Best Selling Authors in 2014
Well a lot of good books were published in 2014 but few authors managed to make a name in the list of top selling authors of the year. Here is a list of best selling books along with their author’s name and central theme that will help you gain an insight into the books.
“We were Liars” is written by E. Lockhart. It is a civilized and modern suspense novel. This book has been nominated for literary awards like Milwaukee County Teen Book award (2015) and won the Bookworm Best Award for Best Fiction. Other popular works of the author include The Boyfriend List (2005), Dramarama (2007) and The Treasure map of boys (2009).
“Mr. Mercedes (Bill Hodges Trilogy no.1)” written by Stephen King is another masterpiece that was published in 2014. It reveals the never ending war between the good and the evil. It incorporates high level of suspense through an insane killer. Stephen King is famous for his works related to the genres of horror, suspense, fantasy and science fiction. More than 350 million copies of his books have been sold so far. He has written 55 novels, 200 short stories and 6 non-fiction books as well.
“Station Eleven” written by Emily St. John Mandel received considerable awe and inspiration from literary circles. It was published in September of 2014. It has won Nominee for National Book Award for Fiction (2014). It explains the heart touching story of a Hollywood star and his nomadic co-stars who risk all they possess for their love of humanity and art. The author comes from Canada. She is famous for her previous novels that were The Singer’s Gun, The Lola Quartet and Last Night in Montreal.
“I’ll give you the Sun” written by Jandy Nelson is of course topand adorable works in 2014. It is an outstanding story of love, loss, family and betrayal. This novel came from the renowned author Jandy Nelson who won award for her The Sky Is Everywhere.
“Esther Grace Earl” written by John Green is basically a mix of journals, sketches, letters and fictional stuff related to Esther Grace Earl who died in 2010 when she was just sixteen years old. The essays and photographs in the book help to understand Esther’s Story. John Green in his introduction to the book has dedicated his top rated novel of 2014 , The Fault in our Stars to her. The author has won Printz Award in 2006 for his maiden novel Looking For Alaska. This however, does not come as a surprise to many who find her works adorable and interesting, all the same.