The Newsmax Rising Bestsellers list will do more than stimulate your mind. These reads may challenge your beliefs, broaden your perspectives, excite your curiosities, or widen your imagination. These books may not necessarily appear on the official New York Times list of bestsellers, but they're the ones our Newsmax audience is reading, talking about, sharing with friends, and buying.
Here are the Newsmax Rising Bestsellers for the week of Nov. 21, 2022:
1. “American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth” by John Paul Mac Isaac (Liberatio Protocol)
What happened on April 12, 2019, that changed John Paul Mac Isaac’s life forever? In his new book, Mac Isaac details the shocking true story of Hunter Biden’s laptop, what happened when it was dropped off at his shop, and how the data found on Hunter’s laptop changed him, and American politics, dramatically. Learn about the FBI’s actions, what happened when Mac Isaac sent the records to Congress, and how Big Tech suppressed evidence of nefarious deals and deeds of the son of the former vice president of the United States and then-Democratic nominee for president. Timely and jaw-dropping, this journal of events will change your perspective on the Hunter Biden scandal and show how the mainstream media and Big Tech’s suppression of his laptop seriously damaged public discourse. (Nonfiction)
2. "The Commanders: The Leadership Journeys of George Patton, Bernard Montgomery, and Erwin Rommel" by Lloyd Clark (Atlantic Monthly Press)
George Patton, Bernard Montgomery and Erwin Rommel were three of the most consequential military tacticians and leaders in World War II. Accomplished military historian Lloyd Clark explains their significance. With Patton commanding the Americans in North Africa, Sicily and mainland Europe, Montgomery leading British forces and Rommel spearheading the German army, the three senior military commanders met, fought and made history from Tunisia to France to Germany. Collecting letters, official files and recounts of historic battles, “The Commanders” sheds a whole new light on the legendary Patton, Montgomery and Rommel in ways few have seen before. (Nonfiction)
3. “Marián Hossa: My Journey from Trencín to the Hall of Fame” by Marián Hossa, Scott Powers (Triumph Books)
Marián Hossa’s journey from the mountains of Slovakia to the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto is detailed in his autobiography with former Chicago Sun-Times and ESPN reporter and now The Athletic writer Scott Powers. His upbringing and professional hockey career are chronicled, from the first time he learned to skate to his NHL arrival in Ottawa to winning the Stanley Cup with the Chicago Blackhawks, Hossa’s illustrious career has been a long, determined road. Detailing a lifetime of perseverance, Hossa explains the odyssey from a town of 50,000 to world capitals and a 20-year NHL career. (Nonfiction)
4. “See the Good: Finding Grace, Gratitude and Optimism in Every Day” by Zach Windahl (Bethany House Publishers)
As secular humanists and socialists work tirelessly to change society, challenges increase and intensify for proud Christians to be optimistic about the future. Zach Windahl’s new book offers a positive vision and provides much-needed techniques to focus on the blessings in one’s life. After losing his mother to cancer and questioning his faith in God, Windahl’s story suggests thinking positively, having hope, and why remaining optimistic is the best path to take. (Nonfiction)
5. “One Jump at a Time: My Story” by Nathan Chen (Harper)
How did figure skater Nathan Chen become a three-time world champion and Olympic gold medalist? What are his secrets to success, on the ice and off? “One Jump at a Time” takes a deep dive into the accomplished career of the Utah-born son of Chinese immigrants, examining how he overcame poverty and adversity, and how he trained to become one of the world’s best figure skaters. Chen’s memoir details the ups and downs of his famed career, providing key lessons of how important family is, always staying determined and how to endure against physical and emotional hardship. (Nonfiction)
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