It’s always so good to see that a young mind that is an inspiration for everyone under 30 (and above) manages to reach the top. It just reinstates the faith that age is just a number and anything can be achieved at any point of time. Such is the story of Durjoy Datta who stands tall at 30 years of age, by releasing The Boy With A Broken Heart in 2017 which has overtaken Dan Brown’s Origin for the first position in the bestselling fiction list of HT-Nielsen.
The list keeps the readers spell bound by placing some of the most intelligent books on the first spot in fiction, non-fiction and children’s bestselling. The list is quite varied as arrange of genres and stories have come in the limelight. The books, which have reached such a height, are not just a recommendation but also a life advice as one gets to read some of the most heart whelming stories, which lead to a definite intellectual uprising.
In the list of Non-fiction Derek O-Brien’ Inside Parliament has landed at the top spot. Following this are Dr Joseph Murphy’s The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, Napolean Hill’s Think and Grow Rich and Raghuram Rajan’s I Do What I do.As the name suggests Inside Parliament gives an insight in the parliament giving it a provocative tone and sheds light on what is the state of the nation.
Everyone around the world has grown up on the Wimpy Kid, and much like the childhood Jeff Kinney’s latest Wimpy Kid book, The Getaway strikes again making it the bestseller in children’s books internationally. The whimsical nature and the absurd tricks just never seem to fade for children and much like our childhood the other positions also remain unchanged with John Green’s Turtles All The Way Down, JK?Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Geronimo Stilton’s The Dragon of Fortune respectively.
The last category is of children’s books by Indian publishers and some how we always know what is going to land first. It is the timelessness that the book resides in and not the Timeless Tales that reside in Panchtantra making it forever young and vibrant. It is followed by 365 Panchatantra stories, The Best of Panchatantra and 365 Bedtime Stories.