People seem to enjoy making up lists about the 100 best books and films.
The 100 Top Books of all Time - A worldwide list
of fiction books selected by 100 authors from 54 countries. By the Guardian, 2002
Top 100 Books in World Literature - By Norwegian Book Clubs with the Norwegian Nobel Institute.
Modern Library's 100 Best Novels - The best English
language fiction of the 20th century.
The 100 Best Novels Written in English - Selected by Robert McCrumb of The Guardian, August, 2015.
The 100 Novels That Everyone Should Read - From The Telegraph
Time's List of 100 Best Novels in the English Language from 1923 to the Present (2005)
The 100 Greatest British Novels - From BBC Culture. These novels were selected by 82 book critics from outside of the United Kingdom. Dec., 2015.
The Hundred Greatest American Novels - 1891 - 1991. This list is by Jeff O'Neil of Book Riot.
The New Classics: Books - The best 100 reads from
1983 to 2008. By Entertainment Weekly.
The Big Read - The 100 "most-loved' novels in the United Kingdom as compiled by the BBC. 2003
100 Novels That Make You Proud to be a Canadian - Selected by CBC.
From 0 to Well-Read in 100 Books - Suppose you have never read any literature and wanted to become "well-read". The author of this list, Jeff, has selected 100 books to achieve "well-read". You might want to argue with some of the selections. Maybe you and/or your book group might want to come up with a better list.
100 Best Books Written by Women - List by Feminista, prepared in 1998.
The 100 Best Selling Books of All Time - From The Guardian, August 2012.
1001 Books to Read Before You Die - This list is from the book of the same title. The list was developed by literary critics and edited by Peter Boxall
The 1000 Novels Everyone Must Read - Selected by the Guardian, Jan. 2009.
The 100 Best First Lines of Novels - Selected by the editors of the American Book Review.
The 100 Best Closing Lines from Books - Chosen by The Stylist.
The 50 Greatest Villians in Literature
- So it is not 100, but it still is interesting. And the most villainous is - well, you will have to read this article from the Telegraph. Genre Fiction
Mix of Fiction and Nonfiction
Books for Children and Teens
Films and TV
Best Books of the Year
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