Top 8 Best Selling Books of 2018

Aren’t books the best things for Humans? Well, we as humans try to create our fantasized world within a book over a text. 2018 has just started but here is the list out of the bestselling books from all genres, be it be fictional, gothic, thriller or books with the comic undertone.

Some books are new read-worthy and some books also share the dark element of the society too, without wasting much of time, here is the list of top 8 bestselling books of 2018.

1. The Sell out by Paul Beatty

This book was published in 2016 and is doing extremely well now also. The text of the novel is purely fictional and was based upon galvanizing satire of post-racial. Beatty’s way of drawing characters is impressive with the touch of artistic traditions. This novel has also won man’s booker price of 2016.

Plot of the story

The story revolves around a young man who is being dragged into the court because of his upbringing race trials. He is left isolated with no good amenity and a sense of great comic element.

Ratings and Reviews

There were total in about 2000 copies sold to customers with some amazing reviews. Goodreads has given 3.8 stars on 5. The text takes us to the ultimate plethora of themes which proves because 84% of google users liked this book.

Temporary people by Deepak Unnikrishnan

Temporary people is a book which is a collection of short stories, poems, occupations and much more. Writer, Deepak Unnikrishnan have shown that the temporary people are exploring their lives. The book has won “New Immigrant Writing award”.

Plot of the story

As read, the text is all about a collection of different short stories in which people are fighting with their own selves, with exploring each other they get to know the meaning of humanity and freedom.

Ratings and Reviews

Deepak Unnikrishnan is being compared with Salman Rushdie, the only thing that separates him from Salman Rushdie is the vast literature that exceeds the exile.  Goodreads have given 3.4 stars on 5 and about 87% of people have liked the book on Amazon.

The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy

This book is one the best book that one cannot actually miss to read it. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness comes from the inner self which is a curious beast, over-populated with characters and frequently archaeological.

Plot of the story

The novel is the wake of the partition by two characters. There are two protagonists in the story, Arjun and a transgender woman who is finding our identity and is redefined by her tragedy.

Ratings and Reviews

Like her first novel, people liked her second novel also, more than the political front she has confronted the realism of the paar giving a maddening wedges of the society and of a patchwork of narratives. Goodreads has given 3.5 stars on 5 and there are about 81% of google users who liked this book.

 How to be a Bawse by Lily Singh

How to be bawse is nothing but an outburst of the phenomena of the psychology which drives from realism. Lily Singh aka Superwoman is the role model of many, from being ambitious to reach the right confidence. Lily Singh has styled the signatures.

Plot of the story

How to be a bawse is a book which helps people in gaining confidence,  In Lily’s life there are no escalators but only stairs so this book does not contains any cute quotes or happiness but only focuses up on the success, hardship and motivational stories.

Ratings and Reviews

Common sense media gives 4 on 5 for this book. The text is being loved by the audience. Basically, this is a self-help book which can help one in gaining much of confidence. How to be a Bawse gains 5/5 on booksgreeks.in.

Leila by Prayaag Akbar

Leila is written by Prayaag Akbar who was nominated for the Hindu Prize list. The novel focuses upon the serious issues of societies like division, castes, color, class, etc. If the text is dystopic then it also builds our reality.

Plot of the story

The novel talks about where in the time of digitalization, near the future there is an obsession which is building the block of the society. Near to the configuration and dividing the communities. The plot of the novel revolves around a female character, Shalini who lost her 16 year old daughter and the downfall of Shalini.

Ratings and Reviews

Prayaag Akbar by Leila has done exceptionally well. The novel took the concept of Indian fiction to another level. This book shares 4 stars on 5 on Good read and is being loved by customers. You can also purchase this book with ongoing Flipkart sale on books which heads among 65% of positive results.

Heads of the Colored People by Nafissa Thompson

Heads of the colored People is the novel of this new age. This is a stunning novel in this literature new fiction with a dark comedy and a concept of black identity post to racial era.

Plot of the story

Heads of the colored people is not a novel but a collection of short stories which depicted many colors of people, but the stories continue with the plot into different chapters.

Ratings and Review

Nafissa Thompson makes a brilliant debut with a short story collection. The stories are enthusiastic and alarming with the sense of original characters. The book has done amazing on the public front. Goodreads have amazed the text with 4.6 ratings on 10.

Everything here is Beautiful by Mira T. Lee

Everything here is Beautiful is a beautiful text written by Mira T. Lee. She has categorized her book as a fictional story which depicts the bond of sisterly love which actually shows the boldness of where one could get or go with the family.

Plot of the story

The book talks about two sisters and their bond who actually handles each other at the very deliberate end. When their mother dies and one of the sister starts hearing voices, another sister trying to rescue her. In the text, later we find that younger sister is fighting for the elder sister’s life.

Ratings and Reviews

The text proves to be an evocative and beautifully written debut. Customers have loved the book and also found the text, characters, dialogues much motivated. Goodreads has given 4.5 stars for the same.

Circe by Madeline Miller

If you have interest in Mythology, gods then this book is for you. Written by Madeline Miller the book is a complex, compelling portrait of one of the most intriguing women personalities in western literature.

Plot of the story

Though Circe does not take up as much as Homer’s Odyssey but the book draws a wide range of ancient Greek and Latin sources with immortal things. The book is basically about Circe that he is immortal but his relationship with humans will be temporary. So, the relationship will live, grow and die.

Ratings and Reviews

The text of the novel is episodic and thereby Madeline Miller tries to form a proper fragment of each episode. Madeline Miller also brings a horrifying element in the text. Circe is a part of that cycle which is cruel, pointless and arises conflicts. The author makes us sure about the magical and mythical choice. Circe gets 4.8 stars on Goodreads and 4.3 on common sense media.

These were the best of 8 books which are actually counted in the popular seller. Select your persona, get your book home and start! Books can never lie, neither will they judge a person. Go ahead with the right choice

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