Here are top 100 most popular Kindle books of 2017

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The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, Mark Sullivan’s Beneath a Scarlet Sky, and the first part of Harry Potter series are top three Kindle bestsellers of 2017.

December is the usual time for end-of-year lists and all kinds of rankings. And, as usual, we are delighted to share with you the list of the most popular Kindle books.

The rankings you will see below are based on sales. The featured books are included in Amazon’s ongoing list of Top 100 Kindle bestsellers.

2017 is a year of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. This dystopian novel occupies top places in many rankings. Its Kindle edition is literally on every bestseller list, including weekly Amazon Charts.

The second best title is Beneath a Scarlet Sky, Mark Sullivan’s novel based on a true story of an Italian who, during the second world war, joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps.

The third place is occupied by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. The entire series is available via Kindle Unlimited, and five other parts of J.K. Rowling’s Hogwarts saga are also included in the Top 100 ranking.

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As you will see in the Top 100 list, as much as 82 titles are included in Kindle Unlimited. It means they are available to subscribers at no extra cost. It’s a huge jump, compared to 28 Kindle Unlimited eligible books in 2016 ranking.

There are two major reasons for such a growth of popularity of Kindle Unlimited books. The subscription becomes more and more popular among Amazon customers.

The other reason is a favorable method of counting Kindle Unlimited books as sold. The user has to read roughly the length of a free sample to make the ebook enter sales charts.

Most of the books available via Kindle Unlimited are exclusive to Amazon. You won’t find them in bookstores, and their print editions – if they exist – are not equally popular.

 

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10 best Kindle books of 2017

1. The Handmaid’s Tale

Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid’s Tale is a novel of such power that the reader will be unable to forget its images and its forecast.

Set in the near future, the novel describes life in what was once the United States and is now called the Republic of Gilead.

The story is told through the eyes of Offred, one of the unfortunate Handmaids under the new social order. In condensed but eloquent prose, by turns cool-eyed, tender, despairing, passionate, and wry, she reveals to us the dark corners behind the establishment’s calm facade, as certain tendencies now in existence are carried to their logical conclusions.

Average rating: 4.1/5, 9,605 reviews

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2. Beneath a Scarlet Sky: A Novel

Mark Sullivan

Based on the true story of a forgotten hero, USA Today bestseller Beneath a Scarlet Sky is an epic tale of one young man’s incredible resilience during one of the history’s darkest hours.

Pino Lella wants nothing to do with the war or the Nazis. He’s a normal Italian teenager—obsessed with music, food, and girls—but his days of innocence are numbered.

When his family home in Milan is destroyed by Allied bombs, Pino joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps, and falls for Anna, a beautiful widow six years his senior.

Average rating: 4.8/5, 12,850 reviews

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3. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter has never even heard of Hogwarts when the letters start dropping on the doormat at number four, Privet Drive. Addressed in green ink on yellowish parchment with a purple seal, they are swiftly confiscated by his grisly aunt and uncle.

Then, on Harry’s eleventh birthday, a great beetle-eyed giant of a man called Rubeus Hagrid bursts in with some astonishing news: Harry Potter is a wizard, and he has a place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

An incredible adventure is about to begin!

Average rating: 4.8/5, 58,334 reviews

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4. Everything We Keep: A Novel

Kerry Lonsdale

Sous chef Aimee Tierney has the perfect recipe for the perfect life: marry her childhood sweetheart, raise a family, and buy out her parents’ restaurant. But when her fiancé, James Donato, vanishes in a boating accident, her well-baked future is swept out to sea.

A luminous debut with unexpected twists, Everything We Keep explores the devastation of loss, the euphoria of finding love again, and the pulse-racing repercussions of discovering the truth about the ones we hold dear and the lengths they will go to protect us.

Average rating: 4.2/5, 11,471 reviews

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5. In Farleigh Field: A Novel of World War II

Rhys Bowen

World War II comes to Farleigh Place, the ancestral home of Lord Westerham and his five daughters when a soldier with a failed parachute falls to his death on the estate.

After his uniform and possessions raise suspicions, MI5 operative and family friend Ben Cresswell is covertly tasked with determining if the man is a German spy.

Inspired by the events and people of World War II, writer Rhys Bowen crafts a sweeping and riveting saga of class, family, love, and betrayal.

Average rating: 4.2/5, 3,511 reviews

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6. Stillhouse Lake

Rachel Caine

Gina Royal is the definition of average—a shy Midwestern housewife with a happy marriage and two adorable children.

But when a car accident reveals her husband’s secret life as a serial killer, she must remake herself as Gwen Proctor—the ultimate warrior mom.

She must keep friends close and enemies at bay to avoid being exposed—or watch her kids fall victim to a killer who takes pleasure in tormenting her.

One thing is certain: she’s learned how to fight evil. And she’ll never stop.

Average rating: 4.5/5, 7,021 reviews

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7. When I’m Gone

Emily Bleeker

Luke Richardson has returned home after burying Natalie, his beloved wife, ready to face the hard job of raising their three children alone.

But there’s something he’s not prepared for – a letter written on the first day of Natalie’s cancer treatment a year ago, which turns out to be the first of many.

