The most popular books in English
from 18601 to 18800

What books are currently the most popular and which are the all time classics? Here we present you with a mixture of those two criteria. We update this list once a month.

18601. Montauk

Max Frisch

Montauk is a story by Swiss writer Max Frisch. It first appeared in 1975 and takes an exceptional position in Frisch's work. While fictional stories previously served Frisch for exploring the possible behavior of his protagonists, in Montauk, he tells an authentic experience: a …

18602. Pigeons on the Grass

Wolfgang Koeppen

Here is an English translation of a post-war German classic. The events of the novel take place during the course of a single day in an unnamed city in occupied Germany where the endless drone of allied planes overhead increases the already heightened tension. Throughout this …

18603. Je Voudrais Pas Crever

Boris Vian

Je voudrais pas crever is a collection of poetry by French author Boris Vian, published posthumously in 1962.

18604. The Family from One End Street

Eve Garnett

The Family from One End Street is a realistic English children's novel, written and illustrated by Eve Garnett and published by Frederick Muller in 1937. It is "a classic story of life in a big, happy family." set in a small Sussex town in the south east of England. It was …

18605. Memoirs of an Anti-semite

Gregor von Rezzori

This is a European classic. Set in Rumania, Austria, Germany and Italy between the last century's world wars, this is a novel of great beauty about men and the histories that define them. Our hero tells of his childhood: his passion for hunting, his love of the wild landscape of …

18607. Dungeon, Twilight, Vol. 1: Dragon Cemetery

Lewis Trondheim

The planet Terra Amata, on which Dungeon resides, has stopped turning. On one side, total darkness and absolute coldness; on the other, a searing desert and eternal day. The survivors live on a thin slice of earth where day and night meet. A territory known as TWILIGHT. Marvin, …

18609. Supermale

Alfred Jarry

With the very first word of his famous play Ubu Roi--"Shite!"--Alfred Jarry (1873-1907) threw down his challenge to literature, permanently altering its course thereafter. Jarry's equally revolutionary novels form the cornerstones of a science he named "Pataphysics," a method …

18610. Holy smoke

Tonino Benacquista

“Boisterous black comedy . . . funny and goodhearted, with much incident and expert enthusiasm for sex, food and drink.”—The Literary Review“Much to enjoy in the clash of cultures and superstitions, even a tasty recipe for poisoning your friends with pasta. Detail like this …

18611. The Passport

Herta Müller

From the winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize in Literature!“[The Passport] has the same clipped prose cadences as Nadirs, this time applied to evoke the trapped mentality of a man so desperate for freedom that he views everything through a temporal lens, like a prisoner staring at a …

18614. Wartime Lies

Louis Begley

Wartime Lies is a semi-autobiographical novel by Louis Begley first published in 1991. Set in Poland during the years of the Nazi occupation, it is about two members of an upper middle class Jewish family, a young woman and her nephew, who avoid persecution as Jews by assuming …

18618. The Condition of the Working Class in England

Friedrich Engels

The Condition of the Working Class in England is a 1845 book by the German philosopher Friedrich Engels, a study of the industrial working class in Victorian England. Engels' first book, it was originally written in German as Die Lage der arbeitenden Klasse in England. It was …

18619. Conversations in Sicily

Elio Vittorini

Conversazione in Sicilia is a novel by the Italian author Elio Vittorini. It originally appeared in serial form in the literary magazine Letteratura in 1938–1939, and was first published in book form under the title Nome e Lagrime in 1941. The story concerns Silvestro Ferrauto …

18620. Soldiers' Pay

William Faulkner

Soldiers' Pay is the first novel written by the American author William Faulkner. It was originally published in 1926.

18621. The Lake of Darkness

Ruth Rendell

The Lake of Darkness is a novel by British writer Ruth Rendell, first published in 1980. It won the Arts Council National Book Award for Genre Fiction in 1981. The title comes from a quotation from Shakespeare's King Lear: "Frateretto calls me; and tells me Nero is an angler in …

18622. Broken

Karin Fossum

Broken is the seventh book in the Grant County series by author Karin Slaughter. It was originally released in hardback in June 2010. The previous books in the series are Blindsighted, Kisscut, A Faint Cold Fear, Indelible, Faithless and Beyond Reach. These books feature the …

18623. The Sadeian Woman and the Ideology of Pornography

Angela Carter

The Sadeian Woman and the Ideology of Pornography is a 1978 non-fiction book by Angela Carter. Given that many feminists, notably Andrea Dworkin, truly loathe de Sade, a feminist re-appraisal of his work might seem a strange thing; but that's just what this book is. Carter sees …

18624. Constance Ring

Amalie Skram

Constance Ring is written by Amalie Skram.

