What Are The Best Books To Read? Find Out Now!

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Check out our favorite reads! Here at PBR, we spend a lot of time reading books and browsing book reviews searching for great reads we can bring to our community. We want our site to be a haven for avid readers and Book Clubs.

When we first started, our idea was to make it easy for readers to find good books. Because the most popular books are not necessarily the best books, and tons of fantastic books go unnoticed.

“Reading is the sole means by which we slip, involuntarily, often helplessly, into another’s skin, another’s voice, another’s soul.”

– Joyce Carol Oates

What are the best books to read?

There’s nothing better than getting lost in a book, but there’s nothing more frustrating than not being able to find one! No one likes reading stellar reviews and then being disappointed because they were not the page-turners promised.

Helping our readers find books is what we strive to do, always. PBR aspires to be a one-stop resource for all avid readers. We have an extensive Book Club Section which offers discussion questions, reviews, author websites, and more. There’s a wealth of information there and we feel, everything you need to prepare for your Book Club meeting.

Our Reader’s Favorite section is where our community shares their latest favorite book and is an excellent way to find that hidden gem!

Where do you find your next read?

First, let’s talk about financing your reading habit. It’s another area we want to help you manage because reading can be pretty expensive, especially if you’re buying all your books. Using the library can help along with exchanging books with friends, but sometimes you just need a book and you don’t want to wait.

Amazon has excellent Kindle daily deals, but they’re only for 24 hours, so you have to be quick!

We thought this is something we could help you with so, we’re starting a new email list for anyone interested in receiving our Amazon Kindle Daily Deals recommendations. We’ll only send out the email if we like the book, so we do not promise a daily email. We hope to save you time and money.

In the meantime, browse our site for your next read. Below are several new books we’re adding to our PBR Favorites Book List. This is a list of our favorites and we promise will be page-turners! Check back often as we’re always adding to the lists!

PBR Favorite Books

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We Were The Lucky Ones by Georgia Hunter 

Why we like it: It’s beautifully written, has inspiring characters, and draws you in emotionally. If you like historical fiction, this is an excellent choice. Read our review here or the book jacket here.

The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Why We Like It: There are many twists and turns you won’t see coming, but be warned, the first twist is positively brilliant.  It’s also excellent as an audio listen. Read our review here or the jacket cover here

If The Creek Don’t Rise by Leah Weiss

Why We Like It: We love character-driven novels, and all we can say is this one is fabulous! Read our review here or the jacket cover here.

The Stolen Marriage by Diane Chamberlain

Why We Like It: Diane Chamberlain also creates an amazing sense of time and place and she totally captures the bigotry and prejudices pervasive in the South during this period. Read our review here or the jacket cover here

The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff

Why We Like It: It’s about a group of ordinary women who do extraordinary things. The women were amazing and clearly ahead of their time tackling a dangerous job meant for a man during WWII. Read our review here or the jacket cover here.

The Darkest Child by Delores Phillips

Why We Like It: Book clubs will love this book because it has lots of discussion-worthy topics; race issues, child abuse, poverty, and education. Read our review here or the jacket cover here.

For more book suggestions, check our post on Our Top 10 Books here

Happy reading!


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    Martha Camire

    I am co-chair of our book club and I’m always looking for interesting reads to recommend.

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