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9 Best Selling Books In 2017 You Really Should Order Now!

9 Best Selling Books In 2017 You Really Should Order Now!

The Whistler by John Grisham

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The Whistler by John Grisham

Grisham excels at describing injustice and corruption with utmost ease. Yet another time through this piece of writing he is back, bringing together ingredients of a good thriller to cook the perfect dish. Grisham’s formula to charm the readers never goes into vain. The set of coincidences, suspense, and mystery will wrap you in amazement till the last page. See the truth of the society getting unfolded in a fictional way. Genre: Legal Thriller

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

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When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

Paul Kalanithi’s memoir of his final years as he faced lung cancer at age 37, was published posthumously, in 2016. When Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2013, he was a 36-year-old on the verge of making big contributions to the world with his mind and hands. He was a gifted doctor—a chief resident in neurosurgery at Stanford just months away from completing the most grueling training of any clinical field. He was also a brilliant scientist. His postdoctoral research on gene therapy won him his field’s highest research award. But Life took a toll on him. Through this book, he brings you not just into his journey as a doctor and then as a patient but also into his role as a husband, which was sorely strained at times by the rigors of his and his wife’s clinical residencies. This book will definitely earn your admiration—and tears. Genre: Autobiography

Origin by Dan Brown

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Origin by  Dan Brown

Dan Brown’s fifth installment in his Robert Langdon series, following Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code, The Lost Symbol, and Inferno. In his fifth blockbuster outing, professor of symbology Robert Langdon takes on the battle between science and religion. Brown may not have discovered a secret that threatens humanity’s faith, but he has successfully located every cliché in the world. All set in Spain, Origin spawns a dizzying parade of scientific jargon, nonstop travelogues and familiar tropes that all lead to a fumbled ending. However, the novel is entertaining in its own unique way. Be prepared to get hooked. Genre: Crime, Mystery

The Last Mile by David Baldacci

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The Last Mile by David Baldacci

There's something about Baldacci's writing style that announces the work is down to earth, an easy read and with little demands on the reader. The plot moves fast and there is plenty of drama.The Last Mile is entertaining and intriguing as a page-turner and it also has some interesting discussion between characters, especially about the problems with prison, the conviction of the innocent, and the ethics of the death penalty. The twists and turns in the storyline will hold you on to the book. If you want a modern crime novel to pass the time, Baldacci's work won't leave you feeling guilty. Genre: Thriller, Suspense, Mystery

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

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Truly Madly Guilty by  Liane Moriarty

The name of the book gives the hint of it being a romantic novel but to the reader’s surprise, it is much more than just that. One needs to get through endless hinting, foreshadowing, stalling, and chapters to unveil the secrets hidden in Liane’s books. Unlike her last successful book “Big Little Lies”, Truly Madly Guilty unfolds on a much smaller scale: It’s about the day of a terrible, terrible barbecue, and features only a small group of characters. This is a worth investing your time book. Genre: Fiction, Psychological Fiction

Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance

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Hillbilly Elegy by JD Vance

Diving deep into the working class life in the Appalachian region, J D Vance came up with the perfect mixture of touching, emotional, a little disturbing and funny family history. The struggle of American white working class has been wonderfully described with Vance's own personal story. The lost hope of upward mobility and the sacrifices of own dream for the greater dreams of masses and the country is something portrayed very well by J.D. Vance. Genre: Rural Sociology

Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

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Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

The purest form of content will be found here. This book talks about the bitter moments in life, sorrow, love, violence, abuse and everything that this life is made of. It takes you to a ride to extract the good in the bad. Milk and Honey is a beautiful amalgamation of the bitter and sweet; and the chapters are split into four that are sure to heal all possible wounds of yours. Genre: Poetry and Prose

The Shack by WM Paul Young

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The Shack by WM Paul Young

Another masterpiece, The Shack is full of mystery and all excitement. In the times, when religion and God seem to be a matter kept distantly, this book holds the bent to change the opinions of people. Mackenzie A. Philip's daughter gets abducted and later, found murdered in an abandoned shack. After four years, Mack receives a note inviting him to the same shack again which later makes a huge revelation. Yes, you just can't keep yourself from the reading this book. Genre: Fiction

A Man Called Ove by Fredrick Backman

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A Man Called Ove by Fredrick Backman

Just like you come across poker faces, angry old men and annoying neighbors almost daily, a young family also encountered one such person- Ove, the kind of man who seemed to dislike every person around, a man with tight routines, strict principles, and a short temper. But as it is said that only people can change the other people 360° from what they are, Ove was changed by this family into someone unimaginable. Read the novel to know the transformation story of this cranky man. Genre: Novel

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Hi! You are reading about an MBA student who is from the mountains and is a travel buff, big time foodie, scribbler and someone who aspires to beat all her fears one day. Happy reading, reader! :)
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