22 Free Books on Amazon Prime

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Amazon is one of the best services ever—at least, that’s what I believe. You can shop, listen to music, and also read books using Amazon’s services! Especially if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you get additional benefits. One of the benefits of being an Amazon Prime member is Prime Reading. The program provides unrestricted access to Audible audiobooks, comic books, periodicals, and various Kindle books that customers have selected. Here, I will explore 22 free books on Amazon Prime.

With Amazon First Reads, a service for Prime members that gives early access to a selection of new books one month before they are officially published, literary trendsetters can access titles before they print. And for those always looking for their next great read, Prime Reading provides a constantly-changing collection of thousands of books, magazines, comics, quick reads, audiobooks, and other materials at no extra cost to a Prime membership.

Amazon Prime members can get free books to read through the Prime Reading program, which grants members access to a library of more than 2,000 novels. Imagine it as a public library that is only accessible to Prime subscribers. Simply sign into your Prime account and visit the Prime Reading website to view the collection. No Amazon device is necessary; you can install the free Kindle app from Amazon on your Kindle, tablet, or smartphone.

I m sure you all are already excited. Don’t worry. I won’t take much more of your time having small talk. Let’s dive into it!

22 Amazing Yet Free Books on Amazon Prime

1. Revolution 2020

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Full Title: Revolution 2020

Author: Chetan Bhagat

Genre: Fiction

Publishing Date: 2011


There lived two brilliant guys in a tiny town in India. One sought to use intelligence for financial gain. One wished to incite a revolution with his intellect. The issue was that they shared a love for the same girl.

Welcome to Revolution 2020, the tale of Gopal and Raghav, two childhood friends who battle to succeed and find love in Varanasi—no small task in an unfair society that rewards the corrupt. Raghav tries to fight the system, while Gopal submits to it. Who will prevail?

2. What Young India Wants

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Full Title: What Young India Wants

Author: Chetan Bhagat

Genre: Nonfiction

Publishing Date: 2012


“What Young India Wants” is based on Chetan Bhagat’s extensive experience as a successful writer and motivational speaker. He analyzes some of the complex problems that modern India is experiencing, provides answers, and encourages discussion of them in plain, basic language with tremendous insight.

Finally, he poses this crucial query: How can things ever change unless we can all agree on what has to be done to improve our nation?

3. The Girl Next Door

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Full Title: The Girl Next Door

Author: Jack Ketchum

Genre: Crime Fiction

Publishing Date: 1989


Suburbia. Comfortable homes, well-kept lawns, and streets surrounded with trees and shade. A pleasant, peaceful location to grow up. Unless you’re Meg, a teenager, or Susan, Susan’s disabled sister. Meg and Susan are held captive by a distant aunt, rapidly slipping into madness on a dead-end street and in the dank, dark basement of the Chandler home.

All three of her sons eventually get the lunacy, followed by the entire community. Only one timid, confused boy stands between Susan and Meg and their gruesome, horrible deaths—a little youngster who must make a serious decision.

4. Wake Up, Life is Calling

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Full Title: Wake Up, Life is Calling

Author: Preeti Shenoy

Genre: Fiction

Publishing Date: 2019


Ankita has battled a mental illness, gone through hell, and avoided suicide twice. With her devoted parents by her side in Mumbai, everything seemed perfect. She doesn’t take any medication. She attends a college she adores and is enrolled herself in ideal subject i.e., creative writing and, embraces having a “regular life” for the first time.

However, there is turmoil developing underneath the surface. She is drawn in, consumed by, and plunged into horrific darkness by a book she finds in the college library, which twists and rips her apart. She is further troubled when a former boyfriend reappears, which makes things worse.

5. The Hive

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Full Title: The Hive

Author: Gregg Olsen

Genre: Psychological thriller

Publishing Date: 2021


Police officer Lindsay Jackman is investigating the killing of a young journalist discovered at the bottom of a ravine in the Pacific Northwest. Soon after, Lindsay discovers the victim was working on an exposé. A charismatic wellness guru who has drawn millions into her euphoric orbit is her subject—according to Marnie Spellman, a swarm of bees lifted her off the ground and toward the sun when she was a young child, illuminating her spiritual connection with nature.

