Are you still looking for new eBooks on Nook this year? Here we list out the best 7 new Nook Books for your reading. And luckily you are available to download those new eBooks to an open format for share & backup without any limits by using a magic program, which we will introduce later. Without further ado, let's get started.
Best 7 New eBooks on Nook in 2020
1. Such a Fun Age, by Kiley Reid (G.P. Putnam’s Sons, December 31, 2019)
Brief Introduction: A young black babysitter takes a white child on an evening run to a fancy supermarket in Philadelphia. When a security guard accuses her of kidnapping the kid, she tries to assert her rights skillfully. This sets the stage for what the New York Times called a “provocative but soapy” exploration of race and class and what it means to raise someone else’s children. We're all familiar with the phrases white privilege and race relations, but rarely has a book vivified these terms in such a lucid, absorbing, graceful, forceful, but unforced way.
2. Uncanny Valley, by Anna Wiener (Macmillan, January 14)
Brief Introduction: Author Anna Wiener left her book-publishing job to pursue a career in the tech industry back when start-ups were revered for their possibilities. But all IPAs and cold brew on tap and open-plan offices filled with precocious future billionaires still dressed as children. In this eBook, gossipy memoir, Wiener details how the absurdities of the culture of tech companies helped to mask larger, looming problems: the lack of regulation that allowed tech companies to amass monstrous amounts of wealth while eroding the privacy of ordinary citizens.
3. Real Life, by Brandon Taylor (Riverhead Books, February 18)
Brief Introduction: Wallace, a biochemistry student from Alabama at an unnamed contemporary Midwestern university, he reluctantly meets up with friends from his program to celebrate the last weekend of summer. But in this weekend, his friend Miller unexpectedly admits a sexual interest in Wallace. Over the following two days, Wallace and Miller awkwardly begin a secret, volatile sexual relationship with troubling violence between them at its margins......
4. Docile, by K.M. Szpara (Tor, March 3)
Brief Introduction:Set in a near-future America where pharmaceuticals are used to induce sexual submission, 21-year-old Elisha Wilder sells himself into sexual slavery as a Docile to erase his parents’ crushing debt. Alexander Bishop, 30-year-old heir to the fortune behind the memory-erasing, compliance-ensuring drug Dociline, buys Elisha for a life-term to prove to his family that he shares their values and is ruthless enough to head the company. Later, as Elisha begins to cave under Alex’s training, their relationship evolves into something resembling a romance, baffling both Elisha’s family and Alex’s elite social circle.
5. Recollections of My Nonexistence, by Rebecca Solnit (Viking, March 10)
Brief Introduction: As a teen, Solnit fled a volatile home life to forge her path. She rented an apartment in a black neighborhood and acquired a writing desk from a friend who was nearly murdered by an ex. While in graduate school, she worked at a museum—which informed the writing of her first book, Secret Exhibition—and struggled to be heard in a world that favored male writers. In fluid, vivid prose, she recalls the terror she experienced while walking the streets alone, not knowing if she’d be attacked or raped, and considers how negative representations of women in art affect creative output.
6. The Glass Hotel, by Emily St. John Mandel (Knopf, March 24)
Brief Introduction: Operates in the same universe as the one in which a “Georgian flu” wiped out over 99 percent of the world’s population in just a few weeks; The Glass Hotel is set years before all that action, but it’s just as riveting. It kicks off with a woman tossed overboard from a shipping freighter and a bizarre act of vandalism at a remote Vancouver Island hotel, and then delves into a long- tentacled Ponzi scheme that eats up the lives of everyone it touches.
7. Godshot, by Chelsea Bieker (Catapult, April 7)
Brief Introduction: God glitter is just about the only thing that’s abundant in the California town of Peaches, where a drought has killed crops and dulled the landscape. Its citizens need a miracle to bring rain back to the land, and many put their faith in a charismatic pastor with a penchant for wearing sequined capes and tossing around gold drugstore glitter as if it were holy. A girl named Lacey May Herd who is brought up to believe that suffering brings you closer to God. When Lacey May is forced to live with her grandmother after her troubled mother abandons her, she must reckon with the pastor’s grand plan for Peaches and the damaging ways we choose to satisfy our thirsts.
Download Best New eBooks on Nook for Share & Backup
As we all know, we can only read our purchased eBooks via the Nook app logging in our own account, and we can not directly transfer and share our Nook Book collections because of its encryption. In other words, the alleged “download” is much like a rental service. So how can we really download our Nook Book library as needed? The following will show you a magic tool, PDFMate eBook Converter, to help you fix this question.
PDFMate eBook Converter is a powerful eBook program, featured with a clear, concise and powerful interface, to accurately help users convert eBooks from Kindle, Adobe, Kobo & Nook into open formats like EPUB, Mobi, PDF, TXT, AZW3, as well as KFX. Furthermore, it also supports to edit all the important and useful meta information before conversion, including title, author, publishing date, publisher, etc. With it, you will be empowered to convert any Nook Books to unrestricted files for watching on all devices with freedom.
eBook Converter Pro.
The most powerful eBook converting tool, specially designed for users to remove DRM from Kindle, Adobe, Kobo, Nook eBooks and convert them to various formats, including EPUB, MOBI, PDF, AZW3, TXT and KFX effortlessly.
The following will be a detailed tutorial, please download PDFMate eBook Converter first before getting started.
Step 1: Add Nook Book to PDFMate eBook Converter
Open PDFMate eBook Converter and connect your Nook eReader to computer. Then click 'NookPC', the program will automatically detect and list all your book collection in the left panel, now you can select books to convert. Or click the 'Add Files' button on the top left corner, you can also import Nook books from computer to the program.
Step 2: Select Output Setting
Click the "V" icon on the bottom and select the output format for your eBooks, here please choose your preferred output format. And please click the 'Setting' button on the upper right corner to customize the output path for the converted eBooks.
Tips: You can also click the "Edit" button to edit all the important and useful meta information before conversion, including title, author, publishing date, publisher, etc.
Step 3: Start Converting Nook Book
After selecting the settings, please directly click the "Convert" button, then PDFMate eBook Converter will start converting the selected Nook Book quickly.
When the conversion is complete, you can find your converted Nook Book by clicking the 'history' button.
With PDFMate eBook Converter, you can freely download and transfer all Nook Books to any devices for reading or saving. Anyhow, PDFMate eBook Converter will always be your best choice.
Note: The free trial version of PDFMate eBook Converter enables users to convert one book at a time. You can unlock the limitations by purchasing the full version. Of course, it is suggested to download the trial version first to test whether it meets your needs for converting.
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