9. Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury
My favorite writing book is this one. When I started reading this book, I discovered so much. I really enjoyed learning about Ray Bradbury’s beginnings as a writer and understanding his viewpoint on producing quality fiction.
I recall purchasing the ebook just before leaving on a trip. I was engrossed in the book on the train, underlining my favorite passages and making phone notes about things I didn’t want to forget. The book is broken up into manageable, brief chapters and essays.
If you’re looking for a fantastic book about writing, look no further than Zen in the Art of Writing.
10. See You Yesterday by Rachel Lynn Solomon
I finished this book at 1 am. It was fantastic.
Bye, bye. Yesterday follows a young woman on her first day at college, during which it seems that nothing goes well. By the end, she is only eager to begin again the next day. She discovers, however, that it’s her first day of college all over again when she wakes up.
For a time loop story, this had just the appropriate amount of cheesiness. It didn’t seem monotonous. The chemistry between the key characters was fantastic. They were a perfect match for one another. I laughed a lot throughout the banter, which was also excellent. I also enjoyed delving into some more serious topics and making the general adjustment to college.
Because I picked up this book whenever I had any free time, I finished it in two days. I heartily recommend this enjoyable modern book if you enjoy stories that are reminiscent of the Groundhog Day movie.