There are literally millions of authors out there trying to write a book that ends up on a bestsellers list. However, a few authors have actually managed to do it. With timeless words and compelling storylines, these masters of the written language have blown away their readers. If you love books, then you need to know who these people are.
The famous Harper Lee, author of the classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird, has done it again with Go Set a Watchman. Although the story was originally penned back in the 1950s, publishers assumed it was lost until just recently. It tells a tale featuring some of the same characters as her former classic, thoughtfully illustrating their lives twenty years later as they make their way through various obstacles.
Atlantis Plague is the first in a three-part series that is leaving readers asking, “Is this real or make believe?” Set in modern times, the story unfolds with a world-wide catastrophe spiraling out of control. The other-worldly plot, written by best-selling author A.G. Riddle, uses bits of real data to encourage readers to take a journey into a seemingly possible scenario.
Best-selling author, Andy Weir, has earned his spot on this list with his book entitled The Martian. It describes an unlikely scenario featuring a lone astronaut who finds himself trapped all alone on the planet Mars. Facing every likely obstacle possible, Weir writes his character into one disaster after another, begging the question, “Could this really happen?”
If you are into inspirational coming-of-age stories, the best-selling author, Elizabeth Hickey, has just what the doctor ordered. Her book, The Painted Kiss, takes readers through an adventure about a young girl who becomes one of Europe’s most exclusive couturiers by directly working with a variety of interesting characters. Set in 1886 Vienna, this book is still a timeless work of literature.
Robert Masello makes the entire world rethink its beliefs about the history of mankind in The Einstein Prophecy. Based upon verifiable historical accounts and irrefutable evidence, Masello creates a provocative book that takes a close look at what modern society believes to be true. Although the title might suggest a staunch reading, this fantastic work leaves readers reeling on the edge of their seats from the first page.