First PublishedSalesGenre
A Tales of Two CitiesCharles DickensEnglish1859200MHistorical
The Little PrinceAntoine de Saint exuperyFrench1943200MChildren’s
Harry Potter and the philisopher’s
j.k. RowlingEnglish1997120MFantasy
And Then There Were NoneAgatha ChristieEnglish1939100MMystery
Dream of the Red ChamberCao XqeqinChinese1791100MFamily Saga
The HobbitJ.R.R tolkienEnglish1937100MFantasy
The Lion, the witch and the
C.S. LewisEnglish195085MFantasy
She a Story of AdentureH. RIDER HaggardEnglish188783MAdventure
Vardi Wala GundaVed Prakash SharmaHindi199280MDetective
The Da Vinci CodeDan BrownEnglish200380MMystery Thriller

A Tales of Two Cities

Charles Dickens’ 1859 book A Tale of Two Cities is set in London and Paris just before and during the French Revolution. The narrative of the French doctor Manette, who spent 18 years in the Bastille in Paris before being released to live in London with his daughter Lucie, whom he had never seen, is told in the book. The circumstances leading up to the French Revolution and the Reign of Terror are depicted in the narrative.

The Little Prince

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, a French nobleman, author, and military aviator, wrote and illustrated the novella The Little Prince. In April 1943, Reynal & Hitchcock published it for the first time in the United States in both English and French. Saint-Exupéry’s writings had been outlawed by the Vichy Regime, and it was only posthumously released in France after the country’s liberation. The plot is on a young prince who travels to several worlds, including Earth. Loneliness, companionship, love, and grief are among the topics it explores. The Little Prince contains remarks about life, adulthood, and human nature while having a children’s book format.

Harry Potter and the philisopher’s

British novelist J. K. Rowling wrote the fantasy book Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. It follows Harry Potter, a young wizard who learns of his magical history on his eleventh birthday when he receives a letter of admittance to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. This is the first book in the Harry Potter series and Rowling’s debut book. During his first year at the school, Harry meets several close friends and a few foes. With the aid of Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger, two of his friends, Harry defeats Lord Voldemort’s effort to make a comeback after killing Harry’s parents and nearly killing him when he was only 15 months old.

And Then There Were None

The mystery book And Then There Were None was written by English author Agatha Christie, who called it the hardest book she had ever written.Ten Little Niggers,[3] named after an important story point in an 1869 minstrel song, was originally published in the United Kingdom on November 6, 1939, by the Collins Crime Club.[4][5] The title And Then There Were None, which was derived from the song’s final five lyrics, was given to the US release in January 1940.[6] Although American Pocket Books paperbacks used the title Ten Little Indians between 1964 and 1986, subsequent American reprints and adaptations utilise that one. Up until 1985, UK versions kept using the old title.

Dream of the Red Chamber

During Cao Zhan’s lifetime, the manuscript of the work, later published in English as Dream of the Red Chamber (1929), initially surfaced in Beijing. The work was published in 1791, over 30 years after his passing, in its entirety, with 120 chapters written by Cheng Weiyuan and Gao E. The identity of the author of the book’s final 40 chapters is still unclear; they may have been prepared by an unidentified author, partially authored by Cao Zhan, and then found and finalised by Cheng and Gao.

The Hobbit

J. R. R. Tolkien is an English novelist best known for his children’s fantasy book The Hobbit, or There and Back Again. It was released in 1937 to a plethora of positive reviews, including nominations for the Carnegie Medal and the New York Herald Tribune’s award for outstanding young-adult literature. With over 100 million copies sold, the book is one of the all-time best-sellers and is regarded as a classic of children’s literature.

The Lion, the witch and the

Children’s fantasy book The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis was released by Geoffrey Bles in 1950. The earliest and most well-known of the seven books in The Chronicles of Narnia (1950–1956) is this one. It is also the one of the author’s novels that is most frequently found in libraries. The Chronicles of Narnia was originally volume one, but more recent versions that follow the chronology of the books order it as volume two. It was drawn by Pauline Baynes, who also did the other Chronicles, and many later copies still feature her art.

She a Story of Adenture

The English author H. Rider Haggard’s book She, subtitled A History of Adventure, was first published in book form in 1887 after being serialised in The Graphic magazine from October 1886 to January 1887. She was incredibly well-liked when it came out, and it has never been out of print.

Vardi Wala Gunda

Hindi novelist and screenwriter Ved Prakash Sharma was an Indian who lived from 10 June 1955 to 17 February 2017. He was raised in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, and graduated from NAS Degree College there. He began his professional writing career as a ghostwriter and went on to publish 176 novels, around 23 of which he ghostwrote. He was given credit for his debut book, Dahekte Shaher (1973). His most well-known works, Kalyug ki Ramayan and Vardi Wala Gunda, were detective novels. His detective stories included Vijay, Vikas, Raghunath, Alphanse, Vibha Jindal, Keshav Pandit, and Raina as the major protagonists.

The Da Vinci Code

Dan Brown published the suspenseful mystery book The Da Vinci Code in 2003. Robert Langdon appears in this, Brown’s second book to do so; the first being 2000’s Angels & Demons. The plot of The Da Vinci Code centres on symbologist Robert Langdon and cryptologist Sophie Neveu, who are drawn into a conflict between the Priory of Sion and Opus Dei over the possibility that Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene had a child together as a result of a murder at the Louvre Museum in Paris.

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