Based on this incredible occurrence, Marnie founded a cosmetics empire and became a legend, healer, and queen of holistic health and everlasting beauty. An intimate group of followers known as the Hive is a part of her inner circle. They divulge Marnie’s success strategies, including one that was kept a secret for 20 years.

Lindsay focuses her investigation on Marnie and the former Hive members because they are both adamant about keeping her in the dark about their secrets and maintaining their status. Lindsay is determined to learn the group’s potentially fatal mysteries.

6. Boyfriend Material

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Full Title: Boyfriend Material

Author: Alexis Hall

Genre: Romance novel

Publishing Date: 2020


Unwillingly and incidentally, Luc O’Donnell is famous. When he was a child, his rock star parents divorced, and the father—whom he has never met—spent 20 years cruising in and out of rehab. Since his father is now making a comeback, Luc is again in the spotlight, and all it takes is one embarrassing snapshot to wreck everything.

Luc needs to find a friendly, normal relationship to improve his reputation, and Oliver Blackwood is about as lovely and normal as they get. He is a lawyer, a devout vegetarian, and has never caused a scandal—or, to put it another way: ideal boyfriend material.

Unfortunately, Luc and Oliver have little in common other than that they are both gay, single, and desperately seeking a partner for a significant event.

So they agree to be (false) boyfriends for the sake of the media until the situation is resolved. They might go their separate ways and act as if nothing happened. However, the thing with fake dating is that it can resemble actual dating quite a bit. You get accustomed to someone when it happens. Begin to fall for them and want to keep them forever.

7. Naomi’s Gift

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Full Title: Naomi’s Gift

Author: Martha Hall Kelly

Genre: Historical Fiction

Publishing Date: 2022


This chilling short story by New York Times bestselling author Martha Hall Kelly explores the greatest and worst aspects of humanity via a woman’s life-altering revelation following her mother’s passing. Aldona discovers a tin containing old letters from a prisoner at Ravensbrück, a concentration camp for women in northern Germany, after her mother’s passing.

She unearths the heartbreaking tale of a small group of women who risked their lives to hide a baby girl from the soldiers amid the tales of everyday privations and humiliations in the camp. This narrative of bravery and sisterhood amid one of the darkest periods in human history shakes Aldona to her very core.

8. A Wild Rose

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Full Title: A Wild Rose

Author: Fiona Davis

Genre: Historical Fiction

Publishing Date: 2022


In her daring short fiction of creative aspiration in 1950s New York, New York Times bestselling author Fiona Davis depicts a struggling concert pianist looking for new inspiration in the hidden back passageways of Carnegie Hall. At the pinnacle of her career, Grammy-winning pianist Gloria Banderas is forced to postpone a sold-out Carnegie Hall performance due to an odd illness.

The same day, she makes a buddy who lives in one of the many independent artists’ apartments above the theatre. Gloria relocates into an empty studio and recovers among the poets, photographers, and dancers who struggle to make a livelihood via their work, her career, and her marriage at an impasse. Gloria must choose which aspects of her life are worth fighting for as the temptation to return to her former routine grows stronger.

9. A Scandal in Brooklyn

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Full Title: A Scandal in Brooklyn

Author: Lauren Wilkinson

Genre: Mystery

Publishing Date: 2022


Tommy Diaz is drawn back into the orbit of Irene Adler, an old friend with an eidetic memory, a passion for true-crime podcasts, and a talent for solving the impossible as a result of a top-secret project at a restricted virtual reality complex.

And this? In a far-off warehouse, a VR experiment goes wrong when a voluntary test subject passes away from an allergy after being stung by a fictitious bee while alone in the observation room. Irene relies on hints, concrete evidence, and a level head, while the tech giant funding the research believes in the persuasiveness of the absurd. How simple can it be in a scenario this odd, though?

10. We Are Bone & Earth

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Full Title: We Are Bone & Earth

Author: Esi Edugyan

Genre: Historical fiction

Publishing Date: 2022


Award-winning author Esi Edugyan provides a vivid, distinct take on a lesser-known aspect of the West African slave trade in this heartbreaking short story about one girl’s hunt for her missing brother. Sisi, a West African girl with a language talent, served as a translator for her English captors at a fort in Cabo Vermelho in 1779.

She and her younger brother were separated after being taken from their town by the ahosi, solid female warriors that serve a nearby king. She has never fully recovered from her inability to protect her younger brother. Sisi needs to find her voice when unexpected news reaches the fort for the sake of her brother and herself.

