40 Books That Everyone Should Read According to Oberlo 

There are countless lists on the internet about the books that everyone should read. Here at Books of Brilliance, we love looking at these lists and seeing how they hold up. Keep reading to find out the 40 books that everyone should read according to Oberlo.  

40 Books That Everyone Should Read According to Oberlo 

There is no list that is used as the holy grail of lists. That is because everyone has different tastes and biases play a big role. With that said, we will try to see if this list by Oberlo is good or not. You can see the full list below. 

40 Books That Everyone Should Read According to Oberlo 

Oberlo’s Must Read Books 

Unlike most lists, Oberlo decided to divide it into sections. They included classic novels, business books, personal development, science and technology, travel and adventure, and history books. I am not a fan of these categories or categories at all. It allows books that wouldn’t make the list make the list.  

So, how does the list hold up? It is a decent list in my opinion. All of the books are good choices. On a scale of 5, I would give this a 3. It is a great list for beginners but not for avid readers. There aren’t any hidden gems or wild takes that would make this list more ambitious. It is a safe list that is targeted towards newer readers. 


That wraps up Oberlo’s list of 40 books that everyone should read. It isn’t bold for my liking but I do realize that it was aimed towards newer readers. What do you make of this list? Let us know in the comments below! 

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8 thoughts on “40 Books That Everyone Should Read According to Oberlo 

  1. Elizabeth P. White says:

    Re: 40 Books…. I’m sorry, but I don’t find this list at all compelling; only works from the 19th C. onward are worthy to be read? I think not. If you are going to enjoy reading, you want a fuller range of time and thought to appreciate the joy of expression. Very disappointed.

    1. Samir Mokdad says:

      Fully agree Elizabeth P. Well said.
      Stockholm – Sweden.

  2. Claudia Ospina says:

    The problem I have with some of the books mentioned in the list, is all that self-help mumbo-jumbo on how to become a better person or how to get rich step-by-step..the arrogance to believe that one way to do it fits all..

    1. Elizabeth P White says:

      Absolutely! Should be at the top of the list. Writings spanning over 1600 years, 40 writers, one theme, practical, reliable, historical, poetic and spiritual all in one place.


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