Top 10 Best Seller in Kindle eBooks Reviewer 2017
Looking for the best Kindle eBooks? Then, you’ve come to the right place. With this post, I will tell you about the top 10 best seller kindle eBooks in 2017 in a bid to help you find something worth your attention.
1. The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
Now an original series on Hulu, the Handmaid’s Tale bears such power that it often leaves the reader unable to forget its forecast and images. This novel is set in the near future, describing life in the Republic of Gilead, or what was once known as the USA. The Republic of Gilead is a monotheocratic nation suffering social unrest and a drastically declining birthrate. The government takes the book of Genesis totally literally, with strange repercussions for anyone who dares to defy the rules in the book. The narrative is revealed through Offred, an unfortunate handmaid under the new order. She exposes the evils behind the regime’s tranquil façade in hilarious, unexpected, horrific but all in all convincing descriptions.
2. Camino Island by John Grisham
A band of thugs plan a daring robbery from a highly secured vault deep beneath the Firestone Library in Princeton University. The item they’re planning to steal is invaluable, and thus the university has insured it for 25 million dollars.
The book follows the story Bruce Cable, a popular bookstore owner in the serene resort town of Santa Rosa, Florida. The guy makes lots of cash through dealing in unusual books. However, he secretly ventures into the black market of stolen manuscripts and books.
The author the introduces Mercer Mann, a young author who’s hired to go undercover and investigate Bruce Cable and his foul associates by getting close to the controversial bookstore owner.
3. Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J. D. Vance
Hillbilly Elegy is a New York Times bestseller that has been described as a riveting book by the Wall Street Journal. It follows the story of an ex-marine and attorney who has struggled through the troubles of growing up in a wretched Rust Belt metropolitan. The book offers a clear description of the predicaments facing the white working class in America.
Hillbilly Elegy is a careful analysis of the crisis facing the American white working class, a group that has, apparently, been slowly falling apart for over 40 years.
4. The Fix (Memory Man series Book 3) by David Baldacci
This book is the third series in David Baldacci’s Memory Man book. It follows the story of an intelligence agency investigating a baffling murder and suicide. Following the investigation, it’s perceptible that the crime is connected to a powerful terrorist organization; an attack is imminent.
Decker, the crime’s eyewitness, forms an alliance with a government agent to investigate the murder and suicide and prevent a possible international terrorist attack.
5. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman
This is yet another New York Times best seller. It’s the story of Ove, an irritable man who seems to hate everyone. People call him the bitter neighbor from hell. Nonetheless, behind the grouchy appearance is a heartbreaking story.
So, one morning when a talkative young couple moves in next door and destroy Ove’s mailbox, a comical tale of unexpected friendships, rumpled cats unfolds. The narrative reveals a series of revolutionary events that will end up changing the irritable old man and the local residents.
6. A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
More than 500,000 readers have fallen deep in love with this New York Times best seller. The Washington Post has described the novel as a finely composed piece that stretches out with classic elegance. The Oprah Magazine has also described it as being irresistible.
A Gentleman in Moscow is a fantastic story of a man who’s ordered to spend the rest of his life in a luxury hotel.
7. What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe
This book provides you with hilarious but informative answers to critical questions that you’ve probably never cared to ask. The author addresses the strangest-ever questions in science, language, and love among other subjects. They range from weird to diabolical queries like:
• What if I swam in a spent-nuclear-fuel pool?
• Is it possible to build a jetpack from downward-firing machine guns?
• Are fire tornadoes possible?
• What if a Richter 15 earthquake hit NYC?
His answers to such questions are the definition of wit and clarity. He accurately and merrily explains everything from the effects of baseballs pitched at extremely high speed to the numerous horrendous ways you could die while attempting to create a periodic table from the actual elements.
8. Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult
This is a highly engaging novel with gracefully layered characters and a riveting moral dilemma that will make you question everything you know about power, race, privilege, and other factors of social interest. Interestingly, this book is so good that it’s soon to be turned into a movie by a popular production house.
The book provides a thought-provoking assessment of racism in the US today, both explicit and hidden.
9. The Black Book by James Patterson
The Black Book is an innovative thriller about corruption, secrets, and power. It follows the story of a gruesome murder that leads investigators into unforeseen addresses including an exclusive brothel that caters for the most powerful people in Chicago.
10. Golden Prey (A Prey Novel) by John Sandford
The Golden Prey is the story of a U.S. Marshal who previously worked for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. His is sent into unfamiliar territories where he has to deal with unusual obstacles to succeed in his mission.
Those, folks, are our selections of the top 10 best seller Kindle eBooks in 2017. As you may have noticed, most of them are also New York Times best sellers and therefore likely to draw your attention and keep you entertained.