Top 5 books of 2016
1. Lean in 15: 15 Minute Meals and Workouts to Keep you Lean and Healthy, Joe Wicks
Rating on Goodreads: 4.1 /5
In his first book, Joe Wicks, otherwise known as The Body Coach, uncovers how to remove the fat in your body by eating more and exercising less. Lean in 15 highlights a hundred nutritious, and quick preparing meal recipes. It also features step-by-step guide to Joe's HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) home workouts. It uncovers the intense fat burning technique through food and exercise.
Joe Wicks is a fitness coach and Instagram sensation @thebodycoach. He has helped thousands around the globe get in shape and accomplish the body they've dreamt about with his fat-burning strategies that are proven.Joe features recipes that can be prepared in only fifteen minutes made from common ingredients everyone has at home. Follow him get a sneak peak into some of his recipes, and it’s a great way to start the New Year by eating healthy.
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2. Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, JK Rowling
Rating on Goodreads: 3.8 /5
An original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series. It's a first to be exhibited as a play in which the premiere was on July 30, 2016 at London's West End.
It's not easy being Harry Potter and it isn't much less demanding now that he is an exhausted worker of the Ministry of Magic, a spouse and father of three school-aged kids. While Harry still wrestles with his past, his youngest child Albus battles with the weight of a family legacy he's not interested in. While the past and present merge unpropitiously, both father and child realize an uncomfortable truth; once in awhile, obscurity originates from the most unexpected of places.
3. The Midnight Gang, David Walliams
Rating on Goodreads: 4.6 /5
#1 Bestseller in the category of Children’s Humour. Welcome to the Midnight Gang! Midnight is when all kids are sleeping soundly, with the exception of, obviously the Midnight Gang. This is the beginning of their adventures. Tom gets hit on the head by a cricket ball, and ends up at Lord Funt Hospital. He is welcomed by a scary looking watchman.
Things go from terrible to more regrettable when he meets the evil lady responsible for the kids' ward. However, Tom is going to leave for the most exciting adventure of a lifetime! The Midnight Gang tells a heartfelt, funny and, obviously, interesting story of five kids in a hospital ward and they're on a mission for adventure! A story about kinship and enchantment and making dreams come true.
4. The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins
Rating on Goodreads: 3.9 /5
Everyday Rachel takes the same train each morning and night. And every single time she rattles down the track, she passes a spread of comfortable rural homes. The train stops at the signal that permits her to see the same couple eating breakfast on their deck every day. She's even begun to feel like she knows them. She calls them Jess and Jason. She sees their life as great. Unlike the life, she as of late had lost.
One day she's sees something unexpected. It's just a minute before the train proceeds onward, yet it's sufficient. Not able to hush up about it, Rachel goes to the police. Will they believe her? Before she knows it she's in the middle of the investigation as well as in the lives of everybody included. Has she accomplished more damage than good?
5. Hello, Is This Planet Earth?, Tim Peake
Rating on Goodreads: 4.71 /5
The first official book by space explorer Tim Peake is an entrancing collection of more than 150 of his staggering photos that he took while on the International Space Station, a large portion of which have not been seen until recently. It takes its readers on a hypnotizing voyage through Tim's noteworthy six-month Principia mission. It's the perfect collection which shows the magnificence of our planet Earth from above.
The book is for readers of any age, and the book is attached with a personal commentary from Tim himself, brimming with his trademark warmth and appeal. The book incorporates amazing airborne photographs of cities lit up during the night, northern lights, seas, mountains and deserts. The title of the book was inspired by his well known 'wrong number' dialed a lady from his space station, and asked, 'Hello, is this planet Earth?' This book is truly out of this world!
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Sources: thebodycoach, pottermore, worldofdavidwalliams, telegraph.co.uk, theguardian, Giphy