As his obsession with the letters grows, Luke uncovers long-buried secrets that make him question everything he knew about his wife and their family.

Average rating: 4.3/5, 5,684 reviews

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8. Silent Child

Sarah A. Denzil

In the summer of 2006, Emma Price watched helplessly as her six-year-old son’s red coat was fished out of the River Ouse. It was the tragic story of the year – a little boy, Aiden, wandered away from school during a terrible flood, fell into the river, and drowned.

His body was never recovered.

Ten years later, Emma has finally rediscovered the joy in life. She’s married, pregnant, and in control again…

… until Aiden returns.

His body tells the story of his decade-long disappearance. The historic broken bones and injuries cast a mere glimpse into the horrors Aiden has experienced. Aiden never drowned. Aiden was taken.

Average rating: 4.3/5, 4,209 reviews

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9. Nineteen Eighty-Four

George Orwell

George Orwell’s 1984 takes on new life with extraordinary relevance and renewed popularity.

Lionel Trilling said of Orwell’s masterpiece, “1984 is a profound, terrifying, and wholly fascinating book. It is a fantasy of the political future, and like any such fantasy, serves its author as a magnifying device for an examination of the present.”

Though the year 1984 now exists in the past, Orwell’s novel remains an urgent call for the individual willing to speak truth to power.

Average rating: 4.5/5, 6,071 reviews

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10. A Criminal Defense

William L. Myers Jr.

When a young reporter is found dead, and a prominent Philadelphia businessman is accused of her murder, Mick McFarland finds himself involved in the case of his life.

The defendant, David Hanson, was Mick’s close friend in law school, and the victim, a TV news reporter, had reached out to Mick for legal help only hours before her death.

As the trial progresses, he’s disturbed by developments that confirm his deepest fears. This trial, one that already hits too close to home, may jeopardize his firm, his family—everything. Now Mick’s only way out is to mastermind the most brilliant defense he’s ever spun.

Average rating: 4.4/5, 4,124 reviews

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Top 100 Kindle books of 2017

Find below a concise list of the 100 most popular Kindle ebooks of 2017, based on sales.

Each book comes with the number of reviews, average rating, and information whether it’s available in Kindle Unlimited ebook subscription.

