No Twilight Books On This List Of The Best-Selling Fiction of 2008

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2008 was a year of extremes. We’ve got deep philosophical musings about the inner workings of mankind all the way to slapstick and Harry Potter tie-ins. Let’s review:
No Twilight Books On This List Of The Best-Selling Fiction of 2008

4Fearless Fourteen

In yet another episode of Janet Evanovich’s series of Stephanie Plum novels, Stephanie is stuck guarding a famous singer while babysitting the child of a cousin of her sometimes-love-interest Morelli. The fourteenth book is a welcome change from number thirteen which was relatively dark and involved more kidnappings and explosions than usual. Not that those are bad things in a novel about a bounty hunter, but hanging out with a mischievous kid gives more scope for Stephanie’s every-woman clumsiness which, we have to admit, is a huge part of her appeal. It also gets us some insight into Morelli’s extended family, which nonetheless doesn’t get us any closer to the question of which guy Stephanie will choose in the end.

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