18627. Existential psychotherapy

Irvin D. Yalom

Existential Psychotherapy is a nonfiction book by the American existential psychiatrist and author Irvin D. Yalom. In this book, the author offers a brief and pragmatic introduction, addressed to clinical practitioners, to European existential philosophy, as well as to …

18630. Lucy Gayheart

Willa Cather

Lucy Gayheart is Willa Cather's eleventh novel. It was published in 1935.

18631. Twelve Bar Blues

Patrick Neate

Twelve Bar Blues is a 2001 novel by Patrick Neate, and the winner of that year's Whitbread novel award. The story is essentially about two people who share a common history - Fortis 'Lick' Holden, a cornet player in early 20th Century New Orleans, and Sylvia Di Napoli, a retired …

18632. The Chaneysville Incident

David Bradley

The Chaneysville Incident is a 1981 novel by David Bradley. It concerns a black historian who investigates an incident involving the death of his father and a prior incident involving the death of some 12 slaves. John, the historian, struggles to solve the mystery of his father, …

18635. The Well

Elizabeth Jolley

The Well is a Miles Franklin Award winning novel by Australian author Elizabeth Jolley. It tells the story of two women, Hester and her young ward Katherine, and their relationship with one another. Hester, who has lived alone on a farm with her father for many years, is …

18636. Sorry

Gail Jones

“Jones’s writing is fluid and memorable . . . the story proves powerful and poignant.”—The Guardian Sorry is set in the remote outback of Western Australia during World War II, where an English anthropologist and his wife raise a lonely child, Perdita. Her upbringing is far from …

18638. The Original of Laura

Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov

The Original of Laura is the incomplete novel by Vladimir Nabokov, which he was writing at the time of his death in 1977. It was finally published, after 30 years of private debate, on November 17, 2009. Nabokov had requested that the work be destroyed upon his death, but his …

18640. Conversations with Professor Y

Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Conversations with Professor Y is a 1955 novel by the French writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline. The narrative focuses on discussions about literature between an author and an academic. The first two thirds of the novel were published in Nouvelle Revue Française in 1954, and the …

18645. It's Not Luck

Eliyahu M. Goldratt

It's Not Luck is a business novel and a sequel to The Goal. The plot continues to follow the advancement of the main character, Alex Rogo, through the corporate ranks of large manufacturer, UniCo. Author Dr. Eliyahu M. Goldratt continues to teach the reader his thinking …

18647. Bring Me Your Love

Charles Bukowski

Bring Me Your Love, is a 1983 short story by Charles Bukowski, illustrated by Robert Crumb. A filmed version by David Morrissey stars Ian Hart as the journalist bringing flowers to his wife in a mental hospital. The 2008 album of the same title by City and Colour is named after …

18648. Electric Light

Seamus Heaney

Electric Light is a poetry collection by Seamus Heaney, who received the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature. The collection explores childhood, nature, and poetry itself. Part one presents translations and adaptations, occasional and celebratory poems, and verse about travel in the …

18649. Five on Finniston Farm

Enid Blyton

Five on Finniston Farm is the eighteenth novel in the Famous Five series by Enid Blyton. It was first published in 1960.

18651. Letting Go

Philip Roth

Letting Go is the first full-length novel written by Philip Roth and is set in the 1950s.

18652. Quick Service

P. G. Wodehouse

Quick Service is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 4 October 1940 by Herbert Jenkins, London and in the United States on December 27, 1940 by Doubleday, Doran, New York. Although it does not feature any of Wodehouse's regular characters or …

18653. The Hunters

James Salter

The Hunters is James Salter's debut novel and a tale of USAF fighter pilots during the Korean War, first published in 1956. The novel was the basis for a 1958 film by the same name starring Robert Mitchum and Robert Wagner with a very different storyline. Under his birthname …

18654. First Light

Geoffrey Wellum

First Light: The Story of the Boy Who Became a Man in the War-Torn Skies Above Britain is a 2002 memoir by Geoffrey Wellum, a Royal Air Force fighter pilot in the Second World War.

