The most popular books in English.

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.

35801. The Nature and Origins of Mass Opinion

John Zaller

The Nature and Origins of Mass Opinion is a 1992 non-fiction book by political scientist John Zaller that examines the processes by which individuals form and express political opinions and the implications this has for public opinion research. The book has been called "the …

35802. Mr. Blettsworthy on Rampole Island

H. G. Wells

Mr. Blettsworthy on Rampole Island is a 1928 novel by H. G. Wells.

35804. Passage to Ararat

Michael J. Arlen

Passage to Ararat is a book written by Michael J. Arlen.

35805. Gray Victory

Robert Skimin

Gray Victory is a 1988 alternate history novel by Robert Skimin, taking place in an alternate 1866 where the Confederacy won its independence.

35807. The Uplift War

David Brin

The Uplift War is a 1987 science fiction novel by David Brin and the third book of six set in his Uplift Universe. It was nominated as the best novel for the 1987 Nebula Award and won the 1988 Hugo and Locus Awards. The previous two books are Sundiver and Startide Rising.

35808. The Spanish Gardener

A. J. Cronin

The Spanish Gardener is a 1950 novel by A. J. Cronin which tells the story of an American consul, Harrington Brande, who is posted to San Jorge on the Costa Brava, Spain with his young son Nicholas. The novel relates how Nicholas’s innocent love for his father is destroyed by …

35809. Seduction and betrayal

Elizabeth Hardwick

Seduction and betrayal is a book written by Elizabeth Hardwick.

35810. Ice in the Bedroom

P. G. Wodehouse

Ice in the Bedroom is a novel by P.G. Wodehouse, first published as a book in the United States on February 2, 1961 by Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York, and in the United Kingdom on October 15, 1961 by Herbert Jenkins, London. The story was originally published, in a …

35811. James and the Giant Peach

Roald Dahl

James and the Giant Peach is a popular children's novel written in 1961 by British author Roald Dahl. The original first edition published by Alfred Knopf featured illustrations by Nancy Ekholm Burkert. However, there have been various reillustrated versions of it over the …

35812. Do You!: 12 Laws to Access the Power in You to …

Russell Simmons

Do You!: 12 Laws to Access the Power in You to Achieve Happiness and Success is a book by Russell Simmons and Chris Morrow.

35814. The Pirate

Walter Scott

The Pirate is a novel by Walter Scott, based roughly on the life of John Gow who features as Captain Cleveland. The setting is the southern tip of the main island of Shetland, around 1700. It was published in 1822, the year after it was finished and the lighthouse at Sumburgh …

35815. The Ace of Knaves

Leslie Charteris

The Ace of Knaves is a collection of three mystery novellas by Leslie Charteris, first published in the United Kingdom in 1937 by Hodder and Stoughton, and in the United States by The Crime Club. This book continues the adventures of Charteris' creation, Simon Templar, alias The …

35816. Fireball

John Christopher

Fireball is the first book in the Fireball Trilogy by John Christopher, published in 1981, exploring the adventures of two cousins when they are suddenly transported into an alternative history Earth through a mysterious fireball.

35817. Lord Dismiss Us

Michael Campbell

Lord Dismiss Us is a 1967 novel by Michael Campbell.

35818. Utilitarianism

John Stuart Mill

John Stuart Mill's book Utilitarianism is a philosophical defence of utilitarianism in ethics. The essay first appeared as a series of three articles published in Fraser's Magazine in 1861; the articles were collected and reprinted as a single book in 1863. It went through four …

35819. Nicholas Nickleby

Charles Dickens

Nicholas Nickleby; or, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby is a novel by Charles Dickens. Originally published as a serial from 1838 to 1839, it was Dickens' third novel. The novel centers on the life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, a young man who must support his …

35821. Transcension

Damien Broderick

Transcension is a 2002 science fiction novel by Damien Broderick. It follows the story of lawyer Mohammed Kasim Abdel-Malik who after being killed his body is placed in cryonic suspension his mind is used as a source for an artificial intelligence, Aleph.

