Best literature & fiction ebooks according to redditors

We found 48 Reddit comments discussing the best literature & fiction ebooks. We ranked the 6 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Literature & Fiction:

u/KimberlyInOhio · 5 pointsr/booksuggestions

Old but classic - The Stand by Stephen King.
Apocalypse Z by Manel Loureiro
The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks has quite a lot of detail.

u/hansidm · 3 pointsr/suggestmeabook

I really like Apocalypse Z series (only read the first one, linked here) by Manel Loureiro. It is about a zombie apocalypse survival told by a regular survivor (a lawyer).

I really loved it because it starts from the beginning of the virus spread and how news channels reports it.

u/amazon-converter-bot · 2 pointsr/FreeEBOOKS

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u/i_just_want_downvote · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

You would like the book Apocalypse Z it is about a guy surviving with his cat.

u/whtisthis · 2 pointsr/india

Probably keep them for a rainy day. But will surely give harry potter another try. Was currently reading a zombies series.

u/Porcelain_princess89 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

!!books books books... but no bookmark!!
This one I've been eyeing awhile. The price dropped to 1.50 recently.

u/dragonflyjen · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

it's this and no relation to WWZ, but seems like a prequel to WWZ to me so that's what i keep thinking of it as. I have about 50 pages left of the book I'm currently reading, then back to apocalypse books!

u/Averyrain · 1 pointr/Fantasy

Hi, guys!

Goddess of the Cave (a sexy Dark Fantasy Horror novel with harem elements) is now available on Amazon! Join the young half-elf Key as he is thrust into a world of beautiful elves, eldritch woodland creatures, and political intrigue!

Gwyllen Forest is under siege.

Ten years ago, the great elven city of Firavar fell at the hands of humans. Now the elves who fled to the forest must tackle an old threat: the sickly king who once conquered their city. The Forty-Forth Regiment is deployed at the border and its soldiers prepare for battle.

The betrayal of a close friend thrusts the young half-elf Key into a world of beautiful elves, eldritch woodland creatures, and political intrigue. Faced with an old prophecy and a mysterious goddess, Key must make a choice that may alter the future of all Gwyllen Forest.

An honorable lieutenant captures an elven commander… and falls for her. When the king bestows on him the task to retrieve the wayward daughter of a powerful earl from the clutches of the elves, the arrival of a sadistic mercenary captain aggravates the situation.

Elves scheme.
Humans plot.
Ancient horrors dwell in the deep woods.

And the Goddess of the Cave whispers…

I'd greatly appreciate anyone who'd take a look. Keep in mind that you will encounter adult content.

Thank you!

u/nayohmerae · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Maybe you would like This book?

u/valhallasage · 1 pointr/books
u/Lynda73 · 1 pointr/KindleFreebies

We now have a discussion post where these types of posts should go. I hope you post there! My vote goes to Seed. It was free when I got it a while back, and I heard they are making a movie out of it!

u/sblinn · 1 pointr/audiobooks

And... another one:


Velvet Dogma By Weston Ochse, Narrated By Arika Escalona for Crossroad Press — Regular Price $19.95, Member Price $13.96 or 1 Credit, but if you buy the Kindle book for $3.99 you can pick up the audiobook version for $1.99. (Standard warning: make sure you don’t use a credit on a $1.99 title!)



I keep finding these almost randomly. This time it’s The Second Ship: The Rho Agenda, Book 1 by Richard Phillips, read by MacLeod Andrews for Brilliance Audio. Normally $13.99, member priced at $9.79, if you buy the Kindle version for $2.99 you can get the audiobook for $1.99 for a total of $4.98.



Buy the first installment of Richard Kadrey’s Sandman Slim series, Sandman Slim, for $0.99 on Kindle, get the audiobook for $4.99. Not bad, not bad at all.