18656. Some of Your Blood

Theodore Sturgeon

Some of Your Blood is a short horror novel in epistolary form by Theodore Sturgeon, first published in 1961.

18660. The Survivor

James Herbert

'The Survivor' is a British horror novel written by James Herbert and published by the New English Library in 1976. It is the third novel by Herbert, and the second not part of a wider series.

18662. The Assignment

Friedrich Dürrenmatt

Der Auftrag is a 1986 novella by the Swiss writer Friedrich Dürrenmatt. The first English publication appeared in 1988, translated by Joel Agee. The experimental narrative is divided into twenty-four parts, each one a single sentence spanning many pages. In his forward to the …

18663. The Last Children of Schewenborn

Gudrun Pausewang

The Last Children of Schewenborn is a 1983 novel by Gudrun Pausewang, depicting life in Germany in the aftermath of a nuclear war. The story is fictional, but as the author states in the epilogue, Schewenborn, where the story takes place is modeled on the small town of Schlitz …

18664. Code Noir

Marianne de Pierres

Code Noir is a postcyberpunk novel by science fiction author Marianne de Pierres and the Second Parrish Plessis Novel

18665. Saplings

Noel Streatfeild

Although Saplings is generally regarded as one of Noel Streatfeild's novels for adults, published under her pseudonym Susan Scarlett, it is at least partially told from the perspective of four children - Laurel, Tony, Tuesday, and Kim, as well as from the perspective of their …

18666. Socialism

Ludwig von Mises

Socialism: An Economic and Sociological Analysis is a book by Austrian School economist and libertarian thinker Ludwig von Mises, first published in German by Gustav Fischer Verlag in Jena in 1922 under the title Die Gemeinwirtschaft: Untersuchungen über den Sozialismus. It was …

18667. Go

John Clellon Holmes

Go is a semi-autobiographical novel by John Clellon Holmes. It is considered to be the first published novel depicting the beat generation. Set in New York, it concerns the lives of a collection of characters largely based on the friends Holmes used to hang around with in the …

18668. On the Shoulders of Giants

Stephen Hawking

On the Shoulders of Giants is a compilation of scientific texts edited and with commentary by the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. The book was published by Running Press in 2002. The book includes texts written by Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Galileo Galilei, …

18670. Redemption Alley

Lilith Saintcrow

Redemption Alley is a book published in 2009 that was written by Lilith Saintcrow.

18671. The Psychedelic Experience

Timothy Francis Leary

The Psychedelic Experience: A Manual Based on The Tibetan Book of the Dead is an instruction manual intended for use during sessions involving psychedelic drugs. Started as early as 1962 in Zihuatanejo, the book was finally published in August 1964. This version of Tibetan Book …

18672. Faggots

Larry Kramer

Faggots is a 1978 novel by Larry Kramer. It is a portrayal of 1970s New York's very visible gay community in a time before AIDS. The novel's portrayal of promiscuous sex and recreational drug use provoked controversy. The book was condemned by some elements within the gay …

18673. Fifth Formers of St. Clare's

Enid Blyton

Fifth formers of St. Clare's is the sixth novel of the St. Clare's series written by Enid Blyton. It was published in 1945 by Methuen

18675. Awake and Dreaming

Kit Pearson

Awake and Dreaming is a children's novel by Canadian author Kit Pearson. It was first published in 1996. The book follows an impoverished, introverted nine-year-old girl named Theo Caffrey, who dreams of living with a "real" family.

18676. Kiss of the Fur Queen

Tomson Highway

Kiss of the Fur Queen is a novel by Tomson Highway. It was first published by Doubleday Canada in September 1998. The novel's main characters are Champion and Ooneemeetoo Okimasis, two young Cree brothers from Eemanipiteepitat in northern Manitoba who are taken from their family …

18678. Sex, Ecology, Spirituality

Ken Wilber

Sex, Ecology, Spirituality: The Spirit of Evolution is integral philosopher Ken Wilber's 1995 magnum opus. Wilber intended it to be the first volume of a series called The Kosmos Trilogy, but subsequent volumes were never produced. The scholarly work comprises 850 pages, …

18679. The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy

Simon Blackburn

The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy is a 1994 dictionary of philosophy by Simon Blackburn, published by Oxford University Press.