11. After She Left

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Full Title: After She Left

Author: Claire Amarti

Genre: Mystery

Publishing Date: 2021


Missing is Abigail Gibson. The day after Christmas, she leaves her house in the shady Westchester, New York, neighborhood, leaving a bizarre letter on the kitchen table. Sam is her eleven-year-old son. Her sister Gillian can hardly believe it when she receives the call.

Although Abigail has always been untrustworthy, she hasn’t acted this way in ten years—not since Sam was born. As she waits to learn more about Abigail’s location, Gillian is now alone to care for Sam.

However, Gillian’s family life isn’t doing so well either. Her husband’s strange behavior and frequent late-night drinking make her question her marriage in ways she never imagined.

Gillian is obliged to consider the two essential questions: what secrets is her sister revealing given that Abigail has not made an appearance in the interim? And will she ever return?

12. The Other Emily

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Full Title: The Other Emily

Author: Dean Koontz

Genre: Psychological thriller

Publishing Date: 2021


“The loss of the love of his life and the guilt over not being there to help her” left writer David Thorne still reeling. He has since looked for a resolution in any manner he can. He even frequently visits Jessup in jail to learn more about Emily’s final moments so he can finally bury her body. Then David meets Madison Sutton, a seductive, cheerful woman who knows everything David has lost. But what stops him is how much Madison resembles Emily, right down to her kisses.

As the unbelievable becomes plausible, David’s obsession intensifies, Madison’s enigmatic past becomes more transparent, and terror increases. Are you Emily? Or an alluring dead ringer? In either case, the crucial question remains: What game is she engaged in? David is willing to incur any risk to learn the truth in exchange for this priceless second chance. He hasn’t felt this motivated, hopeful, or in love in ten years, and now he’s frightened.

13. Attitude Is Your Superpower

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Full Title: Attitude Is Your Superpower: How to Create Incredible Life-Changing Success

Author: Eduardo Clemente

Genre: Self-help

Publishing Date: 2021


It’s important to note that this book is not a to-do list! You’ll discover that your attitude affects how others and you see yourself, that it’s unrelated to your personality, and how to dramatically transform and advance your life and career by better understanding and controlling your:

  • Confidence
  • Positivity
  • Growth-mindset
  • Adaptability and Emotional Intelligence
  • Resilience
  • Problem-solving orientation

In addition, the book offers advice on successfully applying abilities like controlling expectations and pursuing perfection to advance your profession.

14. Crave (Crave #1)


Full Title: Crave

Author: Tracy Wolff

Genre: Fantasy

Publishing Date: 2020


Everything in the narrator’s life was altered when the narrator entered the academy. There is nothing good about this environment or the other students here. Here the narrator stands among gods or demons, a mere mortal. The narrator is still determining which of these battling factions the narrator belongs to, if any. The only thing the narrator is aware of that links them is their enmity for the narrator. Jaxon Vega is another. lethal vampire with dark secrets who hasn’t felt anything in a century.

However, something about him draws the narrator in; a brokenness in him that somehow matches the narrator’s own. This might result in us all passing away. Jaxon closed himself off for a reason, after all. Now that a monster is supposed to be sleeping, the narrator wonders whether the narrator was purposely sent here as bait.

15. Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre

Full Title: Jane Eyre

Author: Charlotte Brontë

Genre: Bildungsroman

Publishing Date: 1847


Orphaned as a young child, Jane has always felt like an outsider. When she arrives at Thornfield Hall, where the pompous and moody Edward Rochester has hired her to look after his ward Adèle, her bravery is tested again. Jane is drawn to his conflicted yet good-hearted spirit. She experiences love. Hard. However, the dark, ominous Thornfield Hall hides a horrifying secret. Rochester, is he avoiding Jane? Will Jane experience another exile and break up?

16. Little Women

Little Women

Full Title: Little Women

Author: Louisa May Alcott

Genre: Coming-of-age story

Publishing Date: 1868


Learn about the classic book that inspired the recent blockbuster. “We will stick together and be happy with one another, rich or poor.” Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy’s Christmas will be different this year because their father is serving in the Civil War, and the family is struggling financially.

The four March sisters’ lives, despite being poor, are full of color as they play games, perform outrageous theatrical performances, make new friends, argue, struggle with their vices, learn from their mistakes, and get into all kinds of mischief.

