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Best-selling books throughout history 5

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Best-selling books throughout history 5

In part 4 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.

41. " One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel García Márquez

Perhaps the most famous piece of the book by Marquez. "One hundred years of solitude" is the story of the rise and fall, the birth and death of the legendary Macondo city from the story of the Buendía family. Innovative, fun, engaging, tragic, live with unforgettable men and women with the truth and perception fluttering into the soul. "One hundred years of solitude" is the masterpiece of the legendary artist.

" One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel García Márquez

42. "Purpose Driven: What on Earth am I here for?" By Rick Warren

The "Purpose Driven," the bestselling book of the New York Times, will help you to understand why you are alive and discover the fantastic plan of God for both here and now and for eternal life. Rick Warren will guide you in a 40-day spiritual journey that will change your answer to the vital question of your life: why am I here? Knowing the purpose of God from your creation will reduce your anxiety, focusing your energy and making your decision easy, will make your life meaning and, most of all, prepare you for eternal life.

Cinema stars and political leaders are not the only ones who go to Rick Warren for spiritual guidance. Millions of professional players from the Basketball Association and Women's Golf Association to corporate executives meet up to high school students and prisoners in jail to discuss him with "Purpose Driven Life."

 "Purpose Driven: What on Earth am I here for?" By Rick Warren

43. "The Thorn Birds" by Colleen McCullough

The Thorn Birds, which are driven by the dreams and struggles of three generations, are an epic story of a family originated in Australia. The heart of the love story isMeggie” Cleary, who can never win the man who despises her, and Ralph de Bricassart, who goes from the local church to the spiritual circles of the Vatican ... But his love for Maggie follows him all day long.

"The Thorn Birds" by Colleen McCullough

44. "The Revolt of MAMIE STOVER" by William Bradford Huie

The story of the story is about what happens to Mamie Stover, a tall girl and a golden hair from Mississippi who wants to be wealthy and respected. He wins a beautiful match, goes out of Hollywood and goes to Honolulu, where he gets a great deal of wealth through the war and the American army. This book is a lively and angry novel that shows corruption and degeneration, which leads to the emergence of girls like Mamie Stover.

 "The Revolt of MAMIE STOVER" by William Bradford Huie 

45. "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" (The First Trimester of the Millennium) by Stieg Larsson

Mikael Blomkvist, a commercial journalist who once succeeded, is now seeing a decline in his career. His situation appears to be sad until an unexpected (and confusing) suggestion comes from the old Swedish giants who can revive his name. The knot of the work is that Blomkvist must first spend a year studying the mysterious disappearance of one of his relatives, who have remained unresolved for nearly four decades.

With several alternatives, he accepts the proposal, and Lisbeth Salander makes a troubling genius for research. It seems that Larsson's novel does not earn much money, but at least we become aware of one principle: that no one really wants to engage with a girl who has a dragon tattoo.

"The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" (The First Trimester of the Millennium) by Stieg Larsson

46. "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle

" The Very Hungry Caterpillar " by Eric Carle is a famous book for children and adults alike. The imaginative illustration and bright cutting details show the progress of a very hungry worm while reading its route in a week.

"The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle

47. "Late Great Planet Earth" by Hal Lindsey

The effect of the "Late Great Planet Earth" cannot be exaggerated. The New York Times called it "The Top Ten Book of the Year." The Hollywood Lindsey success for Christians and non-Christians in the 1970s was a wake-up call for coming events and emerging events, all of which led to the most fabulous event of the return of Jesus Christ. The years passed have confirmed Lindsey's insight into the biblical predictions about the times of our lives.

Whether a singer is a church-believer, who's never been close to a Christian institution, the Bible has a lot to say about the future of the earth. This book, among generations outside the control, shows a vast plan that is precisely the same as the map is about to unfold.

"Late Great Planet Earth" by Hal Lindsey

48. "Who Moved My Cheese?" By Dr. Spencer Johnson

This enlightening and entertaining story, by Spencer Johnson, one of the "one minute manager" writers, shows the vital importance of confronting unexpected change. "Who exchanged my cheese?" Is often provided to employees as a motivational tool from the managers, but the lessons this book gives can be for anyone, whether young or old, wealthy or poor, who seek Less pressure and more success in life and work, is beneficial.

"Who Moved My Cheese?" By Dr. Spencer Johnson

 49. "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame

This book, which is one of the most celebrated works of classics for children, narrates the story of Little Moly, Selfish Ratty, the Unique Permanent Badger and fractious Toad. Over a hundred years since the first publication of the book, they have become clichéish examples of menstruation, ignorance, and friendship. Their misdeeds in Caravan Gypsies, theft of sports cars and their adventures in Wildwood have long After enlarging his readers, they continue to conquer their imagination and warm their hearts. "The wind in the willows," first initially written by letters from Kenneth Grahame to his son, is an early story of witty humor.

"The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame

50. "1984" by George Orwell

1984 has come, but the predictive and nightmare imagination, such as George Orwell in 1984, is a world that is turning more than ever to "1984" expectations. It is still a modern classic of "negative utopia" - a gorgeous, glamorous novel that creates an imaginary world. Nobody can deny the mastery of the story over the imagination of all generations or the power of reminding it - a skill that appears to be increasing over time.

"1984" by George Orwell