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Top 10 Best Selling Books of 2013

| July 17, 2013 | 0 Comments
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Even if the world is getting industrialized day by day and new technological gadgets keep on being introduced still books have maintained their position as man’s best friends. There are people who love to read. Reading helps you to learn what kind of people are out there in the world and how do they interact with different situations of their life. Books are of different kind but according to Amazon and Kindle, Fiction reigns over all. Here is a list of the top 10 bestselling books of the year 2013. Most of them are fictional works. If you have read any of the books mentioned in the list you can send us your views regarding the work by commenting on this list. If you are unable to get copies of these books you can get them online in any format. If you are facing any problem while downloading these best sellers let us know and we will come up soft copies of these books.

Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks

10. Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg is not just a book but a philosophy in itself. She asks the question “Are you leaning in?” from the young and energetic women. The question may seem pressured but it is focusing completely on the need to work harder and faster. The book is about the importance of leaning into life in general and makes you aware of taking advantage of personal and professional opportunities that come along in life. It is not just a best selling book but also best book to read.

9. Fallen Too Far by Abbi Glines

Blaire Wynn lived in Alabama in a small farmhouse until her mother passed away. She moved in with her father and the young stepmother in their expansive beach house along the gulf coast of Florida. Then there comes her charming stepbrother. He is quite spoiled but his appealing looks cover the evil inside him. Although Blaire knows that he cannot be faithful with anyone but still he is getting under her skin. She knows his secrets but she may not uncover them to anyone. Blaire might have fallen too far.

8. Crazy Little Thing by Tracy Brogan

Sadie Turner is the kind who knows how to organize each and everything except her own life of course. And when her husband cheats her and topples Sadie’s perfectly tidy life, she has got nothing else to do than packing up her kids and spending the summer at her aunt’s lake house. Hoping to relax and formulate a new plan over there, she decides her plans would not include men. Any men.

But on the other side, Aunt Dody has her own plans. She wishes to see her girl happy and want her to have a little fun. Desmond, the charming and the handsome new neighbor, proves to be the worst nightmare of Sadie. He is tanned, tall and muscular and loves her kids. Sadie believes that he must have a flaw and keeps her distance. But as the summer sun blazes on, fire of attraction sparks between the two. Sadie keeps on trying hard to simplify but may be a little complexity is all what she needs to get her dreams of love back.

7. Betrayal by Danielle Steel

Look at a very renowned Hollywood film director performing an act of unimaginable treachery. -And the first devastating blow may not be the last. Tallie Jones is a Hollywood legend, at thirty nine. She is quite passionate regarding her work as a director. Moreover the appreciations in the form of several box office awards increase her passion about making films. Tallie has no interest in the glamorous life of Los Angeles and that is why she has loving and close relationships with her daughter and aging father. Rounding out all the hardships and making it all work is Brigitte Parker. They both have contrasting personalities and have been friends since the film school. If Brigitte has polished glamour then Tallie has got artless natural beauty. If He has a highly organized style then it proves to be a protecting shield to Tallie’s down-to-earth behavior.

Soon small disturbances start rippling through her well settled world. Tallie gets to know that someone very close to her has been funneling a handsome amount of money from her accounts. And she finds herself in the most dangerous game of all where she is trying to trap the predator who is stalking her all the time.

In this thriller, Danielle Steel makes you aware of the dark side of glamor and fame. She has brilliantly captured the women’s will to navigate a minefield of loss and hurt.

6. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Gone Girl is quite clever stuff and is written with pretty skillful touches. I just loved the horrible truth about the couple who were always indulged in decoding the romantic hunts to demonstrate each other how much they love one another. There are many thrillers that take place in marriages and families but there are only a few who can inhabit two genres at the same time. Gone Girl proves to be more than a book when you read it. At least I was convinced after reading it and so was the New York Times.

5. Wait for Me by Elisabeth Naughton

The 5th best seller, Wait for me by Elisabeth Naughton, is a book about a woman without a past and a man who is desperate for a reason to live. The two contrasting genders with astonishing history will make the readers spell bound on their couch or on bed for hours, exploring what were the reasons which made these two characters like this.

4. Alex Cross, Run by James Patterson

Patterson was on the top of his game in his previous book Kill Alex Cross. And now the sequel of the master piece of James Patterson is surely exciting me. Alex Cross, Run seemed much better to me. Ride with the most thrilling and sensational characters, ever introduced by Patterson, in your imagination and explore the most unrelenting and the most thrilling story ever made by him.

3. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel by Jeff Kinney

Right, Gregg Heffley is making his way through middle school still. Moreover he is also dealing with issues like chicken pox and toilet paper. Here in The Third Wheel Greg’s school throws a valentine’s dance. He seems to be screwing up all the dates he has. But finally after so many tries he gets a date for the dance, the beautiful and charming Abigail. But to bring her he also has to bring the child- like and immature Rowley too. The story just gets a twist and full of suspense that how Greg tries to keep Rowley out of the picture and survives the valentines dance.

2. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover

Are you the kind who will search for the truth whether it makes you hopeless? Or are you the kind you will ignore this and believe in lies?

Probably that was the question Hoover had in his mind when he started writing this book. Cooler makes us discover the basic lessons of live, love, trust, and uncovers a healing power which only truth can bring. A story of two devastated and broken young people embarked on an intriguing journey, the journey of life.

1. Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks

Safe Haven was published in 2010 and still it is the best-selling book. Nicholas Sparks seems to have quite a grip on romance. The novel revolves around Katie, who is a mysterious 27 years old woman. Katie maintains her privacy at an extreme level. She has walls around her and she would not let anyone inside. No one knows what secrets she holds within herself and what made her like this until; she becomes friends with her neighbor, Jo. It becomes best selling book of 2013.

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