What are the best books with the word winter in the title?

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    #1The Winter of Our Discontent

    The Winter of Our Discontent

    The Winter of Our Discontent is a standalone classic fiction book written by John Steinbeck which follows the life of Ethan Allen Hawley who is no longer a member of Long Island’s aristocratic class.

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    Ethan Fernandez
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Personally, I found it very boring and had to force myself to keep reading it through to the end. However, I tend not to enjoy anything that John Steinbeck writes. I don't think he's a bad author, but for some reason his books just never connect with me. I feel that if you enjoyed his other works you will like this novel as well, but if you're like me and don't like his writing then this book will do nothing to change your mind."
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    #2A Week in Winter

    A Week in Winter

    A Week in Winter is a novel by Maeve Binchy published in 2012. This book tells the story Chicky - a local girl living in the small town of Stoneyville - who decided to turn an old, abandoned mansion by the coast into a holiday inn.

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    Sharon Li
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "This book fits well and seems to be highly rated, 4.5 stars with over 3000 reviews. This is seems to be a bit more of modern fiction, following a women opening a hotel and the guest in general. The theme may not be for everyone, including myself. But I know plenty of people who would love this type of book."
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    #3The Long Winter (Little House)

    The Long Winter (Little House)

    The Long Winter is the sixth book in the historical fiction series Little House written by Laura Ingalls Wilder which centers on Almanzo Wilder and his brother who go on a journey in search of resources due to the blizzards. 

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    Roy Webb
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "I love the little house series and the long winter did not disappoint. I enjoyed this book because I love Winter theme."
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    #4Winterkill (Joe Pickett)

    Winterkill (Joe Pickett)
    Winterkill is a Western novel written by C.J. Box, first published in 2003.  It is the third book in the Joe Pickett series, and it tells the story of detective Joe Pickett and his hunt for a killer through the mountains of Wyoming.
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    Timothy Bailey
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "Winterkill is a rare novel set in Wyoming. Box is a good suspense writer. Old-fashioned, conservative types will appreciate the well-done series."
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    #5The Winter Vault

    The Winter Vault
    The Winter Vault by Anne Michaels is a historical fiction and a cultural book about Canada, published on April 21, 2009 by Knopf. It follows the love story of a newlywed couple that settles into a Nile River houseboat,
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    Jack Aguilar
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "This book has a nice Canadian backdrop and is interesting. It is quite cool to read."
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    #6The Winter's Tale

    The Winter's Tale
    This is the New Cambridge Shakespeare version of Winter Tale by Shakespeare. This is one of the most theatrically self-conscious wide-ranging plays and one of the few with a happy ending on the career of the legendary English writer. 
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    Diya Sarin
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "This is a great book with the word winter in the title. William shakespeare is an amazing author and writes well established literature. He is a classic and amazing poet."
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    #7The Winter Sea (Slains)

    The Winter Sea (Slains)

    The Winter Sea is the first book in the Slains series by Susanna Kearsley. It tells the story of Carrie McClelland who wants to write a novel set on the early Scotland era. The Winter Sea is published in 2010 by Sourcebooks Landmark.

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    Henry Lynch
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "I'm afraid that The Winter Sea bored me to tears and I now have zero interest in continuing with the series. I'm not huge on romances to begin with, but I found this book's historical setting and characters to be particularly drab. I didn't sympathize with the protagonist and, frankly, never like books that are about people writing books. Authors writing about people trying to be authors seems a little gauche to me. This book is a pass."
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    #8Devil in Winter (Wallflowers)

    Devil in Winter (Wallflowers)

    Devil in Winter is the third book in the Wallflowers series written by Lisa Kleypas. This historical romance fiction book is first published in 2006 by Avon. 

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    Zhang Fang
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "This is a historical romance novel, which is something that I usually don't read. On a lark I picked it up because I felt like I needed to switch up some of the genres that I've been reading lately. I found the story to be a little slow for my taste and the historical aspect didn't do much for me. In the end I never finished the book."
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    #9Once Upon a Winter's Night

    Once Upon a Winter's Night

    Once Upon a Winter's Night is the first book in the Faery Series. This fantasy fiction book is written by Dennis L. McKiernan, and it was originally published in 2001.

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    Benjamin Phillips
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "Everything about this book is amazing. It kept me company during my time overseas in the military. It was so good I read it over and over till the heat stated eating away at the glue. (I was in the desert, it was that hot.) But coming back here I purchased the book anyway but now that they have it on the kindle I don't have to worry about it breaking or loosing it again cause it's in the cloud."
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    #10A City in Winter

    A City in Winter

    A City in Winter: The Queen's Tale is a fantasy young adult fairy tale fiction written by Mark Helprin and illustrated by Chris Van Allsburg as the second book in A Kingdom Far and Clear: The Swan Lake Trilogy.

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    Megan Hicks
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "Fantastic illustrations throughout this book. They help to completely paint the picture of the story. Gripping and a great read."
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    #11Winter's Child

    Winter's Child

    Winter's Child: A Retelling of The Snow Queen by Cameron Dokey is a romance novel which gives a new twist on fairytales. This young adult book tells how romance and friendship intertwines.

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    Marie Douglas
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Winter's Child is a wonderful fairytale, but with a twist. Not your typical romance, this tells the take of how romance moves to friendship, how everything intertwines. Cameron Dokeys take on The Snow Queen is a must read."
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    #12The Winter King (The Warlord Chronicles)

    The Winter King (The Warlord Chronicles)

    The Winter King is a historical fantasy novel by Bernard Cornwell. First published in 1995, it is the first novel in the Warlord Chronicles series. Set in Britain during the Dark Ages, it tells the story of the legendary King Arthur.

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    Kelly Gonzalez
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This is a great story that indeed does have Winter in the title. It is the first in a series of novels about Arthurian Britain."

Summary

Best What are the best books with the word winter in the title
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1The Winter of Our DiscontentBooks 30 Paid
2A Week in WinterBooks 27 Paid
3The Long Winter (Little House)Books 19 Paid
4Winterkill (Joe Pickett)Books 17 Paid
5The Winter VaultBooks 10 Paid
6The Winter's TaleBooks 9 Paid
7The Winter Sea (Slains)Books 7 Paid
8Devil in Winter (Wallflowers)Books 6 Paid
9Once Upon a Winter's NightBooks 4 Paid
10A City in WinterBooks 3 Paid
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