For the bookworms in relationships, it was quite a magastos month and the best selling books in February 2019 is the chance to #selflove by reading. For the single bookworms out there, these best sellers are what they are waiting for. So to wrap up the love month this year, here are your best sellers from National Book Store for Feb 2019!
1. The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck
For decades, we’ve been told that positive thinking is the key to a happy, rich life. “F**k positivity,” Mark Manson says. “Let’s be honest, shit is f**ked and we have to live with it.” In his wildly popular Internet blog, Manson doesn’t sugarcoat or equivocate. He tells it like it is—a dose of raw, refreshing, honest truth that is sorely lacking today. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k is his antidote to the coddling, let’s-all-feel-good mindset that has infected American society and spoiled a generation, rewarding them with gold medals just for showing up.
Origin is Dan Brown’s most brilliant and entertaining novel to date. DAN BROWN is the author of numerous #1 international bestsellers, including The Da Vinci Code, Inferno, The Lost Symbol, Angels & Demons, Deception Point, and Digital Fortress.
An NBS exclusive! This special book of poetry is written by no other than our favorite author, Lang Leav. Every time she releases her works, we just can’t get enough of her – with all the metaphors, simplicity, and most especially her artistic way of incorporating our emotions into art.
We’ve already mentioned this book a couple of months ago and we’re saying it again this time! Wattpad novels are always a thing for Filipino bookworms. This novel has been published under ABS-CBN publishing and we can’t be more excited to get a copy of this one. Have we mentioned that it also has a motion picture?
Toni Morrison’s first novel, Bluest Eye, is a language of abundance and boldness of vision. Pecola prays for her eyes to turn blue so that she will be as beautiful and beloved as all the blond, blue-eyed children in America. In the autumn of 1941, the year the marigolds in the Breedloves’ garden do not bloom. Pecola’s life does change- in painful, devastating ways. The Bluest Eye remains one of Tony Morrisons’s most powerful, unforgettable novels- and a significant work of American fiction.
Sea of Strangers by Lang Leav picks up from her previous international bestselling books including Love & Misadventure, Lullabies, and The Universe of Us, and sets sail for a brand new adventure. This completely original collection of poetry and prose will not only delight her avid fans but is sure to capture the imagination of a whole new audience. With the turn of every page, Sea of Strangers invites you to go beyond love and loss to explore themes of self-discovery and empowerment as you navigate your way around the human heart.
7. Crazy Rich Asians
This ridiculously funny story is worth every peso. When American-born Rachel Chu agrees to spend the summer in Singapore with her boyfriend, Nicholas Young, she envisions a humble family home and quality time with the man she hopes to marry. But Nick has failed to provide a few key details. One, that his childhood home looks like a palace. Two, that he grew up riding in more private planes than cars. Three, that he just happens to be the country’s most eligible bachelor. On Nick’s arm, Rachel may as well have a target on her back the second she steps off the plane, and soon, her relaxing vacation turns into an obstacle course of old money, new money, nosy relatives, and scheming social climbers.
Readers who are more into the thrilling, enchanting and fascinating world of Western Mythology know too well about this masterpiece. An essential part of every home library, Mythology is the definitive volume for anyone who wants to know the key dramas, the primary characters, the triumphs, failures, fears, and hopes first narrated thousands of years ago—and is still spellbinding to this day.
Of friendship, love, and resilience, YA author John Green narrates the story of Aza and her best friend Daisy as they investigate the secret of billionaire Russell Pickett. In the process, they meet his son Davis and the three form a friendship they never knew would work.
We’ve seen the blockbuster movie and there is no way we will let this book slip off our hands. What’s good about this book is that it is as spontaneous as the movie itself.