Top 100 Kindle best sellers of 2017

Data collected on December 1, 2017 / KU – Kindle Unlimited eligible book

# Title Author Rating Reviews KU
1 The Handmaid’s Tale Margaret Atwood 4.10 9,605 yes
2 Beneath a Scarlet Sky: A Novel Mark Sullivan 4.80 12,850 yes
3 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone J.K. Rowling 4.80 58,334 yes
4 Everything We Keep: A Novel (The Everything Series Book 1) Kerry Lonsdale 4.20 11,671 yes
5 In Farleigh Field: A Novel of World War II Rhys Bowen 4.20 3,511 yes
6 Stillhouse Lake (Stillhouse Lake Series Book 1) Rachel Caine 4.50 7,021 yes
7 When I’m Gone: A Novel Emily Bleeker 4.30 5,684 yes
8 Silent Child Sarah A. Denzil 4.30 4,209 yes
9 1984 George Orwell 4.50 6,071 yes
10 A Criminal Defense William L. Myers Jr. 4.40 4,124 yes
11 Dead Certain: A Novel Adam Mitzner 4.20 3,050 yes
12 The Letter Kathryn Hughes 4.50 4,663 yes
13 Beach Lawyer (Beach Lawyer Series) Avery Duff 4.10 3,331 yes
14 I Am Watching You Teresa Driscoll 4.50 3,189 yes
15 The Night Bird (Frost Easton Mystery Book 1) Brian Freeman 4.50 3,351 yes
16 From Sand and Ash Amy Harmon 4.70 3,707 yes
17 The Naturalist (The Naturalist Series Book 1) Andrew Mayne 4.40 3,431 yes
18 P.S. from Paris Marc Levy 4.10 2,450 yes
19 A Merciful Death (Mercy Kilpatrick Book 1) Kendra Elliot 4.50 2,286 yes
20 The Secret Wife: A captivating story of romance, passion and mystery Gill Paul 4.60 3,881
21 The Missing Ones Patricia Gibney 4.40 2,746 yes
22 Camino Island: A Novel John Grisham 3.90 6,203
23 The Unremembered Girl: A Novel Eliza Maxwell 4.30 972
24 Split Second Douglas E. Richards 4.20 5,413 yes
25 Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis J. D. Vance 4.40 8,757
26 Little Boy Lost J. D. Trafford 4.20 2,209 yes
27 The Practice House Laura McNeal 4.10 1,819 yes
28 My Sister’s Grave (The Tracy Crosswhite Series Book 1) Robert Dugoni 4.40 12,931 yes
29 The Man of Legends Kenneth Johnson 4.30 2,609 yes
30 The Hundredth Queen (The Hundredth Queen Series Book 1) Emily R. King 4.40 1,685 yes
31 A Tangled Mercy: A Novel Joy Jordan-Lake 4.60 682 yes
32 All the Little Children Jo Furniss 3.90 2,060 yes
33 A Gentleman in Moscow: A Novel Amor Towles 4.70 6,329
34 Wives of War Soraya M. Lane 4.30 2,540 yes
35 Only the Truth Adam Croft 3.40 1,015
36 Origin: A Novel Dan Brown 4.20 2,508 yes
37 The Neon Lawyer Victor Methos 4.30 6,220
38 Before We Were Yours: A Novel Lisa Wingate 4.70 3,703 yes
39 A Beautiful Poison Lydia Kang 4.20 1,718 yes
40 The Trapped Girl (The Tracy Crosswhite Series Book 4) Robert Dugoni 4.70 1,741 yes
41 And Then She Was GONE Christopher Greyson 4.00 2,706 yes
42 The Fix (Memory Man series Book 3) David Baldacci 4.50 3,136
43 Extracted (Extracted Trilogy Book 1) RR Haywood 4.00 1,307 yes
44 Hemingway Didn’t Say That: The Truth Behind Familiar Quotations Garson O’Toole 3.00 756 yes
45 Mrs. Saint and the Defectives: A Novel Julie Lawson Timmer 4.10 2,472
46 The Good Samaritan John Marrs 4.10 403 yes
47 The Halo Effect: A Novel Anne D. LeClaire 4.30 1,394 yes
48 The Gender Game Bella Forrest 4.40 2,328 yes
49 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban J.K. Rowling 4.80 58,333 yes
50 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets J.K. Rowling 4.80 58,333 yes
51 When They Come for You (Harper McDaniel Book 1) James W. Hall 4.10 1,556 yes
52 Accidentally Hers (Sterling Canyon Book 1) Jamie Beck 4.20 1,090 yes
53 The Honest Spy Andreas Kollender 4.30 597 yes
54 The Girl With No Name Diney Costeloe 4.50 1,770
55 In the Shadow of Lakecrest Elizabeth Blackwell 3.90 1,371 yes
56 Crimes Against a Book Club Kathy Cooperman 4.10 1,738 yes
57 A Man Called Ove: A Novel Fredrik Backman 4.60 15,068
58 Secondborn (Secondborn Series Book 1) Amy A. Bartol 4.40 2,162 yes
59 All the Breaking Waves: A Novel Kerry Lonsdale 4.20 1,150 yes
60 The Designer Marius Gabriel 4.20 1,122 yes
61 Pandemic (The Extinction Files Book 1) A.G. Riddle 4.20 2,095 yes
62 The Hangman’s Daughter (A Hangman’s Daughter Tale Book 1) Oliver Pötzsch 4.10 4,790 yes
63 Reason To Breathe (The Breathing Series, Book 1) Rebecca Donovan 4.40 3,983 yes
64 The Barefoot Summer Carolyn Brown 4.20 1,249 yes
65 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix J.K. Rowling 4.80 58,333 yes
66 Vicious (Sinners of Saint) L.J. Shen 4.70 1,975 yes
67 The Shack William P. Young 4.70 16,030
68 The Late Show Michael Connelly 4.40 3,382
69 Big Little Lies Liane Moriarty 4.50 15,219
70 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows J.K. Rowling 4.80 58,333 yes
71 A Quiet Life in the Country (A Lady Hardcastle Mystery Book 1) T E Kinsey 4.30 1,880 yes
72 Breakthrough Michael C. Grumley 4.40 6,736 yes
73 The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry: A Novel Gabrielle Zevin 4.40 6,295 yes
74 Say You’re Sorry (Morgan Dane Book 1) Melinda Leigh 4.60 873 yes
75 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire J.K. Rowling 4.80 58,333 yes
76 No Exit Taylor Adams 4.50 2,296 yes
77 The Winter Over Matthew Iden 4.00 1,506 yes
78 A Dark Lure Loreth Anne White 4.50 5,544 yes
79 The Things We Wish Were True Marybeth Mayhew Whalen 4.20 5,743 yes
80 The First Word Isley Robson 4.20 1,244 yes
81 The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results Gary Keller, Jay Papasan 4.70 2,219
82 The House by the River Lena Manta 4.40 571 yes
83 Signature Wounds (A Grale Thriller Book 1) Kirk Russell 4.40 1,074 yes
84 After You Left Carol Mason 4.10 852 yes
85 The Short Drop (The Gibson Vaughn Series Book 1) Matthew FitzSimmons 4.60 8,528 yes
86 North Haven Sarah Moriarty 3.30 937 yes
87 The Extraditionist (A Benn Bluestone Thriller Book 1) Todd Merer 4.00 439 yes
88 The Lioness of Morocco Julia Drosten 4.30 1,785 yes
89 The Mutual Admiration Society: A Novel Lesley Kagen 3.50 791 yes
90 The Atlantis Gene: A Thriller (The Origin Mystery, Book 1) A.G. Riddle 4.10 15,220 yes
91 Small Great Things: A Novel Jodi Picoult 4.70 6,777
92 A Shade of Vampire (New & Lengthened 2015 Edition) Bella Forrest 4.30 9,471
93 The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) Suzanne Collins 4.60 56,410 yes
94 The Midnight Line: A Jack Reacher Novel Lee Child 4.40 704 yes
95 The Rooster Bar John Grisham 3.70 1,072
96 What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions Randall Munroe 4.60 3,646 yes
97 The Butterfly Garden (The Collector Trilogy Book 1) Dot Hutchison 4.30 12,873 yes
98 Everything We Left Behind: A Novel (The Everything Series Book 2) Kerry Lonsdale 4.20 980 yes
99 Dead Lawyers Don’t Lie: A Gripping Thriller (Jake Wolfe Book 1) Mark Nolan 4.00 3,751 yes
100 The Marvelous Misadventures of Ingrid Winter (The Ingrid Winter Misadventure Series) J.S. Drangsholt 3.10 691 yes

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These Christmas deals on Kindle and Fire are almost as good as during Cyber Monday

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Amazon Fire 7 for $29.99, Kindle e-readers and bundles up to $40 off – these deals let you save on last-minute Christmas gifts.

