Still, stuck with your ‘to-read list? Well, in case you are looking for new ones to motivate you, here is a list of 15 bestselling books of 2021 that you should never miss.
15 Bestselling Books of 2021 That You Should Never Miss:
- The Four Winds – Kristin Hannah
- The Lost Apothecary – Sarah Penner
- The Push – Ashley Audrain
- Klara and the Sun – Kazuo Ishiguro
- The Last Thing He Told Me – Laura Dave
- Malibu Rising – Taylor Jenkins Reid
- The Rose Code – Kate Quinn
- People We Meet On Vacation – Emily Henry
- Concrete Rose – Angie Thomas
- One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston
- Outlawed – Anna North
- This Close to Okay – Leesa Cross-Smith
- Crying in H Mart – Michelle Zauner
- Aftershocks: A Memoir – Nadia Owusu
- Last Call: A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New York – Elon Green
The Four Winds – Kristin Hannah
A book that portrays a generation through a woman – This book speaks about the ways of the world through the Great Depression and the rush for the American Dream.
The Lost Apothecary – Sarah Penner
Concealed in 18th century London, an undisclosed apothecary store for certain kinds of clients – an enigmatic name Nella has been spread across the city that trades special kinds of poisons to use against domineering men. But what happens to the store when a 12-year-old makes a deadly mistake? And how historian Carline Parcewell’s fate collides with this apothecary store – makes this novel thrilling and bestselling.
The Push – Ashley Audrain
A brilliant story of motherly love and parenthood – Blythe is a warm mother who loves Violet, the daughter she never had. But the mother starts to question things about her daughter but ends up questioning her sanity. What will happen when the truth discloses?
Klara and the Sun – Kazuo Ishiguro
Klara and the Sun is an unusual story from the perspective of a memorable narrator, who explores the primal question of love and being loved.
The Last Thing He Told Me – Laura Dave
A fascinating book by Laura Dave that will compel you to go on till the last page – how 16-year-old Bailey sets out to find her missing father with her stepmother Hannah and ends up finding something they could not have imagined.
Malibu Rising – Taylor Jenkins Reid
You get to read a theatrical television series because the book is all about celebrities, supermodels, photographers, tennis players, and more. The novel is about how a single night changes this celebrity family and what they are going to prioritize after this night.
The Rose Code – Kate Quinn
A novel focusing on three women who are engaged with Bletchley Park during the time of WWII as code breakers – what makes it more interesting is the fact that some of these characters are based on real-life people.
People We Meet On Vacation – Emily Henry
The book centering Poppy and Alex, two best friends who have nothing in similar yet got along pretty well and managed to keep up a long-distance friendship not until one year when they lost that bond. After two years Poppy convinced Alex to go on another vacation, which was their thing but what went wrong?
Concrete Rose – Angie Thomas
This young adult fiction is about getting in terms with self-identity. It focuses on a man who had a great and smooth life until he gets familiar with the fact that he is a father. How he takes care of his responsibility and his life in general after losing a loved one and having a baby is fascinating to read.
One Last Stop – Casey McQuiston
One Last Stop is a wlw romance, with a lot of heart, humor, dreamy and thoughtful plot where August wants to save Jane with everything in her power.
Outlawed – Anna North
Outlawed is an impressive story as it not only presents a young woman’s life and her strength but also portrays America from a detailed point of view.
This Close to Okay – Leesa Cross-Smith
This Close to Okay is a therapeutic book, centering on recently divorced Tallie and a man named Emmett. The first time Tallie met Emmett, he was standing at the periphery of a bridge. How the story turns out and how the human connection helps both of them to heal is uplifting to read.
Crying in H Mart – Michelle Zauner
This story deals with the author, who is an Asian American woman who always had plenty of hurdles in life, her mother’s high expectations, aching adolescence, searching for a job but she also shared certain treasured memories of her mother and her bonding with grandmother’s home. But when her mother got diagnosed with terminal cancer she questioned her identity.
Aftershocks: A Memoir – Nadia Owusu
A very tragic read focusing on the main character Nadia – who got abandoned by her mother, her father had to move out often, what bothered her was their reappearing and disappearing in her life. There was no fixed person in her life. Later when her father died when she was 13 her stepmother chose to disclose a few secrets and how she handles herself in New York is for the readers to find out.
Last Call: A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New York – Elon Green
This book is a true crime story based on The Last Call Killer, who was a serial killer. The book focuses on him, his victims, and the pursuit to find him.