I just set up a display in the library featuring Best Selling Books from years gone by. Many have happy connotations from past reading experiences, while others are giving me a nudge to finally get around to reading that title. Then there are the reads that fade away as soon as you close the covers--enjoyable but not so memorable.
There seem to be quite a variety of versons of the all-time best sellers. There's a big difference between international and USA lists. Does a series rate as a set? How much impact does the renown of the author give to boost sales?
Here are some that definitely make the cut...
The Bible, Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, Gone with the Wind, and Shakespeare.
What's on your list?