Some bestsellers of 2014 are: "I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban," "A Fighting Chance" and "Hard Choices". Each of these books was in the top ten on the "New York Times Non-Fiction Best Sellers 2014" list.
"I Am Malala," written by Malala Yousafzai was ranked the number one best seller on the New York Time's list of 2014 with a score of 2,371. The book is about Malala, a girl who stood up to the Taliban about girls' rights to education.
"A Fighting Chance" is the number five ranked novel on the New York Time's list. "A Fighting Chance" was written by Elizabeth Warren and received a score of 1,191. "A Fighting Chance" is about Elizabeth Warren's two-decade saga through politics in Washington D.C.
Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote "Hard Choices," ranked at number eight on the New York Times best seller list with a score of 890. Clinton's novel is about the challenges she faced during her four-year tenure as Secretary of State.
The scoring used to rank all the novels on the "New York Times Non-Fiction Best Sellers 2014" list is a combination of a number of factors, including how many people voted for the book and how highly the voters ranked the book.