Assuming you're not talking about a printed book, but a digital book and assuming you're wanting to produce a reflowable ePub (as opposed to a Fixed Layout ePub), the workflow is that you produce your book in InDesign setting it up for web intent and using paragraph and character styles and anchoring images. You export this document as an ePub and having validated it you use the Kindle Previewer to convert it to a .mobi file, which is the format for the Kindle, which can be uploaded to the Amazon website.
There are other workflows, but this is the one recommended by most experts. As you can see it's not intuitive and I would recommend you get some help from the excellent online tutorials on Lynda.com: Watch the Online Video Course InDesign CC 2015: EPUB Fundamentals
and TrainSimple.com: InDesign CC EPUB Fundamentals
You can, of course, return here for advice for particular issues. In fact there's an InDesign ePub forum.
Just a guess here, but I think you are talking about imposing pages in printing order, as opposed to designing in reading order. You (as the designer) should create the book in the order that it will be read (consecutive pages). If it needs to be imposed for printing, the people who print it will do the imposition.