Best books 2018 so far

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best books 2018 so far

No Way Out (Bluford High, #14) by Peggy Kern

Bluford High freshman Harold Davis is trapped. Medical bills for his sick grandmother are piling up, and a social worker has threatened to put him in a foster home. Desperate for money, he reluctantly agrees to work for Londell James, a neighborhood drug dealer. The choice leads him into a world of dangerous streets where no one is safe. Will Harold escape the violence that surrounds him, or will he become its next victim?
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The Best Books of 2018

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"The Great Alone" by Kristin Hannah

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There are so many books being published every month, so how can we boil a year's worth of titles down to a few bests? Though if you're looking for the best comics or graphic novels, we have another list for that. Some are conversation-drivers, others are hidden gems. You'll get around to them eventually. But the emails are not spam, and this former foster kid is indeed a long-lost princess. What follows is a fairy-tale romance rooted in the very real world.

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Amazon has released its annual list of the best books of the year so far. These top 20 books released between January and June of were hand-selected by Amazon book editors and represent a range of genres, including drama, true crime, and fantasy. This stirring memoir chronicles how she survived her survivalist upbringing, eventually earning a PhD from Cambridge University. In this pressure cooker of a page-turner, a damaged Vietnam vet moves his family to the wilds of Alaska. Clever, informative, and sometimes endearingly bumbling, this mix of natural history and crime opens up new worlds.

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