The book of books is a term that encompasses a wide variety of different genres of writing.
Some are books that are about specific subjects such as history, literature, literature or history, others are books about broader themes such as philosophy, philosophy or literature.
In a way, books are more than just words.
They are the result of a creative process and can be anything from short stories to books about life itself.
Here are some of the best books of all-time, from the bestsellers to the worst: 1.
The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger and Alice Munro.
This novel about a boy growing up in the Depression was a bestseller in 1933 and has sold more than a billion copies.
The novel was also the basis for a movie starring Robert Redford in 1953.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
The bestseller by F Scott Fitzgerald was one of the most successful of the novelists and, despite being banned in the United States, it has sold millions of copies worldwide.
The Sun Also Rises by Charles Dickens.
The most famous novel of all, this is the first of four volumes that the American author wrote about his love life, the rise of the Victorian age and the rise and fall of the British Empire.
The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien.
This is the most popular book in the English language, selling more than 100 million copies.
It is also one of only two novels in English history that has been adapted into film.
The Road to Wigan Pier by JK Rowling.
Rowling’s second novel to hit the New York Times bestseller list, this novel is about the rise, fall and fall and rebirth of a Welsh village after the war.
The Book of Henry by Henry James.
This classic by James is one of his best-selling novels, and the first in a series.
The Wizard of Oz by Lewis Carroll.
The classic fairy tale by Lewis is considered one of history’s greatest works of fiction and has become an iconic film franchise.
The Lord of the Rings by Jocko Willink.
This epic fantasy novel is one in a long line of classic stories and movies.
Moby Dick by Herman Melville.
This bestseller has been translated into several languages, including French, Spanish and English.
Mobey Dick by Frank Herbert.
This American classic is considered by many to be the first American novel and the source of many of the ideas that shape modern science fiction.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Jules Verne.
The first American science fiction novel and its sequel, Moby-Dick, have been translated, and its influence has influenced generations of writers.
The Jungle Book by Lewis Carrol.
The award-winning book by Lewis, known for his science fiction novels, has sold over 150 million copies worldwide, and is one for the ages.
The Da Vinci Code by Leonardo da Vinci.
The book that inspired a generation of writers and artists is now the best-seller in the world.
The Tao Te Ching by Tzu-Ling Zong.
The greatest Taoist master of all times is considered the greatest of Chinese authors.
A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin.
The series of books that Martin created is considered a classic and is the source for several of the novels in the series.
The Chronicles of Narnia by Lewis Petrie.
This popular children’s book about a group of magical rabbits and their adventures has been a classic for more than half a century.
The Wuthering Heights by George Orwell.
Orwell’s famous novel has been published in more than 120 languages and is considered to be a classic.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by JKR Rowling.
JKR is one the best known authors in the US and has won many awards for her writing, including the Booker Prize, and has been the subject of multiple Hollywood films.
The Princess Bride by Frank Sinatra.
This story of a married couple who run away from home and eventually marry is considered an iconic classic.
A Christmas Carol by Mark Twain.
The story of three brothers who go on a wild goose chase through the woods to save their town is one that has become one of America’s greatest holiday songs.
The Song of Solomon by Charles Bukowski.
Bukowski was a prolific author who won a Pulitzer Prize and the World Book Prize, as well as numerous other awards.
The Art of War by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
This Russian writer has been compared to Vladimir Lenin by many writers and historians.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.
The movie adaptation of this popular novel is the third highest-grossing movie of alltime and has inspired dozens of sequels.