Celebrities 10 Best Selling Books of 2012

Books have been the most loyal companion for so many people. They are always there and ready to get read. Apparently the only companion that never says NO.

The-Third-Wheel

As all the previous book, book 7 of Diary of a Wimpy Kid – an award winning series is spectacular.

the-hunger-games

With already great writing and story, The book became more popular after a motion picture was made before it.

No-Easy-Day

Story is about a man who is in a 24 man group preparing for the biggest mission of their lives. An adventurous and thrilling story.

mockingjay

Miraculously, Katniss survives the Hunger Games competition twice and returns home for the second time but is she safe? The Copitol is still angry as they wanted revenge for what Katniss did in her first competition. Now they have some other plans for Katniss.

jesus-calling

jesus calling is a beautiful book related to God and Jesus. The author Sarah Young wrote everything she believes in this book.

Gone-girl

One of the most amazing suspense writers of the era, Gillian Flynn writes about a marriage gone completely wrong.

Fifty-Shades-of-Grey-book

After living with each other, Ana learns she cannot go on like this and decides to break up the relationship.

fifty-shades-of-grey-book

A story about two totally different people falling in love, Ana and Christian. After Ana, who is a student, interviews Christian who is an entreprenuer, she gets attracted to him and gets desperate to want him.

fifty-shades-grey-book

After falling in love and realizing that Christian is the love of her life, Ana demands a serious commitment. Christian fails to say no and they get along seriously but fate is inevitable.

catching-fire

After the first book, who would not want to read the future of Katniss and Peeta. Once again the author – Suzanne Collins does it beautifully.

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