New York City is the capital of New York, but it’s a pretty crowded place for any of us to find our own niche.
And we’ve got plenty of that.
Here are our top 10 best-selling books in 2018, ranked from most-popular to least-popular.
This list is by no means exhaustive.
And I’m not going to rank books by sales.
That’s something you can find on Amazon.
(I’m just making sure you know which books I’m looking for.)
I’m just trying to make a list of books I enjoy reading, not the books I hate reading.
And that’s why this list includes everything from literary thrillers to dystopian thrillers.
If you’re not sure what you like about a book, you might want to start with the list’s bottom-ranked titles.
It’ll take a little work to figure out which books are worth your time.
The End of the World by Stephen King and Stephen King, $35.99 Amazon This is one of the most critically acclaimed books I’ve read in years.
It’s not the best book of the year, but I’d definitely recommend it for anyone who wants to explore some of the darkest themes of our time.
If I’m reading a book this good, I want to read as many of it as I can.
The Great Gatsby by Charles Dickens, $23.99 New York The great gatsby is one weird novel that you won’t read unless you’ve read it a million times, and it’s also one of my favorites.
Dickens’ novel is about a young writer named Nicky who is constantly reminded of the horrors of slavery and racism and the violence of war and the corruption of politics, and he’s constantly trying to figure things out.
It is a wonderful novel, but you’ll find yourself missing the whole thing because you can’t get past the ending.
If only Dickens had written a follow-up book.
The Black Dahlia by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, $21.99 Random House Ngozis novels are rare, and I always find them to be an intriguing and intriguing read.
The first book in her trilogy The Black Diaspora, The Black List, and The Black City, she focuses on the lives of the Nigerian and Kenyan immigrant families that came to America in the 1950s and ’60s, and her descriptions of their lives are fascinating and insightful.
I read this book a lot, and you’ll never guess which book I’m talking about.
The Big Sick by Anne Rice, $19.99 Hachette The Big Skin is an amazing novel, one that is both an epic and a coming-of-age tale.
This book is full of personal experiences and family connections that I want readers to know are real and real people.
Rice has a wonderful sense of humor, and this book is filled with wonderful personal stories.
The Way Things Were by Susan Cain, $16.99 HarperCollins I’m a big fan of Cain’s writing, but her new book is a very different kind of novel.
It takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where the climate has been devastated by a super-volcanic eruption and humans have been displaced.
The way things were in the novel is pretty unique, and that’s part of what makes it so good.
The Last Days by Anne Carson, $15.99 Simon & Schuster I really love this book, and its got a lot of emotional weight to it.
I’m glad I read it when I did.
I was looking forward to the book because I was going to be going to a bookstore with my husband for the holidays.
I got the book, read the first three chapters, and then went back to the bookstore and picked up the second three.
This is a book about family, and Carson is great at capturing the complexity and humanity of our relationship.
The War on Terror by Ayn Rand, $12.99 Vintage I think of Ayn, the author of Atlas Shrugged, as one of America’s greatest heroes, but this is her best work.
It shows how to be a great leader and how to stand up to a tyrant.
The Secret Life of Bees by Katherine Anne Porter, $10.99 Puffin I’ve never read this, but she’s been one of those authors who I love when I see her in person.
She’s such a gifted storyteller, and the story is so moving.
The Fifth Season by Yael Cohen, $8.99 Doubleday I’m so glad I picked this book up at this time, because it’s really beautiful.
I can’t wait to read it.
Cohen has been writing about a female protagonist who’s struggling with a lot.
It all comes to a head in The Fifth Seasons, where we see a woman who’s been through the most horrible things, and she’s trying to