18680. The Poseidon Adventure

Paul Gallico

The Poseidon Adventure is an American adventure novel by Paul Gallico, published in 1969. It concerns the capsizing of a luxurious ocean liner, the S.S. Poseidon, due to an undersea earthquake that causes a 99 ft. wave, and the desperate struggles of a handful of survivors to …

18682. Ghosts

John Banville

Ghosts is a novel by Irish writer John Banville. Published in 1993, it was his first novel since The Book of Evidence, which was shortlisted for the Booker Prize. The second in what Banville described as a "triptych", to make "an investigation of the way in which the imagination …

18689. Free Fall

William Golding

Free Fall is the fourth novel of English novelist William Golding, first published in 1959. Written in the first person, it is a self-examination by an English painter, Samuel Mountjoy, held in a German POW camp during World War Two.

18690. Kleinzeit

Russell Hoban

Kleinzeit is a metaphysical novel by Russell Hoban.

18691. The Conan Chronicles

Robert E. Howard

The Conan Chronicles is a 1989 omnibus collection of three previous fantasy collections by Robert E. Howard, L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter featuring Howard's seminal sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian, published by Sphere Books. The component collections had …

18693. The Doomsters

Ross Macdonald

The Doomsters is a 1958 mystery novel written by Ross Macdonald, the seventh book in the Lew Archer series. Many sources agree that this book marked a turning point in the series, wherein Macdonald abandoned his imitations of Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett and found his …

18694. The Americans, the democratic experience

Daniel J. Boorstin

The Americans: The Democratic Experience is a 1973 book by American historian Daniel J. Boorstin. The book is the third in his American history trilogy, in which he argues that the physical environment of the New World shaped American society. In 1974 the book was awarded the …

18696. In his own write

John Lennon

In His Own Write is a book by John Lennon first published on 23 March 1964. It consists of short stories and poems, and line drawings, often surreal and always nonsensical. The book is notable in that it was the first solo Beatle project in any form. It was followed in 1965 by A …

18697. The Dupin Tales: The Murders in the Rue Morgue & …

Edgar Allan Poe

"The Murders in the Rue Morgue" is a short story by Edgar Allan Poe published in "Graham's Magazine" in 1841. It has been recognized as the first modern detective story; Poe referred to it as one of his "tales of ratiocination". Two works that share some similarities predate …

18699. The Steel Bonnets

George MacDonald Fraser

The Steel Bonnets is a 1971 historical non-fiction book by George MacDonald Fraser about the Border Reivers. Fraser researched the book with his wife. It concentrates mainly on the 16th century, and seeks to de-glamourise the period in some ways.

18703. Moccasin Trail

Eloise Jarvis McGraw

Moccasin Trail is a Newbery Honor novel by Eloise Jarvis McGraw, first published in 1986.

18704. Outcast

Rosemary Sutcliff

Outcast is a historical novel for children written by Rosemary Sutcliff and published in 1955. It takes place in Roman Britain and tells the tale of an orphaned Roman child who is shipwrecked on a coast of Dumnonia in Celtic Britain, outside of Roman rule. He is adopted by a …

18705. The Thieves of Ostia

Caroline Lawrence

The Thieves of Ostia is a 2001 historical novel for children written by Caroline Lawrence, the first book in The Roman Mysteries series. It is set in Ostia Antica, the harbour of ancient Rome, in the last month of the reign of emperor Vespasian.

18706. King Ink

Nick Cave

King Ink is a collection of poetry, lyrics, plays and writings by Australian musician and author Nick Cave. It was first published in the United Kingdom by Black Spring Press in 1988.

18707. redRobe

Jon Courtenay Grimwood

redRobe is a 2000 novel by Jon Courtenay Grimwood. Details in the text suggest that it is set in the same world as that of his earlier speculative fiction novels neoAddix, Lucifer's Dragon and reMix, and like them it is also an SF thriller.

