The Most Famous Books of All Time

When people think of books, certain titles come to mind right away. That made us wonder what are the most famous books of all time? Keep reading to find out which books made our list!

The Most Famous Books of All Time

Some books are always going to make the best books of all time list. These are the novels that made us fall in love with reading. And there are other novels that are universally recognized. When a book reaches this level of fame and success, it is going to stick around for decades and even centuries. You can see the full list below!

The Most Famous Books of All Time

Famous Books

Some novels on this list have sold a ridiculous amount of copies. The Harry Potter series is still going strong two and a half decades later. And then there are other books that still sell a good amount of copies every year. Whether it is a new reader or someone that appreciated the novel, these novels live in our minds and hearts rent free.

I remember when The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown took over the world for a year. It was the book to read. And even know, it still is well known. When a book becomes that successful, it becomes a part of mainstream media and will always be talked about. Sometimes it may be because everybody is talking about it and other times, it may be because that novel is just that good like Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.


That is all for our list of the most famous books of all time. How many of these have you read? What other famous books should have made the list? Let us know in the comments below!

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8 thoughts on “The Most Famous Books of All Time

  1. Alexander Stillmark says:

    I heartedly disagree with your choice. Notoriety is not a token of literary quality. Don Quixote, Alice in Wonderland, A Pilgrim’s Progress, The Divine Comedy, Crime and Punishment and a dozen others outweigh your list tenfold.

  2. Samir Mokdad says:

    Definetly not an accurate list. Missing are Hemingway’s, The Old Man And The Sea, Pasternak, Doctor Zhivago, Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago, Gibran, The Prophet and many others.
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    1. Dede says:

      War and Peace Crime and Punishment
      Grapes of Wrath
      1984 Dune

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  3. Gloria Heidorn says:

    I agree with some titles, however, many left off as mentioned by 2 previous reviews. What about The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis?!?

  4. Dineo says:

    It’s a well thought out list. Just accept that you cannot satisfy everyone.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Praises to your name for adding these exceptional books to your list. However, I believe that Charles Dickens’ books such as “The Great Expectation” and Virginia Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse” should have been and could have been easily added to that list.

  6. Alex Kihuria says:

    A well thought out list. But how could you miss Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy & Crime & Punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky.


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