35822. The Anubis Murders

Gary Gygax

The Anubis Murders is a book written by Gary Gygax.

35823. Heralds of the Storm

Andrew Bates

Heralds of the Storm is a book published in 2001 that was written by Andrew Bates.

35824. The Oysters of Locmariaquer

Eleanor Clark

The Oysters of Locmariaquer is the book by Eleanor Clark.

35825. The Dissertation

R. M. Koster

The Dissertation is a novel by R. M. Koster, part of the Tinieblas trilogy. The book is a mock-PhD thesis, written by the son of the dictator of Tinieblas, recounting his father's rise and fall in a satire of academic prose, while the footnotes narrate the sad life of the …

35826. Winding Paths

Bruce Chatwin

Winding Paths is a book containing a collection of photographs taken by British author Bruce Chatwin during his various travels. These include photographs from the period when he was writing his other works: In Patagonia, The Viceroy of Ouidah, On the Black Hill, The Songlines …

35828. The Looney: An Irish Fantasy

Spike Milligan

The Looney: An Irish Fantasy is a comic novel by Spike Milligan. It was first published in 1987 with the paperback edition in 1988. It is his second full-length original novel.

35829. Wisdom's Daughter

H. Rider Haggard

Wisdom's Daughter is the final book in the Ayesha series, written by Sir H. Rider Haggard, published in 1923, by Doubleday, Page and Company.

35830. Perjury: The Hiss–Chambers Case

Allen Weinstein

Perjury: The Hiss–Chambers Case is a 1978 book by Allen Weinstein on the Alger Hiss perjury case. The book, in which Weinstein argues that Alger Hiss was guilty, has been cited by many historians as the "most important" and the "most thorough and convincing" book on the …

35831. Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister

Aphra Behn

Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister by Aphra Behn is a three volume roman à clef playing with events of the Monmouth Rebellion and exploring the genre of the epistolary novel. It was originally published as three separate volumes: Love-Letters Between a Noble-Man and …

35835. Tucket's Gold

Gary Paulsen

Tucket's Gold is a 1999 novel by Gary Paulsen. It features the main character Francis Tucket and his adopted children struggling to stay out of reach of the Comancheros.

35836. The Celestial Bed

Irving Wallace

The Celestial Bed is a 1987 novel by Irving Wallace, revolving around scientific issues of sex. It is based on some of the sex therapy techniques developed after Masters and Johnson, who created the term "sex surrogates". It was first published in 1987 by Delacorte Press. The …

35838. Tarzan: The Lost Adventure

Edgar Rice Burroughs

Tarzan: The Lost Adventure is a novel written by Joe R. Lansdale based on an incomplete fragment of a Tarzan novel written by Edgar Rice Burroughs but left unfinished at his death. The book was serialized in four parts by Dark Horse Comics, before being published as a single …

35839. Challenger

Diane Carey

Challenger is a Star Trek: New Earth novel written by Diane Carey. In Voyages of Imagination, Diane Carey remarked on leaving ending open for a new series: "The new 'sheriff' in these parts was Nick Keller, a first officer plagued with an unstable captain who was forced to take …

35840. Master of Adventure: The Worlds of Edgar Rice …

Richard A. Lupoff

Master of Adventure: The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs is a book by Richard A. Lupoff that explores the work of Edgar Rice Burroughs, the creator of Tarzan and author of numerous science fiction, fantasy, and adventure novels. The book is one of the few major works of criticism …

35841. Thin Air

Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Thin Air is a Star Trek: New Earth novel written by Dean Wesley Smith and Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

35843. Life in Darwin's Universe: Evolution and the Cosmos

Gene Bylinsky

Life in Darwin's Universe: Evolution and the Cosmos is a book written by Gene Bylinsky.

35844. The Gladiators from Capua

Caroline Lawrence

The Gladiators from Capua is a children's historical novel by Caroline Lawrence, published on June 3, 2004. The eighth book of the Roman Mysteries series, it is set primarily in the city of Rome in March AD 80, during the Inaugural Games at the newly built Flavian Amphitheatre, …

35845. Snowball's Chance

John Reed

Snowball's Chance, is a parody of George Orwell's Animal Farm written by John Reed, in which Snowball the pig returns to the Manor Farm after many years' absence, to install capitalism — which proves to have its own pitfalls.

