“Think and Enrich”, Napoleon Hill (70 million copies)
Napoleon Hill has 13 principles in this book that can help to become a successful person. It was often officially called "How to become a millionaire". The writer was inspired by the American billionaire Andrew Carnegie.
“The Da Vinci Code”, Dan Brown (80 million copies)
In 2003 the author of the book, American Den Browne, received a lot of criticism. The book is written in a mystic-detective genre. It tells of the story of Dr. Robert Lohton and the strange murder in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The novel is part of an alternative history study of religion, which has been of interest to Mary Magdalen's role in Christianity and the holy ark. A film was made on the basis of the book.
“The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, Claw Stewls Lewis (85 million copies)
The first book of the Narnia Chronology (second by internal sequence), written by Claw Stewls Lewis. There are four children in the plot who find themselves in a place where they speak with beasts and magic, mythic characters.
“History of Adventures”, Henry Reeder (100 million copies)
This book has become popular not only with a large number of sales, but also by the readers' attention, because many well-known writers in their work cite ideas from the book. The plot features two friends traveling to unknown places in the East Africa where they meet mysterious tribes dominated by White Queen Aceh.
“Ten Little Blacks”, Agatha Christie (100 million copies)
The novel was also the most sold novel by Agatha Christie. Throughout the course, nearly 100 million copies were sold. The novel was published in 1939 in the UK, on November 6, and in January of 1940 - in the United States. Due to the influence of political views in the United States, the novel was published under the heading "And no one left" and all the "black" words were replaced with "Indian".
“Harry Potter and the Philosophical Stone”, Joan Rowling (107 million copies)
The novel tells how Harry learns that he is a witch, meets with his close friends and enemies of the "Hogwarts" magic school. He also meets with his friends, wicked villain Lord Waldemort, who killed his parents.
“The Little Prince”, Antoine de Saint-Exupery (140 million copies)
Published in 1943 it is considered the author's most famous work. The fairy tale was written in 1942 when he lived in New York. For the first time ever it was published in Reynal & Hitchcock, New York, on April 6, 1943, before his death. Originally published is the English translation of the novel, “The Little Prince”, and in French it was published in 1946 by Editions Gallimard.
“The Lord of the Rings”, Tolkien (150 million copies)
The English novelist Tolkien started writing the novel as a continuation of his book "Hobbit", which was written in the past, but then turned into a larger work.