If you’re on vacation without a book, are you really on vacation at all? After all, what’s a day at the beach without a sensational beach read? And why even travel if it won’t provide some quality reading time? As any booklover can attest, no summer break is complete without ample reading material, because when it comes down to it, vacation is wherever your book is.
Finding a good book to read shouldn’t take more than a few minutes thanks to the reviews readers leave on Amazon. Here are the 20 most-reviewed books.
Customer reviews are one of Amazon’s most valuable features. Before ever actually paying for a product — be it a $300 RoboVac or a $13 all-natural cleaner— we have access to sometimes thousands of reviews telling us how something will perform once we’re holding that something in our hands.
The best men’s style books are as diverse as men themselves. From dressing like an Italian to a book about sneakers, these are the best.
Good books have the power to transform you—and that’s as true for fiction and history as it is for books about style. While there’s no shortage of books on the subject, the best of them have the tendency to do double duty as coffee-table-worthy decorations and didactic guides on looking your best. A few also offer up compelling etymologies on specific style movements (here’s looking at you, punks and preppies) and items made famous by the best-dressed men in the world.
The fantasy genre has exploded in recent years with the popularity of hit series like Harry Potter and A Song Of Ice And Fire. Fantasy first hit its stride in popular culture with old, pulp sword-and-sorcery stories like Conan the Barbarian and sword-and-planet fare like The Princess Of Mars.
Later, J.R.R. Tolkien sparked the modern era of fantasy fiction with The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings, which in turn inspired countless other authors to pen myriad tales of magic and adventure, and even led to the advent of Dungeons & Dragons and hundreds of other tabletop games.
The following novels and series are not an exhaustive look at the best fantasy novels of all time, but rather a sampling taken from various eras from the past to the present. There are many more terrific fantasy books out there for you to read, but these are some of the essentials.
William Shakespeare left an incredible legacy on the world of literature. His work has inspired generation after generation of academics, readers, and aspiring writers. If you’re a fan of the playwright, then you’ll want to include some of the most Shakespeare-central destinations on your next itinerary.
Among the locations that were significant to Shakespeare are places that he lived in and visited, as well as locations that served as the setting for some of his most famous works. Many of the towns and cities that are known as Shakespeare attractions now offer tours and festivals highlighting his work.
Check out these 10 destinations that all Shakespeare fans need to visit.
It’s truly a great time to be a fan of true crime. With more biopics, documentaries and podcasts coming out than ever before, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to content. If like me, you’re the kind of person who likes nothing more than scaring yourself before bed, here are the seven best true crime books written by women. In a market that’s incredibly saturated by male writers, there are women out there making serious moves. Prepare for some serious spine tingles.One of the reasons I love true crime books is because an author can take a case that you feel like you know so well and flip it on its head. It’s like you’re hearing it for the very first time and is completely gripping. Women may once have been stereotyped as the fairer sex but according to Crime Reads, they’re now the ones driving what’s been dubbed as the true crime renaissance. If you can’t get enough of a good murder mystery, serial killer, or cult scandal and need a new book to take to the beach with you this summer then each of these seven read will give you the true crime fix you crave.