18708. Plague Ship

Andre Norton

Plague Ship is a science fiction novel by author Andrew North. It was published in 1956 by Gnome Press in an edition of 5,000 copies. The book is the second volume of the author's Solar Queen series.

18710. Ivory: A Legend of Past and Future

Mike Resnick

Ivory: A Legend of Past and Future is a book written by Mike Resnick.

18712. Trullion: Alastor 2262

Jack Vance

Trullion: Alastor 2262 is a science fiction novel by Jack Vance first published by Ballantine Books. It is one of three books set in the Alastor Cluster, "a whorl of thirty thousand live stars in an irregular volume twenty to thirty light-years in diameter." Three thousand of …

18713. Evermeet: Island of Elves

Elaine Cunningham

Evermeet: Island of Elves is a fantasy novel by Elaine Cunningham, set in the world of the Forgotten Realms, and based on the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. It was published in hardcover in April 1998 and in paperback in March 1999.

18715. Waterlily

Ella Cara Deloria

Waterlily is a novel by Ella Cara Deloria.

18717. Colors Insulting to Nature

Cintra Wilson

Authors who write about the entertainment industry often extend promises of wit and edginess to attract an audience. Colors Insulting to Nature, by Salon columnist Cintra Wilson, delivers these qualities because it enters the fray not with a forgettably likeable protagonist …

18718. Aliens Ate My Homework

Bruce Coville

IT'S THE WEIRDEST ALIEN INVASION EVER! "I cannot tell a lie," says Rod Allbright. And it's the truth. Ask him a question and he's bound to give you an honest answer. Which is why, when his teacher asks what happened to last night's math assignment, Rod has to give the only …

18720. Late Victorian Holocausts

Mike Davis

Late Victorian Holocausts: El Niño Famines and the Making of the Third World is a book by Mike Davis about the connection between political economy and global climate patterns, particularly El Niño-Southern Oscillation. By comparing ENSO episodes in different time periods and …

18721. Medusa: A Tiger by the Tail

Jack L. Chalker

Medusa: A Tiger by the Tail is the fourth book in the Four Lords of the Diamond series by author Jack L. Chalker. First published as a paperback in 1983. It concludes the saga started in Lilith: A Snake in the Grass, Cerberus: A Wolf in the Fold and Charon: A Dragon at the Gate.

18724. Voices from the Street

Philip K. Dick

Voices From The Street is an early realist novel by science fiction author Philip K. Dick, written in the early 1950s. Unpublished at the time, it was released on January 23, 2007 by Tor Books for the first time. As with many of his early books which were considered unsuitable …

18725. Down There on a Visit

Christopher Isherwood

Down There on a Visit is the 1962 novel from English author Christopher Isherwood. Through his political advocacy and the literary success of his friends, Auden and Spender, Christopher Isherwood became something of a literary rock star, immersing himself in sexual …

18726. Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon

Jules Verne

Eight Hundred Leagues on the Amazon is a novel by Jules Verne, published in 1881. It has also been published as The Giant Raft. Unlike many of his other novels, this story does not have any science fiction elements. It is an adventure novel. This novel involves how Joam Garral, …

18729. Woundhealer's Story

Fred Saberhagen

Woundhealer's Story is a book published in 1986 and written by Fred Saberhagen.

18731. Tales of Ten Worlds

Arthur C. Clarke

Tales of Ten Worlds is a collection of short stories by science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke. The stories all originally appeared in a number of different publications.

18732. Avenger

William Shatner

Avenger is a Star Trek novel by William Shatner, depicting the events shortly after the feature film Star Trek Generations and the previous "Shatnerverse" novel The Return. It is a direct sequel to the latter, and forms part of the "Shatnerverse" collection of novels, being the …

18734. Emlyn's Moon

Jenny Nimmo

Emlyn's Moon is a book published in 1987 that was written by Jenny Nimmo.

18736. C: Because Cowards Get Cancer Too...

John Diamond

C: Because Cowards Get Cancer Too... is a book writen by John Diamond.

18738. Up in a Heaval

Piers Anthony

Up In A Heaval is the twenty-sixth book of the Xanth series by Piers Anthony.

18740. This Rough Magic

Mercedes Lackey

This Rough Magic is a novel by Mary Stewart, first published in 1964. The title is a quote from William Shakespeare's The Tempest.