Black Friday an Cyber Monday weekend is the best time to shop for Christmas gifts, but it’s not the last one.

Throughout December, many online stores offer deals on lots of products from several categories. Just take a look at how attractive are holiday 2017 deals on Amazon.

While most deals and special offers are now over, you can still get the most popular products at reduced prices, and – what’s even more important – get them delivered to your door before Christmas.

Have you missed Cyber Monday to buy the Kindle or Amazon Fire? Good news? Several deals are still offered on these devices. Some of them, naming only the Fire 7 tablet for $29.99, are as attractive as during the hottest shopping weekend of the year.

Below, you’ll find the round-up of deals and special offers on Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets.

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Christmas 2017 Kindle deals

 

Take a look at the Christmas 2017 sale on Kindle e-readers and Kindle bundles. We feature only the devices that can be delivered before this Christmas:

  • Top deal: save $20 on the basic Kindle – the basic Kindle is now discounted by $20 (it was $30 during Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017). The current price is $59.99, which is 25% less than the list price set at $79.99. This limited-time deal is available for all Amazon customers, not only Prime members. The e-reader is on stock, and if you order it today, you can get it before Christmas,
  • Top deal: $20 off Kindle Paperwhite – Amazon’s most popular e-reader is the best value for money. It sports the front-lighted display and comes in two colors, White and Black. The price of the e-reader is currently reduced to $99.99 from $119.99 (the cheapest version with Wi-Fi and special offers). The price cut of $20 means you keep in your wallet 17%,
  • $35 off Kindle Essentials Bundle – the bundle includes the 8th-generation Kindle e-reader with ads (worth $79.99), Amazon’s original Kindle case cover ($29.99), and Amazon 5W power adapter ($19.99). The total price is $129.97, but you can get it now for $94.97,
  • save $30 on Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle + get $15 ebook credit – in the bundle, you’ll get the latest-generation Kindle Paperwhite (only one option is available – Black), Amazon’s original leather cover, and 5W power adapter. The total value of the bundle is $179.97. With the discount of $30, you’ll pay now $149.97, which is a 17% saving. Extra $15 is saved for the purchase of Kindle ebooks – you get the credit with the purchase of the bundle,
  • save $25 on Kindle Voyage Essentials Bundle – just like any other essentials bundle, the one including the latest-generation Voyage ($199.99) includes Amazon’s original leather case cover worth ($59.99), and Amazon 5W power adapter ($19.99). There is $25 to save, and you will pay $254.97 instead of $279.97,
  • save up to $30 with refurbished and pre-owned Kindle devices – if you are hunting for good deals on devices that are not offered at reduced prices, checking out pre-owned models might be a good direction. In warehouse deals, you can find a growing number of Kindle and Fire models that are either certified refurbished or pre-owned.

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Christmas 2017 Amazon Fire deals

 

In the list below, we present all deals on Amazon Fire devices and bundles that are currently offered and that can be shipped soon enough to arrive for Christmas.

Here is a round-up:

  • Top deal: Amazon Fire 7 (2017) tablet for $29.99 – this is the lowest possible price on the entry-level Fire tablet – as low as on Cyber Monday 2017. The 2017 generation Fire 7 is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, and is offered in new bright warm colors. Its price is slashed by $20 (40% saving), from the regular $49.99, so in the end you’ll pay only $29.99,
  • Top deal: $30 off Amazon Fire HD 8 (2017) tablet – if you prefer a bigger Fire tablet, featuring the 8-inch HD display, you can get it for the Cyber Monday 2017 price – $49.99 ($79.99). The discount is $30, what makes a 38% saving,
  • save $20 on Fire 7 Kids Edition – the edition includes the 2017 Fire 7, the heavy-duty case designed for kids, the 2-year worry-free guarantee, and 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited. Your price is $79.99, down $20 from $99.99,
  • $30 off Fire HD 8 Kids Edition – again, the Fire tablet plus kid-proof case plus 2-year guarantee plus 1 year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited. The price has been slashed by $30. You can buy the device for $99.99 instead of $129.99,
  • buy two Fire HD 8 Kids Edition tablets and save $60 – the 8-inch Fire tablet with the HD display comes with a worry-free guarantee and a solid heavy-duty case. For the bundle of two such tablets (in two different colors), you can currently pay $199.98. Bought separately, they cost $259.98.

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A look back on 2017 through the 15 most read and shared posts on Ebook Friendly.

At Ebook Friendly, we spend most of the time on documenting how the culture of reading evolves in digital times.

