4 best-selling novels of all time 

Knowledge has been passed down from generation to generation for many thousands of years. Endless controversy surrounding the books continues to this day. Which is the best novel, which is the most popular, and so on. Correspondent news agency “Express News” will tell you about the best-selling works of all time.
1) The best-selling novel of all time is the work of Miguel de Cervantes “The Cunning Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha”. This is one of the most popular literary works of the whole world. Total sales of more than 600 million copies. This is a work about a wandering man, inspired by chivalry. Don Quixote is a symbol of the revival of chivalry. The novel itself was released at the height of the golden age of Spanish literature.
2) Next with a decent lag work goes “The Tale of Two Cities”, written by Charles Dickens . It has sold up to now about 210 million copies of this work worldwide. This novel tells about the opposition of social classes because of which the French Revolution took place. The work shows London and Paris during this revolution. It shows the cruelty of people and in general the ordinary life of people of that time.
3) The third place in our top is occupied by the fantastic novel “The Lord of the Rings” by John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Until now, many authors want to repeat or even surpass the success of Tolkien with modern fiction. The main part of the novel was written during the Second World War. This novel was a continuation of his other, also notorious, the novel “The Hobbit”. About 150 million copies sold.
4) Le Petit Prince is the novel of the French writer and aristocrat Antoine de Saint-Exupery . “Little Prince” is the name of the same name with the main character of the fairy tale. This little prince flew in from a small planet and collided with a strange world of adults, he immediately had questions and bewilderment. Sales amounted to 110 million copies.

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