If you’re looking for a good book for reading, but haven’t had the time, then look no further.

If you haven’t already, take a look at our list of the top five books that should be on your reading list.

Here’s why: 1.

The Martian by Neil deGrasse Tyson 2.

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald 3.

The Good Soldier by Mark Twain 4.

A Wrinkle in Time by Stephen King 5.

The Road by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett 6.

The Life and Times of Albert Einstein by Isaac Asimov 7.

The Grapes of Wrath by Kurt Vonnegut 8.

The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood 9.

Catch Me If You Can by Michael Chabon 10.

The Fault in Our Stars by Robert Heinlein 11.

The Day the Earth Stood Still by Tom Wolfe 12.

The Book Thief by J.D. Salinger 13.

The Corrections by Salman Rushdie 14.

The Fountainhead by Stephen Covey 15.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Jules Verne 16.

A Confederacy of Dunces by Mark Lutz 17.

The Odyssey by Homer 18.

The Golden Compass by A. H. White 19.

The Time Machine by James Joyce 20.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 21.

The Name of the Wind by C. S. Lewis 22.

The Catcher in the Rye by JB Straubel 23.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by JK Rowling 24.

The Wizard of Oz by Lewis Carroll 25.

The Princess Bride by Frank Sinatra 26.

The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan 27.

The Secret Life of Pets by James Cameron 28.

The Windup Girl by Julia Roberts 29.

A Tale of Two Cities by William Shakespeare 30.

Catch 22 by John le Carré 31.

The Godfather by Marlon Brando 32.

The Three Stooges by Peter Sellers 33.

The Da Vinci Code by Don Quixote 34.

The Emperor’s New Groove by The Beatles 35.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 36.

The Big Short by Paul Krugman 37.

A Series of Unfortunate Events by Noah Baumbach 38.

The Night Circus by Terry Gilliam 39.

The Devil’s Bargain by Daniel Handler 40.

The Color Purple by John Waters 41.

The Man Who Wasn’t There by Michael Crichton 42.

The Wicker Man by John Steinbeck 43.

The Thin Red Line by Anthony Burgess 44.

The Tree of Life by H. G. Wells 45.

The Woman in Black by Ursula K. Le Guin 46.

The Master by Joseph Heller 47.

The Lion King by George Lucas 48.

A History of Violence by Michael Lewis 49.

The Outsider by John Le Carré 50.

The Chronicles of Narnia by JRR Tolkien 51.

The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by William Goldman 52.

The Hobbit by JR Tolkien 53.

The Last Airbender by Anthony Hopkins 54.

The Tale of Genghis Khan by Anthony Joshua 55.

The Magnificent Ambersons by James Baldwin 56.

The Alchemist by Miguel de Cervantes 57.

The Dictator by José Saramago 58.

The Invisible Man by Joseph Conrad 59.

The Iron Lady by Joanna Russ 60.

The Cripples of History by John Updike 61.

The White Ribbon by Richard Attenborough 62.

The Brothers Karamazov by Oskar Kokoschka 63.

The King’s Speech by Winston Churchill 64.

The Song of Solomon by Isaiah Berlin 65.

The Little Prince by Fyodor Dostoyevsky 66.

The Old Man and the Sea by Herman Melville 67.

The Count of Monte Cristo by Jose Saramagos 68.

The Battle of Hogwarts by Robert Louis Stevenson 69.

The Art of War by George Orwell 70.

The Tao Te Ching by Hsuan Tsao 71.

The Red Badge of Courage by Ernest Hemingway 72.

The Heart of Darkness by Ernest Gellner 73.

The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Ayn Rand 74.

The Ladybird of the Baskervilles by Jo Walton 75.

The Screwtape Letters by Jim Butcher 76.

The Perfect Crime by Thomas Pynchon 77.

The Way of the Samurai by Robert Graves 78.

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre by Robert Redford 79.

The Mismatched Twins by Jane Austen 80.

The History of the Seven Deadly Sins by Aesop.

Fables 81.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Lewis Carrol 82.

The Autobiography of Emily Bronte 83.

The Rules of the Game by James B. Allen 84.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring by J R R Tolkien 85.

The Theory of Everything by Stephen Hawking 86.

The Idiot by Richard Dawkins 87.

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