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Best-selling books throughout history 3


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Best-selling books throughout history 3

In part 2 of Best-selling books, some books that are listed in best-sellers are covered with a brief description about each of them. In this article, we have listed several more books which are also the best and published many times all over the world.

21. “Watership Down” By Richards Adams

It's a shocking story about adventure, courage and survival in the English hills, which once had a dramatic rural landscape, and the narrator of the escape of a group of extraordinary creatures from the fall of human beings and the devastating destruction of their homes. They, under the leadership of two brave friends, travel through their natural refuge in Sonderborg to the mysterious promised land and a more complete society through the suffering and painful exams imposed on them by predators and enemies.

22. “The Hite Report: A national study of female sexuality” By Shere Hite

Ten years after the "Reports" rejected the myths about women's physical and gender characteristics, the “Women and Love” book provided extensive and effective evidence of deep-seated questions from women about their emotional relationships with men.

 23. “Charlotte’s Web” By E. B. White

This popular book by E. B. White, author of "Baby Farm Animal" and "The Strong Woman", is a classical work in the children's literature "about perfection". A humble and bright pig. These are the words that are heard in Charlotte’s web in Zuckerman’s storehouse. Spider Charlotte tells her that she wants a pig kid, Wilbur, who wants just one friend. They also love a girl named Fern, who saved her life at Wilbur's birth.

The White’s Book, which is received the Newbury medal, is a delicate story of friendship, love, life and death that future generations will enjoy. The book contains colorful illustrations by Garth Williams, the acclaimed painter of “Stuart Little”, written by White, and the "Little House on the Prairie" series by Laura Ingalls Wilder and many other books.

24. "Ginger Man" by J. P. Doleavy

Donleavy’s first novel, published in Paris for the first time and banned in the United States, is now a masterpiece and a modern classical masterpiece all over the world. "Ginger Man", which takes place in Ireland just after World War II, is an incredibly comic classic novel about the misfortunes of Sebastien Dangerfield, a young American unemployed student at Dublin College Trinity College.

25. "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" by Beatrix Potter

The Tale of Peter Rabbit warns the children of disobedient about the severe consequences of mistreatment. When the widowed mother rabbit forbids her four children from going into the garden of Mr. McGregor, Peter Roger, in essence, sees it as a blatant invitation to the creation of evil.

He gets into trouble very soon, and Mr. McGregor takes him. Peter's adventures are familiar to any child who has common interests with him. And in flapping, poppy and chopped, he sees the torment of his soul: a "good" sister or brother who always does the right thing. One eats bread, milk, and blackberry, while the sequel to stupidity and being stubborn is to eating drugs and sleeping soon.

26. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" by J. K. Rowling

Hogwarts is no longer safe for Harry, so he and his friends, Ron and Hermione, run away. Professor Dumbledore gives them clues about what they need to do to defeat the dark wizard, but it's up to them to understand what these meanings really mean. They are desperately looking for a response on their journey, and at the same time, they escape arrest and death in every change of course. At the same time, their friendship, courage, and their sense of correct and incorrect recognition are evaluated in ways that they never imagined. The final use of good and evil that ends the last chapter of this epic collection occurs where Harry's magic life began at Hogwarts. At the end of the story's satisfaction, we are witnessing the complexities of the last moment of shock, the incredible courage, the new and authoritative forms of magic, and the solution to many mysteries. Above all, this book is a strong statement of the message that the Harry Potter Collection has in its hearts: that choice is more important than destiny, and love will always triumph over death.

27." Jonathan Livingston Seagull "by Richard David Bach

This book is a story for those who follow their hearts and make their own rules ... Those who do well to do things right, even if only for themselves, are delightful ... Those who know this life There are more things to come: they will be with her when Jonathan flies taller and faster than they imagine. Jonathan Livingston is not a typical bird.

He believes flying, achieving the ultimate freedom of struggle and exploration, is the right of every seagull, and his greatest reward is to learn the pleasure of flying and the power of dreams to be younger seabirds.

28. " A Message to Garcia" by Elbert Hubbard

 "A message for Garcia" was an inspirational article by Elbert Hubbard before it was the basis for making two films. This is a famous book about a soldier who volunteers to do a daunting and challenging task without questioning and promising and doing so kindly.

 The book is often seen as an example of motivation in life and business so that readers can take positive steps towards successful life.

29. " Sophie’s World" by Jostein Gaardd

Sophie finds two questions in her inbox: "Who are you?" And "How did this world come about?" This is the beginning of his journey in the history of philosophy, with the advice of a mysterious coach. To find the truth, you have to understand the questions, but the truth is more strange than Sophie can imagine.

30. "Angels and Demons" by Dan Brown

When a famous symbolist of Harvard, Robert Langdon, is called to investigate a mysterious icon carved on the chest of a killed physicist at the Swiss Research Center, he finds an unimaginable truth: the resurgence of a secret and ancient fraternity called Sion ... One of the most potent underground organization that has ever been on the ground. Now the Sion have appeared to complete their legendary final revenge against their most hated enemy, the Catholic Church.

Langdon's greatest fears are being made at the Holy Assembly meeting this evening when the Sion are sending a bomb in the center of the Vatican.

Langdon, with the onset of a countdown, is moving to Rome to help the Vatican, the beautiful Italian mysterious scientist Vittoria Vetra, in his desperate attempt to survive. Langdon and Vetra, pursuing a crazy search among sealed cemeteries, dangerous tombs, abandoned churches and even the most mysterious caches of the earth, follow a 400-year-old course of ancient symbols that go across Rome to The Forgotten Layers of the Sion are drawn, here is a secret place that only offers hope for the salvation of the Vatican.