Our readers can find here lists, tips, infographics, and fun stuff – everything that helps enjoy reading books in the times when technology begins to dominate in more and more areas of our lives.

2017 was an exciting year for book lovers. First of all, in November, ebook geeks around the world celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Kindle.

Yes, ten years have passed since the introduction of the first-generation Kindle and the Kindle Store. To show how much had happened in the world of ebooks, we prepared a detailed timeline of the Kindle, together with the accompanying infographic.

But it’s not all. In 2017, we’ve seen the introduction of iPad Pro models and the most advanced Kindle e-reader so far – the waterproof Oasis 2. Amazon Charts, the most innovative weekly bestseller lists were launched.

We’ve found for you and shared news about the Harry Potter from 1972, book benches in Poland, and the highly creative book that can be read only when it’s cold outside.

As usual, the lists and tips are the most popular kind of content.

A guide to using Kindle app on the iPad and iPhone, a detailed look at Kindle Unlimited books on the list of top Kindle bestsellers, a comprehensive overview of Kindle Oasis 2017, a refreshing list of gift ideas for the book-loving mom – these posts are just a teaser of what you can find when you start exploring Ebook Friendly right now.

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Since 2007, Kindle made millions of people rediscover the joy of reading. But it’s not only e-readers that changed the way we read. It’s the entire ecosystem that includes ebooks, services, and innovations.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Kindle, we created a detailed infographic that shows the timeline of Kindle devices and services. Look how much has happened. And it’s only ten years! ⇢ Read more.

Counting Kindle Unlimited bestsellers

 

If you are hesitating about getting Kindle Unlimited ebook subscription, this may be the ultimate argument to go for it – we’ve counted how many KU eligible books are on the list of Top 100 Kindle bestsellers of 2017.

You won’t believe it: as much 82 books are included in Kindle Unlimited. In this post, you’ll find the full list, as well as the analysis. ⇢ Read more.

Top 100 most popular Kindle books of 2017

 

December is the usual time for end-of-year lists and all kinds of rankings. And, as usual, we are delighted to share with you the list of the most popular Kindle books.

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, Mark Sullivan’s Beneath a Scarlet Sky, and the first part of Harry Potter series are top three Kindle bestsellers of 2017. ⇢ Read more.

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How reading books can make you a superhero (infographic)

Books are a blessing for the brain and body. We shared many infographics already that take a closer look at all the most important benefits of reading.

What we love in the new visual from Global English Editing is how these benefits are concluded. Isn’t it that reading, in the end, leads us to become real superhumans?

Powerful mind, a better understanding of the world and other people, reduced stress, increased creativity – all that you can achieve by picking up a book and reading it.

So much is happening to your body when you read—from your head, all the way down to your little toes. It doesn’t seem obvious at all because all this action is happening within.

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Kindle e-reader or Fire tablet? This questionnaire will help you choose

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This questionnaire, accompanied by simple tips, will help Amazon users choose which device better fits their needs: a Fire tablet or a Kindle e-reader.

When you are a satisfied Amazon customer, the decision which device to buy seems to be an easy shot.

Is it really? Things are simple only when you are an avid book reader, and need a device that will help you fight distractions and keep your eyes in good health. The only thing to do is to replace the Kindle with the newer generation from time to time.

Things become more complex when you start sharing your Kindle cloud library with other members of your family. Or when you decide to enter one of Amazon’s subscription-based services (naming only Prime).

Take a look at the questionnaire below. You may find it useful. It will help you clear some doubts referring specifically to using devices offered by Amazon and connected to Amazon ecosystem: Kindle e-readers and Fire tablets.

If you believe you still need an advice what kind of the device you need, make sure to check out the questionnaire which will help you choose between a tablet and e-reader.

To start with the Kindle vs. Fire decision, let’s have a quick look at what these two devices from Amazon are about:

Kindle e-reader – Kindle, just like any other e-reader, is dedicated to reading ebooks. Its major benefit is a black-and-white e-ink screen that doesn’t cause eye strain, letting you read books for hours. Besides ebooks, the possibilities the Kindle offers are limited.

Fire tablet – an affordable tablet with a color LCD screen, which lets you read ebooks, watch movies, play games, or listen to music. You can also use it to browse the web, answer emails, take pictures, or check out social media.

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Kindle or Fire – which device to choose?

1. What kind of books do I mostly read?

A. Text only (for instance, novels)
B. Text with pictures (for instance, cookbooks or graphic novels)

2. Do I want to read newspapers and magazines?

A. No
B. Yes

3. Do I want to avoid eye fatigue?

A. Yes
B. No

4. Do I need a text-to-speech?

A. No
B. Yes

5. Do I want to listen to audiobooks?

A. No
B. Yes

6. Do I need to read large pdf files?

A. No
B. Yes

7. Will I use this device to read books to my children?

A. No
B. Yes

8. Will the device be used by other members of my family?

A. No
B. Yes

9. Am I a member of Amazon Prime?

A. No
B. Yes

10. Am I a subscribed to comiXology Unlimited?

A. No
B. Yes

Kindle e-reader or Fire tablet – results

If you’ve chosen answer “A” more than 5 times, you will prefer the Kindle. It’s a great device for reading, and are not interested in anything else.

