Grab the List of Top 10 Bestselling Novels of All Time

Book reading is always the best hobby and they say book is one’s best friend. Well, this is absolutely correct and true since when you spend time with your books, you stay away from many band things and most importantly keep gaining knowledge that is the best thing in the world. Novel reading is another big pleasure. Novel is called fiction and in literature, fiction holds values. We will enlist the top 10 bestselling novels of all time in this article. Read on and get real pleasures.
10

Think and Grow Rich

Think and Grow Rich At number 10th position is the best literary piece of work titled ‘Think and Grow Rich’. From the title, it shows that there are tips to get rich in this novel but in actual, there is far more to extract pleasures from this piece. The novel was written and published in 1937 and since then more than 70 million copies have been sold.
9

The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code The next novel on the list is none other than The Da Vinci Code written by Dan Brown. It is called the modern day mystery. The sale of the novel simply shot to heights when it was published in 2003. The reports have it that more than 80 million copies have been sold so far.
8

She: A History of Adventure

She A History of Adventure The novel was penned by H. Rider Haggard. It was published way back in year 1887. The novel’s worth turned out to be higher soon after the publishing. Till today, more than 80 million copies of this novel have been sold.
7

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe The number seventh place of the list is for C.S. Lewis’s bestselling novel ‘The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe’. It was penned and published in 1950 and the best and interesting thing about the novel is that more than 85 million copies of it have so far been sold from the stands.
6

And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None Follows next is none other than the bestselling novel ‘And Then There Were None’ penned by the English author Agatha Christie. It was published and written in 1939. As per the records, more than 100 million copies of the novel have so far been sold. All of Christie’s works including this one are called modern day literary miracle.
5

Hong Lou Meng

Hong Lou Meng Number 5th position is best grabbed by a Chinese novel titled ‘Hong Lou Meng’. It was first published between the time periods of 1754 to 1791. Cao Xueqin had written this masterpiece. More than 100 million copies of this novel too have been sold.
4

The Hobbit

The Hobbit J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit is at number 4th place on the list. This is the novel for which it is said that once you stay with it, you cannot help reading it fully. The novel was published in 1937 and the records reveal that more than 100 million copies of the novel have so far been sold.
3

The Little Prince

The Little Prince Number third place is for the writer Antoine de Saint-Exupery who novel The Little Prince did wonders when it was published. This is a French novel which was sold with more than 140 million copies in the market. The sale continues in today’s time as well. It was published in 1943.
2

The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings J.R.R. Tolkien’s another masterpiece is The Lord of the Rings. This novel’s best thing is that it has been used for many celluloid works like for movies, etc. More than 150 million copies have been sold.
1

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens was the best and finest author of his time and still in today’s literary scene of English literature, he is the best among the top few. Dickens’ works are best acknowledged and appreciated. This fiction work is simply awesome. It was penned more than 100 years back and still is fresh. More than 200 million copies have been sold. [smartads]

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