18741. Children of the River

Linda Crew

Children of the River is a young adult novel by Linda Crew published in 1989. It follows the story of a young girl who moves from Cambodia to live in the United States of America.

18742. Arc Light

Eric L. Harry

Arc Light is the debut novel by Eric L. Harry, a techno-thriller about limited nuclear war published in September 1994 and written in 1991 and 1992. As China and Russia clash in Siberia, and war brews between the US and North Korea, a series of accidents and misunderstandings …

18743. Emerald Eyes

Daniel Keys Moran

Emerald Eyes is a book published in 1988 that was written by Daniel Keys Moran.

18744. That Summer

Andrew Greig

It is 1940 and Britain is at war with Germany. France has fallen and with Britain the next, and most crucial, country in Hitler's path, the threat shifts to unfamiliar terrain - the skies and an epic battle between the Luftwaffe and the RAF. Lenny is a young and inexperienced …

18745. Letters to a Young Mathematician

Ian Stewart

Letters to a Young Mathematician is a 2006 book by Ian Stewart, and is part of Basic Books' Art of Mentoring series. Stewart mentions in the preface that he considers this book an update to G.H. Hardy's A Mathematician's Apology. The book is made up of letters to a fictional …

18748. The Lottie Project

Jacqueline Wilson

The Lottie Project is a children's novel by English author Jacqueline Wilson. It is illustrated by Nick Sharrat. The book is different from most Jaqueline Wilson books, as they are mostly told by characters who are not popular in school and are usually bullied by the popular …

18749. New Europe

Michael Palin

New Europe is the book that Michael Palin wrote to accompany the BBC television documentary series Michael Palin's New Europe. This book, like the other books that Michael Palin wrote following each of his seven trips for the BBC, consists both of his text and of many …

18753. Here's Your Hat What's Your Hurry

Elizabeth McCracken

Here's Your Hat What's Your Hurry is a collection of short stories by Elizabeth McCracken first published in 1993 by Random House. It was included on the American Library Association's "List of Notable Books for 1994."

18754. Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches

Charles Leland

Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches is a book composed by the American folklorist Charles Godfrey Leland that was published in 1899. It contains what he believed was the religious text of a group of pagan witches in Tuscany, Italy that documented their beliefs and rituals, …

18755. Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet

Jeffrey Sachs

Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet is a 2008 New York Times bestseller book by economist Jeffrey Sachs. Sachs began promoting electric vehicles in this book.

18756. Renunciates of Darkover

Marion Zimmer Bradley

Renunciates of Darkover is an anthology of fantasy and science fiction short stories edited by Marion Zimmer Bradley. The stories are set in Bradley's world of Darkover. The book was first published by DAW Books in March, 1991.

18758. Sex

Glenn O'Brien

Sex is a coffee table book written by American singer Madonna, with photographs taken by Steven Meisel Studio and film frames shot by Fabien Baron. The book was edited by Glenn O'Brien and was released on October 21, 1992, by Warner Books, Maverick and Callaway Books. Approached …

18760. Knee-Knock Rise

Natalie Babbitt

Knee-Knock Rise is a children's book written by Natalie Babbitt and published in 1970. It was awarded the Newbery Honor in 1971. Although the story is intended for children, some of the underlying themes deal with subjects such as the need for invented religion.

18761. The Surrender Tree: Poems of Cuba's Struggle for …

Margarita Engle

The Surrender Tree: Poems of Cuba's Struggle for Freedom is a verse novel set in Cuba, written by Margarita Engle and published in 2010. It received the award of a John Newbery Honor in 2009.

18763. Trullion: Alastor 2262

Jack Vance

Trullion: Alastor 2262 is a science fiction novel by Jack Vance first published by Ballantine Books. It is one of three books set in the Alastor Cluster, "a whorl of thirty thousand live stars in an irregular volume twenty to thirty light-years in diameter." Three thousand of …

18766. Canyons

Gary Paulsen

Canyons is a novel written by Gary Paulsen. It involves two boys - one lives in modern times while the other is an Indian boy living nearly two hundred years ago.

