World Top Famous Books and Their Authors Names

World Top Famous Books and Their Authors Names

World Top Famous Books and Their Authors Names – In this post the 150+ World Top Famous Books and Their Authors Names are given and most important for every examinations like SSC CGL, Army, UPSC and other Competitive examinations.

Back to Methuselah G.B. Shaw
Ben Hur Lewis Wallace
Bhutto-A Political Biography Salmaan Taseer
Beloved Toni Morrison
Beyond the Horizon Eugene O’Neill
The End of a Beautiful Era Joseph Brodsky
The Eye of the Storm Patrick White
The End of History and the Last Man Franis Fukuyana
Trials of Jesus John Masefield
The Pursuit of Love Nancy Milford
Crossing the Threshold of Hope Pope John Paul II
Cry, the Beloved Country Alan Patan
Culture in the Vanity Bag Nirad C. Chaudhury
Coverly Papers Josepy Addison
Dark Horse Tami Hoag
Das Capital Karl Marx
David Copperfield Charles Dickens
The Final Judgement Richard N. Patterson
The Flounder Gunter Grass
The Fire Next Time James Baldwin
The God Father Mario Puzo
The Hot Zone Richard Prelunid
The Idiot Feodor Dostoevsky
Crown of Wild Olive John Ruskin
Confessions J.J. Rousseau
Creation Gore Vidal
Count of Monte Cristo Alexander Dumas
Divine Comedy Dante
Death in Venice Thomas Mann
Death of a Patriot R.E. Harrington
Eclipse Stephenie Meyer
Essays of Elia Chales Lamb
From Here to Eternity James Jones
Farm House George Orwell
Family Reunion T.S. Eliot
Farewell to Arms Enest Hemingway
The Interpreters Wob Soyinka
The Lost World Michael Crichton
The Masters C.P. Snow
The Merchant of Venice William Shakespeare
The Third Wave Ajin Luoffler
The Total Zone Patric White
The Crucible Arthur Miller
Confidential Clerk T.S. Eliot
Caesar and Cleopatra G.B. Shaw
Candide G.B. Shaw
Candidate Voltaire
Care of the Soul Thomas Moore
Cherry Orchard Anton Chekov
Father and Sons Ivan Turgenev
First Circle Alexander Salzhenitsyn
For Whom the Bell Tolls Ernest Hemingway
The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle
Deserted Village Oliver Goldsmith
Descent of Man Charles Darwin
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Edward Gibbon
Diana Versus Charles James Whitaker
Black Holes and the Baby Universe Stephen Hawking
Blind Ambitions John Dean
The Battle Field 8 John O’Hara
By Love Possessed James Gould Cozzens
Breakthrough Gen. Moshe Dayan
Byzantium W.B. Yeats
Crime and Punishment Feodor Dostoyevsky
The Cancer Word Alexander Solzhenistayn
The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer
The Cardinal Henry Morton Robinson
Dust to Dust Tami Hoag
Eats, Shoots and Leaves Lynne Trurs
Ends and Means A. Huxley
Earth Emile Zola
Eminent Victorians Lytton Strachey
Emma Jane Austen
Envoy to Nehru Escott Reid
Essay for Poor to the Rich John Kenneth Galbraith
Expanding Universe Arthur Stanley Eddington
Erewhon Samuel Butler
Freedom at Midnight Lorry Collins and Dominique Lapierre
Fran Kenstein Mary Shelley
Giraffe J.M. Ledgard
Gandhi and Stalin Louis Fisher
Gatheing Storm Winston Churchill
Gone with the Wind Margaret Michell
Good Earth Pearl Buck
Good Times, Bad Times Harold Evans
Golden Bough James Frazer
Grammar of Politics Harold Joseph Laski
Great Expectations Charles Dickens
Great Tragedy Z.A. Bhutto
Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift
A Bend in the River V.S. Naipaul
Autobiography of an Unknown Indian Nirad C. Chaudhury
Asian Drama Gunnar Myrdal
Arabian Nights G.B. Shaw
Area of Darkness V.S. Naipal
A Brief History of Time Stephen Hawking
A Bend in the River V.S. Naipal
A China Passage John Kenneth Gaibrath
Alice in Wonderland Lewis Carrol
Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mark Twain
A Dangerous Place Daniel Patrick Moyanihan
A Passage to England Nirad C. Chaudhury
A Passage to India E.M. Forster
Human Factor Graham Greene
Hunchback of Notre Dame Victor Hugo
The Harry Potter and Deathly Hallows J.K. Rowling
House of Meetings Martin Amis
Ideas and Opimous Albert Einstein
If I am Assassinated Z.A. Bhutto
In Evil Hour Gabriel Garcia Marquez
In Memoriam Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Importance of Living Lin Yu Jang
The Castle Franz Kalka
The Class Erich Segal
The Clown Heinrich Boll
The Coup John Updike
Dilemna of Our Time Harold Joseph Laksi
Diplomacy Henry Kissinger
Disclosure Michel Crichton
Divine Comedy Alighieri Dante
Doctor Zhivago Boris Pasternak
Doctor’s Dilemma G.B. Shaw
Don Quixote Miguel de Cervantes
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Robers Louis Stevenson
Inside Asia John Gunther
Islamic Bomb Krousney
Intimacy Jean Paul Sartre
Invisible Man H.G. Wells
Isabella John Keats
The Age of Reason Jean Paul Sartre
Arms and the Man G.B. Shaw
As You Like It William Shakespare
A Thousand Splendid Syus Khalid Hosseini
A Study of History Arnold J. Toynbee
Business @ the Speed of Thought Bill Gates
Baby and Child Penelope Each
Beating the Street Peter Lynch
Goodbye, Mr.Chips James Hilton
Half a Life V.S. Naipaul
Islands in the Streams Ernest Hemingway
Ivanhoe Sir Walter Scott
In Search of Gandhi Richard Attenborough
Tales from Shakespeare Charles Lamb
The Secret Rhonda Byrne
Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens
A Talisman Sir Walter Scott
Tarzan of the Apes Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Tenth Insight James Redfield
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Affluent Society John Kenneth Galbraith
Hamlet William Shakespeare
Heritage Anthony West
Heroes and Hero Worship Thomas Carlyle
Hinduism Nirad C. Choudhary
House Divided Pearl S. Buck
The Agenda Bob Woodword
The Agony and the Ecstasy Elia Kazan
The Banayan Tree Hugh Tinker


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