Goodreads Choice Awards nominees and winners in Prime Reading
The Goodreads Choice Awards are the only major book awards decided by readers, and this year's winners will be revealed on Tuesday, December 4. While you wait to find out readers' favorite books of 2018, enjoy some of the past winners and nominees, available to read for free in Prime Reading.
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Sad Girls by Lang Leav
With summer break fast approaching, Audrey can't stop thinking about the lie she told — and its link to the tragic death of a classmate.
One reader said, "This book has me feeling every emotion from sorrow to horror to joy."
Adulthood Is a Myth: A Sarah's Scribbles Collection by Sarah Andersen
Do you dream of a life spent wearing pajamas and surfing the internet? According to this 2016 Goodreads Award winner, you are not the only one.
One reader told us, "A fun book to keep your mind off that research paper, your non-existent 401K or your rapidly aging body and creaking joints..."
the princess saves herself in this one by Amanda Lovelace
The princess, the damsel, the queen, and you — a moving poetry collection about womanhood and magic.
One reader wrote in a review, "This is one of the most poignant, funny, heartbreaking, and uplifting pieces of literature that I have ever come across."
Thor Vol. 1: The Goddess Of Thunder by Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman and Jorge Molina
When the God of Thunder falls prey to a terrible darkness, a mysterious woman will take on the mantle of Thor to defeat the Frost Giants!
One reader exclaimed, "Beautiful art, witty writing, true to the spirit of Thor. The new Thor is strong, funny, and more than worthy! Love it!"
Born Survivors: Three Young Mothers and Their Extraordinary Story of Courage, Defiance, and Hope by Wendy Holden
In this unbelievable yet true story, three remarkable women survive the disappearance of their husbands and the tortures of Nazi concentration camps to give life to their unborn children.
One reader said, "This book made me cry many times, and few times I had to stop reading and give myself a break, but it is one of those books that you want to keep reading."
Suicide Forest: A horror mystery novel by Jeremy Bates
Do ghosts really haunt the famous forest of Aokigahara, where people go for the sole purpose of committing suicide? One dark night, a stranded group of hikers will find out.
One reader told us, "This book was utterly terrifying."
Twisted by Andrew E. Kaufman
Dr. Christopher Kellan treats the world's most deranged killers. Then someone new — and strangely familiar — arrives at Loveland Psychiatric Hospital.
One reader wrote in a review, "This one keeps you guessing and going 'WHOA!'"
The Law of Moses by Amy Harmon
Abandoned only hours after birth, Moses has spent a lifetime alone and unwanted. Georgia will change that.
One reader said, "Wow this book was everything!"
Fat Girl Walking: Sex, Food, Love, and Being Comfortable in Your Skin...Every Inch of It by Brittany Gibbons
In this hilarious, soul-baring, foul-mouthed memoir, popular blogger Brittany Gibbons exposes every inch of her plus-size self.
One reader told us, "So real and so funny! I loved this book."
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Anna Katz is a writer and editor.
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Published Nov. 30, 2018