With more than 5 picks for “B,” you should consider getting the Fire. It’s a great, versatile device that can be used by all members of your family, enjoy the digital content of different kinds, and help make the most of your Amazon subscriptions.

Kindle or Fire – tips and rationale

Question 1

Kindle has its limitations. Small 6-inch e-paper display, the lack of audio and color, make it hard or impossible to read any digital publication that includes pictures, graphs, or animated elements.

However, if you’ve checked answer “A,” you will not regret buying the Kindle.

When books you like to read are mostly novels and other publications that contain – besides their covers – only the text, you can be sure you’ll never feel your Kindle doesn’t meet your expectations.

Question 2

Newspapers and magazines are full of colorful pictures. Their digital editions include animations, videos, and interactive elements. The size of every page is too large to entirely fit on the screen and keep the body text readable.

Navigating through pages, zooming in and out, jumping from one article to another – all this is essential to make reading a magazine or newspaper possible and enjoyable. The tablet is much better for this task. You can still do it on the Kindle, but you may find it irritating.

Therefore, if your choice for question 2 is “B,” you should get the Amazon Fire tablet.

Question 3

If you are concerned with eye strain from reading on the screen for too long (answer “A”), the obvious choice is to get the Kindle.

One of the biggest, if not the biggest, benefits of the Kindle and other e-readers is their screen. It’s using a different technology from the one have in tablets or smartphones.

The display used in the Kindle – e-ink (electronic ink), called also “e-paper” – doesn’t need a backlight to display the image. And it’s the backlight in LCD displays that causes eye fatigue. It’s the light that’s directed right into your eyes. Such a backlight display is used in Amazon Fire tablets.

No eye strain? Pick up the Kindle.

Question 4

Do you expect the device to speak to you the text of the book via text-to-speech feature, or have a possibility to navigate it via voice?

Currently offered Kindle e-readers don’t have audio, so if you want to have the chance to use text-to-speech and checked answer “B,” a better device for you is the Fire.

You can still consider the Kindle, but you need to buy an extra accessory. It’s called Kindle Audio Adapter and it enables VoiceView for Kindle. The feature lets you navigate your Kindle with text-to-speech and listen to books through connected speakers or headphones.

Question 5

For the same reason – the lack of audio – listening to audiobooks on the Kindle is not possible. Therefore, if answer “B” is what you’ve checked, the Fire tablet is the only choice.

In the Amazon ecosystem, audiobooks are provided by Audible. You can buy and listen audiobooks separately, using an Audible application on your Fire tablet.

You can also add an Audible narration to the Kindle book you already own. The smart feature called Whispersync for Voice will let you switch seamlessly between reading and listening with just one tap.

Question 6

Do you have a large collection of ebooks in pdf format? Are these academic publications or textbooks? When you check answer “B,” think twice before buying the Kindle.

By saying “large pdf files,” I mean two things. First, it’s the format of the single page in the book. Textbooks are larger than novels. Trying to fit the entire page on the 6-inch screen of the Kindle is possible but the text will become unreadable. It’s because most pdf files don’t allow the text to resize.

The second meaning is the how much disc space the pdf file takes. It could be 1 MB for a novel, but it could be 300 MB for a picture-rich academic publication.

An internal memory of the device you own will become a crucial factor when you decide to pack all your pdf ebooks into it.

The Fire tablet is a reasonable choice. You can choose between 7, 8 and 10-inch screens (for the textbooks, the larger screen the better). Most importantly, the Fire is better than the Kindle when it comes to memory – and you can expand it a few times by using a microSD card.

Question 7

For everyone who has checked “B,” a tablet is an obvious choice. It’s not that you can’t use the Kindle to read a book to a child. It’s about how entertaining this book will be.

Children’s books are about color and pictures. What’s more, digital editions of books for kids can have sound, animation, and interactive elements your child could play with. All these features can be used on the Fire, and can’t on the Kindle.

Question 8

The answer is not as clear as in other questions. It depends on which device you already own.

If it’s going to be your first Amazon device, and you are going to share it with other members of the family, a better choice is to pick up the Fire. It’s simply a more versatile device, and others may want to use it differently.

For instance, if you are an avid book reader, you will use the Kindle app. One of your kids will prefer watching videos, the other one will go for enhanced books or games.

If you own the Kindle, and your significant other also likes to read ebooks, you probably share the same Amazon account and the same Kindle cloud library. You may buy the second Kindle (it makes sense when your current one needs a replacement). If you, however, want to get two devices to access all your digital content, a better idea is to have one Kindle and one Fire. Use the e-reader for reading. Use the tablet for reading and everything else.

Question 9

Are you a member of Amazon Prime multi-benefit subscription program, or consider getting it? To make the most of what Prime offers, you should take the Fire.

Prime membership gives unlimited access to Kindle ebooks and other digital content. Yes, you can read on your Kindle e-reader the ebooks from Kindle Owner’s Lending Library.

Have you thought, however, how much you miss, if you can’t use Amazon Prime Reading?

Amazon Prime Reading gives unlimited access to a rotating selection of hot Kindle ebooks, popular magazines, children’s books, or comics. Every month you can read new editions of magazines, new comic books, and newly entered ebook bestsellers. As we already talked, the Kindle is not suitable for magazines, newspapers, comic books, and graphic novels.