35846. Jazzy in the Jungle

Lucy Cousins

Jazzy in the Jungle is a children's picture book by Lucy Cousins, published in 2002. It won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize Gold Award.

35847. Queen of the Black Coast

Robert E. Howard

Queen of the Black Coast is a 1978 collection of two fantasy short stories written by Robert E. Howard featuring his sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian. The book was published in 1978 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. as volume VII of their deluxe Conan set. The title …

35848. Conrad's Time Machine

Leo Frankowski

Conrad's Time Machine is a book published in 2002 that was written by Leo Frankowski.

35850. Human Universals

Donald Brown

Human Universals is a book by Donald Brown, an American professor of anthropology who worked at the University of California, Santa Barbara. It was published by McGraw Hill in 1991. Brown says human universals, "comprise those features of culture, society, language, behavior, …

35851. The Reefs of Space

edited by Frederik Pohl

The Reefs of Space is a book published in 1964 (first published as a story in a magazine in 1963) that was written by Frederik Pohl and Jack Williamson.

35852. The Samson Option: Israel's Nuclear Arsenal and …

Seymour Hersh

The Samson Option: Israel's Nuclear Arsenal and American Foreign Policy is a 1991 book by Seymour Hersh. It details the history of Israel's nuclear weapons program and its effects on Israel-American relations. The "Samson Option" of the book's title refers to the nuclear …

35856. Searches and Seizures

Stanley Elkin

Searches and Seizures is a book written by Stanley Elkin.

35857. Black Legion of Callisto

Lin Carter

Black Legion of Callisto is a science fiction novel written by Lin Carter, the second in his Callisto series. It was first published in paperback by Dell Books in December 1972, and reprinted twice through January 1974. The first British edition was published by Orbit Books in …

35858. In the Green Star's Glow

Lin Carter

In the Green Star's Glow is the final novel in Lin Carter's Green Star Series.

35859. Dostoevsky: The Years of Ordeal, 1850-1859

Joseph Frank

Dostoevsky: The Years of Ordeal, 1850-1859 is a book by Joseph Frank.

35861. Divine Right's Trip

Gurney Norman

Divine Right's Trip is a 1972 novel by Gurney Norman.

35863. Selected Poems

John Crowe Ransom

Selected Poems is a book written by John Crowe Ransom.

35864. The Mystery of Agatha Christie

Gwen Robyns

The Mystery of Agatha Christie is a book written by Gwen Robyns.

35865. Beneath the City Streets

Peter Laurie

Beneath the City Streets: A Private Inquiry into the Nuclear Preoccupations of Government is a book by British author Peter Laurie. It details the existence and necessity of underground bunkers, food depots, and government safe havens throughout underground London.

35868. Battlefield

Peter Svenson

Battlefield is a book written by Peter Svenson.

35869. Easy in the Islands

Bob Shacochis

Easy in the Islands is a book written by Bob Shacochis.

35870. The Big Fellow

Frank O'Connor

The Big Fellow is a 1937 biography of the famed Irish leader, Michael Collins, by Frank O'Connor. The Big Fellow covers the period of Collins's life from the Easter Rising in 1916 to his death during the Irish Civil War in 1922. Unlike most conventional biographies of famous …

35872. Liberalism and the Limits of Justice

Michael J. Sandel

Liberalism and the Limits of Justice is a book by Michael Sandel, first published in 1982, with a second edition in 1998.

35873. Finders Keepers

William Lipkind

Finders Keepers is a book written by William Lipkind and illustrated by Nicholas Mordvinoff. Released by Harcourt, it was the recipient of the Caldecott Medal for illustration in 1952.

35874. A Grass Rope

William Mayne

A Grass Rope is a children's novel by William Mayne, first published by Oxford in 1957 with illustrations by Lynton Lamb. Mayne won the annual Carnegie Medal recognising the year's best children's book by a British subject. Set in the Yorkshire Dales, it is a simple story subtly …

35875. The Moon Jumpers

Janice May Udry

The Moon Jumpers is a book written by Janice May Udry and illustrated by Maurice Sendak.

