The Best Android eBooks

The possibilities for adventure, inspiration, or learning are limitless in the world of books. And with an Android ebook, access to this world is cheap and in your pocket at all times.

In fact, perhaps one of the most fantastic features of Android tablets is that you can store thousands of Nook Android eBooks on your device. There is a variety of books available for Android tablet users to buy on the Google Playstore. The only difficulty really is how to choose.

Here is our list of top recommended books for any mood that takes you. Just make sure that you have taken your Nook Android Tablet with you.


I Want to Be Inspired:

The Diary of a Young Girl: Anne Frank
Perhaps one of the most inspiring books out there, this diary is of the young, opinionated girl growing up as a Jew in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam. The book is a heart-wrenching and hard-hitting look into the life of a highly intelligent and insightful teen attempting to live a normal teenage girl’s life in the dangerous Second World War environment. It is her courage, the truth told and her insight that will leave you inspired.

12 Years a Slave: Solomon Northup
After the recent success of the film inspired by the book, this hard-hitting literature is now a New York Times Bestseller.
It will inspire you to be strong and truly resilient as you experience the harrowing story of slavery in the 19th Century. It will inspire you to see just how far we have come, and show you a moving picture of human kind.

I’m Feeling Ambitious:

Profiles in Leadership: Historians on the Elusive Quality of Greatness: Walter Isaacson
Pretty much any role in society, whether professional or social, requires an element of good leadership, whether it is your title or not. But what makes a good leader? Harness your ambition and find yourself in the many great leaders in history. This book takes a deeper look at what made great leaders great, and who they were. Are you ready to write history yourself?

I Want to Escape It All:

Walking the Amazon: 860 Days. The Impossible Task. The Incredible Journey: Ed Stafford
Electric eels and alligators, this story couldn’t drag you any further away from home and normality- depending on where you live of course. If mundane daily life is becoming too much of a slog, and an escape into a faraway land is what you are looking for, you have come to the right place. In 2008, Ed Stafford began his great journey walking in one of the most ruthless, harsh and awe-inspiring lands in the world and now lives to tell the tale. It will blow you away, and you may just be grateful for your sofa when you’ve finished. Perhaps life isn’t too bad after all. Or maybe your feet will get itchier? Anyway, this book escapes reality.


I Want to Learn Something New:

Mindhacker: 60 Tips, Tricks, and Games to Take Your Mind to the Next Level: Ron Hale-Evans Marty Hale-Evans
Are you looking for a good challenge? Are you in need of making your brain work harder? Mindhacker is a killer, interactive book that will get your neurons zapping. The book includes tricks, tips and games that lead you to understand, apply, and then practice how your mind can work beyond its current average use, and at maximum capacity. The great thing about this eBook is that you can keep coming back to it; it’s a bible for your mind, food for your brain.

I Need a Pick-Me-Up:

Happier at Home: Kiss More, Jump More, Abandon a Project, Read Samuel Johnson, and My Other Experiments in the Practice of Everyday Life: Gretchen Rubin
Rubin is perhaps the leader in all matters of happiness. This book is a great addition to her series of books about how to improve your overall happiness; the book itself will leave you feeling uplifted. After her success with New York Time’s Bestseller – The Happiness Project – this book offers many more practical tips to develop the most important part of your health: your mental health. Not just a self-help book, Rubin means business, and takes happiness very seriously. You’ll reap the benefits of this book way after finishing.

I Am In the Mood to Laugh:

The Funny Thing Is…. Ellen DeGeneres
The funny thing about this book is that much loved talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres talks in a funny way about her ability to be funny. There’s a lot of funny there, and it may seem like it will make your head spin. But Ellen uses her usual wit and succinctly expressed insight to deliver this labor of love in an e-book, that will not only make you laugh as you’d expect, but will also give you an insight into the mind of the funny lady herself.

By Aakash

Aakash Chaudhary is an avid blogger by interest and an Technology expert by passion. His deep intake in latest web technologies, web design and development can easily be made out through his articles and blogs(DezineRobotics and TechNoidz). You may follow him on Twitter @DezineRobotics or befriend him on Facebook

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