Best Books Of The Decade

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Do you like to read? If so, winter is a great time for this. Instead of dealing with the cold temperatures outside, you can snuggle up with a blanket and a great book to read. Although you have endless possibilities, here are some options that rank among the best.

The House in the Cerulean Sea

If you love a good love story, you’ll enjoy this book by T.J. Klune. Not only is it enchanting but also well-written. This book is about the experience of finding a family in the most unusual and unexpected place. In addition, it has a nice twist that you’ll love.

My Sergei

Written by Ekaterina Gordeeva, this book is about her life with her husband, Sergei Grinkov. They became two-time Olympic ice-skating champions. They began skating as a pair when she was 11 and he was 15. However, they fell in love, got married, and had a child. Sadly, Sergei passed away at the age of 28 from a heart attack.

The Guest List

When it comes to mysteries, The Guest List by Lucy Foley is an excellent book. Without going into a lot of details, it’s about a lavish wedding that didn’t go according to plan. If you’re an Agatha Christie fan, then you don’t want to pass on this book.

The Four Winds

Written by Kristin Hannah, this book chronicles a family’s struggles during The Great Depression. The star of the book, Elsa Wolcott, had rheumatic fever in her teenage years. That adds a unique flavor to the book.

Bell Hammers

If you want to read a book with a lot of twists and turns, Bell Hammers by Lancelot Schaubert is an ideal read. It’s about a man from Illinois who spent 80 years in the Little Egypt region of the state. During that time, he found himself at odds with a local oil drilling company and one of his classmates.


In this book, written by Glennon Doyle, you’ll learn about a beloved mother who passes on incredible knowledge about life to her children. Overall, it’s a perfect combination of tenderness and forcefulness.

The Glass Hotel

This riveting book is a follow-up to the series written by Emily St. John Mandel. It covers what happens after an incident involving graffiti at a Vancouver Island hotel. However, there’s more; it’s also about a Ponzi scheme that collapses and what happens in the aftermath.

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One to Watch

This inspirational book is written by Kate Stayman-London. Bea, a plus-size model fashion blogger, becomes the first in her category to join Main Squeeze, a reality television show. There, 25 single men vie for her love. The goal is for her to become engaged and, hopefully, married to the love of her life.

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