Saturday Seven: Best Sellers

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I wondered what the best selling books the last few years were so I went to USA Today to see what they said.


Wonder by R.J. Palacio was in the top ten on the USA Today best seller list for 16 weeks in 2017.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

The Fault in our Stars by John Green.

Inferno by Dan Brown

50 Shades of Grey by E.L. James

The Help by Kathryn Stockett

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  1. It’s interesting that all those books were also made into movies, except Harry Potter, which I think might be a Broadway show?

  2. Tonya Lucas says

    So for the last month when I went into the library there was an audiobook a new one that had just been released sitting on the shelf and I walked by it, finally one time I picked it up and read it, it sounded interesting, but I’ve never read this author, so I went and found something else and out the door I would went. This went on for a month or better!?
    So last week I was in there and this book literally screamed “pick me up dammit, I’m tired of sitting here.”
    Anyway I thought why not??? OH my goodness this is probably one of the best Murder mystery books I’ve ever read, it is definitely my kind of book. It’s about a serial killer truck driver and I was just so glued to this book it’s all I can do go into the office and work, especially after my breaks and my lunch. I will definitely be reading more CJ Box.
    So if you’re interested in my most favorite book of 2017, I highly suggest Paradise Valley by C.J. Box. But I must tell you there are 3 previous books that lead up to this one, which I backtracked and read.. then re read Paradise Valley again. Which for me is huge. I don’t re read books.

    I was on the edge of My seat, literally, reading Paradise Valley, both times!!

    • Stephanie Jenkins Ortiz Cerrillo says

      I can’t wait to get to know this author because he’s come so highly recommended by you!

  3. I like seeing how many bestsellers have been made into films (or plays) so far. I hope this trend continues!

  4. I haven’t read ANY of these.

    That’s typical of me, I guess. If everyone else is doing something, I’ll do something different!

  5. Stephanie Jenkins Ortiz Cerrillo says

    The only book on this list I’ve read is Fifty Shades of Grey. I’m pretty new in the wonderful world of reading after decades of not reading though. I’m terrible at picking one of anything so my favorite authors on my go-to-authors list since starting to read again are: Linda Broday, Rosanne Bittner, Lisa Gardner, Kari Lynn Dell, Shanna Hatfield, Joan Johnston, Hebby Roman and Sharon Sala. I just started reading again in November 2016 and I’m on my 129th book!! I can’t even decide my all time favorite book by each of these authors is though. Let the adventures continue is all I ask.

  6. Well, I haven’t read most of those, so I’m certainly not the person helping make them best sellers, lol. Thanks for the hop!


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