17. One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights)

The Arabian Nights

Full Title: The Arabian Nights: Tales from a Thousand and One Nights

Author: Richard Burton

Genre: Fiction

Publishing Date: 1888


“The Arabian Nights” has captivated readers for ages because it is full of mischief, bravery, ribaldry, and romance. These legends spared Shahrazad’s life because the monarch, her husband, had executed all of his women after just one night of marriage.

Shahrazad would begin an enthralling tale every night, but she would never reveal the resolution: A thousand and one nights later, her life was eternally spared. Bennett A. Cerf selected the most well-known and representative stories from Sir Richard F. Burton’s multivolume translation for this volume, which contains Burton’s comprehensive and lauded explanatory notes.

This volume reproduces the 1932 Modern Library version. These stories, such as Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, Sinbad the Seaman and Sinbad the Landsman, Alaeddin, or The Wonderful Lamp, have captured the public’s interest.

18. The Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter

Full Title: The Scarlet Letter

Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Genre: Romance novel

Publishing Date: 1850


It is set in 17th-century Puritan Boston, Massachusetts, between 1642 and 1649, and centers on Hester Prynne, a woman who has an affair and bears a daughter but refuses to reveal the identity of her lover. She is punished for her wrongdoing and her secrecy by having to display the red scarlet letter “A” (for adultery) on her clothing and by being publicly shamed.

She fights to build a brand-new life that is repentant and respectable. Throughout the work, Hawthorne examines legalism, sin, and guilt.

19. Paradise Lost

Paradise Lost

Full Title: Paradise Lost

Author: John Milton

Genre: Epic poetry

Publishing Date: 1667


One of the best epic poems ever written in English, It narrates the history of the Fall of Man, a tale of great drama and excitement, defiance and betrayal, innocence vs. corruption, and a violent conflict between God and Satan over the fate of humanity.

As Satan and his group of rebellious angels plot their retaliation against God, a battle rages over the three worlds of heaven, hell, and earth. Adam and Eve, driven by all-too-human temptations but ultimately succumbing to unbreakable love, are at the center of the fight.

20. My Evil Mother

My Evil Mother

Full Title: My Evil Mother

Author: Margaret Atwood

Genre: Short story

Publishing Date: 2022


Teenage girls in 1950s suburbia have things tough enough without having to deal with a mother who may or may not be a witch. Even a mother by herself. She blends in with her starched skirts, pearl necklace, and floral aprons. Then there are the secret, ethereal conversations with frightened local ladies. The unpleasant, enigmatic flora amid the flowerbeds.

The suspicion to avoid a guy whose future is sealed. But when the daughter of this enchanted housewife reaches adulthood, she starts to doubt everything she once took for granted as her mother’s assertions get increasingly ludicrous.

21. Be Our Guest

Be Our Guest

Full Title: Be Our Guest: Perfecting the Art of Customer Service

Author: Theodore B. Kinni

Genre: Nonfiction

Publishing Date: 2003


The Disney customer service philosophy is based on exceeding expectations rather than just meeting them. The Disney Institute, which specializes in using ideas not typically available in the workplace to help professionals explore new possibilities, is now exposing even more business operations that go into providing excellent customer service.

Thousands of professionals from more than 35 countries and 40 industries have attended business programs at Disney Institute over the past 25 years and learned how to customize the Disney approach for their companies. Be Our Guest highlights the accomplishments of many of these businesses and the essential procedures and industry-recognized best practices that have made Disney a renowned and respected brand for more than 85 years.

22. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Full Title: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Author: J. K. Rowling

Genre: Fantasy Fiction

Publishing Date: 1997


When the letters arrive at number four, Privet Drive, Harry Potter has never heard of Hogwarts. His gruesome aunt and uncle quickly seize the documents, which are addressed in green ink on yellowish parchment and have a purple seal. On Harry’s eleventh birthday, Rubeus Hagrid, a huge, beetle-eyed giant, barges in with some startling news: Harry Potter is a wizard and has a place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.

Conclusion | 22 Free Books on Amazon Prime

Between 1,000 and 3,000 items are available in the Prime Reading catalog. Since the titles on the list change frequently, some are added, and some are removed. Amazon Prime Reading works remarkably well for folks who read sometimes, want access to a variety of content and wish to share their subscription with family members.

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