70 Books people lie about reading

1.       Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland – Lewis Carroll

2.       1984 – George Orwell

3.       The Lord Of The Rings trilogy – JRR Tolkien

4.       War And Peace – Leo Tolstoy

5.       Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy 

6.       The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle

7.       To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee

8.       David Copperfield – Charles Dickens

9.       Crime And Punishment – Fyodor Dostoyevsky

10.   Pride And Prejudice – Jane Austen 

11.   Bleak House – Charles Dickens

12.   Harry Potter (series) – JK Rowling

13.   Great Expectations – Charles Dickens

14.   The Diary Of Anne Frank – Anne Frank

15.   Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens 

16.   Fifty Shades trilogy – EL James

17.   And Then There Were None – Agatha Christie

18.   The Great Gatsby – F Scott Fitzgerald

19.             Catch 22 – Joseph Heller

20.   The Catcher In The Rye – JD Salinger

21.             Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

22.   Of Mice and Men- John Steinbeck

23.   The Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald

24.   The Scarlett Letter- Nathaniel Hawthorne

25.   The Lord of the Rings Series- J. R. R. Tolkien

26.   The Bible

27.   Little Women- Louisa May Alcott

28.   Odyssey- Homer

29.   Twilight- Stephanie Meyer

30.   Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

31.             Flowers in the Attic 0 V. C. Andrews

32.   Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte

33.   Interview with the Vampire – Anne Rice

34.   The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams

35.   Treasure Islant – Robert Louis Stevenson

36.   The Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens

37.   Wuthering Heights – Emily Bronte

38.   The Stand – Stephen King

39.   Gulliver’s Travels – Jonathan Swift

40.   Moby Dick – Herman Melville

41.             The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway

42.   Gone with the Wind – Margaret Mitchell

43.   Oliver Twist – Charles Dickens

44.   Through the Looking Glass – Lewis Carroll

45.   The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas

46.   The Little Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupery

47.   The Red Badge of Courage – Stephen Crane

48.   Brave new World – Aldous Huxley

49.   The Three Musketeers – Alexandre Dumas

50.   Catch- 22 – Joseph Heller

51.             The Time Machine – H. G. Wells

52.   Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea – Jules verne

53.   Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe

54.   Watership Down – Richard Adams

55.   The War of the Worlds – H. G. Wells

56.   The Silence of the Lambs – Thomas Harris

57.   Dune – Frank Herbert

58.   The Pearl – John Steinbeck

59.   The Journey to the Center of the Earth – Gerald Dockerman

60.   Around the World in 80 Days – Jules Verne

61.               Into the Wild – Jon Krackauer

62.   Hatchet = Gary Paulsen

63.   Les Miserables – Victor Hugo

64.   The Metamorphosis – Franz Kafka

65.   Don Quixote- Miguel de Cervantes

66.   The Joy Luck Club – Amy Tan

67.   The divine Comedy -Dante Aligheri

68.   Outlander – Diana Gabaldon

69.   Ulysses – James Joyce

70.   Any Stephen King novel

 I think everyone has not consciously lied about a book that they have read. It may be confused with the movie, someone telling you about the book, or just thinking that you read it in high school. Whatever the person (or even myself’s) reasoning is for it, some of these books are worth picking up and actually reading! Happy reading, Book nerds!

 

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