The Best books to read in February 2015
Earlier today Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, predicting that we have an extra six more weeks of winter ahead of us. Outside of a sunny vacation, there is no better cure from the winter blues than to cozy-up with your favorite snacks and a brand-new novel to get lost in. February might be one of the shortest months of the year, but that’s no reason why you should have to suffer through it. We have a novel for everyone on our list, all you have to do is pick one or two out.
February is a very busy month in the world of publishing, and finding the right book to dedicate your evenings to shouldn’t be a chore. With dozens of new choices to shop through, we turn to the awesome team behind Amazon’s editorial staff for their top-picks for February 2015. This month they have quite a selection to choose from including, Nick Hornby’s latest novel (Funny Girl), journalist Dana Thomas’ deep dive into the lives of Alexander McQueen and Paul Galliano (Gods and Kings), a look into the history of humanity (Sapiens), and the next big WW2 novel hitting stands (The Nightingale).
You can checkout the official publication dates and details below. Each link will take you to the official description in a new window, so you can easily come back or compare books without losing your place.
|The Nightingale||Kristin Hannah||02/03/2015|
|Green on Blue: A Novel||Elliot Ackerman||02/17/2015|
|Funny Girl: A Novel||Nick Hornby||02/03/2015|
|A Kim Jong-Il Production||Paul Fischer||02/03/2015|
|A Spool of Blue Thread: A novel||Anne Tyler||02/10/2015|
|Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind||Yuval Noah Harari||02/10/2015|
|Get in Trouble: Stories||Kelly Link||02/03/2015|
|Gods and Kings: The Rise and Fall of Alexander McQueen and John Galliano||Dana Thomas||02/10/2015|
|It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War||Lynsey Addario||02/05/201|