List Of The World ' S Most Readable Books
Over the past half century, hundreds of thousands of books have been written, but only some have become the most popular in the world.
Here's a list of the top 10 books in the world over the past 50 years. Figures show the number of books printed and sold, but do not take into account the many redrafts of the same book.
10. Anna Frank's journal.
Anne Frank's journal is a British version of a book based on a journal written by Anne Frank-Jewish girl who has been hiding with her family for two years during the Nazi occupation in the Netherlands. The book is now considered a key text of the twentieth century.
9. "Good and rich," Napoleon Hill is 30 million copies.
Buy and rich is a motivational book written by Napoleon Hill, American writer. She's talking about personal growth and self-improvement as an inspired proposal that the writer received from a famous American billionaire Andrew Carnegie.
8. "Done by the wind, Margaret Mitchell, 33 million copies
The wind is the romantic drama of Margaret Mitchell, which occurs in the state of Georgia in the United States during the American civil war. The book is devoted to the life of Scarlett O’Hara, daughter of an Irish immigrant. The famous novel received the Pulitzer Prize, and there was a single film that won the Oscar Prize.
7. "Saga, Stephanie Meyer, 43 million copies
"Summerki" is the first book of unbelievably popular among young people in a series of books by Stephanie Meyer's American writer. History is about a young girl who fell in love with a vampire. The book series for which films were filmed has been translated into more than 38 languages worldwide.
6. Cod da Vinci, Dan Brown, 57 million copies
"Cod da Vinci" is an artistic novel written by the American author Dan Brown. History is about Dr. Robert Langdon's investigation into the murder that took place at the Louvre Museum in Paris. Roman is part of a study of the alternative history of religion and has raised interest in the legend in St. Gra ' ale and the role of Maria Magdalena in the history of Christianity. There was a movie with Tom Hanks on the novel.