Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Top 100 books

People seem to love lists so the chance to have a browse of another one will no doubt get the debate going. World Book Night has unveiled its list of the top 100 books gathered from asking people what are the ten books they love to read. The idea of course is to use the list to get a steer on what choices to include in World Book Night 2012. Having browsed the list the first observation is there seems to be a healthy mix of the classic and contemporary. have a look by clicking HERE.


Anonymous said...

great there are a few translations here ,all the best stu

@parridhlantern said...

It seems that my choices seem to have fallen outside those here, although there are a few authors that I've either read or are sitting on one of my piles.

www.estadisticasweb.biz said...

Well, I do not really imagine this is likely to work.