Top Ten Best Books of All Time

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421 Mr. Men - Roger Hargreaves

Mr Tickle and Mr Happy would make better driinking buddies than Danerys whats-her-name.

422 A Dance with Dragons (A Song of Ice and Fire) - George R.R.Martin

A dance with a dragon? I'm guessing the dragon isn't called Spyro

423 On the Origin of Species: By Means of Natural Selection - Charles Darwin

What else is there to say?

424 The Recruit - Robert Muchamore
425 Nicholas Nickleby
426 Goldfinger - Ian Fleming
427 Street Child - Berlie Doherty

A story about living on the streets alone. With no mum or dad, and big sisters missing. This heart-warming life is a true story about a boy named Jim Jarvis.

428 Dr. No - Ian Fleming
429 Diamonds Are Forever - Ian Fleming
430 The Infernal City - Greg Keyes
431 The Playground: The Untold Story of a Cold War Assassin - Thomas Sanders
432 Casino Royale - Ian Fleming
433 A Dog's Purpose - W. Bruce Cameron
434 The Notebook - Nicholas Sparks
435 Filth - Irvine Welsh

For those who don't know filth is a slang term for police.

436 The Road - Cormac McCarthy

I can't believe I had to add this to the list

437 The Odyssey - Homer

It's the story of a soldier spending many years on a journey to reunite with his wife Penelope, Queen of Ithaca. If he doesn't find his way back to Ithaca soon, Penelope must marry another suitor. As Odysseus finds his way back to Ithaca, fighting the weather, the people, and the temptation, he races against time to stay with his wife, and meet his now adult son, Prince Telemachus of Ithaca.

438 Invisible Monsters - Chuck Palahniuk

This twisted joyride of a disaster will keep you guessing, while holding all the answers right beneath your nose. It tells you what you think is the whole story, when really, you had all wrong the whole time. It keeps you guessing until the truth spills out at the end and you're so shocked that your jaw literally drops. It's fun, entertaining, amusing, and like nothing you've ever read before. It's an absolute, hands down, can't-live-without kind of book that never has a dull moment.

I'm commenting on your post because I already commented on another book, but I totally agree! When you think about the story, it begins to make a hell lot of sense, and I love the book just for that. A beautiful story in my eyes, and I'm glad to have read it.

439 Between Shades of Gray

Really good but really sad

440 The Red Pyramid - Rick Riordan
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