The most popular books in English
from 31201 to 31400

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.

31201. Conan and the Spider God

L. Sprague de Camp

Conan is back, and at the top of his form!SFWA Grand Master L. Sprague de Camp was revered in the genre of fantasy for both his fiction and nonfiction. Booklist praised his novel The Honorable Barbarian, saying: "The action is brisk, and the worlds and characters are described …

31203. The Voice of Memory

Primo Levi

A collection of interviews, originally published in Primo Levi: Converzsazioni e interviste.

31205. The Crisscross Shadow

Franklin W. Dixon

The Crisscross Shadow is Volume 32 in the original The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories published by Grosset & Dunlap. This book was written for the Stratemeyer Syndicate by Richard Cohen in 1953. Between 1959 and 1973 the first 38 volumes of this series were systematically …

31212. Dream Dancer

Janet Morris

Dream Dancer is a 1980 novel by Janet Morris, the first in her Kerrion Space trilogy.

31215. A Voice for Princess

John Morressy

A Voice for Princess is a book published in 1986 that was written by John Morressy.

31225. The Newcomes

William Makepeace Thackeray

The Newcomes is a novel by William Makepeace Thackeray, first published in 1855.

31231. Summer Gone

David Macfarlane

Summer Gone is the first novel by Canadian writer David Macfarlane. Published in 1999 by Knopf Canada, Summer Gone was a national bestseller in Canada. It was nominated for the Giller Prize, and won the Books in Canada First Novel Award.

31241. For Edgar

Sheldon Rusch

"For Edgar" is a 2005 fiction by author Sheldon Rusch. It is a murder mystery where the homicides are committed in the name of Edgar Allan Poe.

31249. The Night Journey

Kathryn Lasky

The Night Journey is a 1981 novel by Kathryn Lasky.

31250. The Incomparable Atuk

Mordecai Richler

The Incomparable Atuk is a satirical novel by Canadian author Mordecai Richler. It was first published in 1963 by McClelland and Stewart. The novel was published as Stick Your Neck Out in the United States. The Incomparable Atuk tells the story of a Canadian Inuit who is …

31270. Storm Boy

Colin Thiele

Storm Boy is a 1964 Australian children's book by Colin Thiele about a boy and his pelican. The book concentrates on the relationships he has with his father, the pelican, and an outcast Aboriginal man called Fingerbone. The story has been dramatised several times. The film …

31277. Griffin's Egg

Michael Swanwick

Griffin's Egg is a novella written by Michael Swanwick.

31280. The Memory Cathedral

Jack Dann

The Memory Cathedral: A Secret History of Leonardo da Vinci is a 1995 historical fantasy fiction novel by Jack Dann. It follows Leonardo da Vinci constructing his flying machine and then travelling to the East.

31281. The Latham Diaries

Mark Latham

The Latham Diaries is a political memoir by the former Federal Parliamentary Australian Labor Party leader, Mark Latham. The book, published in 2005 by Melbourne University Press, attracted a great amount of criticism. Much of the controversy revolved around Latham's candid and …

31312. Oeuvres

Colette

31314. Prayers

Michel Quoist

A bestselling classic of modern spirituality. With simplicity and strength, this collection of powerful prayers will help you structure and develop your own sense of prayer. This assembly of petition and thanksgiving represents the full range of human emotion from despair to …

31321. Double Inconstancy

Marivaux

La Double Inconstance is a three-act romantic comedy by French playwright Marivaux. Its title is usually translated into English as The Double Inconstancy. La Double Inconstance was first performed 6 April 1723 by the Comédie Italienne. In this play, a young woman is kidnapped …

31370. The Steam House

Jules Verne

The Steam House is a Jules Verne novel recounting the travels of a group of British colonists in the Raj in a wheeled house pulled by a steam-powered mechanical elephant. Verne uses the mechanical house as a plot device to have the reader travel in nineteenth century India. The …

31385. The mirror of ideas =

Michel Tournier

If not by nature, then by habit, people tend to match one thing with another—man and woman, laughter and tears, sickness and health, fire and water, master and servant—thereby accentuating similarities and contrasts and opening a field of relations. In The Mirror of Ideas, …

31392. Tamata et l'alliance

Bernard Moitessier

This book is akin to an autobiography. It was written over a period of 8 years, between 1985 and 1993 by renowned French sailor and adventurer, Bernard Moitessier.



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