18767. Common Ground

J. Anthony Lukas

Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families is a nonfiction book by J. Anthony Lukas, published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1985, that examines race relations in Boston, Massachusetts through the prism of desegregation busing. It received the Pulitzer …

18771. And Thereby Hangs a Tale

Jeffrey Archer

International bestselling author Jeffrey Archer has spent the last five years gathering spellbinding stories from around the globe. These fifteen brand-new tales showcase Archerâs talent for capturing an unforgettable moment in time, whether tragic, comic, or outrageous.In …

18773. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

C. S. Lewis

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a high fantasy novel for children by C. S. Lewis, published by Geoffrey Bles in 1950. It was the first published of seven novels in The Chronicles of Narnia and the best known; among all the author's books it is the most widely held in …

18774. Prince of Annwn

Evangeline Walton

Prince of Annwn is a fantasy novel by Evangeline Walton, the fourth in a series of four based on the Welsh Mabinogion. Originally intended for publication by Ballantine Books as a volume of the celebrated Ballantine Adult Fantasy series, it actually saw print only after the …

18775. Royal Escape

Georgette Heyer

Royal Escape is a historical novel written by Georgette Heyer about the escape of Charles II. It is set in 1651 during the English Commonwealth.

18777. Nana Upstairs & Nana Downstairs

Tomie dePaola

Nana Upstairs & Nana Downstairs is a 1973 non-fiction children's book by Tomie dePaola which introduces children to the concept of death.

18779. Retreat, hell!

W. E. B. Griffin

Retreat, hell! is a book published in 2004 that was written by W. E. B. Griffin.

18781. The Crooked Letter

Sean Williams

When mirror twins Seth and Hadrian Castillo travel to Europe on holidays, they don’t expect the end of the world to follow them. Seth’s murder, however, puts exactly that into motion. From opposite sides of death, the Castillo twins grapple with a reality neither of them …

18783. Brooke

V. C. Andrews

Brooke is a book published in 1998 that was written by V. C. Andrews.

18784. Apocalypso

Robert Rankin

Apocalypso is a novel by the British author Robert Rankin.

18786. The Spy

Clive Cussler

The Spy is an Isaac Bell adventure tale, the third in that series. The hardcover edition was released June 1, 2010. Other editions were released on different dates.

18789. Star Wars Republic Commando: Order 66

Karen Traviss

Star Wars Republic Commando: Order 66 is the fourth novel in the Republic Commando series, written by Karen Traviss. It is a sequel to Hard Contact, Triple Zero, and True Colors; it continues the story of Omega Squad's actions during the Clone Wars. It was released on September …

18790. Castle of Deception

Mercedes Lackey

Castle of Deception is a book published in 1992 that was written by Mercedes Lackey and Josepha Sherman.

18792. Pretty Little Things

Jilliane Hoffman

Pretty Little Things is a 2010 novel by Jilliane Hoffman. It was released in the USA on September 7th, 2010, and deals with the topics of internet crime and missing and exploited children and is set in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale area. In addition to the US release, the book …

18795. Mirror Image

Danielle Steel

Mirror Image is a novel by Danielle Steel about identical twins, Victoria and Olivia Henderson set during the First World War.

18796. The Name of the Star

Maureen Johnson

The Name of the Star is a book written by Maureen Johnson.

18797. The Return of Rafe MacKade

Nora Roberts

Don’t miss the first book in the beloved MacKade brothers series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts!Ten years after disappearing from Antietam, Maryland, the bad boy Rafe MacKade has come home. Cleaned up and successful now—though still dangerously …

18798. The Future of Us

Jay Asher

The Future of Us is a 2011 contemporary fiction novel written by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler. The novel was published on November 21, 2011 by Razorbill, a division of Penguins Young Readers Group.

18799. All the Bright Places

Jennifer Niven

The beloved New York Times bestseller that Entertainment Weekly described as “sparkling” and says “get[s] under your skin.” You won’t soon forget this heart-wrenching, unflinching story of love shared, life lived, and two teens who find each other while standing on the edge. …

18800. The Great Swindle

PIERRE LEMAÎTRE

Now a major French film Au revoir là-haut - Prix Goncourt-winning masterpiece by the writer who brought you Alex, Irène and Camille. October 1918: the war on the Western Front is all but over. Desperate for one last chance of promotion, the ambitious Lieutenant Henri d'Aulnay …



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