Choosing the best books of all time is a very subjective challenge. Using the criteria of most sold, most translated, reputation and hearsay, the following books rate being posted to the all-time best reading list [ not in order of ranking ]:
Arguably the best fictional book ever written, Dan Brown’s opus has sold millions of copies, been translated into dozens of languages, made into a movie and been put on the pedestal it deserves to be on.
Why it is the best: very suspenseful, engaging and well written; captivating puzzles presented throughout have a modicum of believability. The ‘chases’ are very engaging. The book is spellbinding.
Outstanding writing, a great story, universal in its theme, the book is as engaging today as when it debuted.
Stuart Wood’s Chiefs is all one would expect in a detective story and much, much more. It has a crime needing solution but more than that it has social commentary about racism and bigotry messaged in an unobtrusive manner. The message is relentlessly underlined throughout the story but never detracts from the entertainment value of the tale. This is Woods’ opus for which he deserves much acclaim. Harper Lee has finally met her match.
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