10 Best Selling Books 2018 Update 05/2022

Being a reader can be a lot of work. As many as 20 books are released each week, and each one sounds as interesting as the next. It’s a very technical term, but the New York Times compiles a list of bestsellers each week. It includes everything from fiction to nonfiction, and adult to middle-grade books. This is a list of eight New York Times best-sellers from 2018. You need to read them.

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

It’s a good idea to read Tomi Adeyemi’s Legacy of Orisha series this year. Children of Blood and Bone is the first book. While it was mostly unknown when it came out, it has since become very popular with a lot of critical praise and media attention. It is set in a world where magic has been banned by the monarchy. Zélie Adebola, who is a young maji, is trying to bring magic back and avenge the death of her own mother.

Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover

It was Educated by Tara Westover’s first book. She took some ideas from Jeannette Wall’s best-selling book The Glass Castle when she wrote it. Like Walls, Westover gives a very detailed and heartbreaking account of her childhood. Westover didn’t go to school and her father told her not to go to the doctor, nurse, or hospital. With honest and beautiful writing, Westover explains how she became the smart and strong woman she is today.

The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert

The Hazel Wood, a book by Melissa Albert, is based on the dark history of fairy tales and is both atmospheric and eerie. It’s great for late-night reading in the fall. When Alice was 17, her famous, reclusive fairy tale author grandfather died, leaving her with a cult following. The story is about how she copes with this. It will be a long time before Alice’s mother is found. She and another classmate, who is a big fan of the cult fairy tales, will go on a long journey together to try and get her back. The two may have to go back to Hazel Wood, even though Alice’s mother told her not to.

Amazon.com: The Hazel Wood: A Novel (The Hazel Wood, 1): 9781250297327: Albert, Melissa: Books

The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin

Chloe Benjamin’s book, The Immortalists, is a moving and beautiful look at grief, death, and what it means to be truly alive. There are four young siblings who meet with a psychic in order to find out their death date. Each person must meet the psychic alone and pay a small fee. The psychic agrees. The story then moves forward a few years and shows how each person’s death date can change their lives.

The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White

If there’s one thing that should stay in YA literature, it should be historical, feminist retellings of old stories. The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein is a new book by best-selling author Kiersten White. It’s a retelling of the classic story. To be clear, this novel reimagines the 19th-century classic Frankenstein from the point of view of Elizabeth Lavenzo, Victor’s adopted sister. The book is called “Frankenstein.” Gothic literature needs more female voices, and this story is a big help. It looks back at Elizabeth’s own history, where she gets sucked into her own darkness and unrelenting ambition.

The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

A lot of people know Ruth Ware because she has written a lot of psychological thrillers, or “grip lit,” that have won a lot of awards. These include The Woman in Cabin 10 and The Lying Game. This year, she’s released her fourth book, called The Death of Mrs. Westaway, which is a lot of people think is her best work yet. The book is about Hal, a tarot card reader who gets a lot of money from a person she hasn’t heard of. Motivated by curiosity, Hal goes to the funeral. He quickly learns that the family has a lot of strange and sinister secrets.

The Death of Mrs. Westaway: Ware, Ruth: 9781501156250: Amazon.com: Books

The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton

Mysterious and suspenseful stories are mixed with historical accuracy in Kate Morton’s sixth book called The Clockmaker’s Daughter. A group of artists in 1862 and a young archivist Elodie 150 years later are the subjects of a new book by the best-selling Australian author, which splits the book into two parts. The book starts when Elodie finds an old leather satchel. It has two very interesting things inside: a sepia-toned picture of a beautiful woman and a sketchbook. Elodie is curious because she recognizes some of the things in the picture. She tries to figure out who the girl in the picture is, and she has her own secrets.

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

Tayari Jones, the author of the best-selling book Silver Sparrow, talks about love, loss, and learning in her new book, An American Marriage. In this story, it’s about a young and successful couple who are broken up when Roy is convicted of something that he didn’t do and sentenced to 12 years in prison. Five years into his sentence, Roy’s conviction is overturned, and he comes home again to be with his family. She has become a fan of Andre, a childhood friend and the best man at her wedding. She can’t seem to find the love she once had for her husband.

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

This year’s Steven Spielberg movie pushed the 2011 sci-fi book back to the top of the fiction charts. Wade Watts is a teen who lives in a virtual world called OASIS in 2045. He has to solve a series of ’80s-themed puzzles in order to get a lot of power and money – if he can beat out the thousands of other people who want the same thing.

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Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

“Big Little Lies” is about to get a makeover. Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington will star in a limited series on Hulu. The perfect book for a book club discussion looks at the power of motherhood as a picture-perfect suburban family gets mixed up with an enigmatic single mom and her teenage daughter.

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