Amazon Best Selling Books 2020


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Here are the Amazon Best Selling Books 2020.

1. “Normal People by Sally Rooney”

“Normal People by Sally Rooney” is on the top of Amazon Best Selling Books 2020. This coming of age story is centered on Irish teenagers Connell and Marianne, and their complicated but seemingly unwavering connection. It’ll take you back to memories of first love, and probably have you shedding a tear or two.

2. “The Other Wife by Claire McGowan”

In the second Amazon Best Selling, Books 2020 list is “The Other Wife by Claire McGowan”. Suzi, Nora, and Elle are three women each with secretive pasts to conceal. When a shock event brings strangers together, they realize they have more in common than they first thought, and their lives are forever changed.

3. “Where the Crawdads Sing”

Where the Crawdads Sing is best an exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder. Owens tells us that we are always shaped by the children we once were and that we are all subject to the beautiful and violent secrets that nature keeps.

4. “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts 1 & 2, Special Rehearsal Edition Script”

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” is the eighth story in J.K. Rowling’s spellbinding series and our Portkey back to the magical wizarding world. The play — conceived by J.K Rowling, John Tiffany, and playwright Jack Thorne — picks up 19 years later. The Boy Who Lived is now an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic. And his son, Albus Severus Potter, is at Hogwarts struggling with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted.

5. “Killing the Rising Sun: How America Vanquished World War II Japan (Bill O’Reilly’s Killing Series)”

“Killing the Rising Sun” details the final moments of World War II and the U.S.’s controversial decision to drop atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It’s the sixth book in Bill O’Reilly’s top-selling “Killings” franchise.

6. “The 15th Affair: The New Women’s Murder Club Novel”

Just when she thinks she can happily enjoy family life, agent Lindsay Boxer is called to a crime scene at the Four Seasons Hotel. Now Boxer must find this beautiful blonde woman who escaped the crime scene. But before she can track down the woman for questioning, Boxer’s husband disappears. The more Boxer digs, the more she fears that her husband shares a secret past with this elusive woman.

7. “The Beekeeper’s Promise by Fiona Valpy”

Set in rural France at the Château Bellevue, this moving story follows two remarkable women, generations apart, who must use adversity to their advantage and find the resilience deep within.

8. “The Flat Share by Beth O’Leary”

Tiffy wants a cheap flat, and starve. Leon works nights and demands cash. Their friends think they’re stupid, but it’s the perfect solution: Leon holds the one-bed flat while Tiffy’s at work in the day and she has the run of the place at the bottom of the time.

But with obsessive ex-boyfriends, demanding customers at work, wrongly imprisoned brothers and, of course, the fact that they still haven’t met yet, they’re about to discover that if you want the perfect home you need to start the rulebook out the window…

9. “Half a World Away by Mike Gayle”

Kerry and Noah have torn apart as children, and their lives have taken very different turns, with Noah becoming a barrister with a loving family in London’s fashionable Primrose Hill, while single mum Kerry provides for her son by cleaning houses she could never afford. When Kerry reaches out to her long-lost brother, their lives are turned upside down.

10 “Crisis of Character”

Ever wonder what the most powerful leader of the free world is like in person? Former secret service officer Gary Byrne can tell you a thing or two. “In Crisis of Character,” Byrne, who was posted directly outside President Clinton’s oval office, reveals what it’s like protecting the First Family.

11. “Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce”

To everyone else, it seems like Alison has a perfect family life, but in reality, it’s messy and full of lies. At work, she feels a strange urge to protect a woman she’s representing, who’s pleading guilty to a murder charge but telling a story that doesn’t add up. Someone else knows Alison’s truth, and they want to make her pay.

12. “Strangers by C.L. Taylor”

Ursula thinks she killed the love of her life. Gareth’s been receiving strange postcards. And Alice is being stalked. None of them are used to relying on others but when the three strangers’ lives unexpectedly collide, there’s only one thing for it: they have to stick together to stay alive.

13. “Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid”

A transporting novel concerning a fictional ’70s rock band whose sound established the era. Their albums were on every turntable. They sold out arenas from coast to coast. This is the narrative of their incredible rise, and why they broke up.

14. “The Magnolia Story”

Chip and Joanna Gaines, leads of HGTV’s massive hit “Fixer Upper,” can instantly say they are top-selling authors. “The Magnolia Story” provides readers a glimpse into the life the husband-and-wife team share — everything from the childhood memories that shaped them and the moment they met, to their very earliest home-renovation design and the time they almost lost it all.

