One thing's for sure: I know I'm not alone.Unsurprisingly, the most popular book of all time has an interesting history.
The bigger the tag appears, the more products it contains. After college I started working and never looked back. But it wasn't until my 30th birthday, when I sat on the couch with another piece of birthday cake and asked myself, "Um, what happened? I'm a secure modern woman in every sense of the word. As the summer approaches, I wanted to give you a list of books to choose from to fill up the boring days that will benefit your life and be more productive than scrolling through your feeds or binge watching shows on Netflix ;).(Just so you know, the first four books listed are affiliate links to (number of copies printed compared to other famous books) The Bible: 6 billion Quotations from Chairman Mao: 800 million The Qur’an: 800 million Xinhua Dictionary: 400 million Le Petit Prince: 200 million A Tale of Two Cities: 200 million The Lord of the Rings: 150 million The Book of Mormon: 120 million Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: 107 million And Then There Were None: 100 million The Hobbit: 100 million Dream of the Red Chamber: 100 million The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: 85 million The Da Vinci Code: 80 million Short and Long: Books with the largest word count: Mission Earth, L.