Top 10 Best Sellers in Books reviewer 2017

top 10 Best Sellers in Books reviewer 2017 

2017 is here! You must be looking for a good read to breaden your understanding, gain knowledge, relax and pass time or develop a skill. Whatever the reason, the choice can really be time consuming, stressful and even disappointing when you end up with a book that does not meet your expectations. This Top 10 best sellers book reviewer in 2017 saves you the hassle and guesswork associated with looking for your favorite book. We look into fiction, nonfiction and books for kids. Let us begin the countdown!top 10 Best Sellers in Books reviewer 2017 

10. Humans Of New York: Stories

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Humans Of New York: Stories

This book, written by photographer Brandon Stanton, was published in 2013 based on his blog, Humans Of New York. Based on intriguing interviews, the #1 New York Times Bestseller tells astonishing stories of Brandon’s interviewers along the streets of New York. The book goes past the exceptionally candid and surprising stories as it includes stunning pictures of people. Retailing at about $20, Humans Of New York: Stories still remains one of the best sellers. In fact, both the photos and stories are in depth, well illustrated and certainly moving.

 

 

 

 

9. Hustle: The People at the Top of the Mountain Didn’t Fall There

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Hustle: The People at the Top of the Mountain Didn’t Fall There

It takes a lot to be successful in anything. It is even more difficult in an era when opportunities are either too scarce or not so encouraging. Joshua Medcalf pens a challenging yet very inspiring book with steps and measures of becoming successful at anything. It is a great read for people yearning for success or influence. At about $18, Joshua aims help people get out of their comfort zone and chase their dreams by being positive thinkers and good planners. Well, this book puts Medcalf with the best in this field.

 

 

 

 

 

8. The Wonderful Things You Will Be

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The Wonderful Things You Will Be

Emily Winfield Martin’s The Wonderful Things You Will Be makes it to our Top 10 Best sellers book reviewers in 2017. Going for about $10, this is a highly recommended book for both preschooling boys and girls. It is easy to comprehend and appreciates the fact that childhood is a time filled with potential. This is inspiring and a perfect choice for young parents who would want to keep their children focused. There is no better gift you can give your child this year.

 

 

 

 

7. The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

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The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

Amy Schumer, an award-winning actress and comedian proves her writing prowess with this hilarious, sexually explicit, intriguing and political book. The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo paints the picture of a woman who hilariously uses her courage to pursue what she stands. Amy’s storytelling technique will leave you in stitches. At about $10, this book will keep you turning the pages all day and high.

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. The Girls

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The Girls

Emma Cline turns myths into an intimate mind blowing, heartbreaking piece. Her understanding of the girl child is superb and she makes us understand that there is a girl in every culture or community. An unseen, unheard ignored and angry figure. She blends well her understanding of human beings(the girl child) and her mastery of language. At about $18, this book is well researched and written.

 

 

 

 

 

5. Turn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Turning Followers into Leaders

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Turn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Turning Followers into Leaders

 The world is not about being a leader or forging loyal followers. This is a true story of how Santa Fe, a former army captain managed to change his leadership in a field where strictly following orders in itself is a law. This book retails at about $20. As Santa creatively puts it, in every position or business, you can use David Marquets theory to turn around your ship and make everyone around you improve their productivity and accept more responsibility.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. The Underground Railroad (National Book Award Winner) (Oprah’s Book Club): A Novel

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The Underground Railroad

Written by the award winning the #1 New York Times Best seller Coleson Whitehead, The Underground Railroad (National Book Award Winner) (Oprah’s Book Club): A Novel will keep you turning the pages. It tells the story of a slave in a cotton plantation in Georgia. Ceasar tells Cora of an underground railroad. They both agree to escape and what follows is a heartbreaking but interesting story.For a price slightly lower than $18, you have yourself a blockbuster.

 

 

 

 

3. Hamilton: The Revolution

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Hamilton The Revolution

Retailing at about $27,_Hamilton gives readers an unprecedented the revolutions that brought about the founding of USA as well as the historic ware against the British. The book features photos by renowned photojournalist Joan Marcus. Several prominent people, including President have participated in the production of this revealing book.

 

 

 

 

 

2. Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Patriots

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Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Patriots

David Fisher is a master. It is a fact that the American revolution was neither a unanimously decided cause nor a something inevitable. David Fisher tells the fascinating tale of the face off between colonialists and rebels that has since defined the nation’s rich history. This interesting story is highly factual and fast-paced and irresistible. With a price tag of about $24, you get to enjoy the adventurous journey of ”young ” American.

 

 

 

 

 

1. When Breath Becomes Air

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When Breath Becomes Air

Simply put, it is impossible to read this book and then throw it on the shelves to gather dust. Dr. Paul Kalanithi’s memoir is inherently sad and emotional. Paul, a neurosurgeon, writes this book at a time he is faced with diagnosis of stage IV lung cancer. From the perspective of a patient and not a doctor, Paul Kalanithi explores the ins and outs of every little thing that makes life matter. For about $15, Paul delivers a humble and highly relatable memoir that will certainly leave you in tears but enlightened.