Monday, 8 September 2014


Top 5 Book Titles - Must Read


As the title suggests, it is about book titles and that is how you arrived here!  We hope you find what you are looking for.  Yes, these are Bestselling titles year 2014.

Ranking
Fiction - Title
July
August
Amazon Current
1
Don't Order Dog by CT Wente
2
 
3
The First Phone Call From Heaven by Mitch Albom
 
4
The Target by David Baldacci
 
5
Faceoff by David Baldacci
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Ranking
Non-Fiction - Title
July
August
Amazon Current
1
Empire Of Summer Moon  SC Gwynne
2
How Life Works by Andrew Matthews
 
3
 
4
Asia's Cauldron by Robert Kaplan
 
5
 
 
 
 
 

 


Preview

http://www.bookdepository.com/book/9781408704035/?a_aid=99iamwinston212
 
Author of 'The Silkworm'
 
The silkworm is the second mystery staring private detective Cormoran Strike, but the real enigma here is why Harry Potter's creator Joanne Kathleen Rowling again uses just the pseudonym Robert Galbraith on the cover.  Her identity as the true author, rather than fictitious retired military policeman Galbraith, was revealed last July.  Apparently, another of her Best Selling book, The Cuckoo's Calling was her first book launched last year.
One peculiar, as in most readers' mind was the "quotations" at the start of each chapter of "The Silkworm".  They smack of aspirations to the highbrow and serve to irritate rather than enlighten.
A quick search on Wikipedia, you may find these quotes are the words of 17th-century writers Ben Jonson, John Webster and William Congreve, whose type of extravagant, near-farcical gory drama Rowling is apparently mirroring.  Or mocking, one is never really sure.
After all, this is a mystery set  in the publishing world and written by the most successful author in recent history but the plot here revolves around a terrible writer, one so bad that no one wants to represent his work or even read it.  Want to know more of how the story unveil, pick up a copy now .  Rowling's authorship will justify the purchase of this book to many.


 

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