6 Must-Read Books of 2018: Some of Them Touch the Hearts, Some Finally Open the Eyes

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No matter what you prefer more, reading from a tablet or a real book, this list will help you to find some fascinating and unforgettable to read. 

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#1 Michelle Obama’s “Becoming”

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Michelle Obama’s book “Becoming” shot to No. 1 on Amazon on Friday, and it’s likely to stay there for a while. The book officially comes out on Tuesday, but it is already proving to be one of the buzziest titles of the year for the publishing business.

Nexter.org prepared for you five most talked about phrases from the former first-lady you can find in her book.

#2 Elizabeth H Winthrop’s The Mercy Seat

Winthrop’s The Mercy Seat is a novel about a black man accused of rape of his white girlfriend. The events are set in 1943 Louisiana.

The first pages tell us about the man execution, his father, his guard, district attorney and many more.

#3 Lisa Halliday’s Asymmetry

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It’s Lisa Halliday’s debut novel referring in some ways to the author’s relationship with the late Philip Roth.

One part of the book is about a young Iraqi-American caught in immigration police that touched most readers to the depths of their heart.

#4 Ben Schott’s “Jeeves and the King of Clubs”

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Ben Schott’s attempt to recreate the universe of Bertie and Jeeves of P. G. Wodehouse. He’s not the first one to do it, however, his version is quite pleasant to read.

His novel is hilarious and quirky that explains a lot why these characters are one of the most favorite couples in the world.

#5 Bill Clinton and James Patterson’s ‘The President is Missing’

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Former U.S. President Bill Clinton is finding success in a field other than politics, as his debut novel topped best-seller lists in its first week.

“The President is Missing,” the thriller he co-wrote with James Patterson, sold 250,000 copies its first week. Alfred A. Knopf and Little, Brown and Co., the book’s co-publishers, announced Wednesday that the number includes hardcover, e-book and audio sales.

NPD BookScan, which tracks about 85 per cent of print sales, reported sales of 152,000 copies. That’s BookScan’s top-selling fiction debut since the latest Diary of a Wimpy Kid, which came out last year, and biggest first week for adult fiction since Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman sold more than 700,000 hardcover copies in 2015.

#7 Michael Wolff’s “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House

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The publication of fragments from the book of the famous journalist Michael Wolff “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” caused a real outrage. The fragments appeared in the New York Magazine on Wednesday, January 3.

Michael Wolff had 200 interviews with senior staff, asking them what they thought about each other – and the boss. Trump’s press secretary calls the book “complete fantasy.”

“Due to unprecedented demand, we are moving the on-sale date for all formats of ‘Fire and Fury,’ by Michael Wolff, to Friday, January 5, at 9 a.m. ET, from the current on-sale date of Tuesday, January 9,” a Henry Holt spokeswoman told CNN Thursday afternoon.

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