Fiction Bestsellers are a good pick to ruffle the mind on a day with nothing better to do, especially on a long holiday or a short break. While the list is long as the market is flooded with both non-fiction and fiction bestsellers and great books to read, here are some fiction bestsellers of 2018 listed by different publishers.
Origin by Dan Brown
Origin, a mystery novel by Dan Brown set in Spain, is the fifth installment in his Robert Langdon series. The novel pitted artificial intelligence against religion, engaging the readers.
The Missing Girl by Jenny Quintana
The Missing Girl authored by Jenny Quintana is full of twists and turns and attempts to solve decades old mystery. The novel revolves around Gabriella and how her disappearance impacts her family and loved ones. The 321-page novel will keep you hooked with its interesting plot.
The Woman in The Window by A J Finn:
AJ Finn’s The Woman in The Window portrays the story of a woman, Anna Fox, who keeps an eye on the neighbouring family through their window as she believes something is wrong with them. Anna’s character believes she has seen a murder but is not sure about her recollections.
Dark in Death by JD Robb:
As the name suggests, JD Robb’s Dark in Death is dark and has a clear plot where Eve Dallas solves the cases. The slow moments and the ending climax makes the book a must read
The Great Alone by Kristen Hannah:
The Great Alone by Kristen Hannah takes us into the lives of the struggling Allbright family. The novel is based in 1974, a time when there was political and social unrest in USA.
Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs
Burn Bright is Patricia Briggs’ twenty-fourth novel and sixth installment of the 'Alpha and Omega' series. Patrica, in her book Burn Bright, merged two fantasy urban series where Anna and Charles take care of the Marrok pack while Bran is away.
So what are you waiting for? Go, grab a novel and read in peace.