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Best-selling books throughout history 4


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Best-selling books throughout history 4

In part 3 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.

31. "How the steel was tempered?" By Nikolai Ostrovsky

This book is a story by the author of the Soviet Union, in which the image of a young revolutionary fighter named Pavel Korchagin is portrayed in a living and artistic way.

"How the steel was tempered?" By Nikolai Ostrovsky

32. "War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy.

Tolstoy's epic masterpiece combines the life of the five aristocratic Russian families during the Napoleon wars and the French invasion of Russia. The luck of the families of Rostovs and Bolkonskys, Pierre, Natasha, and Andrei is closely linked to the history of this country, which runs parallel to their lives. In this work, which has never gone beyond its extraordinary imagination, nightlife and dance parties are alternated with advisory meetings on war and the actions of statesmen and generals and scenes of violent struggles with everyday human feelings.

It seems that the fantastic characters act as if they are connected with the destiny, and at the same time the novel unceasingly poses questions about the concepts of free will, fate, and futurism. However, Tolstoy's image of marital relationships and family life scenes is bitter and fierce as to the significant issues behind them.

"War and Peace" by Leo Tolstoy.

33. Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi

Geppetto' s new puppet can not only seduce, but also talks and misses, and wishes to be a real boy.

Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi

34. "you can heal your life" by Louise L. Hay

The main message of Louise in this powerful work is: "If you want to do mental work, almost everything will heal." He describes how limiting beliefs and thoughts often leads to illness and how you can change your thinking ... and improve your quality of life.

"you can heal your life" by Louise L. Hay

35. " Kane and Abel " by Jeffrey Archer

Two men, born in one year in the close to the end of the century and on different sides of the world, come together in fate and seek a dream. These two ambitious, powerful and ruthless men are caught in an unceasing struggle to build an empire that fights their despicable hatred. Kane and Abel, over 60 years old and over three generations, fight for war, marriage, wealth and disaster to achieve success and victory that only one of them can have.

Jeffrey Archer

 36. "The Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank

Anne Frank's memorable moments have become world-class classics and have been a strong reminder of the horrors of war and persuasive evidence to the human spirit. In 1942, with the occupation of the Netherlands by the Nazis, a 13-year-old Jewish girl and her family fled their home in Amsterdam, hiding behind them. They spent two years with a family in a "secret building" of an old office until their hideout was reported to the Gestapo.

Because of their connection to the outside world, hunger, fatigue, constant violence was living in a tight resort and a permanent threat of hide-and-seek discoveries and death. Anne Frank recorded in his memoirs a clear understanding of his experiences in this period. His thoughtful, shocking and fascinating biography reveals a false interpretation of human courage and weakness and a convincing portrait of a sensitive and vivacious young woman whose hope was sadly lost.

"The Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank

37. "In His Steps" by Charles M. Sheldon

A preacher from the congregation in the church wants to ask a simple question in their decisions for everyday life, "What if Christ were me?" This classic and short Christian novel talks about the events that followed This offer occurs.

"In His Steps" by Charles M. Sheldon

38. "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee

This unforgettable novel about childhood in a sleepy southern city and the crisis of conscience shook it, in its first edition in 1960, it was immediately promoted by the critics as well and became famous. He won the Pulitzer Prize in 1961 and later became a classic film that received several Oscars.

"To Kill a Mockingbird" brings benevolent, dramatic and profoundly influential novels to the roots of human behavior - innocence and adventure, kindness and brutality, love and hatred, humor and bitterness. Now, the local Alabama woman's story, with 18 million copies printed and translated into forty languages, is now global. Harper Lee always considered his book a simple love story while today it is one of the masterpieces of American literature.

 "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee

39. " Valley of the Dolls" by Jacqueline Susann

This novel is about it, Nelly and Jennifer. These three women are also best friends in their youth. Anne Welles sees New York as the romantic city of her dreams; Neely O'Hara, a talented, aggressive singer, and Jennifer North, a sweet savor of nature that she just wants to love. As life is complicated, every woman is increasingly dependent on "dolls", amphetamines and barbiturates that seem to help them. After a long time trying to reach the entertainment industry in New York until they realize that there is no longer a place to go except Valley of the Dolls.

" Valley of the Dolls" by Jacqueline Susann

40. "Gone with the wind" by Margaret Mitchell

"Gone with the wind" is a novel by Margaret Mitchell, first published in 1936. The story takes place in Clayton County, Georgia and Atlanta during the American Civil War and the reconstruction period. The novel shows the efforts of the Young Scarlett O'Hara, the daughter of a wealthy farmer, who must use every means to find a way out of poverty. This historical novel is a story about spiritual growth or puberty, titled Ernest Dowson's poem.

"Gone with the wind" became popular among American singers from the very beginning, and in its first year of publication, 1937, it became the best-selling book of the year. According to a survey by Harris Publishing in 2014, this novel is the second most popular American reader book right after the Gospel. Over 30 million copies of this famous book have been published worldwide.

"Gone with the wind" by Margaret Mitchell