35876. The Green Lantern: A Romance of Stalinist Russia

Jerome Charyn

The Green Lantern: A Romance of Stalinist Russia is a book by Jerome Charyn.

35877. The Village of Round and Square Houses

Ann Grifalconi

The Village of Round and Square Houses is a book by Ann Grifalconi.

35878. Dick Whittington and His Cat

Marcia Brown

Dick Whittington and His Cat is a book by Marcia Brown.

35879. Joseph

Julian Rathbone

Joseph is a book written by Julian Rathbone.

35880. Three Jovial Huntsmen

Susan Jeffers

Three Jovial Huntsmen is a book by Susan Jeffers.

35881. Faithful Are the Wounds

May Sarton

Faithful Are the Wounds is a book written by May Sarton.

35882. Breakout

Paul Fleischman

Breakout is a book written by Paul Fleischman.

35883. The Golden Name Day

Jennie D. Lindquist

The Golden Name Day is a book by Jennie D. Lindquist.

35884. Li Lun, Lad of Courage

Carolyn Treffinger

Li Lun, Lad of Courage is a children's novel by Carolyn Treffinger. Set in China, it tells the story of a boy who tries to survive and grow rice on a barren mountain after being banished from his village. The novel, illustrated by Kurt Wiese, was first published in 1947 and was …

35885. The Loner

Ester Wier

The Loner is a 1963 adolescent novel by author Ester Wier. The Loner was a recipient of the Newbery Honor award in 1964.

35886. Shadrach

Meindert DeJong

Shadrach by Meindert De Jong is a children's novel about a small boy and his pet rabbit. The novel, illustrated by Maurice Sendak, was first published in 1953 and was a Newbery Honor recipient in 1954.

35888. The Soul of the Robot

Barrington J. Bayley

The Soul of the Robot is the sixth science fiction novel by Barrington J. Bayley, featuring the character Jasperodus from his 1956 story "Fugitive". The book tells of Jasperodus, the only robot with a soul, as he attempts to prove that he is the equal of the humans around him.

35889. Double, Double

John Brunner

Double, Double is a science fiction novel by John Brunner, first published in the United States as an original paperback by Ballantine Books in 1969 and reprinted in 1979 as a Del Rey paperback. A hardcover edition was released in the British market in 1971 by Sidgwick & …

35890. Divorce Busting

Michele Weiner-Davis

Divorce Busting:A Step-By-Step Approach to Making Your Marriage Loving Again is a self-help book written by Michele Weiner-Davis. The book, which became a bestseller, was inspired after obtaining positive results in therapy with married couples. The book also challenged …

35893. Bicycle days

John Burnham Schwartz

Bicycle Days is the debut novel by American author John Burnham Schwartz published in 1989 on his 24th birthday. It began as an undergraduate thesis for Harvard's East Asian Studies department and became a critically acclaimed bestseller. It was inspired by his time living in …

35894. The Country Blues

Samuel Charters

The Country Blues is a seminal book by Samuel Charters, published in 1959 and generally acknowledged as the first scholarly book-length study of country blues music. An album of the same name was issued on Folkways Records as an accompaniment to provide examples of the artists …

35896. Regeneration through violence

Richard Slotkin

Regeneration through violence is a book written by Richard Slotkin.

35897. Night of Error

Desmond Bagley

Night of Error is a First-person narrative novel written by English author Desmond Bagley, and was first published in 1984. The manuscript was completed in 1962; however, Bagley desired to make revisions and never pursued publication. After his death in 1983, the work was …

35898. Naked Pueblo

Mark Poirier

Naked Pueblo is an acclaimed short story collection written by Mark Jude Poirier and first published by Crown in 1998. Poirier's debut collection, it includes the following stories, all set in and around Tucson, Arizona:- "Son of the Monkey Lady" The narrator tells of his …

35899. Selected Papers on Computer Science

Donald Knuth

Selected Papers on Computer Science is a book written by Donald Knuth.