15. “One With You: A Crossfire Novel”

“One With You” is the fifth and final installment in the Crossfire series. It’s about two troubled people and their tumultuous and searing love story. One analyst said that reading this book was “like possessing a crisp and full-bodied wine after a yummy steak dinner. We are transmitted sated, buzzed, and with a smile on our faces.”

16. “The Obsession”

From the story: “Naomi Bowes lost her innocence the night she heeded her father into the forests. In delivering the girl trapped in the root cellar, Naomi revealed the horrible extent of her father’s crimes and made him infamous. No matter how close she gets to happiness, she can’t outrun the sins of Thomas David Bowes.”

17. “Everything We Keep”

Aimee Tierney had it all figured out: She was going to marry her childhood sweetheart, start a family, and, hopefully, open her very own restaurant. That was until her fiancé mysteriously vanished. Instead of wearing white and walking down the aisle on her wedding day, she’s cloaked in black and attending her fiancé’s funeral. The details of his disappearance are sketchy, so, naturally, she tries to learn the truth. But as she delves deeper into her fiancé’s disappearance, she uncovers some information that makes her question her relationship.

18. Fool Me Once”

From the story: “Former special ops pilot Maya, home from the war, sees an unthinkable image captured by her nanny cam while she is at work: her two-year-old daughter playing with Maya’s husband, Joe who was viciously murdered two weeks earlier. The interesting question at the core of the story: Can you believe everything you see with your own eyes, even when you seriously want to? To find the answer, Maya must eventually come to terms with deep secrets and deceit in her past before she can face the unbelievable truth about her husband — and herself.”

19. “The Wrong Side of Goodbye”

In the sphere of crime thrillers, Michael Connelly writes some of the best. This unpredictable, great-written novel carries readers to Harry Bosch, California’s newest private investigator. His contemporary responsibility: find a person who sways not even exist.

20. “Before the Fall”

A chartered plane crashes into the Atlantic Ocean, killing all but two passengers — JJ, the son of a media mogul, and Scott Burroughs, a struggling, middle-aged painter. Burroughs emancipates four-year-old JJ and swims to drain the land. Just why did the plane crash? As the story opens, the readers will get the backstories of individual doomed passengers and see how Burroughs copes with the widow’s fault.

21. “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down”

“Double Down” is the 11th book in Jeff Kinney’s “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” series. Of course, Greg Heffley hasn’t changed. He’s still hatching plans that are doomed from the start and caring about what people think of him. In this tale, Heffley finds an old video camera in his basement and decides to make a scary movie. Can he double down on the movie-making plan and prove to everybody that he has what it takes?

22. “The Black Widow”

Author Daniel Silva returns with another thriller. “The Black Widow” is about Gabriel Allon, a legendary detective, and sculpture restorer, who is poised to become the chief of Israel’s secret intelligence cooperation. However, on the night of his promotion, ISIS shoots a bomb in Paris. Hopeless and afraid, the French government begs Gabriel to find the terrorist responsible for the crime before he strikes again.

23. “When Breath Becomes Air”

Paul Kalanithi was a doctor on the verge of completing his training as a neurosurgeon at 36. There was so much to look forward to raising his infant daughter, sharing his life with his wife, and making meaningful contributions to the medical field. But his aspirations came to a screeching halt when he was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer.

In his profoundly mesmerizing memoir, Kalanithi chronicles his experiences while confronting his mortality and what it means to be fully alive. He died before he could finish writing his autobiography. The book, which was published posthumously, has spent nearly a year on “The New York Times” best-seller list. for more reviews visit “Amazon Best Selling Books 2020

24. “The Last Mile”

Melvin Mars was condemned for murdering his parents 20 years ago. Now he’s just figuring down the last hours before his execution. That is continuously someone else divulges to the crime Mars was convicted of committing. Amos Decker is a recently hired detective on an FBI special task force who, after studying about the odd turn of events, is immediately drawn to Mars’ case. Things start to get dicey after Decker convinces the task force to study the case and enlists Mars’ help to find out the truth. for more reviews visit “Amazon Best Selling Books 2020“.

25. “Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis”

Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis is at the last in Amazon Best Selling Books 2020. In “Hillbilly Elegy,” Silicon Valley investment manager and Yale Law School graduate J.D. Vance examines a culture in crisis — that of the white working class. His experiences growing up in a poor Rust Belt town conjure a compelling narrative that addresses issues related to economic insecurity and the ascent of President-elect Donald Trump.

It’s a modern-day wake-up call to a disintegrating age-old ideal, the American Dream. “The New York Times” listed it as a best-seller and one of “Six Books to Help Understand Trump’s Win.”

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