Most women are turned on by men who love to read. According to them, a reading man is capable of commitment, writes well, uses clean language, talks & listens and lots of positive traits. Men must read these 2016 books for men. These are only 10 but more can be read later.
- “Before the Fall” by Noah Hawley
A private plane leaving Martha’s Vineyard crashed down in the ocean; the novel moves back and forth in time, to tell the secrets of the dead passengers and two survivors—a boy and a down-on-his-luck painter. It is called the best thriller to read for 2016.
- “End of Watch” by Stephen King
Stephen King, recipients of many awards and favorites best-selling author resurrected the character of Bill Hodges, a detective retiree. He still is in pursuit of a serial killer. Meanwhile the culprit is vegetable in the ICU of hospital. He has the power to kill in the comfort of his hospital bed.
- “Gone With the Mind” by Mark Leyner
The protagonist—a semi-fictionalized alter ego of the author—used the whole novel at a reading in the court food of a mall accompanied by his mother and some fast-food employees. Using anecdotes and side comments, he narrates the full story of his life.
- “Here I Am” by Jonathan Safran Foer
Set in Washington DC, the novel follows the fall of an American-Jewish family in just a month due to divorce and tragedy affecting their lives. Meanwhile, an immense earthquake hits the Middle East and affected Israel’s political foundations.
- “More Letters of Note: Correspondence Deserving of a Wider Audience” by Shaun Usher
These are varied correspondence expressing difference messages: from the comic heroine Marge Simpson exchanging words with First Lady Barbara Bush to the sentimental farewell of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg’s last goodbye to their children before execution. It is unlike others book you have read.
- “Night of the Animals” by Bill Broun
Reimagining of the biblical story of Noah’s Ark happened one evening in 2052 London. Cuthbert Handley, who is without a home, went to the London Zoo to free the wild residents. His intention was interrupted by voices and it coincided with the suicidal mob of a cult who intended to eliminate all animals in the world.
- “Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business” by Charles Duhigg
The author focuses on productivity. He drew from the innovations in behavioral economics, neuroscience and psychology. Duhigg discovered eight key concepts to explain why some people and companies are able to accomplish much.
- “Stranger” by David Bergen
This Giller Prize-winning novel tells of a young Guatemalan woman named Iso heads northwards, travelled across tall mountains and sweltering Mexican desert. She reached a dystopian USA camp ruled by strict military fashion, in order to search for the daughter who has been stolen from her.
- “The Fireman” by Joe Hill
A strange ailment affected Americans covering the patients with black and gold marks that eventually led to their conflagration. An infected nurse tries to protect her unborn child while the avenging Fireman utilized the affliction to his own purposes.
- “The High Mountains of Portugal” by Yann Martel
Famous for allegorical novels, including the Life of, Martel set the novel in Portugal over the span of a century. He combined quest and fable, marrying the warmth and humor that resulted with amazing storytelling.