Amazon reveals Prime readers' most-read book of the year

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As we near the end of 2018, companies such as Amazon are reflecting on their accomplishments over the past year. One of those accomplishments for the largest internet company was Amazon Prime, which included two billion products sold with one-day delivery, best-selling technology, ground-breaking honors for their original shows (the most awarded show being The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) and more over the course of twelve months. 

On Monday, the online retailer also announced their top-selling books with "Best of Prime 2018." Here are the top page-turners by Amazon Prime readers -- you can view Amazon's full report here

Most read book of the year

Melinda Leigh's suspense novel topped Amazon Charts bestseller at #1. It follows the story of Morgan Dane, who returns to Scarlet Falls after losing her husband in Iraq. 

Most beloved comic-to-movie adaption

Terrorist group "The People" creates a dramatic upheaval in Wakanda as T'Challa struggles to maintain order. 

#9 most read, Top 5 most borrowed titles by Prime Members

First published in 1989, Covey's book has sold over 25 million copies worldwide, influencing millions of readers, including presidents, CEOs, and other high-profile names.

#4 most read, top 5 most borrowed titles by Prime Members

The first of Rowling's beloved series has almost 5 stars out of nearly 30,000 reviews.

#19 most sold, Top 5 most borrowed titles by Prime Members

Follow the story of June/Offred as she strives to survive the new Republic of Gilead in this page-turner.

#1 best-seller in American Poetry, top 5 most borrowed titles by Prime Members 

The Prime and New York Times best-seller tackles loss and survival over the course of four different chapters. 

#1 in Poetry about Death, Top 5 most borrowed titles by Prime Members

The poet's second book is divided into 5 chapters and celebrates "love in all its forms." 

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