35900. Prince Otto

Robert Louis Stevenson

Prince Otto: A Romance is a novel written by Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1885. The novel was largely written during 1883. Stevenson referred to Prince Otto as "my hardest effort", one of the chapters was rewritten eight times by Stevenson and once by his wife. The …

35902. The Wooden Spaceships

Bob Shaw

The Wooden Spaceships is a book published in 1988 that was written by Bob Shaw and edited by Victor Gollancz.

35903. Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz

Christian Rosencreutz

The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz was edited in 1616 in Strasbourg, and its anonymous authorship is attributed to Johann Valentin Andreae. The Chymical Wedding is often described as the third of the original manifestos of the mysterious "Fraternity of the Rose …

35904. Godzilla 2000

Marc Cerasini

Godzilla 2000 is a book published in 1997 that was written by Marc Cerasini.

35905. Mystery of the Samurai Sword

Franklin W. Dixon

Mystery of the Samurai Sword is the 60th title of the Hardy Boys series, written by Franklin W. Dixon. Grosset & Dunalp printed the book in 2005.

35906. The Pentagon Spy

Franklin W. Dixon

The Pentagon Spy is the 61st title of the Hardy Boys series., written by Franklin W. Dixon. Grosset & Dunlap published this book in 2005.

35907. Murderers' Row

Donald Hamilton

Murderers' Row is the title of a 1962 spy novel by Donald Hamilton. It was the fifth novel featuring his creation Matt Helm, a Second World War assassin recruited as a counter-agent by a secret American agency. This was the last Matt Helm novel to not use Hamilton's naming …

35908. The Infiltrators

Donald Hamilton

The Infiltrators was the twenty-first novel in the spy series Matt Helm by Donald Hamilton. It was first published in 1984.

35909. Dead Boys

Richard Calder

Dead Boys is the second novel by British science fiction author Richard Calder, and was first published in 1994. The novel is the second in Calders 'Dead' trilogy, and is preceded by the novel Dead Girls.

35911. Earthgrip

Harry Turtledove

Earthgrip is a collection of linked science fiction stories by Harry Turtledove, first published in hardcover by The Easton Press in 1991, and paperback by Ballantine Books in December of the same year. The cover of the paperback edition bears the subtitled "Tales from the …

35914. The Curse of Slagfid

Elizabeth H. Boyer

The Curse of Slagfid is a book published in 1989 that was written by Elizabeth Boyer.

35915. Presidential character

James D Barber

Presidential character is a book written by James David Barber.

35917. Autobiography of a Family Photo

Jacqueline Woodson

Autobiography of a Family Photo is a book written by Jacqueline Woodson.

35919. The Pitcher Shower

Donald Harington

The Pitcher Shower is a novel by Donald Harington set in the Arkansas part of the Ozarks in fictional towns near the fictional town of Stay More, the setting for Harington's other novels. The main character drives from town to town showing movies or "pitchers" on improvised …

35920. The Man from Earth

Gordon R. Dickson

The Man from Earth is a collection of science fiction stories by Gordon R. Dickson. It was first published by Tor Books in 1983. The stories originally appeared in the magazines Analog Science Fiction and Fact, If, Astounding, Galaxy Science Fiction and Space Stories.

35921. Robinson Crusoe

Daniel Defoe

Robinson Crusoe /ˌrɒbɪnsən ˈkruːsoʊ/ is a novel by Daniel Defoe, first published on 25 April 1719. The first edition credited the work's protagonist Robinson Crusoe as its author, leading many readers to believe he was a real person and the book a travelogue of true incidents. …

35923. Catch Me: Kill Me

William H. Hallahan

Catch Me: Kill Me is a book by William H. Hallahan.