Another part of Amazon Prime that can be enjoyed on the Fire, and not on the Kindle, is called Audible Channels. It’s a carefully curated selection of original programs and audio editions from top sources, naming only The Wall Street Journal or The New York Times.

Question 10

The pattern here is the same as with Prime: pick up the device that will let you enjoy your Amazon subscription to the fullest.

If you are the comic book fan and want to read more and more comics in digital format, you should pick up the Fire tablet.

What’s more, when you decide one day to subscribe to comiXology Unlimited that offers an unlimited access to over comics and graphic novels, you will find out your Fire tablet is a perfect device to enjoy them.

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Get A Better Grip On Your e-Reader – eReader Palace

Imagine you’re in the middle of a thrilling book and you just cannot put it down. You’re engrossed reading and suddenly, without you noticing, the book falls out of your hands and on the ground. Not a big problem, if it’s just a paperback. But it’s definitely a different matter if it’s a Kindle device!

Gone are the days of trudging through libraries and struggling with holding up a hardbound book to read. With the advent of e-readers like Kindle, Kobo and also iPad minis, the portability of books in the form of e-books has drastically changed the reading habits across the world. So now, you can simply switch on a Kindle and browse through the thousands of books that can be stored there, and carry it in your travels. But on the flip side, the constant pressure of holding the e-reader in our hands for an extended period of time makes this very experience difficult.

The reason behind the discomfort is that the e-reading devices have a weight of their own. Also, they have a particular dimension which you’d need to balance in order to hold it in one hand and flip the pages with the other. Hence, when you hold it in your hands for too long, your hand experiences a fatigue and the chances of you dropping the device increases. There are also instances when the device accidentally slips out of your hands because you were careless. Or if you’ve had nerve related injuries or suffer from arthritis or multiple sclerosis, holding an e-reading device in your hand is going to be quite strenuous. What you need is a support which will prevent such hand fatigue and give you a good grip on your devices, without making you strain.

And that is where LAZY-HANDS Thumbs-free grips come in! These revolutionary grips were created by Colorado inventor, Christine Potter who was frustrated with the lack of suitable products in the market to help her get better grips on her mobile devices. LAZY-HANDS Grips are patented thumbs-free grips for e-readers. The grips attach to the back of the device or its case and allow the user to comfortably and securely handle the device with just one hand without dropping it. These grips are of the finest quality and are handcrafted in America. And with these you can get a good grip on a lot more than electronic devices – like your heavy protein powder jar, for instance!

If you’re an ardent Kindle user, then LAZY-HANDS Thumbs-free grips will be your best friend for an excellent and drop-free reading experience! These thumbs free grips are available in multiple other variants for mobile phones and large tablets as well! You can browse through the extensive product line on https://lazy-hands.com/shop and save 15% on their website using the discount coupon code EPALACE until 7/30/2017. Choose the one-grip styles if you don’t switch hands. Choose from the two-grips styles if you are ambidextrous and switch hands a lot. Installs in seconds and an excellent aid for arthritis sufferers, stroke patients, hand therapy patients and those living with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, carpal tunnel syndrome and other nerve-related injuries to accomplish activities of daily living.

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Top 9 Cases for Kindle Fire HD 8 the 7th Generation (2017 Release) – eReader Palace

In June 2017, Amazon refreshed the Kindle Fire product line. The most popular model updates to the 7th generation.

Compared to the 2016 release version, the new generation mainly improves the hardware specs, while the appearance almost keeps the same.

At first, I thought I can use the 2016 version protective case on the new Fire HD 8. It turns out I was wrong.

In fact, there is a minor difference between these two models, you can check the image below.

The volume buttons and stereo jack exchange the position, if a 2016 version protective case cuts the holes separately, then it isn’t compatible with the 2017 version. If a 2016 version protective case leaves out a big hole for both the volume buttons and stereo jack, then you can use it on the 2017 version Fire HD 8.

This article contains dozens of most recommended protective cases for 2017 version of Kindle Fire HD 8.

Ztotop Folio Case for Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

Ztotop Folio Case for Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet

This handy tablet case has several special features that make it stand out among the rest. Equipped with an auto wake and auto sleep feature, the Ztotop Folio Case will automatically turn the tablet screen on when the case is opened and off when the case is shut. Designed with durable synthetic leather on the outside and soft microfiber on the inside, this case will protect your device and keep your screen clean. The magnetic clasp means you don’t have to worry about dealing with a latch or button to keep your case closed. With a pocket for a stylus, a kick stand to make watching videos easier, and an interior hand strap so you can hold your tablet one handed, this case has everything you could want. Choose from more than 20 stylish designs, including Starry night, galaxy print, and the American flag.


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For such a classic style, you have some similar choices, like this one.


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This tablet case comes with an auto wake/sleep feature that will turn your screen off and on when the case lid is closed or opened. Engineered to be slim instead of bulky, and made of durable synthetic leather on the outside and synthetic leather on the inside, your tablet will be protected and lightweight. A kick stand makes hands-free reading or video watching simple. Choose from 20 sleek and trendy designs.

