10 Books From 2021 that will Make a Perfect Gift
Going to a birthday party of a bookworm and do not know what to give? Or, are you planning to meet someone for the first time and your best options are always a book? Well, it is hard to pick a book for a book lover or even to decide which would be the best to gift someone. Here is a list of 10 books from 2021 that will make a perfect gift. This list has every kind of book from profound thinking to light-hearted reading.
10 Books From 2021 that will Make a Perfect Gift:
- People We Meet On Vacation – Emily Henry
- Detransition, Baby – Torrey Peters
- How Lucky – Will Leitch
- Apples Never Fall – Liane Moriarty
- With Teeth – Kristen Arnett
- One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston
- Harlem Shuffle – Colson Whitehead
- Win Me Something – Kyle Lucia Wu
- It’s Probably Nothing – Casey Gueren
- Do Better – Rachel Ricketts
People We Meet On Vacation – Emily Henry
Poppy and Alex, these two individuals have nothing in similar. One is a wild child and the wears khakis. One loves to roam and explore and the other loves to read books and stay at home. But because of a car share from college, these two became best of friends. They live far apart for most of the year but they always managed to take a one-week trip together during every summer, for a decade. Until two years ago, their nexus got damaged and they have not spoken since. Poppy has everything she wants except happiness she knows in her heart that the last time she was truly happy was two years ago on the trip with Alex and so she convinced him for one more vacation and now Poppy has a week to fix their relationship.
Detransition, Baby – Torrey Peters
Story of Reese who has everything the previous generation’s trans women could dream of – a job she loved, an apartment in NYC, a loving relationship with her girlfriend Amy. The only missing piece was a child. And, everything shattered when Amy detransitioned and became Ames. Reese was trying to avoid her loneliness by getting physically indulged with married men. On the other hand, Ames is unhappy, he thought living like a man is easier but that cost him Reese and he kind of lost his family by losing her. He longs to go back to Reese. When Katrina, Ames’ boss, and lover disclosed that she is pregnant but she is unsure if she wants to keep the baby, Ames found a ray of hope to go back to Reese and form an unconventional relationship. But could the three of them create a relationship?
How Lucky – Will Leitch
Daniel has a rich life in Athens, Georgia. He has a steady job for a regional airline and a few close friends. He considers himself the luckiest man even though he has experienced an unbearable disease since he was a kid – a kind of disease that has weakened him so much that he is unable to move without the help of a wheelchair. In his job, there was this woman that he sees so frequently that has almost become a part of his every day until he sees her being abducted.
Apples Never Fall – Liane Moriarty
Joy goes missing and Savannah, whom the Delaneys gave space in their home when she was at their door wounded, was nowhere to be found. The police investigate Stan, Joy’s husband. Stan claims to be innocent, but like many other spouses even he has a lot to conceal. Two of the Delaney children are unsure about their father; the other two think he is blameless. This is where the Delaneys will start recollecting and reexamining the history of their family.
With Teeth – Kristen Arnett
Sammie Lucas is afraid of her son. She is a mother and a young wife living in Central Florida. There are certain alcohol-fueled efforts to connect with her wife Monika and son, Samson. Sammie feels like she lives a three-dimensional life.
One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston
23-year-old August met her subway crush Jane but the problem is that she just does not look like an old school punk but she is displaced in time from the 1970s and now August will do everything to help her.
Harlem Shuffle – Colson Whitehead
This is an ultimate love letter to Harlem. The themes of this novel are social issues like race and power and morality. It is a family saga covering the tale as a novel of a crime genre.
Win Me Something – Kyle Lucia Wu
Willa Chen never quite fit in being a Chinese-American girl in her mostly white school. Her parents got divorced and started their own separate lives and Willa started growing alone as an outsider in their lives. When she starts working for the Adrien’s, as a nanny for the daughter of a rich white family in Tribeca. Bijou the daughter is somehow similar and somehow not from Willa.
It’s Probably Nothing – Casey Gueren
This book is an exploration of the reasons behind things that causes body stress, tricky marketing strategies to overhyped headlines, and a perplexed healthcare system. It reassures readers that their body and health concerns are valid but it does not have to be something to overstress or overthink about.
Do Better – Rachel Ricketts
Rachel Ricketts in his book addresses sensitive factors like anti-racism. This book will help the readers to get a profound understanding of white supremacy and how to fight against it from inside and out. It will cautiously make the readers comprehend the rage, conflict, and grief that naturally occur while fighting against oppression.
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