35925. Engaging the Muslim World

Juan Ricardo Cole

Engaging the Muslim World is a 2009 non-fiction book about the relationship between the United States and the Arab and Muslim worlds written by University of Michigan historian Juan Cole. His goal in writing the book was to illustrate the true Muslim perspective towards the U.S. …

35926. Come Sing, Jimmy Jo

Katherine Paterson

Come Sing, Jimmy Jo is a 1985 children's novel written by U.S. novelist Katherine Paterson. The book focuses on a West Virginia boy named James Johnson, whose parents are bluegrass music performers. When it is discovered that James has previously unrecognized musical talent, his …

35928. Merchants of Grain

Dan Morgan

Merchants of Grain is a book written by Dan Morgan.

35929. Spark and Burn

Diana G. Gallagher

Spark and Burn is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

35930. Other Losses

James Bacque

Other Losses is a 1989 book by Canadian writer James Bacque, in which Bacque alleges that U.S. General Dwight Eisenhower intentionally caused the deaths by starvation or exposure of around a million German prisoners of war held in Western internment camps briefly after the …

35931. Promised Land: Thirteen Books That Changed America

Jay Parini

Promised Land: Thirteen Books That Changed America is a non-fiction work of literary criticism written by Jay Parini. A listing of 100 additional books is included at the very end of the book.

35932. Sing to the Dawn

Minfong Ho

Sing to the Dawn is a story by the American author Minfong Ho, which was originally published as a short story and was awarded first prize by the Council of Interracial Books for Children in New York in 1975. It was later extended to a full-length novel.

35933. Stray

A. N. Wilson

Stray is a novel by A. N. Wilson. It is a precursor to his picture book The Tabitha Stories, as it follows the life of Tabitha's father. The book was published in Great Britain in 1987, by Walker Books and was re-published in the United States by Orchard Books in 1989. Stray is …

35935. Eleanor: the years alone

Joseph P. Lash

Eleanor: the years alone is a book written by Joseph P. Lash.

35937. The Outpost

Mike Resnick

The Outpost is a science fiction novel by Mike Resnick first published as hardback by Tor Books in May 2001, followed by paperback edition in August 2002. It is a satirical anthology centered on a tavern called the Outpost on the planet Henry II at the edge of the galaxy, in the …

35939. Unhooking the Moon

Gregory Hughes

Unhooking the Moon is a book written by Gregory Hughes.

35940. Mind-Force Warrior

Peter David

Mind-Force Warrior is a book published in 1990 that was written by Peter David.

35942. The Science of Success: How Market Based Management …

Charles Koch

The Science of Success: How Market-Based Management Built the World's Largest Private Company is a book written by Charles Koch in which he delineates his philosophy of Market Based Management. Koch, the CEO of Koch Industries, Inc., wrote it in 2007. While many similarly-titled …

35943. Motivation and Personality

Abraham Maslow

Motivation and Personality is a book on psychology by Dr. Abraham Maslow, first published in 1954. Maslow's work deals with the subject of the nature of human fulfillment and the significance of personal relationships, implementing a conceptualization of self-actualization. …

35944. Dark Carnival

Ray Bradbury

Dark Carnival is a short story collection, the debut book of Ray Bradbury, first published October 1947 by Arkham House. It has had numerous reprints.

35945. Sunset Over Chocolate Mountains

Susan Elderkin

Sunset Over Chocolate Mountains is the critically acclaimed first novel by English author Susan Elderkin published by Fourth Estate, It won a Betty Trask Award in 2000., was shortlisted for the Orange Prize for fiction and has been published in nine countries She is currently …

35946. The Bishop's Mantle

Agnes Sligh Turnbull

The Bishop's Mantle is a novel by Agnes Sligh Turnbull about the grandson of an American Episcopal bishop in New York City in the early years of World War II.

35948. Looking for X

Deborah Ellis

Looking for X is a children's novel written for ages 9-12 by Deborah Ellis. This novel is about an eleven-year-old girl named Khyber that lives in a poorer area, Regent Park, in Toronto, Ontario. She lives there with her mother and her twin brothers who are both autistic. One …

35950. The Monkey's Raincoat

Robert Crais

The Monkey's Raincoat is a 1987 detective novel by Robert Crais. It is the first in a series of linked novels centering on the private investigator Elvis Cole and his partner Joe Pike. Cole is a tough, wisecracking ex-Ranger with an irresistible urge to do what is morally right. …

35951. The Hoopster

Alan Lawrence Sitomer

The Hoopster is a novel by American author Alan Lawrence Sitomer.

