Books are powerful in nature. They tell us stories, take us on adventurous journeys, shares good and bad experiences with us.
There are millions of great books available to read. From Great Classics to All-time Best-Sellers, Mesmerizing Non-Fictions to Inspiring Biographies, the list is endless.
You know that you can’t read all these books, So how to choose the best from these?
We did it for you.
We have created a list about “101 Must-Read Books For Everyone in Their Lifetime”. This list includes classic novels, timeless bestsellers, non-fiction documentaries and evergreen biographies.
“101 Must-Read Books For Everyone in Their Life-Time”
1. The Great Gatsby: By F. Scott Fitzgerald.
2. To Kill a Mockingbird: By Harper Lee
3. 1984: By George Orwell
4. Catch-22: By Joseph Heller
5. I Capture The Castle: By Dodie Smith
6. The Road: By Cormac McCarthy
7. Anna Karenina: By Leo Tolstoy
8. In Cold Blood: By Truman Capote
9. One Hundred Years of Solitude: By Gabriel García Márquez.
10. The Tao of Pooh: By Benjamin Hoff
11. Love Is a Mix Tape: By Rob Sheffield
12. Wide Sargasso Sea: By Jean Rhys.
13. Jane Eyre: By Charlotte Bronte
14. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: By C.S.Lewis.
15. Where the Sidewalk Ends: By Shel Silverstein
16. Moby Dick: By Herman Melville
17. Godel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid: By Douglas R. Hofstadter
18. Persuasion: By Jane Austen.
19. The Woodlanders: By Thomas Hardy.
20. The Chrysalids: By John Wyndham
21. The Book Thief: By Markus Zusak.
22. The Call of the Wild: By Jack London
23. Brave New World: By Aldous Huxley
24. Crime and Punishment: By Fyodor Dostoevsky.
25. The Underground Railroad: By Colson Whitehead
26. The Lord of the Rings: By J. R. R. Tolkien.
27. Beloved: By Toni Morrison
28. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: By Mark Twain
29. All the Light We Cannot See: By Anthony Doerr
30. Great Expectations: By Charles Dickens
31. Fahrenheit 451: By Ray Bradbury
32. The Age of Innocence: By Edith Wharton
33. Love in the Time of Cholera: By Gabriel García Márquez
34. Things Fall Apart: By Chinua Achebe.
35. The Three Musketeers: By Alexandre Dumas
36. The Lovely Bones: By Alice Sebold.
37. The Little Prince: By Antoine de St.-Exupery
38. Midnight’s Children: By Salman Rushdie.
39. The Alchemist: By Paulo Coelho
40. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: By Betty Smith.
41. Brideshead Revisited: By Evelyn Waugh
42. The Story Of My Experiments With The Truth: By Mahatma Gandhi
43. Siddhartha: By Hermann Hesse
44. The Code of the Woosters: By P.G. Wodehouse
45. The Secret History: By Donna Tartt
46. The Guide: By R.K. Narayan
47. The Grapes of Wrath: By John Steinbeck
48. The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment’ By Eckhart Tolle
49. The Kite Runner: By Khaled Hosseini
50. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: By Douglas Adams
51. The Time Traveler’s Wife: By Audrey Niffenegger
52. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: By Ken Kesey
53. God of Small Things: By Arundhati Roy
54. Frankenstein: By Mary Shelley
55. Gone With the Wind: By Margaret Mitchell
56. Middlemarch: By George Eliot
57. The Handmaid’s Tale: By Margaret Atwood
58. Mountains Beyond Mountains: By Tracy Kidder
59. The Count of Monte Cristo: By Alexandre Dumas
60. The Color Purple: By Alice Walker
61. War and Peace: By Leo Tolstoy
62. The Outsiders: By S. E. Hinton
63. The Subtle Art Of Not Giving a Fu*k: By Mark Mansion
64. Gitanjali: By Rabindranath Tagore
65. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland: By Lewis Carroll
66. The Chronicles of Narnia: By C.S. Lewis
67. Animal Farm: By George Orwell
68. Into the Wild: By Jon Krakauer
69. The Catcher in the Rye: By JD Salinger
70. The Da Vinci Code: By Dan Brown
71. Palace of Illusions: By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
72. A Tale of Two Cities: By Charles Dickens
73. Their Eyes Were Watching God: By Zora Neale Hurston
74. On the Road: By Jack Kerouac
75. Emma: By Jane Austen
76. A Prayer for Owen Meany: By John Irving
77. The Left Hand of Darkness: By Ursula K. Le Guin
78. Heart of Darkness: By Joseph Conrad
79. Slaughterhouse-Five: By Kurt Vonnegut
80. The Remains of the Day: By Kazuo Ishiguro
81. The Art of War: By Sun-Tzu
82. When Breath Becomes Air: By Paul Kalanithi
83. A Clockwork Orange: By Anthony Burgess
84. A Town Like Alice: By Nevil Shute
85. The Five People You Meet in Heaven: By Mitch Albom
86. A Fine Balance: By Rohinton Mistry
87. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: By Roald Dahl
88. The Wasp Factory: By Iain Banks
89. Lolita: By Vladimir Nabokov
90. ‘A Brief History of Time’: By Stephen Hawking
91. Sapiens: By Yuval Noah Harari
92. Madame Bovary: By Gustave Flaubert
93. Possession: By A.S. Byatt
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95. The Hobbit or There and Back Again: By J.R.R. Tolkien
96. Life of Pi: By Yann Martel
97. Wuthering Heights: By Emily Brontë
98. Braving the Wilderness: By Brené Brown
99. Swallows and Amazons: By Arthur Ransome
100. The Bell Jar: By Sylvia Plath
101. A Suitable Boy: By Vikram Seth
We have tried hard to put a list of the best books to read. You will find all these must-read books a delightful treat of your life.
There are still thousands of books to read once in your lifetime, but as we can’t list out them all, so please tell us in comments about a book which should be the part of this list.