Top 10 Books for Christmas
The Northern Lights team have come up with some literary ideas for your book-loving family and friends. Check out our top 10 books for Christmas.
1. The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins.
This book is also on the top 10 list for 2015 by all of us at Northern Lights but it’s also a great buy for Christmas. It’s a popular book and very well known.
2. Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee.
This book is the second on our top 10 list for 2015 too! It’s the sequel to To Kill A Mockingbird and if you liked that, then this book certainly won’t fail to match expectations.
3. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.
A Christmas classic that has stood the test of time. There’s nothing more to be said about this splendid story of Scrooge and his transformation. If you haven’t read it yet or have a Dicken’s fan in your life then it’s a great gift!
4. Get Even by Martina Cole.
If you want a thrill in your life then Martina Cole’s Get Even is the way forward. With the right amount of thrill to send shivers down your spine, you’ll find you want more after finishing the book. A tale of revenge and mystery – something to take you away and leave you wondering.
5. Any book by Terry Pratchett.
This should have been singled down to one book, but since the author passed away, his books have become even more popular in his wake. A few books that spring to mind are The Shepherd’s Crown and A Blink Of The Screen.
6. The Game Of Thrones Book Set by George R R Martin.
Game Of Thrones has not only become a success on screen but it has also become a success in literary terms too. Why not treat yourself or a loved one to all seven books to keep them occupied on their very own throne – the sofa!
7. The Ladybird Book Collection by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris.
Ladybird have brought out a series of Ladybird Books for Grown-Ups. With titles ranging from The Ladybird Book of Mindfulness to The Ladybird Book of Dating. If you want to add a bit of humour to your gift then this might be a book to go for!
8. The Girl With No Past by Kathryn Croft.
A gripping thriller that provides you with one of the most psychologically challenged rides of your life. If you or your loved one like Gone Girl and The Girl On The Train, then this is a great book to choose to fill up that hole in your life.
9. Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need To Know.
The sixth instalment to the Star Wars film franchise has many fans excited (which may be an understatement!). If you or your loved one don’t know everything, then it may be a good idea to start at Christmas. Make it your New Years Resolution!
10. Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites by Mary Berry.
To add a little spice and a pinch of cinnamon to the mix, we decided to add Mary Berry’s cook book. The Great British Bake Off sweetened us up so why not carry that on into 2016 with her book!
What books do you have on your Christmas list?