Whether you are short stories lover or love memoirs, 2017 has given huge list of bestseller novels so far. Words create Worlds for you? Then you have come to the right place. We recommend reading habits are necessary in your life, and to aid you we have created very interesting list of bestseller novels of 2017. As we have nearly finished our half year milestone, Top5Hub.com decided to create a short list of the books that you must read in 2017.
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We have assembled the list of Top 5 Bestseller Novels of 2017 (so far..)
Story of a Contemporary Women “The Idiot” by Elif Batuman
The is story about the Harvard fresher Selin who is an American and raised by Turkish Immigrant. The self biographical heroine of the story tells her journey from the admission in the Harvard University as a Literature student and how her life takes various turn. This book is not a romantic love story, but a crush story. It narrates the story so surreal that even a basic real girl will connect to it. The character Selin believes in words and literature, but she argues that any one language cannot represent one thought. For she mentions that she is made of Turkish and English language and that’s what describes her. The bestseller novel by Elif Batuman has received critical acclaim from various magazines and newspapers. Click Here to buy- The Idiot
Love Story tangled with Political issues “Exit West” by Mohsin Hamid
Exit West is written by Pakistani author Mohsin Hamid, which revolves around the character Saeed and Nadia. These characters are very opposite to each other but they meet and fell in love. Hamid’s books are generally based upon the problems of migration and political issues. But Exit West narrates a powerful love story about this couple who are forced to give up their homeland due to the political problems in their country. Hamid mentioned “When we migrate, we murder from our lives those we leave behind.” A very heart touching story of love and hatred. Click Here to buy- Exit West
An Awakening from Transition: “Lincon In The Bardo” by George Saunders
This bestselling books is the National Book Award Nominee narrating the exploration of the death, life and grief. The book revolve around the Abraham Lincoln who lost his eleven year old son in the civil war. Lincoln with death of his son is so much grieved that he visit his son’s crypt in night and Saunders narrates the happening of the transition of his son. “Bardo” is the phase of the transitions from unconsciousness to consciousness. We always experience transition from sleep to awakening, from life to death. Tibetans call this phase as Bardo Thodol. Saunders narrates his novel with great caution and respect to the culture. The book has deeper meaning and Saunders has written it with grace and rumor. Click here to buy- Lincoln in the Bardo
Well written thriller “Into The Water” by Paula Hawkins
With the tremendous success of the ‘Girl On a Train’, Paula Hawkins has again presented us with this thriller story of Into The Water. The story is about the drowning of the teenage girl in the dreadful ‘Drowning Pool’. The book opens with death of Nel Abott who was also drowned in the same pool. She left behind her fifteen year old girl who was looked upon by Nel’s sister, Jules. Jules has her own past and unanswered questions. The story gradually takes turn when Jules gets suspicious about the death connection of the Drowning Pool and Nel. With the understanding of the human instinct, Hawkins has written this thriller at her best. Click here to buy- Into the Water
An Emotional Memoir The Rules Do Not Apply by Ariel Levy
This is an emotional memoir written by Levy explaining her disorientation when she lost her son, her spouse and her family. Levy beautifully explains her feelings about how she feels every morning filled with grief and sorrow that has replaced her life. With accurate amount of maturity, Levy explains her readers that after losing her newly born son, she started assessing her life. In her self assessment she found that she is the only person held responsible for her disorientation. She realizes that she wants to overcome her grief, but somehow she is pulled back into the state. Click Here to buy- The Rules Do Not Apply