35953. Secret Servant: The Moneypenny Diaries

Samantha Weinberg

Secret Servant: The Moneypenny Diaries is the second in a trilogy of novels chronicling the life of Miss Moneypenny, M's personal secretary in Ian Fleming's James Bond series. The diaries are penned by Samantha Weinberg under the pseudonym Kate Westbrook, who is depicted as the …

35954. The Golden Gryphon Feather

Richard Purtill

The Golden Gryphon Feather is a book published in 1979 that was written by Richard Purtill.

35955. A Pattern of Roses

K. M. Peyton

A Pattern of Roses is a 1972 children's novel by British author K. M. Peyton, about a mystery and a ghost. It was issued in the US under the title So Once Was I in 1975, but subsequent editions have used the original title. The novel was made into a television film in 1983. The …

35956. Out of Sight

T. J. MacGregor

Out of Sight is a book written by T. J. MacGregor.

35958. Loss and Gain

John Henry Cardinal Newman

Loss and Gain is a philosophical novel by John Henry Newman published in 1848. It depicts the culture of Oxford University in the mid-Victorian era and the conversion of a young student to Roman Catholicism. The novel went through nine editions during Newman's lifetime, and …

35960. The Hidden City

Charles de Lint

The Hidden City is a book published in 1990 that was written by Charles de Lint.

35963. By the Light of the Green Star

Lin Carter

By the Light of the Green Star, published in 1974, is the third novel of Lin Carter's Green Star Series. In this installment, other races of Green Star planet humans are introduced.

35964. Hollywood Noir

Jeff Mariotte

Hollywood Noir is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Angel.

35965. Vertebrate Palaeontology

Michael Benton

Vertebrate Palaeontology is a basic textbook on vertebrate paleontology by Michael J. Benton, published by Blackwell's. It has so far appeared in four editions, published in 1990, 1997, 2005, and 2014. It is designed for paleontology graduate courses in biology and geology as …

35967. Metal Fatigue

Sean Williams

Metal Fatigue is a 1996 science fiction novel by Sean Williams. It is set in a world after nuclear war where the metropolis of Kennedy in the United States has become walled off in order to protect itself from the decline of the rest the country.

35969. The Abysmal Brute

Jack London

The Abysmal Brute is a novel by American writer Jack London, first published in book form in 1913. It is a short novel, and could be regarded as a novelette. It first appeared in September 1911 in Popular Magazine. In the story, a successful boxer, who was brought up in a log …

35970. The War Machine

David Drake

The War Machine is a science fiction novel by Roger MacBride Allen and David Drake.

35971. The Prince and the Pauper

Mark Twain

The Prince and the Pauper is a novel by American author Mark Twain. It was first published in 1881 in Canada, before its 1882 publication in the United States. The novel represents Twain's first attempt at historical fiction. Set in 1547, it tells the story of two young boys who …

35972. The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald

David Handler

The Man Who Would Be F. Scott Fitzgerald is a book written by David Handler.

35973. The Dragon's Carbuncle

Elizabeth H. Boyer

The Dragon's Carbuncle is a book published in 1990 that was written by Elizabeth Boyer.

35974. Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution

Woody Holton

Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution is a book written by Abner Linwood Holton, III .

35976. Follow the Saint

Leslie Charteris

Follow the Saint is a collection of three mystery novellas by Leslie Charteris, featuring the criminal and crimefighter Simon Templar, alias The Saint. The collection was first published in 1938. Follow the Saint marked a change in the publication order for the Saint books. Up …

35977. Bruja

Mel Odom

Bruja is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Angel.

35978. Sanctuary

Jeff Mariotte

Sanctuary is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Angel.

35979. Slag Like Me

Barry B. Longyear

Slag Like Me is a book published in 1994 that was written by Barry B. Longyear.

