What you need to know about “Spare,” Prince Harry’s new book

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Prince Harry’s long-awaited memoirs, ‘additional’officially available today – and It is already topping the charts.

The publisher describes Spear as a landmark publication “full of insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-won wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief.”

In Spear, Prince Harry talks candidly about his mother’s death, his time in the British Army, and his relationship with Meghan Markle. The book also delves into his complex relationship with the royal family, including altercation That the Duke of Sussex allegedly happened with his brother, Prince William.

Here’s everything you need to know about where to find Prince Harry’s new book, Spear.

Where to buy “reserve”



Are you ready to hear all the exciting details of Prince Harry’s story? Then you’re in luck, because “Spare” is available for purchase online today in hardcover form.

The Spare (Hardcover), $22 (down from $36)

If you prefer reading on a tablet or e-reader or don’t want to wait for the book to ship, you can download it to your Kindle.

“Reserve” by Prince Harry (e-book), $18

Do you prefer to listen? audible It offers a 30-day free trial that includes access to a backup audiobook narrated by Prince Harry himself.

Bestselling books of 2022 on Amazon

Want more reading records for 2023? Check out more Best Amazon Books of 2022 below. You’ll find fiction, nonfiction, memoirs, and more.

  1. “It Ends Us” by Colin Hoover

It Ends Us by Colin Hoover


This tale of first love and domestic violence is thought-provoking and proves that things aren’t black and white.

“Should we be defined by the worst of what we’ve done?” asks an Amazon reviewer. “Hoover really makes you think about your gray areas and this book gave me a lot of ideas.”

“It Ends with Us” by Colin Hoover (Paperback), $10 (discounted from $17)

“It Ends Us” by Colin Hoover (Kindle), $11

2. “Where Giraffes Sing” by Delia Owens

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Read the book before watching the movie on Netflix. Can you solve this small town murder mystery? It is a story of solitude and nature.

“What a stunning love letter to the marshes and a suspenseful coming-of-age story,” Amazon reviewer says.

“Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens (Paperback), $10 (reduced from $18)

“Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens (Hardboard), $12

3. “It Begins With Us” by Colin Hoover

It starts with us by Colin Hoover


Colin Hoover’s second bestselling book? “It Begins With Us”, the sequel to “It Ends With Us”. Find out what happens to Lily next in this book that shifts between the perspectives of Lily and Atlas.

“This book had the closure that was required of the first,” Amazon reviewer says.

“It Starts With Us” by Colin Hoover (Paperback), $11 (discounted from $18)

It Begins With Us by Colin Hoover (Kindle) $14

4. “The Truth” by Colin Hoover

The Truth by Colin Hoover


Next up is the psychological thriller Colin Hoover. A writer is hired struggling to finish a wounded bestselling author’s book series, but finds her unfinished autobiography in her office containing bone-chilling confessions.

“The tale tends to a startling conclusion that will keep readers pondering, debating, and debating Hoover’s highly intelligent and nuanced tale, as well as its intriguing and morally ambiguous characters (who may prove not as obscure as originally thought) for a very, very long time,” Amazon reviewer says.

“The Truth” by Colin Hoover (Paperback), $11 (reduced from $17)

“The Truth” by Colin Hoover (Kindle), $12

5. “Atomic Habits” by James Clear

Atomic Habits: An Easy, Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Habits


Change your habits with the help of this book. The author guides you through building good habits and breaking bad habits with simple behaviors.

“Atomic Habits” by James Clear is one of those rare books that I instantly read twice in a row. Amazon reviewer says. “It’s packed with dozens of science-backed, actionable nuggets of wisdom.”

“Atomic Habits” by James Clear (Hardcover), $12 (reduced from $27)

“Atomic Habits” by James Clear (Kindle) $13

6. “Remind Him” by Colin Hoover

Reminiscent of Colin Hoover


This Colin Hoover romance is about a mother who is imprisoned due to a tragic mistake. What happens when she is released?

“I would suggest this book to anyone who loves a quick, deep read with elements that will make you tear up with everything from grief to emotion,” Amazon reviewer says.

“Reminders of Him” ​​by Colleen Hoover (Paperback), $10 (discounted from $16)

“Reminders of Him” ​​by Colin Hoover (Kindle) Free with Kindle Unlimited

7. “Ugly Love” by Colin Hoover

The ugly love of Colin Hoover


Colin Hoover’s next read is about the failure of the friends-with-benefits agreement.

“I’m sad I didn’t have more time with Miles and Tate, but I’m so glad I was able to spend a wonderful afternoon/evening in their world with them knowing I’ll never forget this amazing, beautiful and ugly love story!” Amazon reviewer says.

“Ugly Love” by Colin Hoover (Paperback), $10 (discounted from $17)

“Ugly Love” by Colin Hoover (Kindle) $11

8. “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reed

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Read “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” before Netflix movie Out. Hollywood movie icon Evelyn Hugo hires an unknown magazine reporter to write her memoirs. Find out how their lives intersect.

“Moreover, being a powerful book about race, sexuality, misogyny, and conforming to society’s norms, the real meaning I take from this book is that life is short, very short, and we shouldn’t spend it pretending to be something we’re not,” Amazon reviewer says.

Buy It: “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Paperback), $9 (discounted from $17)

Buy It: “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo” by Taylor Jenkins Reid (Kindle), $15

9. “The Body Keeps Score” by Bessel van der Kolk

The body keeps score

Penguin Publishing Group via Amazon

Trauma expert Dr. Bessel van der Kolk explains how trauma reshapes the body and brain and explores innovative therapies.

“Scientific information, validation and information on how to heal trauma have made this book invaluable to me,” Amazon reviewer says.

“The Body Keeps the Score” by Bessel van der Kolk (Paperback), $11 (discounted from $19)

“The Body Keeps Score” by Bessel van der Kolk (Kindle), $15

10. “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle

The very hungry caterpillar

The World of Eric Carle via Amazon

On a lighter note, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” remains a classic. This board book teaches counting and the days of the week for little ones.

“I read it as a kid, and now I can read it to my nephew, who loves it!” Amazon reviewer says.

“The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle (travelling book), $6

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle (Kindle) $9

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