Bestseller Books Of 2019-Fiction

Books are Human’s best friend. It is the escape room for avid readers from the normal day to day life. So here are the New York Times bestseller books in the fiction category of 2019 till now.

1. Where The Crawdads Sing- Delia Owens

In a quiet town on the North Carolina coast in 1969, a young woman who survives alone in the marsh becomes a prime murder suspect. This book by Delia Owens is running in the New York Times bestseller list for 54 weeks. A huge success.

2. The Institute- Stephen King

This is the recent book that is running in the New York Times bestseller for two weeks and is one of the pearls of the necklace Stephen King has given to all of his readers. The story is about children with special talents that are abducted and sequestered in an institution where the sinister staff seeks to extract their gifts through harsh methods. His minutely detailed information about the storyline makes it more surreal for the readers.

3. The Testaments- Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood’s masterpiece- The Handmaid’s Tale, is a modern classic. And now in its sequel, old secrets bring three women together as The Republic Of Gilead’s theoretic regime shows signs of decay.

Credits: The Testament

As Atwood’s The Testament unfolds, she opens up the innermost workings of Gilead as each woman is forced to come to terms with who she is, and how far she will go for what she believes.

4. Vince Flynn: Lethal Agent- Kyle Mills

Credits: Lethal Agent

An unparalleled and terrifying biological terrorism plot threatens to kill millions in the middle of the presidential election. Mexican cartels, a possible pandemic and ISIS bring Mitch Rapp back into action.

5. The Dutch House- Ann Patchett

Running in the top 5 this week, this very novel by Ann Patchett is describing a sibling relationship. When the family goes from poverty to being rich and back again during the course of years. The Dutch house is the story of the paradise lost, and a force that digs deeply about the questions of inheritance, love, and forgiveness.

6. The Water Dancer- Ta Nehisi Coates

Ta Nehisi Coates has emerged as a very intellectual person and an incisive thinker about race. With his earlier non-fiction novels, he was single-handedly waking up the consciousness of his country. With ‘The Water Dancer’, Ta Nehisi makes his debut in Fiction. He also writes in comedy including The Black Panther series for Marvel. The storyline follows as:

A young man who was blessed with a mysterious power becomes a part of the war going on between slavers and the enslaved.

7. A Better Man- Louis Penny

Credits: A Better Man

A Better Man,’ with its mix of meteorological suspense, psychological insight, and criminal pursuit, is arguably the best book yet in an outstanding, original oeuvre. ?Tom Nolan,The Wall Street Journal

“Enchanting… one of his most ennobling missions.” ?Marilyn Stasio,New York Times Book Review

These are the top reviews about this book. The story is encircled around the return of the Cheif Inspector Armand Gamache to Sret du Qubec is welcomed by disastrous spring flooding, ferocious attacks in the media and mysterious disappearance.

8. The Nickel Boys- Colson Whitehead

Along with his many award-winning novels, comes The Nickel Boys where Colson Whitehead brilliantly dramatizes another strand of American History through the story of two boys sentenced to a torturous school in Jim Crow-era Florida.

9. The Girl Who Lived Twice- David Lagercrantz

This is the sixth novel of David Lagercrantz on the Lisbeth Salander series. This storyline follows as the Lisbeth Salander- the fierce, unstoppable girl with the dragon tattoo has disappeared. Also, she sold her apartment in Stockholm and could not be reached electronically. No one is aware that she has got her primal enemy, her twin sister Camilla, squarely in her sight.

10. The Goldfinch- Donna Tartt

This novel also has put up till now that it is 51 weeks in the top list of New York Times Bestsellers. The story runs around a precious painting of a bird that is smuggled out of the Metropolitan Museum of Art after the bombing, becomes a boy’s prize, guilt, and burden.

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