Top 100 most popular books of all time

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top 100 most popular books of all time

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We get it: When you hear the words "mega-selling blockbuster," you probably think of some handsome guy named Chris flexing his muscles across the big-screen. But as much as we all love a good film, that term can also apply to good old-fashioned books, as well. Herein, we've rounded up the 30 best-selling novels of all time, according to various expert counters at The Guardian and The New York Times. You've likely heard of them all—and maybe even read a few. But you probably didn't know that tens of millions—and in some case, hundreds of millions—of people have done the same. Whether you pluck your reads off an IRL bookshelf or download them on a digital device like the snazzy, high-powered Microsoft Surface Pro 6 , see how many of these you have in your library.
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100 Classic Books Of All Time

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They broke boundaries and challenged conceptions. We asked you for your must-read classics; from timeless non-fiction to iconic bestsellers, these are your essential recommends. Jump to: 25 50 75 We said: It is a truth universally acknowledged that when most people think of Jane Austen they think of this charming and humorous story of love, difficult families and the tricky task of finding a handsome husband with a good fortune. Scott Fitzgerald. This is Fitzgerald at his most sparkling and devastating. You said: The greatest, most scathing dissection of the hollowness at the heart of the American dream.

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Beautifully written Rhiannon C, Facebook. For more than forty years, but seriously its not the greatest book ever.

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