Winter is the perfect time to curl up on the couch with a warm cup of tea and a good book. To help you in that endeavour, here are 10 fiction bestsellers you can buy right now.
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10. Ready Player One
15.17 $13.65Buy Now
When you can get Will Wheaton to narrate your audio book, you know you're in with the geek crowd. This is a must-read for any gamer. Are you ready, Player One?
9. The Book Thief
$15.39 $13.85Buy Now
It's a rare writer who can make you empathise with death and have a connection with the reaper, but Zusak does it easily in this modern classic.
8. Sharp Objects
$11.25 $10.13Buy Now
Flynn is fast proving herself a staple in any thriller-loving bibliophile's collection. If you enjoyed Gone Girl, you'll love this one.
7. Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage
14.60 $13.14Buy Now
From Nagoya to Finland, Tsukuru Tazaki is on a mission to discover why his friends snubbed him so he can finally let go of his colourless feelings.
6. The Martian
$14.13 $12.27Buy Now
The movie of The Martian, starring Matt Damon and directed by Ridley Scott, doesn't come out until October, but the book it's based on can be yours right now.
5. We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
Karen Joy Fowler
$13.66 $12.29Buy Now
Rosemary's father is a pedantic professor, her mother had a nervous breakdown and her sister is a chimpanzee that has been raised alongside her as part of an experiment. Intrigued?
4. The Girl on the Train
$18.12 $16.31Buy Now
It's touted as a Gone Girl meets Rear Window thriller that will have you struggling to put it down. Care to put that claim to the test?
3. Fahrenheit 451
$9.90 $8.91Buy Now
Published in 1953, this golden oldie is still making bestseller lists today. We think that warrants a read.
2. All the Light We Cannot See
$18.07 $16.26Buy Now
All the Light We Cannot See is a Pulitzer Prize winner, a New York Times bestseller and a Carnegie Medal winner. It's not just another WWII story, and you need to read it.
1. Go Set a Watchman
Scout's return to Maycomb was one of the most anticipated literary events of the century. Don't pass it up.