Planning to catch up on 2013’s bestselling books? Well, have a look at our list of top bestselling books and pick them up all or a couple of them. Most of these books are available online and at very affordable prices. So, make sure you take spend time not only reading their reviews but purchasing them online as well.
Inferno by Dan Brown
The fourth Robert Langdon novel, Inferno is set in the picturesque town of Florence, Italy. The novel has the usual ingredients of a Dan Brown novel- historical information, conspiracies from the past, and a villain obsessed with Dante’s Divine Comedy. The Harvard Professor of Symbology, wakes up to find himself at the center of a world changing Crisis. The novel has a neck breaking speed and forces the reader to continuously think who is on which side.
The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith
The Cuckoo’s Calling is a classic detective novel, written in a refreshing way. An ex-army turned private detective, Cormoran Strike faces the worst days of his life– his longtime girlfriend has left him, being a private detective isn’t fetching him enough to pay his creditors, and he is down to just one client. And then a high profile case lands in his lap. Lula Landry, a famous supermodel, has allegedly killed herself, but his brother, Strike’s childhood acquaintance doesn’t buy it. Paired with a temporary assistant, Robin, Strike investigates the case. Though the novel has all the traits of being hackneyed, Galbraith surprises you with skillful storytelling and un-formulaic twists.
The Siege: The Attack on the Taj Mumbai by Cathy Scott-Clark & Adrian Levy
This non-fiction, accounts one of the most blatant terrorist attacks in the modern history- Mumbai 26/11. Four terrorists infiltrated the Taj Mumbai, and for 3 days, the world sat down and watched the show of terror. Written by two journalists, the book is an incisive take on what actually transpired in 26/11 in those 3 days. How Indian Security forces faltered, how the terrorists were trained, the Headley scenario and the transcripts of the calls between the terrorists and their handlers– all these and much more form the content of The Siege. With terrifying tales of people stuck in Taj, and gripping details of the whole issue, The Siege is a must-read.
The Oath of Vayuputras by Amish Tripathi
The soul of India is in perils. The Evil has risen, and only a God can fight it. Shiva gathers his forces to fight against an adversary, whose mere name brings fear in even the fiercest of the warriors. But Shiva must defeat it, at all costs.
In his desperate moments he reaches out to Vayuputras– a group, which has never helped him before. In the last part of the gripping Shiva Trilogy, Amish Tripathi concocts an exciting and mysterious story.
I am Malala by Malala Yousafzai & Christina Lamb
In the face of terror from the Taliban, a fifteen year old girl speaks for her rights. This is the story of ordinary girl, Malala Yousafzai who stood for her right to education and was shot in the head by the Taliban. In what followed the incident was a miraculous recovery and this Afghani village girl’s journey from the Swat valley to the United Nations. Reading I am Malala gives you a first-hand account on the impact of Terrorism on the lives of ordinary people, a story of how Global Terrorism destroyed the teenager’s family and exiled her from her birthplace. If you ever doubted if one person’s voice mattered, read I am Malala.
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