When the romantic comedy, Crazy Rich Asians, hit cinema screens it quickly became one of the highest earning films for its genre in the past decade or so.
Jane Eyre, which was written by Charlotte Brontë and published in 1847, is a good example of a classic novel that was ahead of its time. The protagonist of the tale is Jane and the story deals with her growing up, becoming an adult and falling in love.
Trudy Hicks hunts ghosts. Not to prove they exist— but to figure out why they’re still here. For readers who enjoy a fun, adventurous paranormal mystery, Case One - The Deceit, this is the book to pick up.
A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L'Engle was first published way back in 1962, but has remained a firm favorite with children and adults ever since.
The Peter Benchley novel, Jaws, was published in 1974 and his tale of a great white shark that terrorizes a small resort town quickly became a bestseller. While reviews from critics were mixed, readers couldn't get enough of the shark and millions of copies were sold.
In this spellbinding legal drama, Garrett Goodlove finds himself in a race against time to save his sister from a fate she doesn’t deserve.
Both January and February featured plenty of stellar books across all genres for readers. March certainly did not disappoint either, so check out what the top books in each category is that kept readers burning the midnight oil last month.
Long before Jurassic Park was a movie franchise that grossed billions of dollars, it was a science fiction novel that was written by Michael Crichton in 1990. His tale about cloned dinosaurs running amok in a theme park became one of his most successful novels.
Cormac McCarthy is an author who built a reputation for himself with his gritty novels. He has written ten novels over his career and all of them have received critical acclaim and numerous awards.
Vladimir Nabokov wrote Lolita in 1995 and the novel quickly grabbed the attention of readers due to its controversial subject matter. The story is written from the perspective of an unreliable author using the pseudonym of Humbert Humbert.