The top 10 were: Worth Dying for by Lee Child, Private London by James Patterson, 10th Anniversary by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro, The Sixth Man by David Baldacci, Now You See Her by James Patterson, The Reversal by Michael Connelly, Live Wire by Harlan Coben, The Affair by Lee Child, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules by Jeff Kinney and Tick Tock by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge.
What does WDF stand for?
WDF stands for Worth Dying For (band)
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We have 34 other meanings of WDF in our Acronym Attic
- Windows Driver Foundation (Microsoft)
- Wireless Data Forum
- Wireless Developer Forum
- Women's Development Federation
- Women's Development Foundation
- World Darts Federation
- World Dental Federation
- World Development Federation
- World Development Foundation (India)
- World Diabetes Foundation (Denmark)
- Write Disturb Fault
- Walt Disney Feature Animation (Walt Disney Company animation studio)
- We Don't Fool Around (polite form)
- Well-Differentiated Fetal Adenocarcinoma (cancer)
- Wholesale Direct First Aid (Hayden, ID)
- Worf Dax Fanfic Archive (Star Trek fan website)
- World Duty Free Americas
- Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida
- Wideband Digital Feedback Pre-Distortion (electrical engineering)
- World Duty Free Europe (airport shop; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This is the third novel in an arc which begins with 61 Hours and then Worth Dying For.
A man of faith doesn't fear death and a march for peace against drones that have destroyed millions of lives of Fata people is worth dying for," Khan had said.
Worth Dying For Lee Child Delacorte Press A Division of The Random House, Inc.
The review objected to the book's implication that the mission -- ultimately botched by friendly fire that killed two members of ODA 574 and maimed others -- represented "the only thing worth dying for.
Then again, they are seeking: they want to know who they are, what their purpose is in life, who's going to love them, who's going to be there for them, what's worth living for and what's worth dying for.
The revelation brings the answer to both sides of the question of what is worth living for and what's worth dying for.
It is an intricate book of ideas that would lead advanced students to some meaningful discussions of what is worth dying for on a political and personal level and how family history affects our development.