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Firstly books are the best source of knowledge and entertainment. A controversial book is something that has been written to stir up debate, discussion, and argument amongst readers. A novel debut is the first book ever published by an author. But, the most searched-for publications are often those which have gained immense popularity due to their content or characters. I recently released my first publication which went on to become a Times Best Seller and also won multiple awards for its novel approach to addressing gender equality. It was also nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for its profanity and offensive language used in it. With its adaptation into a Netflix series, it quickly became one of the most popular books of the year, winning multiple awards including an ALA Notable Book award for addressing gender identity issues.

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