Love reading fiction books? Full of plots, schemes, revenges and thrill, passion and anger, fiction books are undoubtedly read by amateurs as well as avid readers alike. The most popular fiction books include –
Fifty Shades of Grey by E. L. James – Published in 2011, set in Seattle highlights the relationship between a dynamic yet domineering business tycoon and a young college graduate. Followed by Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed as its second and third book, the entire trilogy has become very popular amongst women across all age groups. While weaving an inter mingled web of sexual fantasies, this trilogy is all about striking a balance between self identity and interdependence within a relationship while the society looms overhead to cut out the weaker of the two.
The Racketeer by John Grisham – Yet another legal thriller which involves the murder of 5 federal judges while leads are provided by one attorney who himself is imprisoned. Baffling the judiciary and the police, this fiction novel is intriguing and intensely gripping.
Shiva Trilogy by Amish Tripathi – Set against the Indian mythological background, the story revolves around the Meluh tribals who choose Shiva as their leader to win a war against their rivals Chandravanshis. After a couple of hitches, The Immortals of Meluha got published and received great acclaims followed by The Secret of the Nagas as its sequel. Most of readers are awaiting the release of The Oath of the Vayuputras, the third and the final book in this trilogy. Scheduled to be released before the end of 2012, do complete the first two books and catch up with the Vayuputras as soon as the book is released.
The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling is her first novel for adults after the Harry Potter series. A tragic novel with a comedy touch, The Casual Vacancy depicts the chaos and the chase to occupy the seat of the Parish Councillor in Pagford, a suburb in West County. Highlighted in the novel is crime, sex and the race for power. With the Guardian UK, accrediting J. K. Rowling on par with Conan Doyle, P D James and R L Stevenson for storytelling skills does make it a compelling read for most reading enthusiasts.
No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama bin Laden by pseudonym author Mark Owen. A military memoir written by Mark Owen who recounts the mission in killing Osama Bin Laden, the world’s most dreaded terrorist leader and his involvement in it. Topping a couple of best seller’s lists including Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com and the New York Times, it is a must read for it offers the actual description of the shoot out scene at Osama’s location.
With many more books to be added into the list, you could always try to lay your hands on them. Buying them online is one of the most convenient ways to do so. With CompareRaja offering you discount coupons along with the best price offered by various online stores, you can surely locate the best deal on your preferred book and read it anytime.