35980. Dead End in Norvelt

Jack Gantos

Dead End in Norvelt is an autobiographical novel by the American author Jack Gantos, published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2011. It features a boy named Jack Gantos and is based partly on the author's childhood in Norvelt, Pennsylvania. According to one reviewer, the "real …

35982. Ten Men

Alexandra Gray

Ten Men is a novel by Alexandra Gray that was first published in 2005. Episodic in character, it covers a period of 20 years in the life of the first person narrator, an attractive nameless Englishwoman in search of perfect happiness, a state she equates with life with a perfect …

35983. Lost Worlds

Clark Ashton Smith

Lost Worlds is a collection of fantasy, horror and science fiction short stories by author Clark Ashton Smith. It was released in 1944 and was the author's second book published by Arkham House. 2,043 copies were printed. The stories for this volume were selected by the author. …

35986. The Railway Children

E. Nesbit

The Railway Children is a children's book by Edith Nesbit, originally serialised in The London Magazine during 1905 and first published in book form in 1906. It has been adapted for the screen several times, of which the 1970 film version is the best known. The Oxford Dictionary …

35987. Time Bomb

Nigel Hinton

Time Bomb is a novel by British author Nigel Hinton which was first published in 2005. It is set in 1949 and tells the story of four boys who found an un exploded bomb where they played.

35988. Firehand

Andre Norton

Firehand is a book published in 1994 that was written by Andre Norton and Pauline M Griffin.

35989. Lettin' It All Hang Out

RuPaul

Lettin' It All Hang Out is the autobiography of drag performer RuPaul. The book was originally released in 1995 in hardback, and then in paperback a year later. Although the book is classed as an autobiography, it is self described as "Part auto-biography, part how-to manual". …

35990. The Diviners

Libba Bray

The Diviners is a 2012 young adult novel by Libba Bray. The book was published on September 18, 2012 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers and is set in New York City during the 1920s. The plot follows seventeen-year-old Evie O'Neill as she helps her uncle Will - curator of …

35991. Loose Ends

Greg Cox

Loose Ends is the first original novel based on the Roswell TV series.

35992. The Satanic Scriptures

Peter H. Gilmore

The Satanic Scriptures is a book by current High Priest of the Church of Satan, Peter H. Gilmore. Like The Satanic Bible before it, it is a collection of essays and observations. It also contains detailed writings on once non-public Satanic rituals. The hardback edition of the …

35993. Shogun: A Novel of Japan

James Clavell

Shōgun is a 1975 novel by James Clavell. It is the first novel of the author's Asian Saga. A major bestseller, by 1990 the book had sold 15 million copies worldwide. Beginning in feudal Japan some months before the critical Battle of Sekigahara in 1600, Shōgun gives an account …

35994. The Gathering Storm

Brandon Sanderson by Robert Jordan

The Gathering Storm is the 12th book of the fantasy series The Wheel of Time. It was incomplete when its author, Robert Jordan, died on September 16, 2007, from cardiac amyloidosis. His widow Harriet McDougal and publisher Tom Doherty chose Brandon Sanderson to continue the book …

35997. The Expats

Chris Pavone

A Reader’s Guide for The Expats, A Novel By Chris Pavone In order to provide reading groups with the most informed and thought-provoking questions possible, it is necessary to reveal important aspects of the plot of this novel. If you have not finished reading The Expats, we …

35998. Bared to You

S.J. Day

Bared to You is a 2012 New York Times bestselling erotic new adult romance novel by veteran writer Sylvia Day, focusing on the complicated relationship between two twentysomething protagonists with equally abusive pasts. The novel was initially self-published on April 3, 2012 by …

35999. The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History

Elizabeth Kolbert

A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERA NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD FINALISTOver the last half billion years there have been Five mass extinctions when the diversity of life on earth suddenly and dramatically contracted Scientists around the world are currently monitoring the sixth …

36000. The Racketeer

John Grisham

The Racketeer was one of Amazon's mystery/thriller Best Books of the Month picks for October. A Q&A with the author: Describe The Racketeer in one sentence. A federal judge is murdered, and our hero in prison knows who did it, and why. What's on your nightstand/bedside …



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