We’re starting a new blog series today, and it’s likely to be a while until we finish it. We’re going to cover the bestselling fiction of the last one hundred years, one year at a time.
Each list will be ten books, the ten bestselling books of the last one hundred years and as we’re still in 2018 (just) we’re starting with 1918.
As the lists continue you’ll see trends through the years as popular authors shine through, but for today it’s the ten bestselling books of 1918.
All of these recommended reads are either fiction, or read like fiction and are published as novels. Some are already on the shelves, others available for pre-order for later this year.
We have suspense and page-turners galore, debut novels and favourite authors. Here they are, the best crime and suspense novels out this June!
This summer, Bill Gates is recommending five books and here they are, along with what he says about them.
We’re covering each year at a time and we’re now approaching the end of the 1940s as we feature 1948.
1948 was a leap year, which saw the first prefab houses to counter the lack of housing after the war, televisions started to appear in homes, Mahatma Gandhi was murdered, and a loaf of bread in the US cost just 14c.
Among all that, there were plenty of books published and read too, and today we’re featuring the bestselling novels of 1948, and some that didn’t make the list but have stood the test of time. Read More
If you want to care about the planet and want to make positive change but you don’t really understand what it’s all about, why it’s happening, and what you can do about it then today we are bringing you six must read books about climate change to ensure you’re as informed as possible!
There’s a selection of reads, across various genres but they all have one thing in common, they are guaranteed to make you feel summery! From old favourites to new releases we hope you’ll find something to read from this list!