Fintie Folio Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

Fintie Folio Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet

Choose from more than 30 colorful, exciting, eye-catching designs. Also equipped with an auto wake and auto sleep feature, this tablet is a smart choice for easy access. The cover flips around to form a kickstand, making hands-free reading and video watching super simple. With a smart design and durable synthetic leather, this case looks great and is extremely convenient for anyone looking for a good way to protect their tablet.


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MoKo Slim-Fit Multi-angle Folio Case for All-New Fire HD 8 (7th Gen, 2017 / 6th Gen, 2016)

MoKo Slim-Fit Multi-angle Folio Case for All-New Fire HD 8 (7th Gen, 2017 / 6th Gen, 2016)

The Case for Fire HD 8 2017 by MOKO is the durable, stylish, and high-quality item that you need to get today for your tablet. This device is also very easy to remove and install, and you will manage to do this in no time. The Case for Fire HD 8 2017 by MOKO also exudes a classy look that you will love right away. If you have to type or watch a movie, the Case for Fire HD 8 2017 by MOKO is for you because the item also comes in PU leather.


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MoKo Lightweight Slim Shell Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

MoKo Lightweight Slim Shell Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

The Case for the All-New Amazon Fire 8 Tablet by MoKo will allow you to protect your tablet quickly and easily. The item also has the lightweight design that you will love right away. This is the slim case that you have been looking for these days. The Case for the All-New Amazon Fire 8 Tablet by MoKo is truly comfortable to hold when you are just reading. The device will not hinder the operation of the functions of the tablet including cameras.


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MoKo [Honey Comb Series] Light Weight Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

MoKo [Honey Comb Series] Light Weight Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

The Case for Amazon Fire 8 7th Generation by MoKo will come in a wide array of colors that you will adore. This is the substantial gel case you need to get today where you feel that your tablet will be protected against any kind of untoward event. You will also notice that the Case for Amazon Fire 8 7th Generation by MoKo is truly superior to many gel cases out there. The Case for Amazon Fire 8 7th Generation by MoKo will make it easy for the table to hold on to the case as well. This will allow you to get true peace of mind when you need it most these days. So take action right now.


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MoKo [Heavy Duty] Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

MoKo [Heavy Duty] Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation) 

This case is designed specifically for Fire HD 8 that is perfect for seventh Generation – 2017 Release only. It has Simple access to all components and controls.it is Rugged, Dual-layer Protective Ace designed from High-Quality Material Witch withstands incidental drops, knocks and stuns. It can’t 100% stay away from the screen harm if tablet tumble from some specific stature or edge. Outfitted with strong double layer design with polycarbonate hard shell embedded with an adaptable TPU and one-layer that protects against scratch. I t has Built-in Screen Protector. Worked in Full HD premium screen defender forestalls scratches and tidy. It usually comes with Lifetime Warranty. One can get this case in varieties of colors.


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Release date August 23, 2017.

DTTO Multi-Angle Stand Case for Amazon Fire HD 8 (7th Generation)

DTTO Multi-Angle Stand Case for Amazon Fire HD 8 (7th Generation)

Designed by DTTO to completely secure and impeccably fit All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 (Exclusively designed and just perfect with the seventh Generation – 2017 discharge) Premium hostile to scratch, non-slip manufactured Leather outside, delicate micro fiber fixing with 5 dynamic hues suit your style and match the first Fire HD 8 hues. Slim design with worked in transformable multi-edge remain for sans hands seeing in scene or representation introduction Full-cover case with attractive conclusion keeps the cover safely close with simple access to buttons, ports, and cameras. Precisely fit All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet seventh era, 2017 discharge. Lifetime guarantee offered by DTTO. Look DTTO on Amazon for other tablet adornments


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Fintie Rotating Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 (7th Gen)

Fintie Rotating Case for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 (7th Gen)

Specifically designed for All-New Amazon Fire HD 8 (Seventh Generation, 2017 Release). Additionally Compatible with Fire HD 8 Previous sixth Generation (2016 Release) . Rotates 360 degrees in the case for 3 adaptable survey positions (2 scenes, 1 representation). Designed with versatile circle shrewd holder for Stylus/Pen (stylus excluded) Soft miniaturized scale fiber inside and premium engineered cowhide outside splendidly secures Fire HD 8 (seventh Gen, 2017/sixth Gen, 2016) against scratches and tidy Custom-fit back shell gives Easy clasp on application, keeps your gadget secure and gives you simple access to all ports Magnet worked in to help Auto rest/wake include.


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All-New Amazon Kid-Proof Case for Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

All-New Amazon Kid-Proof Case for Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet (7th Generation)

Here is another fire HD 8 2017 case that is a consummate child cordial partner, designed to secure all Fire HD 8 .it is just perfect with the only seventh Generation – 2017 release .it offers protection against knocks and drops. This case is truly made from a lightweight, solid, kid-safe material that is intended to protect the new tablet to their maximum. It has Easy access to buttons, ports, and cameras.


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China and the US release 48% of the world’s books (chart)

The annual report prepared by International Publishers Association (IPA) includes interesting global publishing stats.

As Quartz points out just two countries, China and the United States, release almost half the world’s books:

Of the books released in 2015 by the 25 biggest book markets, China published 28% of the total, and the US 20%.

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