There are still some weird little “sweet spots” in the Whispersync for Voice area (hopefully you grabbed the two dozen or so professionally produced audiobooks of free classics when the feature launched), where if you buy the Kindle version, you get the audiobook more cheaply. For example, when checking out some books on Amazon’s list of top 10 sf/f of the year, I found the (er… Amazon-published, like The Mongoliad and the audiobook edition of Redshirts, so Amazon has 3 of its own properties on its list, but whatever, I am digressing…) Seed by Ania Ahlborn. It’s $9.79 member priced at Audible, but if you buy the $2.99 Kindle version, you can get the audiobook for $1.99, so a total of $4.98.

First, buy the Kindle version ( and then, go back to the Kindle page and there should appear a “buy at Audible for $1.99″ option link, which automatically adds the audiobook ( to your cart, for $1.99. Just be careful and not waste a credit on it, which is by default what would happen. Uncheck and apply! Friends don’t let friends use credits on $1.99 titles.

u/5462atsar · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That's awesome! Thanks for the contest, but Don't Sue People Panda. Naughty Panda.



u/robragland · 1 pointr/zombies

For an international feel, try the Apocalypse Z series. They are available translated into English from the original Spanish.

Also, again for international/wide spread zombie settings, consider Plague of the Dead: The Morningstar Strain.

u/phaqueue · 1 pointr/zombies

I, Zombie by Hugh Howey...

It's disturbing, told from the point of view of zombies, and presents the idea that they can all still think, feel, taste and everything else as they go along but just can't control themselves. It's really graphic and disturbing, but a GREAT zombie book and an interesting take...

Apocalypse Z by Manel Loureiro

He goes for realism here and hits pretty true... Solid book and the 2nd one was just translated to English

u/geejii · 1 pointr/Suomi

The Beginning of the End (Apocalypse Z) - Manel Loureiro

Vähän perinteisestä muotista (no ainakin TWD) poikkeava zombiekirja, tykkäsin todella paljon. Jotenkin kirjoitustyyli oli itselle hyvin sopiva ja eläytyi hyvin päähenkilön mukana. Vaikka ei kirjasta uskoisi, pimeässä mökillä kun tätä luki ja oli kuumottava kohtaus, oli pakko pistää hetkeksi Kindle syrjään


u/mewfasa · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I've been hooked on colorful necklaces like this one lately. You may like them.

Here's my item!

u/paszczur · 1 pointr/zombies
u/jayhat · 1 pointr/zombies

This. That’s why I always like the first couple books in a series.

I really liked the first book and maybe the second (if I’m remember correctly) in this series. Gave me some DBDA vibes for sure. Dude was holed up in his house, scared, didn’t know what exactly was going on, making very calculated decisions, etc.

u/Mr_Biggleton · 1 pointr/stories

Just a point about the name, there are two books of the genre already by that name:

u/Ch0b0r0 · 1 pointr/zombies

You might want to read some of the amazon reviews of recent zombie novels and look for common complaints.

I recently read Apocalypse Z: The Beginning of the End and really enjoyed it. The author kept it simple with a small cast of well developed characters.

My biggest complaint in zombie books is that a character's history before the outbreak is poorly developed and generally only mentioned as an easy plot fix. I think that after the outbreak people who just met would be mentioning what survival skills and talents they had (if they were not trying to kill each other for their stuff). For example a buddy of mine has ridden motorcycles as his only means of transportation for the past several years and a couple of times a month goes to a batting cage because he misses playing baseball; these two hobbies give him an excellent chance of survival in a zombie outbreak (head to foot protection and the ability to swing a baseball for a long time). My past of childhood/teenage pyromania has given me an uncanny ability to make fire which transitioned nicely into many, many restaurant jobs so I can take care of food and almost anything that needs to be sharp. Unfortunately, we have yet to find a third friend who is actually good at finding food so we will be reduced to raiding after a very short time. Basically, I think a person's past would be the main thing keeping them alive and not the stuff they manage to loot. Walking Dead is one of the best at avoiding my biggest complaint even though, I think it could do much better.

u/ibanezerscrooge · 0 pointsr/worldnews

This is almost exactly how Apocalypse Z starts out. o_0